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Josquin to Jones; Schubert to Sting - 17:30

Wednesday 09 June 2021 17:30 - 18:30

Event No: 16

Uplifting lute songs

Venue: St. Andrew's Church, Grinton

Tickets are not due to go on sale until 08/03/2021.

Josquin to Jones; Schubert to Sting

* Please note, this concert was initially advertised as starting at 19:30 but now has a new start time of 17:30 *

Clare Wilkinson - mezzo-soprano 
John Potter - tenor 
Susanna Pell - viol 
Jacob Heringman - lute   

In the beautiful setting of Grinton Church, an all-star quartet celebrates the Renaissance through a cornucopia of composers including Josquin, Dowland and Schubert, with special contributions from two modern day megastars in the form of a new Swaledale Festival commission by Led Zeppelin’s John Paul Jones and the world premiere of The Watchers at the Gate by Sting. 

Adult £16, Under 25 £3

Generously supported by Nigel Press

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