Italian Sacred Music from Renaissance to Baroque

Cambridge Renaissance Voices return to the Italianate church in Wilton for a feast of Italian Renaissance and Baroque music.   The programme features choral polyphony from Palestrina, Lotti’s searing Crucifixus, and works by Monteverdi, including extracts from the Vespers of 1610.  The centrepiece of this programme is a performance of Carissimi’s oratorio Jephte, with soprano Kate Semmens singing the part of Jephte’s daughter, and a continuo ensemble including lutenist Lynda Sayce on theorbo, and Joanna Levine of Fretwork on bass viol.

14 May 2022 - 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Wilton Parish Church

Ticket Prices:
£15 in advance or £17.50 on the door

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Katrina Fiske, New Valley News for in-person ticket sales
01722 346892


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