3rd June, 2022: Bishops Auckland Musical Society
13th July, 2022: City Music Foundation
The Great Hall, North Wing, St Bartholomew's Hospital at 1pm
22nd and 23rd July, 2022: King's Lynn Festival
Friday 22nd at 6.30pm: Duo Hesperi: "From Caledonia to the Capital": Tickets here from 3rd May
Saturday 23rd at 9.30pm: Ensemble Hesperi: "Music for a Musical Coalman": Tickets here from 3rd May
2nd August, 2022; 1pm: Wallace Collection, London
20th August, 2022: Six, Fitzroy Square, 7pm
With an guest artists Rowan Pierce (Soprano), Nathaniel Mander (Fortepiano), Miriam Kazcor (Baroque Flute) and Elias Sibley (Baroque Guitar) and a narrator, Hesperi presents our new project, "Then I play'd upon the Harpsichord: a Musical Evening with Queen Charlotte", generously supported by the Continuo Foundation, British Society of Eighteenth Century Studies, and Kings College London. To find out more about the project, head to our 'news' page.
Tickets will go on sale for the live performance on Friday 10th June; the performance will be filmed for subsequent streaming worldwide on the fantastic platform OnJam.
15th September, 2022: Rye Arts Festival
8th October, 2022: Music in New Radnor, 7.30pm
Programme: "Full of the Highland Humours"
15th October, 2022: Britten Pears Arts
"The School of Venice: Schütz 350" with the Aldeburgh Voices, directed by Dominic Ellis-Peckham
Venue and time tbc
19th October, 2022: Brighton Early Music Festival, St Martin's Church, 8pm
"Over the Sea to Skye": the REAL music of the popular drama Outlander, including songs of the 1745 Jacobite rebellion and 18th-century melodies from the Highlands. With guest artists Ruairi Bowen (tenor) and Elias Sibley (theorbo)
19th November, 2022: CatStrand, New Galloway
7.30pm; "Full of the Highland Humours"; with recorder/Early Music workshops during the day in the same venue.
20th November, 2022: Music in Aberfoyle
St Mary's Episcopal Church, Aberfoyle, 3pm
2nd December, 2022: Scunthorpe and North Lincolnshire Music Society
Outwood Academy Foxhills, 7.30pm
Programme to include pieces by Corelli and Handel, alongside lesser-known gems from eighteenth-century Scotland.
3rd December, 2022: Berkhamsted Music Society