Diary of Events

Below you can view details of confirmed performances or events featuring or directed by Emily. Please note, every effort is made to keep this up to date, but last minute changes/bookings do happen!

2014

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  • Thu
    02
    Jan
    2014

    Pre-Concert talk - Handel and Musical Clocks

    6.30pm

    Handel House Museum

    25 Brook Street
    Mayfair
    London W1K 4HB

    Pre-Concert talk before a harpsichord recital by Katrzyna Kowalik in which she will be performing music for musical clocks by a number of fascinating eighteenth-century composers

  • Wed
    29
    Jan
    2014

    Musicians of London Wall

    7pm

    St George's Church, Hanover Square

    Presented by the Friends of the London Handel Festival
    A concert of wonderful German baroque music, some well known, some not so well known - in the lovely St George's Hanover Square. Music by Telemann, Handel, Fux and Quantz

    Featuring 
    Emily Baines - Recorders
    Ivana Cetkovic - Violin
    Alexis Bennett - Viola
    Vladimir Waltham - Cello 
    Katie De La Matter - Harpsichord



    Tickets £10 on the door 
    Including wine and sandwiches (bargain!)

  • Sat
    01
    Feb
    2014

    Society of Recorder Players - Playing Session

    2.30pm - 5.30pm

    St George's Church, Tufnell Park 

    An afternoon of ensemble playing which I will be directing. Open to all recorder players, not just SRP members, but if you would like to join, or are interested in attending sessions please visit http://www.srp.org.uk for more details

  • Fri
    14
    Feb
    2014

    The Fellowshippe of Musickers - I Goe Before My Darling

    7.30

    Holywell Music Room

    Holywell Street,OX1 3BN

    A romantic stroll through the music of four centuries from the height of troubadour courtly love to the rough eroticism of the streets of sixteenth century London. With the Fellowshippe of Musickers and a huge array of historical instruments.

    Tickets: Full £12 (or 2 for £20), Student £8 (or 2 for £14)

  • Fri
    28
    Feb
    2014
    Sun
    02
    Mar
    2014

    The Lottery, by Henry Fielding

    17.45

    The Barn at Bury Court, Bentley, Farnham, Surrey GU10 5LZ

    The modern premiere of one of Henry Fielding's most entertaining and enduring ballad operas - one of the smash hits of 1732.  The Lottery has never been heard with its original music in modern times - until now.  Bury Court Opera is enormously proud to be working with Music Director Zak Ozmo with L'Avventura London on this innovative project.  It will be directed by outstanding young director Harry Fehr.
    For further details please go to the Bury Court Opera website:
    www.burycourtopera.org or email info@burycourtopera.org

    2 performances 

    28/2/14 - Doors open 5.15pm 
                   Performance 6.00pm

    2/3/14 - Doors open 5.00pm
                  Performance 5.45pm

  • Sat
    01
    Mar
    2014

    Society of Recorder Players - Playing Session

    2.30pm - 5.30pm

    St George's Church, Tufnell Park

    Friendly afternoon playing session which I will be directing. Open to all recorder players not just SRP members. If you would like details on other sessions or joining SRP please visit http://www.srp.org.uk/

  • Fri
    07
    Mar
    2014

    Suite Española

    7.30pm

    Holywell Music Room
    Holywell Street
    Oxford
    OX1 3BN

    Suite Española: The Fellowshippe of Musickers perform Spanish music from the 13th century Cantigas de Santa Maria to 17th century popular tunes & dances. All with that familiar strong, syncopated rhythmic drive.

    Tickets: Full £10 / Student £7. Available on the door

  • Thu
    27
    Mar
    2014

    The Musicians of London Wall - The Ghost In The Machine

    7.00pm

    Grosvenor Chapel

    24 South Audley St, London W1K 2PA

    Mechanical Instruments give us a unique insight into the repertoire and style of playing popular in eighteenth-century England. Instruments such as barrel organs and organ clocks survive which perform perfectly and provide us essentially with a 'recording' of how this music was heard at the time they were made. Often this can be a challenge to our received idea of how music should sound but it is hugely exciting to know that we are hearing something heard and approved by even Handel himself!

    This concert showcases music found in mechanical sources by G F Handel,  Arne, Shield and also popular folk songs and dances performed by the always exuberant and highly accomplished period performers of The Musicians of London Wall.

    Tickets - £15 available from  www.london-handel-festival.com/

  • Sat
    05
    Apr
    2014

    Society of Recorder Players - Playing Session AND CONCERT

    2.30pm - 5.30pm

    St George's Church, Tufnell Park

    Friendly afternoon playing session which I will be directing. Open to all recorder players not just SRP members. If you would like details on other sessions or joining SRP please visit http://www.srp.org.uk/

    This session will culminate in a short concert performed by SRP members and guests featuring the music which we will have worked on in my 3 sessions (Feb 1st, Mar 1st and Apr 5th)

  • Sun
    04
    May
    2014
    Mon
    05
    May
    2014

    Bank Holiday Event - Blondel

    All day

    Hedingham Castle

    Visit the Norman Castle, meet the Jester, dance round the maypole and watch the jousting knights. A great day out for the family

     

  • Sat
    10
    May
    2014

    Summer of Love Concert - The Fellowshippe of Musickers

    9pm

    Kulturbaren, Trollhättan, Sweden

    Spring and Summer have been associated with love and romance throughout human history. This programme celebrates the seasons, new growth and love in all it's myriad forms as we take a romantic stroll through the music of the 12th-16th centuries.

    more details at http://trollhattanstidigmusikdagar.se/

  • Thu
    22
    May
    2014

    Summer of Love - The Fellowshippe of Musickers

    7.00pm

    Saal der Burg,Trausnitz

    part of Landshuter Musiktage festival - for further information click here 

    Summer and Love and have been the inspiration behind thousands of poems and songs from the medieval period to the present day. This programme celebrates the passion of the spring and summer season in music from the 12th-16th centuries.  

  • Sat
    14
    Jun
    2014

    Evening Concert - Blondel

    8.00pm

    St John's Church, Spencer Hill, Wimbledon

    Evening concert of renaissance wind music by Blondel as part of the Music by the Commons Series

  • Wed
    18
    Jun
    2014

    Lunchtime Concert - Blondel

    1.10pm

    Holy Trinity Church, Long Melford
    Suffolk  CO10 9DT

    Free Entry

  • Fri
    20
    Jun
    2014
    Sat
    11
    Oct
    2014

    Julius Caesar

    2pm/7.30

    Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

    I'll be playing in the band for this production directed by Dominic Dromgool - tickets available via the Globe website 

    http://www.shakespearesglobe.com/

  • Tue
    22
    Jul
    2014

    Blondel - Kings Lynn Festival

    7.30

    All Saints Church, Church Lane, King's Lynn
    Norfolk, PE30 5AE

    Eternal Summer
    7.30pm • All Saints Church

    £10.50 (unreserved), Under 18s £5.50

    Programme includes:
    Dances from Susato's Danserey
    Chansons by Dufay & Morton
    Music from the court of Henry VIII
    Chansons from the Trent and Monetcasino Codices
    Music from the Cancionero de Palacio

  • Thu
    23
    Oct
    2014
    Sun
    07
    Dec
    2014

    Tis Pity She's A Whore

    7.30/2.30pm

    Sam Wanamaker Playhouse - Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

  • Thu
    18
    Dec
    2014

    Ce Jour De L'An (This Day of the Year

    13.00

    Sky Pavilion - Rothschild Bank Headquarters

    Lunchtime performance by the Fellowshippe of Musickers for Rothschild Music Society - public but please in advance to book