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!

2018

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  • Wed
    31
    Jan
    2018

    Blondel: Owre Kynge Went Forth

    18.30

    Wesley's Chapel
    49 City Rd, London EC1Y 1AU

    The thrilling story of Henry V and the battle of Agincourt, told in words and music

    Featuring 
    Emily Baines - Shawm, Recorders, Bagpipes
    Lizzie Gutteridge - Shawm, Recorder, Fiddles, Bagpipes
    Arngeir Hauksson - Gitterns, Percussion
    Belinda Paul - Shawm, Recorder Bagpipes
    and
    Anthony Taylor - Actor

    Tickets available on the door and by following the link here 
    £10 full 
    £8 student/OAP (concessions available online only)

    more info on our facebook event

  • Fri
    16
    Feb
    2018

    Blondel: Of All the Birds

    13.15

    St Mary-at-Hill
    Lovat Lane
    Eastcheap
    London
    EC3R 8EE

    Birds and the Natural World in Medieval and Renaissance Music. Featuring music by Senleches, Vaillant, Baldwin, Weelkes and others, with Emily Baines, Lizzie Gutteridge and Belinda Paul.

    The natural world, and birds in particular, provided a wealth of imagery and allegory for medieval and renaissance musicians. They were frequently enlisted to enact the dramas found in human life, at a safe remove, but also served to illustrate the harmony of nature. Imitation of birdsong was also used as a means for human musicians to display their virtuosity and this programme will depict both the harmonious balance of nature and the artistry of humans in imitating it. Featuring performances on recorders, shawms, bagpipes and more!

  • Tue
    13
    Mar
    2018

    Blondel: Of All the Birds (part of Barnes Music Festival)

    7.30

    Wetland Centre, Barnes

    Birds and the Natural World in Medieval and Renaissance Music. Featuring music by Senleches, Vaillant, Baldwin, Weelkes and others, with Emily Baines, Lizzie Gutteridge and Belinda Paul.

    The natural world, and birds in particular, provided a wealth of imagery and allegory for medieval and renaissance musicians. They were frequently enlisted to enact the dramas found in human life, at a safe remove, but also served to illustrate the harmony of nature. Imitation of birdsong was also used as a means for human musicians to display their virtuosity and this programme will depict both the harmonious balance of nature and the artistry of humans in imitating it. Featuring performances on recorders, shawms, bagpipes and more!