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Amores Pasados

  • Thursday 9 June 2016, 7.00PM to 9:30pm
  • NCEM Box Office 01904 658 338 £16 (Concessions £14, students £5)
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  • National Centre for Early Music, Walmgate, YO1 9TL (map)
  • Wheelchair accessible

Event details

National Centre for Early Music

The Amores Pasados quartet, led by the acclaimed tenor John Potter, presents new repertoires for voices, hardanger fiddle and lutes. Featuring texts by Shakespeare and his contemporaries, songs of lost love have been commissioned from John Paul Jones (Led Zeppelin), Tony Banks (Genesis), Sting and Gavin Bryars. These contemporary compositions contrast with songs by Campion and Dowland, and transcriptions of Peter Warlock, Roger Quilter and other composers of the ‘lost’ early 20th century English lute song school.

About the performers

The Amores Pasados Quartet are:

Anna Maria Friman: voice, hardanger fiddle

John Potter: voice

Ariel Abramovich and Jacob Heringman: lutes

Find out more about the National Centre for Early Music and the activities they organise at the NCEM website.

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