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Salisbury Baroque Spring Concert

Sunday 06 March 2016 at 18:00

Spring concert

In March, Salisbury’s own period instrument ensemble, Salisbury Baroque, is joined by Ben Davies (baritone) with colleagues Julie Cooper (soprano) and Nick Pritchard (tenor) from “The Sixteen”, and Salisbury Cathedral Lay Vicar Andrew Stewart (countertenor) in performances of Bach’s Cantata BWV 102 and Telemann’s “Die Tageszeiten” (Times of Day).

The orchestra will be led by Theresa Caudle who regularly leads the ensemble.

The ensemble will also be joined by Cheyl Richens and Anja Meier (flutes) who will be playing a concerto by Dall ‘Abaco.

The Spring Concert is to be held on Sunday 6th March at 6.00pm, Wilton Italianate Church, Wilton.

Tickets are available from: Music Room, 5 Catherine Street, Salisbury Wiltshire, SP1 2DF

Tel: (01722) 328181

Prices are £10/£12

The Saturday before the concert is the last day to purchase tickets at the concession price. Please note that Music Room is not open on Sundays.

If you’d like to buy tickets in advance in this way but cannot conveniently visit the “Music Room”, please send details of the tickets you require and a cheque made payable to “Salisbury Baroque Concert Society”, 3 St. Matthew’s Close, Salisbury SP1 3FJ. You can collect your tickets at the door.

Wilton Italianate Church