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lovely music, with style and spirit!

Musical Director Steven Devine

A much loved part of the early music scene since 1983, Linden Baroque works with well known early music specialists to bring audiences highly enjoyable and memorable concerts.
A wonderful concert - superb ensemble, excellent singers. (MB, email)
Beautiful - beats Venice! (SP, London SE13)
Gorgeous and delicate, excellent musicans. So impressed (NY email)
Wonderful, beautiful, sublime (MC, London)
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Linden promotes its own concerts in and around London and is available for festivals or choirs looking for an original instrument 'historically informed' band to add style and zest to their performances of baroque music.

NEXT CONCERT:
The Madness of Love
May 13th, 6.30pm
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St Stephen's Hampstead NW3 2PP
Director Theresa Caudle
Soprano
Philippa Hyde
Delightful music from the London stage of the late 1600s and early 1700s after the theatres reopened following the accession of King Charles ll. Linden, under the direction of the wonderful Theresa Caudle, will play instrumental music and the acclaimed soprano Philippa Hyde will join them in songs from works by Purcell (the Fairy Queen and Abdelazar), John Eccles (The Tempest, Don Quixote, The Mad Lover and The Judgement of Paris) and John Weldon (also The Judgement of Paris - a competition piece of the period with a libretto by William Congreve)
tickets £12, £10 concessions students and under 16 free (and on the door). Drinks served.
Early bookers are guaranteed seats in the best central front section (un-numbered)
5min walk from Hampstead Heath Overground and Belsize Park Northern Line. Buses 286, 168, 24, 46, C11

Concert for Gloria e Marco
Wed June 13th, 7pm
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All Saints Fulham SW6 3LA
With Vox Cordis Choir
Soloists Kate Ashby & Eleanor Minney
conductor
Oliver John Ruthven
Reception following at neighbouring Fulham Palace

Music from Italy and England to mark the launch of the Gloria e Marco Award celebrating the lives of two young architects from Italy who perished in the Grenfell Tower tragedy.
Monteverdi Beatus Vir, Vivaldi Gloria, Purcell Dido's Lament, Chacony, Pavan for 3 violins, Hear My Prayer
Pasted Graphic £20, concessions £10 or including reception £45 and £25

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