Our new CD
La La Hö Hö: 16th Century Viol Music for the Richest Man in the World
is out now!
To buy a copy, direct from us, please click here
It is published by the Inventa label of Resonus.
Lunchtime concert from the Barber Institute of Fine Arts
La Nouvelle Musique -Innovative music for viols from the court of Philip the Fair
To read the programme click here
Check out David’s blog post La Nouvelle Musique which will give you fascinating insight into the concert’s programme.
Consort music minus one – a project for these distracted times
We’re all missing viol consort playing but David has come up with an ingenious idea. Have a look at his ever-expanding catalogue here. For a small fee you can download scores, complete performance tracks and minus one tracks. For more information see below, visit David’s website or email him directly to order.
The 2020 Three Choirs Festival in Worcester has been postponed until July 2021.
We plan to present our programme with James Gilchrist this summer in Worcester.
Previous concerts and events
Wednesday 20th May 2020: 7.30pm – sadly this is postponed due to Covid-19
St Michael’s Church Discoed, nr Presteigne
La la hö hö: Songs for the richest man in Europe with James Gilchrist, tenor
Wednesday, 30th January: 11am
Sophie’s Barn, nr Banbury.
Sunday, 17th March 2019: 7.30pm
Hawkwood College residency: 28th January to 1st February 2019
Friday, 16th November 2018: 6pm
Sunday, 29th April 2018: 3pm
Old St Martin’s Church, Cornmarket, Worcester WR1 2PN
with MATTHEW POCHIN tenor
“Will niemand singen?” Will no one sing? Songs and consort music of the court of Maximilian I
Music from a hitherto unpublished manuscript in Vienna, newly edited by David Hatcher.
Thursday, 19th April: 7.30pm
St Michael’s Church, Discoed, Presteigne, LD8 2NW