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Tuesday, 15 December 2009
Art Workers' Guild, 6 Queen's Square, London WC1N 3AT | map
Presented by Kate Brown with Zak Ozmo and Suzanne Walker
Kate Brown's productions cover ten centuries of music-drama, from Hildegard of Bingen (and earlier) to Jonathan Dove. She has directed Handel in Halle and Goettingen, and Purcell in Glasgow, and has been interested in the problems of period performance practice for many years.
Dr Zak Ozmo began as a classical guitarist, but then specialized in early plucked instruments and the history of performance practice. He has performed across Europe, North America and Asia on the archlute, theorbo, Renaissance lute, and baroque guitar, and appears with various early music groups and orchestras, as well as in fully staged baroque opera, semi-operas, and oratorios. He is a guest lecturer at the Royal College of Music.
This presentation will be followed by mulled wine and mince pies.
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