Trinity Laban Students Perform at World’s Largest Early Music FestivalTue 7 November 2017
The line-up for this year’s Royal Greenwich Early Music Festival and Exhibition features TL music students who specialise in Early Music and Historically Informed Performance.
Celebrating early music, the renowned Royal Greenwich Early Music Festival and Exhibition returns to Blackheath Village this November. The three-day live-music event includes an array of platform recitals, daytime and evening concerts, and an exhibition of early musical instruments, shops, societies, industry representatives, and forums.
This year’s musical programme includes performances from Trinity Laban students who specialise in Early Music. Soprano Alysha Paterson and harpist Letizia Eriano, winners of the Trinity Laban Historically Informed Performance Competition in May 2017, will perform a lunchtime concert this Thursday, 9th November.
Alysha comments –
“It’s a real privilege to be part of the festival. We are delighted to be performing together with an Italian and English programme, and sharing music we are both passionate about.”
Also taking part are young musicians from Junior Trinity who will perform a variety of chamber music from early to late Baroque on the final day of the festival.
TL HIP Competition Winners Recital | All Saints’ Church | THU 9 NOV 13h05
Junior Trinity | All Saints’ Church | SAT 11 NOV 13h05
For tickets and for more information, see the festival website.
Image credit: James Keates, JK-Photography