Distinguished baroque violinist Monica Huggett on a rare visit to the UK plays masterworks by Bach and Biber in one of Northamptonshire’s most historic churches.
Monteverdi – Magnificat à 6
Biber – Passacaglia
Bach – Jesu meine Freude
Bach – Sonata for unaccompanied violin in G minor
Monica Huggett baroque violin, Fiori Musicali Choir, Penelope Rapson director
Optional dinner at the Falcon Inn after the concert +£30
Tickets £20 (main area), £15 (restricted view)
20% off for children, students, unemployed, and blue badge holders
The church at Fotheringhay dominates the landscape, floating 'on its hill above the river Nene, a galleon of Perpendicular on a sea of corn' (Simon Jenkins). Fotheringhay exudes history: Richard III was born here 550 years ago, Mary Queen of Scots lost her head at Fotheringhay just over a century later, and Elizabeth I made an important visitation in 1566.
Fiori Musicali are one of the UK’s principal providers of baroque and classical music outside London.
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