Just a quick note to let you know some good news. You can see Fiori for free! When the Fiori Choir sings traditional Sunday Evensong during the Summer months.
I teased you last month with mention of Fiori Musicali’s singing trip to the stunning Lake Como. So now you get to see what a great time was had by the choir because it turns out that it has some budding photographers.
Fiori have a brilliant weekend lined up so I thought it only polite to let you know what’s on.
Fiori’s friends at the National Trust are hosting their live rehearsal on Saturday afternoon at the stunning Canon’s Ashby. It’s an open rehearsal which means that anyone can drop in and listen for free!
There are 2 exciting Fiori concerts over the next week to entertain you! First off is Fiori’s traditional choral concert at St Peter’s Church, Wolfhampcote this Sunday 29 June. This venue is Fiori’s version of Glastonbury; a remarkable occasion when both audience and Fiori Choir make for this isolated church in the middle of nowhere (so be prepared for a mini adventure to seek it out) to enjoy glorious renaissance choral music.
Handel is one of the giants of the baroque. But I don’t know much about him. Now, we can’t be having that can we especially around Christmas when his famous work Messiah is prominent? So I asked Penelope Rapson, Director of Fiori Musicali, what she knows about the composer. It might be easier to ask what she doesn’t know but here’s what she told me.
It’s not often that you hear of a classical music concert likened to the mudfest that is Glastonbury but that’s just what you can expect from Fiori Musicali’s midsummer concert at Wolfhampcote. Obviously just without the mud and rain!