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.
Ok I’ll stop talking about Fiori’s 30th anniversary. Only after I tell you the news!
There’s a brand spanking new Autumn/Winter brochure. It’s full to the brim with a great variety of performances on offer, all the way through to that big C winter celebration. I know it’s August (just) but yes, I’m talking Christmas.
It’s that time of year where the summer’s drawing to a close. But suspend your dismay, summer is still in full swing!
As you know, it’s Fiori’s 30th birthday. There have been some gorgeous summer performances to mark the occasion and the celebrations continue next month.
Fiori Musicali take a trip to yet another stunning location this Sunday 11th August to mark 30 years since their founding. And what a show you can expect!
Fiori Musicali play concertos from baroque greats Vivaldi, Handel and Bach – in the ancient church of St Mary Magdalene 28 July 2013.
To celebrate high summer, Fiori will delight you with a performance of music from the high baroque (a phrase to describe music from the latter years of the baroque period 1600-1750) in their annual summer concert in the beautiful estate church at Castle Ashby.
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!
Until Sunday 6th July The University of Northampton School of Arts is holding its annual showcase of graduate work in the areas of fashion, footwear, textiles, surface design and fashion marketing at the Northampton Museum and Gallery.
Now what does that have to do with Fiori Musicali you say? I’m glad you asked!
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.
Fiori Musicali have a residency with The National Trust at Canons Ashby and so we’re lucky enough to see them perform at the stunning Priory Church. Friday is one of those occasions!
Fiori players are joined by Soprano Judit Felszeghy for Halcyon Summer performance of works by Handel, Telemann and Corelli. It’s sure to be a gorgeous evening of beautiful music, with an optional garden picnic and Pimms at 6pm to make it that bit more of a treat.
Fiori Musicali have a residency at Canons Ashby which saw them perform at the National Trust several times last week. Every performance there is special but it was even more so this week as it was to celebrate the opening of the newly restored baroque gardens and to commemorate 300 years of baroque composer Corelli.