Sinfonye

Sacred and Profane Love in

13th-century France


Friday 11 November, 7.30 pm


St George’s Church

Westbourne Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 3DQ

Sinfonye is one of the UK’s most accomplished and exciting medieval music ensembles, whose Hyperion-label discs have received many prizes and whose work is regarded as seminal in its influence of a new generation of performers. For BEMF 2011 Sinfonye presents a new programme, in collaboration with the University of Birmingham’s Director of CEMPR, Mary O’Neill, of exquisite music from 13th-century France, including some of the earliest pieces of composed vernacular music in three- and four parts, marking the birth of a tradition of ‘European harmony’. Sinfonye’s founder and director, Stevie Wishart is also a composer of international standing, one of whose most recent innovative compositions was a 2011 Prom commission. In support of The Children’s Liver Fund.


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