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Saturday, 04 July 2015
7.30pm

Bach & Handel at the East Neuk Festival
Cambo Barn

Dunedin Consort appears for the first time at the East Neuk Festival! The concert celebrates the great outdoors. Few may think they know Bach’s ‘Hunt’ Cantata but they will certainly know its most popular aria – Sheep May Safely Graze. Bach wrote this lovely piece for a birthday celebration in a hunting lodge, hence the title. Handel’s Water Music is the quintessence of festive: every movement dances with infectious brilliance. This evening, the soloists of Dunedin Consort

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+44 (0) 131 473 2000
£25 / £18 / £5 for under 18s
Friday, 10 July 2015
7.30pm

Bach at King's College, Cambridge
King's College - Cambrige

Alumnus John Butt is a world authority on Bach and his handpicked ensemble is renowned for its powerful and exciting interpretations. The programme contains 2 of Bach's most cherised instrumental compositions alongside 3 cantatas composed in 1715, exactly 300 years ago. “Butt’s impeccably prepared Bach tastes more like a warming bowl of chocolate” (The Arts Desk 2013). Curated by John Butt

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01223 769340
£40, £30, £22, £15 (£5 students, unsighted)
Friday, 31 July 2015
8pm

Handel - Il Trionfo del Tempo e del Dissinganno
Concertgebouw, Concertzaal, Bruge

We are delighted to open the prestigious MA Festival in Bruge this year with one of Handel's finest works from his Italian period. ll Trionfo del Tempo e del Disinganno (1707) gives voice to an allegorical duel between vanity and transience. This first oratorio by Handel contains some of his most beautiful arias, such as the legendary "Lascia la spina”. Baroque specialist John Butt and his Dunedin Consort prove live why their Handel recordings are invariably honoured.

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+32(0)70 22 33 02
EUR41, 33, 25, 17
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