The diary for 2012

The following SEMF events took place:

Saturday 28 January 2012

A Consort Day of Early Music for Voices and Instruments
Bridge Community Education Centre, Moulsecoomb, Brighton
Organised by Michael Land, Ursula Fuller and David Shaw,
Contact: David Shaw
Application form

Sunday 19 February 2012

The first Queen Elizabeth and England’s Golden Age
Renaissance Choral Day at Challock, featuring music of the Elizabethan Chapel Royal, directed by David Allinson
Organised by Richard Whitehouse
Application form

Tuesday 28 February 2012

Early Music Online : Digitising the British Library’s 16th-century anthologies of printed music
A talk and demostration of the new online database.
5.30 pm. The British Library, Euston Road, London
Organised by David Shaw
Application form

Saturday 14th April 2012

Muses, monsters and magpies
Music to celebrate a Medici wedding
Workshop for voices and instruments directed by Philip Thorby
Eastbourne Parish Church
In association with the Eastbourne Festival
Application form

Saturday 26 May 2012

Workshop for voices and instruments
Burgess Hill, West Sussex
Directed by Michael Sargeant
Organised by Stephen Penny
Application form

Saturday 23 June 2012

The Golden Age of Polish music.
Motets and mass settings (in Latin)
Workshop for voices & instruments directed by Graham O’Reilly
Clapham, near Worthing
Application form

Saturday 15 September 2012

Workshop for Renaissance loud wind
A day for players of cornetts, sackbuts, shawms, curtals, bagpipes and similar.
Directed by George Bartle and Nick Perry
Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul Headcorn
Organiser: David Shaw
Application form

Saturday 6 October 2012

The Other Praetorius
Workshop for voices and instruments
Bosham, West Sussex
Directed by David Hatcher
Organised by Pat Stewart
Application form

Saturday 3 November 2012

Consort Day of sixteenth-century Venetian music
for players and singers
Organised by Ursula Fuller
Application form

Saturday 17 November 2012

Andrea and Giovanni Gabrieli
Workshop for singers
Directed by Bryan Gipps
Challock Village Hall
Organised by Helen France
Application form