|Welcome To Leicester Early Music||
20th June 2013
Welcome to Leicester Early Music Festival|
This month's front page is Anne Vallayer-Coster's "Attributes of Music, 1770." This still life painting depicts a variety of French Baroque musical instruments, such as a natural horn, transverse flute,musette, violin, and lute.
We are now on face book - check us out!
Festival expands its horizons
After 21 successful years introducing Early Music to the Leicestershire public, we have decided to expand to an all-year event! Plans for this include concerts (both free and paid) throughout the year; talks (musical and non-musical); a Quarterly Newsletter with reviews, articles and concert diary of events in the area; all the regulars - workshops, talks, tastings and more.
We need your help
It costs money to send out our quarterly news-letter and there are ongoing costs to maintain things such as telephone, web-site and insurance etc.
We are asking you
to pay £7 per year to join us. For this you will receive: advance booking at a discounted price for many of our concert and workshop events; a quarterly newsletter.
Plans for the 2012-2013 season includeconcerts at the St. Margaret's and St. Mary de Castro Churches; mulled wine, mince pies & music in the Guildhall December 14th; wine tasting; Choral Workshop in May; one concert per year in a private house; Illustrated Talks: The Peter Crump Concert
Please email us and we will send you an application form
(you can use the "Contact us" link on this site.)