Jill Tomalin / Events / Sat 1st Sep 2012 Society of Strange and Ancient Instruments: Ministry of Angels
The Society of Strange and Ancient Instruments was founded in 2010 to explore a repertoire ranging from bawdy ballads to high art music. It's members are all leaders in the early music field. Their programme, "The Ministry of Angels" uses strange, ancient and ethereal instruments long associated with angels to present traditional tunes, dances, songs and carols in celebration of these heavenly beings. With Clara Sanabras on oud, baroque guitar and voice; Clare Salaman on hurdy gurdy, nyckelharpa, vielle, and hardanger fiddle; and Peter McCarthy on three and four string double basses, bass viol and percussion
Tickets for Totnes Early Music society members are free (see website for membership information).
Tickets for non members are £12, students and young people £5, available on the door only
Start time: 7.30pm
For more information visit http://www.totnesearlymusic.org.uk/
St Mary's Church