Leamington Music

Ex Cathedra

Directed by Jeffrey Skidmore
with Alexander Mason organ

Monteverdi: In Search of 1610

Following a number of performances in the area of the Vespers, Ex Cathedra explores how Monteverdi developed the brilliant fusion of musical styles in his famous 1610 collection. The Ex Cathedra singers bring this to light through intimate performances of Monteverdi’s sensuous madrigals, and the devotional settings adapted to be ‘made spiritual’. Two rarely heard works from the 1610 collection complete the programme.

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Tuesday 10 October at 7.30pm at St Mary’s Church, Warwick, CV34 4RA

Ex Cathedra Consort Ex Cathedra Consort - credit Paul Arthur

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Tickets £21.00 and £18.00 reserved central nave
£15.00 unreserved rear nave
£13.00 unreserved sides

Tickets for children and students £1.00
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