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Caro SaintVire exhibits at Festival Launch

Nov 24, Hastings Early Music Festival, Opus Theatre Hastings Early Music Festival welcomes artist Caro SaintVire to exhibit at Opus Theatre on Nov 24 for the opening concert of the Festival. Caro has selected works to reflect the music being performed by the Rautio Piano Trio in the evening’s concert – Haydn, Mozart & Beethoven. Caro: “When I’m painting in the studio, music is always incredibly important to me. It plays loudly, surrounding me with a layer of vibration, drowning out the outside world, allowing me to get to that place of connection with some inner flow… the expression...

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Hemf Baroque Ensemble Revealed

Hastings Early Music Festival is delighted to welcome these internationally acclaimed musicians who will form the first Hemf Baroque ensemble. They perform with the UK’s leading orchestras and ensembles such Academy of Ancient Music and Orchestra  of the Age of Enlightenment, along with a diverse range of chamber music ensembles. Neil Mclaren, flute Jane Gordon, violin/director Beatrice Scaldini, Dominika Feher, violins Emma Alter, viola Jonathan Rees, cello Jan Zahourek, bass Satoko Doi-Luck, harpsichord Steve Gordon, Lute Full programme details for Saturday Nov 25th, Opus Theatre Rising star Soprano Charlotte Beament & Hemf Baroque Ensemble Purcell, Prelude, Act V Fairy...

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Welcome to the Festival

Welcome to Hastings Early Music Festival 2017  Sound Of Times traces classical music back through time, from Beethoven to Bach and beyond into Medieval times. Launching at Hastings’ new concert hall, Opus Theatre, the concerts feature internationally acclaimed musicians, many with an East Sussex connection and from Glyndebourne’s Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. The Festival’s aim is to venture beyond traditional classical music boundaries, bridging the gap between audiences and performers. One of the ways we will do this is by simply talking more and inviting audiences into the players’ creative world. Open rehearsals and pre-concert events ‘artists...

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