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Tickets will be available for our 2024-5 Season from 21 March 2024. Please join our mailing list (scroll to the bottom of this page) for updates.

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MONTEVERDI & LANIER AT THE QUEEN'S HOUSE

SAT  16  MARCH 2024,  7.30 PM

Queen's House, Greenwich SOLD OUT

Musica Antica bring Nicholas Lanier's powerful Complaint, one of the first recitative cantatas written in the English language, back to a space he performed in for King Charles I almost 400 years ago, alongside music by the Italian composers who inspired him.

PAST CONCERTS THIS  SEASON

LA COMMEDIANTE

SAT  17  JUNE,  7.30  PM 

Holy Trinity Church, Rotherhithe

Our Season begins with two early seventeenth-century comedies: Banchieri's Barca di Venezia per Padova (The Barge from Venice to Padua) and extracts from Stefano Landi's La Morte d'Orfeo (The Death of Orpheus).

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I RITRATTI

SUN  16  JULY,  6.30  PM 

St Mary, Letheringham, Suffolk

Musica Antica present a programme of arias and cantatas by two of the most prolific female composers of the 17th Century: Barbara Strozzi and Antonia Bembo, alongside music by their teacher Francesco Cavalli, and violin sonatas by the renowned convent composer Isabella Leonarda.

HANDEL:
AMINTA E FILLIDE

SAT  30 SEPTEMBER,  7.30  PM 

Holy Trinity Church, Rotherhithe

A new staging of Handel's cantata Aminta e Fillide, devised by our Mezzo Camilla Seale for the Royal Northern College of Music. 

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I  R I T R A T T I

WED  18  OCTOBER,  7.30  PM 

Broadcast from the candlelit
Drama Studio Theatre, Sheffield,
with in-house tickets available

Musica Antica present a programme of arias and cantatas by two of the most prolific female composers of the 17th Century: Barbara Strozzi and Antonia Bembo, alongside music by their teacher Francesco Cavalli, and violin sonatas by the renowned convent composer Isabella Leonarda.

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Marc-Antoine Charpentier's beautiful Italian Cantata 'Love Conquers All' alongside extracts from the stage works of Jean-Baptiste Lully and Jean-Philippe Rameau. 

SAT  28  OCTOBER,  7.30 PM 

Holy Trinity Church, Rotherhithe

AMOR VINCE OGNI COSA

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ITALIAN FIRE

SAT  20  JANUARY  2024,  7.30 PM 

Holy Trinity Church, Rotherhithe

Mezzo soprano Camilla Seale and Countertenor Tristram Cooke perform some of the most awe-inspiring arias of the late 17th and early 18th Centuries, including works by Antonio Caldara, Francesco Cavalli, and Antonio Vivaldi.

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