Barokksolistene event package booking information
Event package (Purcell’s Playground & The Alehouse Sessions):
£31 or £15 (restricted/no view) plus booking fee*
To purchase the event package (Purcell’s Playground (M36a) & The Alehouse Sessions (M36b)), please add both events to your Wish List. Once booking opens, add the events to your basket, the discounted package will be automatically applied.
Ploughman’s Suppers will be available to buy for £7.50 during the interval between each event. Audiences are invited to bring drinks with them into the Town Hall for The Alehouse Sessions.
Bjarte Eike violin, artistic director
Fredrik Bock guitar
Judith Maria Blomsterberg, Siri Hilmen cello
Per Buhre viola, vocals
Johannes Lundberg double bass
Naomi Burrell, Miloš Valent violin
Helge Andreas Norbakken percussion
Berit Norbakken Solset, Tom Guthrie lead vocals
Steven Player dance, vocals
Hans Knut Sveen harmonium, harpsichord
Recognised as one of the world’s most dynamic and exciting groups working in the field of historically informed performance, Barokksolistene fuse virtuoso musicianship with flawless ensemble playing. To close the 2020 Music Festival, they bring two programmes in one evening, exploring the exquisite music of Purcell, and taking us back in time to a riotous 17th-century alehouse.
Purcell’s Playground (M36a)
Town Hall, Main Stage
Sunday 12 July, 6pm – 7pm
Purcell is celebrated as Orpheus Britannicus – the composer that made the English language come to life through music. He composed music fit for the solemnity of Westminster Abbey and the splendour of the Royal Chapel – but also popular melodies for the rough humour of the taverns and the catch clubs. In this programme, Barokksolistene masterfully explore the astonishing variety of Purcell’s work in a fabulously direct way and celebrate the grace, beauty and wit of his music.
The Alehouse Sessions (M36b)
Town Hall, Main Stage
Sunday 12 July, 7.30pm – 8.30pm
An ever-changing insight into the music of the English 17th Century tavern, Bjarte Eike’s Alehouse Sessions weave a story of this tumultuous period through sea shanties, touching folk music, anecdotes, bawdy songs, humour and of course, beer.
*Fees & Booking Info
Our booking fee
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Our booking fees are as follows:
- Online sales £2.00
- Telephone sales £2.00
- In person card sales £2.00
- In person cash and card sales £2.00
We endeavour to keep our booking fees as low as possible and charge on a per booking basis rather than a per ticket basis to ensure this. We also endeavour to ensure that our booking fees are clear before any transaction is completed.
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