Society of Strange & Ancient Instruments - Sound House
Tuesday 6 June, 19.30 - Brilliant & entertaining early music group
St. Andrew's Church, Grinton
Jon Banks - santouri, gothic harp, percussion
Jean Kelly - gothic bray harp, triple harp
Alison McGillivray - violone, viola bastarda
Clare Salaman - tromba marina, nyckelharpa
Jon Nicholls - sound designer and composer
Terence Wilton - narrator
Inspired by Francis Bacon's investigations into the magical properties of sound, The Society of Strange and Ancient Instruments presents music of the seventeenth century played on extraordinary instruments within an intriguing modern context. Devised and created by Clare Salaman.
"A wondrous journey through a realm of unimaginable sonic possibilities...enthralling...vibrant, carefree virtuosity." Early Music Today.
"The SSAI has forged a reputation for being one of our finest exponents of early music. They enchant and amaze in equal measure." The Musician.
Adult £16, under 25 £3.
Generously supported by Margaret McCord and Pat Anderson.
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