'When Orpheus Sang'

-from Monteverdi to Purcell

The Early Music in Hexham Concert Series presents:

Music from the early Italian baroque and its links with that of Henry Purcell

Hugo Hymas - tenor

Sergio Bucheli - lute and theorbo

Jacob Garside - viola da gamba

John Green - harpsichord

Comprising vocal and instrumental works by Monteverdi, Caccini, Purcell, Blow, Simpson and others, the concert will include Purcell’s magnificent and rarely heard lament upon the death of Queen Mary, ‘The Queen’s Epicedium.’

Tickets now available online, by phone or in person from the Queen's Hall box office.

Box Office opening hours are: 
Mon - Sat: 10am – 12pm | 1 - 4pm 
(not including Bank Holidays and Public Holidays - please check before travelling on these days)

Tickets can be posted. A £1.50 handing fee applies to all posted tickets.

Queen's Hall Arts Centre,
Beaumont Street,
Hexham,
Northumberland.
NE46 3LS

Box Office 01434 652477

A limited number of tickets are available to young people in full time education - contact boxoffice@queenshall.co.uk for more details.

All funds raised are for the benefit of the Abbey. 

Price: £15

When: Saturday, February 26, 2022 - 17:30 to 18:45

Where: Great Hall, Priory Buildings, Hexham Abbey