Sunday, 6 March 2022

7.30pm, Kelso Old Parish Church, TD5 7BH

Tabea Debus Recorders

Toby Carr Lute

Ohrwurm (Earworm)

This programme explores how tunes and dances wormed their way into many aspects of music-making in 17th and 18th Century Europe and beyond. The music includes pieces by Dowland, Telemann and Bach as well as contemporary works written for each performer.

Tabea Debus was born in Germany and studied there and in London. A recipient of many prizes, she has performed with  period instrument groups throughout Europe and commissioned  new works for her instruments, as well as being active in  education projects.

Toby Carr is a guitarist and lutenist from London, where he also studied.  Active as a soloist, continuo player and chamber musician, he as worked with many period instrument groups, including Dunedin Consort, Academy of Ancient Music and The English Concert.
 

Tickets £14, Students £5, School Pupils free.
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£14.00

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'Tabea Debus is one of the most exciting young musicians in the early music world'
Classic FM
'Toby Carr's lone theorbo accompanies Foulkes in the Castrucci, giving it a pastoral feel and allowing some playful exchanges between lead and accompaniment'
Early Music America

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