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The King's Singers
Saturday 16 June, 7.30pm
Please note that due to unforeseen circumstances the pre-concert talk for this show has been cancelled. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and hope you enjoy the concert.
ROYAL RHYMES AND ROUNDS
To mark the Diamond Jubilee of the reign of Queen Elizabeth II in 2012, The King’s Singers have created a lively programme of secular music from the reigns of some of the Queen’s more colourful forebears, Henry VIII, Elizabeth I and Victoria. Henry was a man of many parts, some more attractive than others. Amongst other accomplishments he was noted as a fine musician, and many musical works have been ascribed to him. Music played an important role in the courts of all 16th Century English monarchs, and musical puzzles and rounds were very popular during the reign of Henry’s daughter, Queen Elizabeth I. Rounds come in many different forms, sacred and profane. The development of the madrigal form in Tickets: £23.00, £20.50, £18.50, £14.50, £12.00
Tickets: £23.00, £20.50, £18.50, £14.50, £12.00
Senior Citizens and groups of 10+: £2 off
Pre-booked children and students: £10
Schools: £5 each, including a free programme (subject to availability)
Student Standby: £5 (Available one hour before the advertised performance start time in person only at the Box Office.
All tickets are inclusive of booking fee