Matthew Venner alto, Mark Dobell and Angus Smith tenors, Donald Greig baritone
Today this fourteenth-century French cleric is best-known for a single work, the extraordinary Messe de Nostre Dame. However, in his own era Machaut was fêted throughout Europe for his wide-ranging skills. The Orlando Consort’s new programme demonstrates the full lyrical beauty, the sensual imagery and the inspired harmonic brilliance that lies in the work of this truly great poet – a direct inspiration to Chaucer – and composer.
“Hauntingly and mellifluously sung by The Orlando Consort, this music still sounds as flavoursome as it must have done 650 years ago.” – The Daily Telegraph
Tickets: £22 and £18 reserved central nave, £15 unreserved rear nave, £13 unreserved sides.
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£1 Student Standby
The final concert in the Early Music at St Mary’s Season