The exhibition opens at 19.30 and the performance of English polyphony starts at 20.30. Although it is an unseated performance, it also means that the price is about half of what it normally costs to see this most excellent choir.
Happy to make this into an official Meetup if there is sufficient interest.
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Welcome to All Things Baroque. We celebrate Baroque culture in all its forms - music, art, architecture, history, theatre, dance as well as food and wine. London was home to men with big hair such as Wren, Purcell and Händel, who, like his boss George I, was a naturalised Brit from Germany.
We are spoilt for choice with Baroque music, with concerts every day, although the flamboyant architectural style never took off here in the way it did in continental Europe. Baroque opera and dance are still performed, albeit not too regularly. We are lucky to have members who are professionals and specialists in all these fields.
All members are welcome to suggest and set up Meetups, including those in which they perform (either semi-pro and professional), as long as they are happy to be Event Hosts.