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Medieval Christmas music performed at Norfolk church

The Hexachordia trio offers a fresh approach to music of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries and will perform at Swanton Morley church on November 24.

Hexachordia recreate the instrumental flexibility that was a key feature in music-making at the time. The ability to play a number of different musical instruments along with the possession of a good singing voice was essential for professional musicians.

Each of the trio specialises in a range of instruments of this period, allowing them to perform a wide repertoire of ensemble music in a number of different instrumental and vocal combinations. 

A Medieval Christmas is a musical journey which takes us from the onset of winter through to the New Year. Medieval and Renaissance music sits alongside contemporary readings

HexachordiaEvent details

Date: Sunday November 24
Time: 5pm
Venue: All Saints Church Swanton Morley
Tickets: £10 from Rev James Rosie on 01362 637311 or

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