Stroud Green Festival 16-26 June 2017
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EVENT 1: Stroud Green Festival’s Manifesto Drop In event (family friendly)

Thursday 8th June | 6pm- 10pm | Pay what you can
Holy Trinity Church   [Map]

On voting day, drop in (before or after the polling station around the corner) to this 4-hour celebration of exquisite music by a host of Festival musicians, including members of Dowland Works, The Telling, The Musical Gathering and organist Marion Bettsworth. Including rare 18th century songs from the 1746 Drury Lane production of The Tempest by Willem Defesch.

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EVENT 2: Recorder workshop with Roselyn Maynard and Gail Macleod of Consortium5 (family friendly)

Saturday 10th June | 2pm - 5pm | £10 (£5 concs & under 18s)
Holy Trinity Church [Map]

Dust off that recorder and come and join us! Do your children play recorder? Did you learn the recorder at school? Whether you are an experienced player or wanting to start to play the recorder again, come and join leading recorder players.

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EVENT 3: umbrella event

Saturday 10th June | 6pm - 7.15pm | Pay what you can on the door only (donations to charity)
Committee Room, Hornsey Town Hall [Map]

Peter Hanson and members of the Brodsky Quartet.
String Quartets by Mozart (K499 in D major, 'The Hoffmeister') and Ravel.

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EVENT 4: The Afternoon of a Faun

Sunday 11th June | 4.30pm - 5.30pm | £12 (£8 concs)
Holy Trinity Church [Map]

Nancy Ruffer, flute and Jean Kelly, harp.

An arrangement of Debussy’s famous symphonic poem alongside music by Piazzolla, CPE Bach, Bizet and Mozart.

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EVENT 5: Jazzy Stories: Winnie Greer & Jazz Friends

Sunday 11th June | 8.00pm - 10pm | £10 (concs £7) inc. one complimentary drink.
Holy Trinity Church Hall [Map]

An evening of tales told through the wonderful medium of jazz!

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EVENT 6: From Austria to Hungary (umbrella event)

Wednesday 14th June | 7pm - 8.30pm
PLEASE NOTE: Advance tickets £12 (£8 concs) are available ONLY from velesensemble.com and NOT from Stroud Green online ticket site.
Tickets on the door are £15 (£10).

Holy Trinity Church [Map]

The Veles Ensemble presents music from Austria and Hungary. The concert will explore musical ties between these two countries of very different cultural backgrounds, yet connected historically.

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EVENT 7: Dance for the Kings!

Thursday 15th June | 8pm - 9pm | £12 (£8 concs)
Holy Trinity Church [Map]

Ensemble Molière
Baroque dance music from the courts of King Louis XIV of France and George I of England; also celebrating the 300th anniversary of Handel’s much-loved Water Music and Suites from Le bourgeois gentilhomme by Jean-Baptiste Lully.

Become a Festival Friend and stay on after the concert to meet the artists.

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EVENT 8: Recorder concert with Consortium5

Friday 16th June | 6pm -7pm | FREE EVENT (book online)
Holy Trinity Church [Map]

Recorder concert with Consortium5 with adults from the 10 June workshop and children from St Aidan’s School. 
FREE EVENT with retiring collection. Free tickets can be booked on our online ticket sale site.

Funded by Hornsey Parochial Charities.

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Stroud Green Day

Saturday 17th June

Stroud Green Road will come alive with music, creativity – and a celebration of our past and present!

Join the festival and local businesses to celebrate Stroud Green Trail Day & the creative spirit of our local neighbourhood businesses. Stroud Green Festival is putting on free pop-up performances in cafes and shops on Stroud Green Road which are also part of Crouch End Festival.

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EVENT 9: Baroque with Bite (family friendly with tea & Cake)

Saturday 17 June | 5.30pm - 6.30pm | £12 (£8 concs)
Hornsey Vale Community Centre, Mayfield Road N8 9LP

NOTE UNUSUAL TIME AND DIFFERENT VENUE

The Little Baroque Company is joined by their hero, violinist Catherine Mackintosh and stunning soprano Jenni Harper for a trio of English greats; William Hayes, John Stanley and George Frederic Handel.

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Family service

Sunday 18th June | 11.30am - 12.40pm
Holy Trinity Church [Map]

Festival service followed by a bring and share lunch.

Sing with the Holy Trinity Choir: rehearsal at 9.30am. If you would like to sing, please email icholij@yahoo.co.uk for details of music and other rehearsals.

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EVENT 10A | 10B: two performances of Rameau’s Pygmalion (FAMILY FRIENDLY)

Sunday 18th June
EVENT 10A | 5.45pm - 6.30pm
EVENT 10B | 8.15pm - 9.00pm
£12 (£8 concs)
Holy Trinity Church Hall [Map]

PLEASE NOTE there are 2 performances of the same show.

Ensemble Molière present this French baroque masterpiece. This bite-sized Rom-Com opera can be enjoyed by people of any age. Forget what you think you know about opera – this will production will make you think again!

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EVENT 11: The Telling: Women Mystics at Twilight

Thursday 22nd June | 9pm - 10pm | £12 (£8 concs)
Holy Trinity Church [Map]

An hour of candlelit music and poetry with Clare Norburn soprano, Ariane Prussner mezzo, Sarah Law poet.

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EVENT 12: Dowland Works: Songs to the Lute, Viol and Voice

Friday 23rd June | 8pm - 10.15pm | £20 (£14 concs)
Holy Trinity Church [Map]

Emma Kirkby and Dowland Works return to the Festival by popular demand. They celebrate the alchemy of voices with lutes and gambas in music by John Danyel & John Dowland.

Become a Festival Friend and stay on after the concert to meet the artists.

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EVENT 13: ALMA (world folk) with storyteller nick hennessey: The Story of Two Travellers

Saturday 24th June | 8pm - 10pm | £10 (£7 concs) including one complimentary drink.
Holy Trinity Church Hall [Map]

Drawing on rich folk traditions through spoken word, songs and music, this show will transport you from country to country, reinterpreting stories of old into the 21st century.

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EVENT 14: The Musical Gathering: The Pleasures of Vauxhall Gardens

Sunday 25th June | 8pm - 10pm | £12 (£8 concs)
Holy Trinity Church [Map]

Stroud Green’s time machine takes you back to London’s leading visitor attraction of the 18th century as we recreate the world and greenery of the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens with music by Handel, Arne, Boyce and contemporaries, with scenes from the Pleasure Gardens from the works of Thackeray, Dickens, Pepys & Richardson.

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