Palisander (recorder quartet)
Divorced, Beheaded, Died
Described as ‘Early Music’s very own Spice Girls’, Palisander recorder quartet bring their signature blend of movement, spoken word, percussion and singing to a programme of music inspired by the unfortunate stories of the six wives of Henry VIII.
Programme to include:
King Henry VIII – The Kynge’s Balade
Anne Boleyn – O Death, Rock me to Sleep
Thomas Tallis – If Ye Love Me
Miriam Monaghan – The Tudor Rose
Please note that this concert will take place ‘in the round’ with the artists performing at ground-floor level.
For a full list of the music to be performed and more information about Palisander, see skiptonmusic.org.uk
With the support of a generous legacy from Dr Philip da Costa
Photo credit: Becky Mursell