Early Music Day: European Union Chamber Orchestra

Saturday 20 July 2024

7pm • St Nicholas' Chapel • £22 / Under 25's 50% off (booking fees apply)

Handel Arrival of the Queen of Sheba
Corelli Concerto Grosso Op.6 No.1
Telemann Concerto for Recorder in F
Vivaldi Concerto for 2 violins in A major Op.3 No.5
Telemann Suite Perpetuum Mobile
Bach Brandenburg Concerto No.4

Hans-Peter Hofmann violin/director
Tabea Debus and Miriam Monaghan recorders

Directed by Festival favourite, charismatic violinist Hans-Peter Hofmann, the concert features German recorder virtuoso, Tabea Debus who performs Telemann's Concerto in F. Telemann was the composer who more than any other elevated the recorder to the status of high-art instrument, capable of hitherto undreamt expressive range and technical refinement. 

Unreserved seating. This performance will last approximately 100 minutes, including interval.

Tickets on sale to Festival Patrons on 29 April and Festival Friends on 7 May.  Become a Festival Friend or Patron to access the priority booking period.

Public booking opens on 13 May.

St Nicholas' Chapel

St Nicholas' Chapel

St Nicholas' Chapel, St Ann's Street, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 1LT

  • Uneven paving on approach to doors.
  • Toilet facilities now available in the chapel.
  • Wheelchairs accessible through the main door.
  • A limited number of wheelchair spaces are available and must be booked in advance - please specify when booking.

The nearest car park is Chapel Street and Tuesday Market Place. Please note: Charges apply 24 hours a day, including for Blue Badge holders. Please ensure you pay the correct fee.  Current charges are available on the borough council website:  https://www.west-norfolk.gov.uk/

Seating is unreserved.  The acoustic is excellent throughout the chapel but an unrestricted view of the performance area cannot be guaranteed from all seats - in some cases, the view is extremely restricted.


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