Friday 30 May:
K’antu Early Music Ensemble presents Dancing and the Divine

From Montserrat in Spain to Oaxaca Cathedral in Mexico, K’antu Ensemble explore dancing and devotional song in Europe and the New World.

Music and dance have long been associated with religious feasts and festivities. Through the records made by priests such as Arbeau in France and Martinez Companon in Peru, K’antu reveal the vibrant world of Renaissance and Baroque dancing. The concert will include songs and dances ranging from Medieval Caroles for Christmas celebrations, Pilgrims’ dance songs and the Danza de la Muerte, as well as Villancicos and Negritos from the New World.

K’antu are currently promoting their debut CD Gusto, as featured on BBC Radio 3’s Late Junction. Their elegant vocals and large array of historical instruments, combined with innovation and passion for their art, promises a memorable performance.

K’antu are:

Ruth Hopkins: Soprano – Baroque Violin – Recorders

Sarah Langdon: Alto – Recorders

Michelle Holloway: Alto – Recorders

Ben Mitchell: Tenor – Baroque Guitar

Andrew Hopper: Bass – Viola da Gamba – Recorders

Tymoteusz Jozwiak: Bass – Percussion

Mihaly Benko: Lute

“Terrifically interesting and enjoyable…their performances are joyously individual” (Early Music Today Magazine)

Plus pre-concert workshop open to all ages. See www.calstockarts.org for more details.

See K’antu Early Music Ensemble here

Doors and bar 6.45pm, starts 7.30pm

£12 advance, £13 door, £6 under 18s.
£1 reduction for Friends of Calstock Arts.

Click here for tickets.

Box Office telephone number 01726 879500

Tickets also available from Levines in Calstock.