Nine Daies Wonder
They breathe new life into this celebrated event, which remains awe-inspiring 400 years on, and still has the power to delight, baffle and amuse.
The best sort of early music concert: a strong thematic concept with a splendid mix of less and more well-known music on an interesting array of instruments – and there was something for everyone. Early Music Review
Libby Purves, Theatrecat review
I just wanted to say a big thank you for bringing Nine Daies Wonder to Bury St Edmunds – I loved it and the incredible joy in the room was palpable.
Nick Wells, Director of The Bury Festival
Thanks again for a great performance, knock out show!
Delma Tomlin, Director, National Centre for Early Music
Steven Player : dancer, guitar, cittern
‘A Renaissance Fred Astaire... Steven Player was worth the price of admission by himself’ Adelaide Review
Clare Salaman : director, nyckelharpa, hurdy gurdy, Hardanger fiddle
‘Beautiful, vehement playing’ The Daily Telegraph
Jeremy Avis : voice, percussion, cittern
‘Avis soon had them dancing in the aisles’ Jerusalem Post
Alison McGillivray : violone, viola bastarda
‘Superbly expressive and imaginative playing’ Early Music today
Ian Harrison : pipe and tabor, voice, cornett, whistle, pipes, percussion
Ian Harrison's shawm playing reached ecstatic heights of virtuosity’ Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
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