is established as
the UK's leading recorder ensemble having won a variety of
awards since their formation in 1997. Their repertoire
spans eight centuries and is performed on a huge range of
instruments from the sub contra bass to the tiny garklein
Recordings of both contemporary and early music have received
critical acclaim and are frequently played on the BBC as well as
radio stations across Europe. Described as 'exciting',
'dazzling' and with 'phenomenal technique', concerts by The
Flautadors provide a fresh insight into the music they play.
Saturday 2nd November at 7.30 pm
Cynthia's Revels - music and words from Elizabethan England with actor Christopher Simpson
Crown Court Church of Scotland
Russell Street, Covent Garden, London WC2B 5EZ
Next door to the Fortune theatre.
Find out how to get there.
A review from Gramaphone Magazine of their latest disc, Music for the Queen of Scots:
"A beautifully poised and deliciously played musical biography of Mary Stuart... [The Flautadors] are so fully in control of every detail that they can fascinate the ear by the range of their colours, their articulations, their delicate phrasing, their sheer musicianship." Gramophone