As individuals and as a duo, they have worked with contemporary musicians, artists, storytellers, poets and composers, working collaboratively and often having compositions written for them. Saltarello provide insight into less well known Early music from areas such as Scandinavia and Eastern Europe, whilst bringing a fresh approach to more well known works. They are passionate about delivering historically accurate music whilst promoting the recorder and its repertoire to new audiences. Sample Programme: The Scandinavian Connection: Works by Roman, Buxtehude, Agrell, Per Brant. Performing relatively unknown works from 18th century composers connected with Scandinavian countries. 16th and 17th Century England: Including works by Morley, Tallis, Byrd.
Musical performances and workshops from the era of King Henry VIII, Queen Elizabeth I and Guy Fawkes in conjunction with Tate Britain collections from these periods. Education: Saltarello designs every workshop to an individual brief, specific environment and the outcomes and experiences that are sought by the client. Previous workshops include: St George’s Day: connecting the patron saint and medieval music; Tate Britain: Guy Fawkes, Henry VIII. Trinity College of Music: creative directors of a project reaching over 1400 young recorder players across London boroughs of Greenwich, Tower Hamlets and Lewisham. Recordings: Recorded performance for broadcast on Resonance FM. Performances: 5 Jul 07St Anne and St Agnes Church, London 12 Aug 07Bodelwyddan Medieval Festival, Wales 29 Nov 07Handel House Museum, London Contact: Heidi Fardell, 81a Halesworth Road, Lewisham, London SE13 7TL Tel: 97870 221898 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.saltarello.co.uk Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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