Come and meet Courtlye Musick in Winchester museums in September and October.
Saturday 30th October – Winchester City Museum – 11.30am – 3pm
Saturday 23rd October (Martin and Anita) – Westgate Museum -1pm – 3pm
Sunday 26th September (Martin and Anita) – Westgate Museum – 1pm – 3pm
Sunday 19th September – Winchester City Museum – 11.30am – 3pm
Drop-in during these times and listen a while as you explore the museum and talk to us about Tudor music and instruments. Museum admission charges apply.
Heritage Open Days: Edible England
Discover the link between Tudor food and Tudor minstrels with quotations and music from the English Courts of Henry VIII and Elizabeth I.
Our video, prepared for Winchester Heritage Open Days, will be live from noon on 10th September
With Music Sounding
‘At the first course, the minstrels must sound their instruments …’
For centuries, music and dining have formed a magical partnership to delight the senses. Find out more as we take you through an exploration of the huge range of Tudor dishes of the day across the seasons of the year.
With readings, fascinating instruments and colourful costumes, Courtlye Musick will transport you back in time to hear the music and imagine the delights of some unexpected dishes that you could have experienced at the banquets and festivities of the Tudor court.
Thursday 9th September 2021: 1.10pm – 1.50pm
Lunch time recital
St James’ Church,
Hey Trolly Lolly – a selection of light hearted secular music from the 16th century
Friday 27th August 2021: 1pm – 1.45pm
Lunch time recital
St Peter’s Church,
A concert to mark the 500th anniversary, on this date in August 1521, of the death of the great renaissance composer Josquin des Prez.
Tuesday 27th July 2021: 1.10pm – 1.50pm
Lunch time recital
St Aldhem’s Church,
St Aldhem’s Road
Tudor Music from the Courts of Europe
free event with retiring collection
refreshment bar open 12.30 – 2.30pm
Sunday 22nd December 2019 : 11.30 – 1.00pm and 2pm – 3.30pm.
Winchester City Museum
Courtlye Musick present ‘Tudor Tidings of Good Cheer’.
Join us at Winchester City Museum to see Courtlye Musick bring to life the Christmas season of the Medieval and Tudor court. There will be Tudor instruments, songs and carols, instrumental and dance music, and tales of feasting and merry-making.
Courtlye Musick will be playing informally between 11.30am-1.00pm and 2pm-3.30pm. Drop-in during this time and listen a while as you also explore the museum. Suitable for all ages – all children must be accompanied by an adult. Please be aware that there may be restricted numbers at any one time.
Saturday 7th December 2019 : 2 – 4pm St Basil’s Church, Toller Fratrum, Dorset.
A concert by Three Cane Whale will include a performance by Courtlye Musick of Tudor seasonal music and pieces by Jen Muggleton.
Sunday 1st December 2019 : 1.30pm – 3pm
Barrington Court, Illminster
Courtlye Musick will be playing informally in the House during the Christmas Market.
(National Trust admission charges apply)
Sunday 24th November
Courtlye Musick will be playing at the Dorset Food and Drink Christmas Fair Athelhampton House, Puddletown, Dorchester.
between 10am and 2pm.
Saturday 14th September : 11:00 – 16:00
Tudor House Museum, Southampton SO14 2AD : Heritage Open Day 2019 – Free entry
Friday 20th September & Sunday 22nd September : 13.00 – 14.30
Great Hall Winchester SO23 8UJ : Winchester Heritage Open Days 20119 – Free entry
Friday 27th September : 18.30 Concert ‘Dufay to Dowland’ in Cherbourg with Ars Nova
Sunday 29th September : 17.00 Concert ‘Dufay to Dowland’ in Réville church, with Ars Nova as part of the Early Music Festival of Réville – http://www.festival-reville.com
Sunday 28th July 2019
Courtlye Musick will be performing at
2pm – 5pm
in the grounds of Warmwell House, Dorchester DT2 8HQ
Saturday 27th July 2019
Courtlye Musick will be performing at the Milton Abbas Street Fair,
which takes place on Saturday 27th July, 11am until 5pm miltonabbasstreetfair.co.uk
During the day, we will be performing three short concerts in St James Church, telling the story in words and music of Will Kemp’s ‘nine daies wonder, performed in a daunce from London to Norwich’ in the year 1600.