Forthcoming Performances

May 02, 2018

10.15pm

La Folle Journée Tokyo - Elizabethans in Exile

Renaissance Europe was a time of great political, social and religious upheaval that saw many musicians exiled from their native courts. In England, the religious reformation divided the country and treasonous plots were plentiful, many chose a life of exile to escape the dangers of their homeland.

This programme centres on the composers banished from, as well as those seeking refuge at the court of England's Queen Elizabeth I and includes music by Peter Phillips, John Dowland, Thomas Tallis William Byrd and John Bull. 

 

Tokyo International Forum Hall G409​

May 03, 2018

10.30am

La Folle Journée Tokyo - "Vive la flûte à bec!"

The recorder has a rich history brought to life by Palisander. With an amazing array of recorders from 6 inches to 6 feet tall, the ensemble presents music spanning 900 years. It includes traditional music from the British Isles, songs by kings, sparkling baroque concertos, surprising contemporary techniques and a new composition, written for the group.​

 

Come and discover everything you didn’t know you loved about the recorder!

 

Tokyo International Forum Hall B5​

 

May 03, 2018

7.20pm

La Folle Journée Tokyo - "Vive la flûte à bec!"

Kiosk programme - Short Recital

The recorder has a rich history brought to life by Palisander. With an amazing array of recorders from 6 inches to 6 feet tall, the ensemble presents music spanning 900 years. It includes traditional music from the British Isles, songs by kings, sparkling baroque concertos, surprising contemporary techniques and a new composition, written for the group.

Come and discover everything you didn’t know you loved about the recorder!

 

Kiosk - Tokyo International Forum Hall-E

May 12, 2018

11.30am

Beware the Spider! Hackney Proms

17th Century victims of venomous spider bites were offered no medicinal cure or relief. Instead, the local musicians wod work together to find a curative melody…

​Palisander will be joined by lutenist Toby Carr.

Hackney Showroom, Hackney Downs Studios, Amhurst Terrace, London

May 15, 2018

1.05pm

Antidotum Arachne - London Festival of Baroque Music

17th Century victims of venomous spider bites were offered no medicinal cure or relief. Instead, the local musicians would work together to find a curative melody…

 

St Alfege Church, Greenwich,  London, SE10 9BJ,

May 19, 2018

7.30pm

Journey to the New World - Weston Music Society

Inspired by Christopher Columbus 'odyssey to the "New World", the Palisander Ensemble has designed an exotic program combining court music from the explorers' countries and pieces inspired by the sea and the indigenous peoples of America . ​

Palisander will be joined by percussionist Guy Shalom.

Holy Trinity Church, Church Lane ‎(off Maiden Sreet)‎, Weston, Hertfordshire SG4 7DJ

Jul 17, 2018

12 noon

Journey to the New World - Petworth Festival

Inspired by voyages to the New World by Christopher Columbus, Sir Francis Drake and Sir Walter Raleigh, this programme centres on themes of Renaissance exploration and discovery with musical illustrations of journeys to the New World, and includes works by Tallis, Vivaldi, Susato and Dowland.

Palisander will be joined by percussionist Guy Shalom.

United Reformed Church, Petworth, GU28 0AW

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Past Performances

May 02, 2018

10:15pm

La Folle Journée Tokyo - Elizabethans in Exile

Renaissance Europe was a time of great political, social and religious upheaval that saw many musicians exiled from their native courts. In England, the religious reformation divided the country and treasonous plots were plentiful, many chose a life of exile to escape the dangers of their homeland.

 

 

This programme centres on the composers banished from, as well as those seeking refuge at the court of England's Queen Elizabeth I, and includes music by Peter Phillips, John Dowland, Thomas Tallis William Byrd and John Bull. 

 

 

M168 Tokyo International Forum Hall G409 

Mar 15, 2018

1pm

Live Music Now: University College London Hospital foyer performance

Palisander gives an informal performance in the Hospital foyer.

University College London Hospital, Euston Road, London

Mar 04, 2018

1.15pm

Recorder Revolution! - Wiltshire Music Centre: My Science Fair

The recorder has a rich history. With an amazing array of recorders from 6 inches to 6 foot tall, the ensemble presents music spanning 900 years. It includes traditional music from the British Isles, songs by kings, sparkling baroque concertos, surprising contemporary techniques and a new composition, written for the group.

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Come and discover everything you didn’t know you loved about the recorder!​

 

12:15pm, Sunday 4th March 2018

Children's Workshop​

 

Join Palisander for an exciting workshop and introduction to recorder playing. Children will learn to play simple pieces on recorders of different sizes, with a chance to perform alongside the quartet in the public concert!

Feb 22, 2018

7.30pm

Journey to the New World - Andover Music Club

Inspired by voyages to the New World by Christopher Columbus, Sir Francis Drake and Sir Walter Raleigh, this programme centres on themes of Renaissance exploration and discovery with musical illustrations of journeys to the New World, and includes works by Tallis, Vivaldi, Susato and Dowland.

Palisander are joined by percussionist Guy Shalom

 

​​The Lights, West Street, Andover, Hampshire, SP10 1AH

Feb 08, 2018

Schools' Workshops - Shrewbury

Palisander gives series of performances in Shrewsbury, with Shropshire Music Trust and Shropshire Music Hub

Feb 08, 2018

7.30pm

Recorder Revolution! - Shropshire Music Trust

The recorder has a rich history. With an amazing array of recorders from 6 inches to 6 foot tall, the ensemble presents music spanning 900 years. It includes traditional music from the British Isles, songs by kings, sparkling baroque concertos, surprising contemporary techniques and a new composition, written for the group.

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Come and discover everything you didn’t know you loved about the recorder!

The Lion Hotel, Shrewsbury

Feb 02, 2018

11am

La Folle Journée de Nantes: Un Monde Nouveau - Elizabethans in Exile

Renaissance Europe was a time of great political, social and religious upheaval that saw many musicians exiled from their native courts. In England, the religious reformation divided the country and treasonous plots were plentiful, many chose a life of exile to escape the dangers of their homeland.

This programme centres on the composers banished from, as well as those seeking refuge at the court of England's Queen Elizabeth I, and includes music by Peter Phillips, John Dowland, Thomas Tallis William Byrd and John Bull. 

 

Salle Pablo Neruda, Nantes Cite des Congress

Feb 02, 2018

1pm

La Folle Journée de Nantes: Un Monde Nouveau - Recorder Revolution!

Programme Kiosque - short recital 

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The recorder has a rich history brought to life by Palisander. With an amazing array of recorders from 6 inches to 6 foot tall, the ensemble presents music spanning 900 years. It includes traditional music from the British Isles, songs by kings, sparkling baroque concertos, surprising contemporary techniques and a new composition, written for the group.

Come and discover everything you didn’t know you loved about the recorder!

Kiosque Cite Des Congrès

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