Czestochowa, Poland

And after a week back in the UK, we’re off again! Tonight, we’ve just finished a concert for the Gaude Mater Festival in Czestochowa which, for those of you who don’t know, is about two and a half hours south west of Warsaw in Poland. This festival has been a firm favourite of ours for a number of years. It’s particularly dedicated to Early Music, and tonight we performed what I can describe only as a Renaissance piñata, bursting with delights from Spain, France, Germany and England. The crowd, as they are often here in Poland, was electric. It’s great to be with people who really appreciate such a diverse range of music, and I always look forward to coming back here to present new programmes.

After a short stint back in the UK tomorrow afternoon, we’re off to Qatar on Monday morning, before heading on to the Philippines and China. I am very, very excited – and not just because I get to wear shorts.

Perhaps we’ll see you on our travels….


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