Kosmos - Music in Quiet Places

Kosmos - Music in Quiet Places

Harriet MacKenzie violin  | Meg Hamilton viola | Milos Milivojevic accordion

Gypsy, Scottish, Jewish and Greek music glide effortlessly into hot-blooded tango and Japanese melody as Kosmos re-defines the relationship between classical and world music.

Thursday 1 June 7.30pm

St Andrew’s Church, Billingborough NG34 0QG

Harriet MacKenzie violin  | Meg Hamilton viola  | Milos Milivojevic accordion

Gypsy, Scottish, Jewish and Greek music glide effortlessly into hot-blooded tango and Japanese melody as Kosmos re-defines the relationship between classical and world music. Referencing classical composers including Brahms, Dvorak and Sarasate, the trio performs with ‘telepathic rapport, dazzling virtuosity, serious scholarship, intellectual curiosity and impeccable musicianship’ (The Times).

Early booking advised – Kosmos’s previous Music in Quiet Places concert sold out fast!

The slender spire of St Andrew’s soars 150 feet above the neighbouring fenland and is linked to the tower by delicate buttresses. Both church and tower are mainly 14th century with traces of earlier work in the south aisle. Inside, light streams through the 15th clerestory windows, illuminating the great arches below. Outstanding examples of Victorian craftsmanship are to be found in the restored chancel.

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