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Purcell and Charpentier

When

Saturday 12 September from 5pm to 7pm Sunday 13 September from 5pm to 7pm

Cost

Tickets from: $55.00

Music fit for royalty: Charpentier’s majestic Te Deum (famed as the opening music for the Eurovision Song Contest) was written in honour of the Sun King, Louis XIV, and its grandeur and elegance reflect the magnificence of his palace at Versailles.

Across the Channel, written just 1 year later, Purcell’s Come, Ye Sons of Art celebrates the birthday of Queen Mary with music of sheer delight.

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