Venice without the Stains


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Venice, Europe's most depraved city, produced the sublime Vivaldi, the enduring influence of Lully, the extraordinary beauty of Handel's music. Entrancing concert in historic St Cecilia's Hall. Elspeth McVeigh's hauntingly pure voice transports you to the royal court of 17th/18th-century France, the opera houses Venice and London. Expertly and sensitively accompanied by Tiffany Vong, on Barton 1709 harpsichord from museum. An experience and opportunity not to be missed. 'Her singing has a storytelling quality to it, which takes the listener on a metaphorical journey.' **** ( 'An oasis of calm... perfect diction... gentle manner' **** (ThreeWeeks).

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