Founded here in Cambridge in the 1970s, the Academy of Ancient Music presents a rich programme of concerts throughout the
Now an internationally acclaimed period instrument orchestra, they perform using authentic traditional instruments, deep-diving into the context and history of early music to breathe an exhilarating new lease of life into sounds unheard for hundreds of years.
This month, see them in action at West Road Concert Hall, when they present music by Pergolesi, Corelli and Handel in Mortal Voices on 16 February.
From Pergolesi’s best-known work, the beautiful Stabat Mater, to Handel’s lesser-known cantata Ah! che troppo ineguali, the programme is sure to stir the heartstrings with its sublime showcase of early 18th century music.
The show starts at 7.30pm, and tickets are £15-£33.