Kathleen Berg and Alan Morris
We were founded initially to perform, in medieval costume, music specifically for the Beauchamp Chapel in St Mary’s Church, Warwick, and under the name Musique for ye Earles of Warwicke we present programmes of music from the earliest times to about 1550. Go to Musique for ye Earles of Warwicke from the menu to see what we do.
More recently, under the title Musick Rediscover’d, we perform music from about 1550 to 1800, again in costume. Go to Musick Rediscover’d for information on our performances.
We also play for dancing of these periods – for example the bass danse “La Danse de Cleves” of the time of the Wars of the Roses through to country dances such as “The Earl of Kent’s Waltz” of Jane Austen’s time (when they didn’t actually waltz!)
Georgian music at Gunby Hall - May 2016
Epworth Music Day - Saturday June 18th 2016
Heritage Lincolnshire Open Days September 10th and 11th 2016
To book us please contact us via the Contact page.
We were playing in the procession at Bosworth with Richard III's coffin on March 22nd!
and also for the Magna Carta dinner for the Lincoln Record Society in the Chapter House of Lincoln Cathedral. Both these events were with the Lincoln City Waites.