Concert Review: Gazpacho Andaluz/The Renaissance Players
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Concert Review: Gazpacho Andaluz/The Renaissance Players

Gazpacho Andaluz The Renaissance Players, The Great Hall, Sydney University, October 5th, 2014 A shot of gazpacho was the perfect antidote to a sweltering Sydney Sunday afternoon as The Renaissance Players directed by founder Winsome Evans, BEM, OAM, presented Gazpacho Andaluz within the cooling stones of the Great Hall at Sydney University. The Renaissance Players…

From The Renaissance Players: Gazpacho Andaluz – A Feast Of Early Music, Song, Dance And Poetry
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From The Renaissance Players: Gazpacho Andaluz – A Feast Of Early Music, Song, Dance And Poetry

The Renaissance Players directed by Prof Winsome Evans OAM presents Gaspacho Andaluz, its 3rd concert series for 2014. Based at The University of Sydney and performing continuously since 1967, The Renaissance Players are Australia’s oldest early music group,  This musical gazpacho encompasses the colours of the performing traditions from the mediaeval court of Alfonso the Wise and from the famous…

The 36th Runnymede Pop Festival
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The 36th Runnymede Pop Festival

Australia’s oldest and most famous early music group The Renaissance Players directed by its founder and international doyen of early music, Associate Professor Winsome Evans BEM OAM, presents the 36th Runnymede Pop Festival, a new 2014 program of medieval European music and poetry.  The line-up for this concert series includes singers Jessica O’Donoghue and Mitchell…