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music and song connecting the past with the present


The Hexachordia trio currently offer the following concert programmes, all very different in character. Some present music from a particular historical era. Others are based around a theme and offer the opportunity to present a broad spectrum of musical styles spanning the Middle Ages through to the Restoration. All of our concerts feature Hexachordia’s trademark blend of instrumental music, song and narrative.

Music from the Court of Henry VIII

A romp through the royal palaces of the most famous king in British history, taking in his diplomatic triumphs such as the Field of the Cloth of Gold, as well as his less welcome moves like the dissolution of the monasteries.


An Elizabethan Progress

We follow Queen Elizabeth I’s progress of 1578 to East Anglia, playing music she would have heard and danced to at the entertainments put on for the monarch.


The Food of Love

A feast of music and song inspired by the plays of Shakespeare. We play pieces the Bard referred to in his works, on instruments used on his stage.

Hexachordia’s lutenist, Tony Scheuregger, also offers two recital programmes for more intimate concerts

Puddings and Pies

A rich menu of music and song washed down with poetry and verse. We celebrate the nation’s obsession with food and drink over the centuries, ranging from the working man’s fare to the lavish feasts and banquets of the Tudor royal court.



All in a Garden Green

We celebrate the joy of the English garden in music, song and verse, tracing its history from monastic herb gardens to more formal grounds.

Greensleeves and Yellow  Lace

A programme of music and words inspired by style and fashion in sixteenth-century England, from fine lace and dainty slippers to garters and petticoats.



In the Fields in Frost and Snow

Music, mirth and merriment for the festive season, revealing what Christmas and New Year was like for folk at all levels of society in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

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Tastar de Corde

Solo lute music from the early Italian Renaissance


A Merry Mood

Renaissance music from Britain and Europe for two lutes, with Sarah Doig.




Music of the Angels

A celebration of music and musical instruments of medieval England, as depicted in stained glass and angel roofs of East Anglian churches.