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“Hexachordia gave us a really great Shakespearian banquet of music and words” Sarah Walker CBE, August Music Festival, St Lawence Jewry Church, London

"Interesting and entertaining concert" Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge

"Musical treat was pure gold" Eastern Daily Press

"You were terrific. A wonderful way to finish the fortnight for us" Wymondham Festival

"Fascinating, virtuosic performance and a history lesson to boot" Brundall Concert Series

Please visit our Hear us page where you can purchase copies of our four CDs, as well as our booklet on instruments of the Middle Ages. You can also listen to teaser clips from our recordings.

"A top quality performance full of atmosphere and variety” Leicester Mercury (Leicester Early Music Festival)

"The audience loved your concert. It was just perfect for the festival” Harwich Festival of Arts

"A fascinating and most enjoyable concert" Dumfries Music Club

"It was wonderful to see and hear all the different instruments and to learn about their history” Costessey Junior School, Norfolk

"The balance of music, narrative and illustrations was perfect” Mark Mitchels, Middleton, Suffolk

"Thank you so much for giving us another wonderful day of music and entertaining information" The Ipswich School, Suffolk

Hopefully these quotes from the very many testimonials we receive from organisers, audience members and the media speak for themselves.


From our concerts:


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"Your music was just right for the occasion”  the late Rt Hon. Tony Benn, BBC Publications party, The Reform Club

"Thanks for your beautiful music” Dr Veronica Sekules, author and academic, book launch at Castle Acre, Nofolk

“What fun it was! We heard a succession of gentle love songs, comic and bawdy ballads, courtly and folksy dances oh! so deftly woven together. Quite masterly: what preparation must have gone on to put all these elements together in such a satisfying way? They are more than skilled and certainly multi-skilled musicians, able to move with never a hitch, from instrument to instrument, sometimes even from voice to instrument and back again in just one short piece.” Boston Concert Club

From our educational presentations and workshops:


"A big thank you for your excellent performances on Saturday. Here are just a few of the comments made afterwards: Very polished and professional. An obvious love and enthusiasm for their music. One of the best meetings we have ever had.” Suffolk Federation WEA

From our heritage work:


"Your music was splendid!” Dr David Starkey, Elizabeth I Exhibition, National Maritime Museum, Greenwich