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English Baroque with Circa

Blending circus arts with the music of Purcell, Playford and Dowland, this 90-minute performance will be a concert like no other.

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English Baroque With Circa

Date: 9 Apr 2019

The third collaboration between the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra and Circa brings together the music of 16th and 17th-century England, the voice of soprano Jane Sheldon, and artists of Australia’s leading contemporary circus arts company.

Created by Paul Dyer and Yaron Lifschitz with music by Purcell, Playford and Dowland, this will be a concert like no other.

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