Four Seasons in two medieval days in Clunes and Creswick

By Bronislaw Sozanski
Updated February 19 2018 - 9:48pm, first published 1:22pm

The High Summer instalment of the Four Seasons Festival, in St.John’s Church Creswick, was dedicated to the strong tradition of early music scholarship and performance in this country. The fascination with Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque music remains as strong as ever in teaching institutions and the wider community, with exotic sounds and instruments speaking of a very different style of music-making.

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