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Beauty in movement, beauty in stillness



A new approach to music and undiscovered instrument combinations. The Elizabethan period fits Black Pencil like a glove: a paradise of experimentation for sound colour and tempo variation. This rich wealth of dances is complemented by the exuberant music of Vivaldi; popularity in a new form. To add light and shadow to this mix, we have included our successful arrangements of Bach’s Kunst der Fuge. An effective contrast for both the ears and the brain!


  • Music from the 16th, 17th and the 18th century (John Dowland, Thomas Morley, William Byrd, Johann Sebastian Bach, Antonio Vivaldi)

  • Duration of the concert is 60 minutes (intermission possible) 


‘Early music that is new and fresh’’ – Klassieke Zaken

Bring the wonders of classical music to life in a new way: amaze the audience and yourself!




J. S. Bach (1685-1750):  Die Kunst der Fuge, Contrapunctus I, V, IX


John Dowland (1563-1626):  Come Again (1597)


John Dowland (1563-1626):  Galliard to Captaine Pipers Pavin (1598)


Thomas Morley (1557/58-1602):  Joyne Hands (1598)


John Dowland (1563-1626):   Can she excuse my wrongs with virtues cloak (1598)


John Dowland (1563-1626):   Pavane Lachrimae  (1596)


Thomas Morley (1557/58-1602):  La Volta (1598)


J. S. Bach (1685-1750):  Die Kunst der Fuge, Contrapunctus VI, X, XI


Thomas Morley (1557/58-1602):  The Frog Galliard (1598)


William Byrd (c.1543-1623):  My Lord of Oxenfords Maske (1598)


Thomas Morley (1557/58-1602):  La Coranto (1598)


Thomas Morley (1557/58-1602):  The Lord Souches Maske (1598)


J. S. Bach (1685-1750):  Die Kunst der Fuge, Contrapunctus XIV


Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741):  Concerto Grosso in C, RV 558

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