Formed in 2014, Lux Musicae London is dedicated to exploring and recreating the performance practices that were developing across Europe in the 16th and early 17th centuries. With their diverse instrumentation and rhetorically-driven approach to performance, Lux Musicae London’s programmes seek to recreate music from this time while tracing the patterns of musical influences from different sources. Their unique programmes have ranged from Irish influences in John Dowland’s Denmark to the emergence of Flamenco from Moorish and Spanish music.
In 2016 Lux Musicae London were selected as finalists in the Concours International de Journées de Musiques Anciennes in Paris and have since participated in various ensemble schemes including BREMF Live! 2016/17, the AMUZ International Young Artist’s Presentation 2017 and Stroud Green Festival Ensemble Scheme 2019.
They have performed in festivals across Europe and the UK including the London Festival of Baroque, Brighton Early Music Festival, Beverley Early Music Festival, Liverpool Early Music Festival, Stroud Green Early Music Festival, MA Festival Brugge, the Utrecht’s Oude Musiek Festival Fabulous Fringe and AMUZ Laus Polyphoniae.
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