Founded by Director Emily Murphy in 2010, Virtuosa are a prize-winning vocal ensemble based on the concerto delle donne of the 1580s at the court of Ferrara. Prior to the establishment of the concerto, singing had been perceived as an activity for amateur ladies of noble birth who enjoyed the benefits of the court whether they sang or not. However, after the marriage of Duke Alfonso to Margherita Gonzaga, a new group of singing ladies was formed at the young bride's request which resulted in the first female vocal ensemble to be employed as professional musicians within the court.
There is no Rose
Virtuosa are delighted to announce a new recital programme;'There is no rose'. They will be performing the recital at St. John's, Notting Hill, W11 2NN on December 15th 2016 at 19:00
£10 Adults, £8 Concessions & advance booking.
£5 Children (8 -18 years)
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