Weaving their story-telling magic and exalting the true spirit of Christmas with hauntingly joyous music, the Mediaeval Baebes have announced they are performing at Truro Cathedral on the 15 December as part of their MydWynter Tour.
Evoking thoughts of the winter festival and its pre-Christian origins, the Mediaeval Baebes will be performing Christmas carol classics, and traditional folksongs and showcasing arrangements from their new MydWynter Album. This spirited show of beguiling choral music will also include innovative settings of ancient and romantic poetry, along with captivating storytelling that uncovers the origins and folklore behind the lyrics.
Accompanied by a dazzling array of exotic and period instruments, this unique take on early music, traditional culture and the magic of folklore brings a unique opportunity to be uplifted and enchanted in this magnificent cathedral.
The Mediaeval Baebes are one of Europe’s most successful female-led, early music and folk ensembles. They have won an Ivor Novella Award for their performance on the BBC serialization ‘The Virgin Queen.’ They have received 2 Emmy nominations, in addition to a Royal Television Society award alongside composer Martin Phipps for their soundtrack to ITV’s hit period drama, ‘Victoria.’
MydWynter is the 11th Studio album and is due for release on 25 November, with many of the tracks being performed live for the very first time during this Christmas celebration.
Join the Mediaeval Baebes and be immersed in glorious merriment. Tickets are now available from www.mediaevalbaebes.com at a cost of £26.50 each and £11.50 for a child.