Royal Consorts
Peninsula Summer Music Festival
6pm Tuesday January 5 2016 
St Peter’s Catholic Church, Byrnes rd Shoreham.
Delve into the world of 17th-century England, with music written for kings and nobles during the tumult of the Civil War, tunes which reverberated in town houses and taverns throughout the country.
Performing on instruments that the composers themselves would have known, Baroque trio Latitude 37 bring to life the music of the English Civil War. Featuring works by Jenkins, Dowland, Simpson and C. Gibbons plus renditions of popular 17th century English tunes such as Greensleeves and John Come Kiss me Now.

Bach and his Ancestors
6pm Wednesday March 30 2016
Melbourne Recital Centre
Southbank Blvd, South bank
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A sumptuous celebration of the music of 17th century Germany, including the stunning Lament by Johann Christoph Bach. Comprising music of great beauty and piety, this concert will conclude with Johann Sebastian Bach’s famous cantata Ich Habe Genug.

Brisbane Baroque
Royal Consort
7.30pm Wednesday 13 April 2016
Brisbane City Hall, 64 Adelaide St, Brisbane
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Admired Australian early music ensemble Latitude 37 has been an integral part of our baroque music festival since its founding.
Known for adventurous and imaginative programming, the core ensemble of Julia Fredersdorff, Laura Vaughan and Donald Nicolson have expanded their numbers for this unique program of English music composed during the time of the Civil War that pitted Oliver Cromwell against King Charles I. Guest performers include violinist Matthew Greco, lutenist Josep Martí Duran, and tenor Brenton Spiteri.
Works by the great Henry Purcell and John Dowland are coupled with compositions by lesser-known but equally skilled composers such as Matthew Locke, John Playford, John Jenkins and Christopher Gibbons.

Bach’s Circle
6pm Tuesday June 14 2016
Melbourne Recital Centre
Southbank Blvd, Southbank
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In this concert, Latitude 37 explore the music of the great J.S. Bach, as well as pieces written by contemporary composers whom he admired such as Buxtehude, Erlebach, Handel and Telemann.

Bach and the New Generation
6pm Monday November 21 2016
Melbourne Recital Centre
Southbank Blvd, Southbank
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Latitude 37 presents a charming program of works that follows the transition of the High Baroque music of Johann Sebastian Bach into the Classical era, with compositions featuring the fortepiano by three of Bach’s sons.