FRIDay, JunE 21 7.30pm: The King’s Singers will perform a programme of Renaissance music by composers including Striggio, Croce and Palestrina. Tickets from £12. 10pm: Aurora Percussion Duo - Delia Stevens and Le Yu will perform original music by Abe, Kopetzki and Reich, and transcriptions of music by Bach, Piazzolla and Rimsky-Korsakov. Tickets from £10. SaTuRDay, JunE 22 7.30pm: Ensemble Meridiana - The quintet will perform a programme titled French Flair: Italian Furore, featuring 18th century music by French and Italian composers, including Vivaldi. Tickets from £12. 10pm: La Morra will perform ballads and madrigals from 14th century Italy with accompaniment on harpsichord, lute and stringed instruments. Tickets from £10. SunDay, JunE 23 3pm: Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment - William Christie will conduct a programme of works by Handel, including operatic arias sung by Croatian mezzo-soprano Renata Pokupic. Tickets from £15. FRIDay, JunE 28 7.30pm: Fretwork: Concert of Viols - A group of five players will celebrate the 450th anniversary of the birth of John Dowland, accompanied by lutenists Elizabeth Kenny and tenor James Gilchrist. Tickets £12. 10pm: The Society of Strange and Ancient Instruments - A hurdy gurdy, nyckelharpa, oud, vielle and other unusual instruments will be used to perform dances, songs and music associated with angels. Tickets from £10. SaTuRDay, JunE 29 7.30pm: The Magdalena Consort - The choral group will perform works by Bach, accompanied by the Baroque Orchestra. Tickets from £12. 10pm: The Webb Family Trio - Violinist Emmanuel Webb, 12, and his brother Gabriel, a nine-yearold cellist, will be accompanied on the piano by their father, Jonathan. Includes music by Haydn and Handel. Tickets from £10. SunDay, JunE 30 3pm: Monteverdi Vespers 1610 - The Festival Choir, and a line-up of specialist early music singers and instrumentalists, end the festival with Monteverdi’s Vesperae Beatae Mariae Virginis. Tickets from £15.