Iestyn Davies and Olivia Chaney

The last of our Jubilee weekend activities was a concert at King’s Place by Iestyn Davies, the counter tenor, and Olivia Chaney, a singer who crosses over between baroque and folk: a very successful combination of contrasting styles of singing, including work by Monteverdi, a lot by Purcell, and several songs which had been composed during lockdown, accompanied by violin, guitar and harmonium.


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