Hear 16th and 17th-century music from Italy, England, France, and Germany, performed by New Zealand’s lute quartet, Straynge Discorde.
Straynge Discorde features New Zealand’s finest lutenists: William Bower, Don King, Stephen Pickett, and William McElwee. The quartet aims to recreate the magical sound of lute ensembles from the 16th and 17th-century houses and courts of Europe. They play songs, dances, and fantasias by composers such as John Dowland, Anthony Holborne, Thomas Morley, and Simone Molinaro.
Find out about the exhibition Angels & Aristocrats