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Michaelmas Music 2015

datePosted on 11:32, October 1st, 2015 by Site admin

guitar image from morguefileHyde900 presents a season of concerts at St Bartholomew’s Church, Hyde

Welcome to the sixth anniversary Michaelmas Music programme, in which we celebrate the musical tradition of Hyde Abbey in the acoustic gem of the church of St. Bartholomew, Hyde.

This year’s programme provides a rich mixture of musical forms and styles, ranging from the choral music of the Hyde900 Choir via solo and chamber performances by Mark Eden and the Ebony Trio to the massed ranks of the Hampshire Recorder Sinfonia.

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King Alfred Weekend 2015

datePosted on 12:54, September 27th, 2015 by Site admin

King Alfred statue, WinchesterHyde900 presents a weekend of events around the theme of Alfred the Great, jointly organised by Hyde900 and St Bartholomew’s Church.

Ruler of the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Wessex from AD871 to 899, Alfred subdued the invading Vikings and brought about a new era of learning, culture and law that built the foundations of our modern society. Having been buried in the New Minster in central Winchester for over 200 years, his remains were transferred to the newly-built Hyde Abbey in AD1110. October 26th 2015 marks the 1116th anniversary of his death.

Since 2012, Hyde900 has organised an annual weekend of events on subjects relating to King Alfred and Hyde.

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King Alfred Weekend 2014

datePosted on 16:59, September 24th, 2014 by Site admin

King Alfred statue, Winchester

Hyde900 presents a weekend of events around the theme of Alfred the Great, jointly organised by Hyde900 and St Bartholomew’s Church.

Ruler of the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Wessex from AD871 to 899, Alfred subdued the invading Vikings and brought about a new era of learning, culture and law that built the foundations of our modern society. Having been buried in the New Minster in central Winchester for over 200 years, his remains were transferred to the newly-built Hyde Abbey in AD1110. October 26th 2014 marks the 1115th anniversary of his death.

Since 2012, Hyde900 has organised an annual weekend of events on subjects relating to King Alfred and Hyde.

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