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Jan Chappell in 'Unsung Heroine' - 15th July 2017

B7 Cast and Crew
Jan Chappell in
Unsung Heroine - The Imagined History of Troubadour Countess Beatriz de Dia
15th July 2017
St Mary's Old Church, Stoke Newington Church Street, London N16 9ES

In this musical performance by The Telling, part of the Stoke Newington Early Music Festival, Jan Chappell plays the redoubtable Beatriz, La Comtessa de Dia, a feisty woman troubadour, trapped in a loveless marriage. She meets fellow troubadour Raimbaut d’Aurenga and they embark on a passionate affair. But Beatriz has enemies at court and as summer moves to autumn and events spiral inevitably towards their conclusion, Beatriz channels her feelings into her song A Chantar, the only troubadour song by a woman, where both poetry and melody survive. 

A blending of history and fiction, this intimate concert/play takes you back to the heady atmosphere of 12th century Provence, with plaintive songs and foot-stomping medieval dances. 

For tickets and other information, click here: THE TELLING WITH JAN CHAPPELL.




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