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  • Venue
  • Credits


Masterpieces of the 16th Century presented by festival favourites, The Tallis Scholars. The performance is inspired by the music represented within the festival exhibition. The illustrated music manuscripts from workshop of Petrus Alamire, include those of Josquin Desprez, his work the Missa Malheur me bat being one of the most famous.

The concert will highlight the architectural majesty of the Minster through the exquisite beauty of singers who are renowned world-wide for their perfect understanding of these 16th century masterpieces.




Minster Yard North
HU17 0DP


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Venue Access

  • Accessible Toilets
  • Assistance Dogs
  • Blue-Badge Parking
  • Level Access
  • Wheelchair Access

Opening times

Monday 9am-5.30pm (April-October) 9am-4pm (November-March)
Tuesday 9am-5.30pm (April-October) 9am-4pm (November-March)
Wednesday 9am-5.30pm (April-October) 9am-4pm (November-March)
Thursday 9am-5.30pm (April-October) 9am-4pm (November-March)
Friday 9am-5.30pm (April-October) 9am-4pm (November-March)
Saturday 9am-5.30pm (April-October) 9am-4pm (November-March)
Sunday 12pm-5pm

Creative Credits

Directed by Peter Phillips