About Us

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Hurly Burly is an early music ensemble based in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada.

We are a local not-for-profit group dedicated to researching and performing early music, most notably music from the Medieval and Renaissance periods.

 

 

Active Members (in alphabetical order):

Kathleen Adamson: Violin, rebec, voice
Karina Bates: Voice, recorders, rebec
Roy Hagman: Voice, vielle, citole, lute-guitar, pipes
Tanah Haney: Voice, harp, recorders
Cindy Ellen Morgan: Voice, dulcimer, harp
Leigh Symonds: Voice, flute 

Guest musician for Spring 2017: Kathy Axcell, flute & vocals

Other Members:

Ken Field (voice, recorders, cornemus) was with us for over a decade, and we still miss him! You can hear Ken on Syng We In Thys Hall, and on our newest recordings, which will hopefully be posted here soon.

Former members Sue Corbishley and Barbara Ratz were with Hurly Burly for many years and lent their talent to our debut recording, “Syng We In Thys Hall” (see our CDs page).

With special thanks for their ongoing support and invaluable assistance to:
Paul Halasz (kitchen elf), Julie Morris (ticket taker), and Marg Morgan (baker extraordinaire).

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. mimosaeffect
    Sep 23, 2012 @ 23:26:43

    Hi Duncan, thanks for dropping by! Glad you liked the songs and pictures. 🙂

    Reply

  2. greenmanharper
    Sep 23, 2012 @ 23:12:46

    What a great picture! Especially the harps….being a Celtic Harper I look for those things.
    And love the sound clips for “Syng…”, will have to have Father Christmas/The Green Knight put one in my stocking or under the kilt.
    Best regards,

    Duncan

    Reply

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