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York Early Music Christmas Festival

An event in December in North Yorkshire

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The NCEM runs an ambitious national programme of early music including the prestigious York Early Music Christmas Festival.

Various venues are used to showcase European music written between 1250 and 1750 embracing Medieval, Renaissance and the Baroque, with a Christmas theme.

For details of all events taking part during the festival see the website.

Box Office: 01904 658338

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