Rehearsing Henry Hall in the Thames Tunnel Shaft, at the Brunel Museum 

Rehearsing Henry Hall in the Thames Tunnel Shaft, at the Brunel Museum 

Welcome!

We're three parts vied, a friendly collective of chamber musicians who enjoy singing and playing the music of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.  

Most recently, we played Handel, Telemann, Croft and Purcell for a Music for the Moment concert at Wigmore Hall, and a programme inspired by the collection at The Borough Road Gallery.

We've also presented a playlist of English, Restoration music for St. Cecilia and mingled Buxtehude with Kühnel, Schütz, Tunder and Schmelzer for a contemplative, late-night recital.

We enjoyed going underground in September 2017 at the Brunel Museum to cut together reflections on departed friends and colleagues by Auden, Purcell, Heaney, Blow and others. 

Our next concert will be a programme of Bach's Trio Sonatas, on the organ and arranged instrumentally.

We take our name from a line of George Herbert's poem, Easter:

 ...since all music is but three parts vied

                                         And multiplied,