Category Archives: Concerts
The Royal Hospital Chelsea, the historic home of the Chelsea Pensioners, is hosting three concerts this summer: Friday 12th June Rufus Wainwright Saturday 13th June Damien Rice Sunday 14th June Alison Moyet This is the first time that a concert … Continue reading
Friend of Winning Review, JR, writes in “Another hidden venue you may find fascinating is the cavernous disused ‘Tunnel Shaft/Chamber’ Beneath Brunel’s Museum at Rotherhithe, it’s where Queen Victoria Military Band performed on the Opening ceremony to this the … Continue reading
Formed in 2007, the Steinberg Duo are passionate about presenting the wonderful violin and piano repertoire as an equal partnership. Since 2009 they have curated their own recital series in the beautifully intimate setting of the 1901 Arts Club … Continue reading
One of the luxuries of Living in London is that on any given day, whether it be lunchtime or evening there is music to be heard at churches throughout the city. There are so many concerts from which to choose. … Continue reading
The 1901 Arts Club is the brainchild of conductor and violinist Joji Hattori. Whilst living in London, he experienced the shortage of centrally located rehearsal and performance spaces for chamber music. With few options between the private living room … Continue reading
There are lots of choices to experience seasonal music this December but i suggest hearing the work of Alexander Levine in the stunning setting of St Bartholomew the Great. Alexander is a good friend whose works will be part of the … Continue reading
Each Thursday this summer you can drop in and be entertained by an eclectic mix of jazz artists with sandwiches, snacks, cakes, ice cream and drinks available. What’s On at Cadogan Hall.