Following the instruction from the UK government, we have had to temporarily close the doors of Conway Hall to safeguard our staff, volunteers, audiences and communities.
Sunday Concerts 2020 Season
Chamber music concerts by renowned musicians from the UK and across Europe.
Conway Hall is Where Ethics Matter
Witness the future generation of music stars, as students from the internationally-renowned conservatoire take to the Conway Hall stage.
Director of Music Simon Callaghan is joined by Benjamin Marquise Gilmore and Ashok Klouda in the second of three concerts traversing the complete piano trios of Ludwig van Beethoven.
Ethical Matters: No Visible Bruises – What We Don’t Know About Domestic Violence Can Kill Us | Monday 18th May
Love, desire, intimacy — we all know what these are meant to look like. But what happens when they descend into violence? Rachel Louise Snyder’s perceptions changed on domestic violence changed when she began talking to the victims and perpetrators.
Ian Dunt sets the principles and practices of liberalism and shows why it remains our most powerful weapon to shatter the shiny lies of populists. Ian Dunt is the editor of Politics.co.uk, and the author of Brexit: What the Hell Happens Now and How to be a Liberal (May 2020).
** New date! ** This one day festival will bring together alternative art schools, peer-support groups and collectives in range of events, performances, discussions, installations and workshops on education, pedagogy, peer-support, co-operation, self-organisation, labour and precarity.
Upcoming Sunday Concerts
British composer, journalist, and lecturer Robert Hugill returns to Conway Hall to give a free pre-concert talk about the evening’s programme.
Galliard Ensemble are joined by Director of Music Simon Callaghan in a programme of classic works for wind ensemble and piano.