The trio of Simon Callaghan, Jamie Campbell and Ashok Klouda will join once again at Conway Hall to perform an all-Schubert programme, as part of the season’s focus on the German Romantic composer. Free entry for under-26s, courtesy of the CAVATINA Chamber Music Trust.
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Internationally acclaimed ensemble Atéa Wind Quintet (Associate Ensemble in Residence at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire) will be joined by Spanish clarinettist Ausiàs Garrigós Morant at Conway Hall, in a varied programme that ranges from Mozart to Ravel and Bruno Belthoise. Free entry for under-26s, courtesy of the CAVATINA Chamber Music Trust.
Mika Orava was born 1972 in Finland and completed his studies at the Sibelius Academy, receiving his Master of Music degree in 2002. “Mika’s work is extremely rare in its fearless crossing of imaginary borders, in its intensity, and in its out-of-the-box thinking. He is a man of sweeping vision” said Matti Raekallio, Pianist and Professor at The Juilliard School.
Conway Hall is delighted to welcome back the Zoffany Ensemble as they perform string chamber works by Schubert and Brahms, two emblematic figures of the German Romantic sound. Free entry for under-26s, courtesy of the CAVATINA Chamber Music Trust.
Vocal Chords Choir presents an evening celebrating some of the great songs that have been at the heart of political and social change. From the Tollpuddle Martyrs to the present day these songs sung together embolden us with a sense of belonging, rekindling our faith for a better life.
Hear the award-winning harpist Oliver Wass and the Gémeaux Quartet perform an all-French programme featuring Debussy, Caplet and Ravel. Free entry for under-26s, courtesy of the CAVATINA Chamber Music Trust.
Our Spring 2018 Season concludes with Director of Music Simon Callaghan performing Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 3 with members of the London Mozart Players and more. Free entry for under-26s, courtesy of the CAVATINA Chamber Music Trust.
Pianist Maria Canyigueral presents ‘Avant-guarding Mompou’, an exploration of Spanish composer and pianist Frederic Mompou and his Cançons i danses, as part of the Inspired by… series of concerts organised by EUNIC (European Union of National Institutes of Culture) which present new creations by composers from the EU inspired by great European composers.
Carablanca is London’s longest-running tango club. The friendly, informal atmosphere ensures that beginners and visitors mix easily with the regular dancers. Music is traditional Argentine tango, milonga and vals, played in tandas with cortinas by guest DJs.
Join us for a special concert as we celebrate the special platform that Conway Hall provided for women musicians during the first few decades of the Sunday Concerts, since it began in 1887 under the previous name of the South Place Sunday Popular Concerts.