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    EVENTS 25.10.14

    Blackall Studios, 73a Leonard Street, London EC2A 4QS

    Albion Baroque (in aid of ‘London Community Foundation’)

    Albion Baroque teams up with ‘The London Community Foundation’ to raise funds for London’s most vulnerable youth. Albion Baroque will perform Ferrandini’s ‘Il pianto di Maria’ with mezzosoprano Melanie Sanders, and incidental music from ‘Abdelazer’ [...]

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    EVENTS 28.10.14

    St George, Hanover Square, Mayfair, London W1S 1FX

    Handel Overtures, arranged for organ by Handel, Walsh and Watts

    Andrew Benson-Wilson plays Overtures (and other pieces) by Handel as arranged for solo organ by Handel, Walsh and John Watts, organist of St George, Hanover Square playing the Handel chamber organ and the new Richards [...]

  • EVENTS 01.11.14

    St. George's Church Hanover Square London W1

    LBS Bachfest 2014 – Organ Music in Time of War

    RCO 12th London Organ Form “Organ Music in Time of War” Karg-Elert, Reger, Widor and the link to Bach.

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    EVENTS 01.11.14

    St John's Downshire Hill

    Hampstead Arts Festival – Natalie Clein (Part 1)

    Natalie performing the six cello suites (over two concerts) for the first time. “Having Natalie Clein perform the complete Bach suites would be a highlight of any festival.” – Eric Siblin, author of The Cello [...]

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    EVENTS 03.11.14

    St. George's Church Hanover Square London W1

    Bach’s Well-tempered Clavier Book 1

    In this, the first of two recitals, Mahan Esfahani plays the Preludes & Fugues BWV 846-857. The remaining Preludes & Fugues will be performed at the second recital on 4 November

  • EVENTS 03.11.14

    St. George's Church Hanover Square London W1

    LBS Bachfest 2014 – A journey to the edge of Reason

    In the first of the Festival’s Lunchtime Recitals, Lisete da Silva (flute) and Robin Walker (organ) present “A journey to the edge of Reason”, an hour of music celebrating the arrival of the enlightenment through [...]

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    EVENTS 03.11.14

    Wigmore Hall, London

    Florilegium with James Gilchrist

    Florilegium and James Gilchrist present a programme of works by Bach and composers who strongly influenced his compositional style. Instrumental works include a Concerto from Cantata BWV152 and chamber concertos by Telemann for 4 instruments [...]