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Baroque at the Edge Festival Pass

Save with the Baroque at the Edge Festival Pass, giving you access to all six of the concerts across the weekend for just £75. (Excludes access to family workshop and talk)


Gabriela Montero: Baroque at the Edge

As brilliant an improviser as she is a classical virtuoso, the Venezuelan pianist celebrates the baroque in her own uniquely personal style, with added contributions from Busoni and Liszt.


Liam Byrne: Baroque at the Edge

From sound installations at the V&A to appearing with Damon Albarn on Later with Jools Holland, Liam is one of the leading experimental acoustic/electronic forces in early music today.


Ceruleo - 'Burying the Dead': Baroque at the Edge

Written specially for the London-based baroque ensemble Ceruleo, Clare Norburn’s latest concert-drama takes us back to 1695 and inside the fevered head of Henry Purcell as he lies dying. 


Nora Fischer & Mike Fentross: Baroque at the Edge

The versatile Amsterdam-based singer brings her genre-defying skills to the music of the 17th century, sculpting intimate and exquisite re-imaginings of works by Purcell, Peri, Monteverdi and others.


Dipper Malkin with Nick Hennessey: Baroque at the Edge

The unique combination of John Dipper’s 14-string viola d’amore, Dave Malkin’s finely honed guitar and remarkable vocals and storyteller Nick Hennessey’s passion for reinventing tradition.

Pianist Sophiko Simsive sits by a piano

Free Music Academy of the West Recital - Sophiko Simsive

A showcase featuring music from across the centuries performed by 26-year-old Georgian-born pianist Sophiko Simsive, winner of the Music Academy of the West Solo Piano Competition.

Mezzo-soprano Kelsey Lauritano next to pianist Andrew Sun

Music Academy of the West: Kelsey Lauritano, Andrew Sun

The winners of the Marilyn Horne Song Competition at Santa Barbara’s Music Academy of the West bring an evocative programme of songs to LSO St Luke’s.