4 Jan 2019
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)
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.
5 Jan 2019
In 1705 the 20-year-old Bach walked 250 miles from Arnstadt to Lübeck to meet his hero Buxtehude.
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.
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.
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.
6 Jan 2019
Join singer and choir director Sally Davies – known for her work with the Cecil Sharp House Choir and the Wing-it Singers – for an inspiring English folksong workshop.
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.
11 Jan 2019
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.
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.
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