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Venue: St John's Smith Square, Londres

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AddressSmith Square, London
Londres
Greater London
SW1P 3HA
Reino Unido
Google maps51° 29' 44.490" N 0° 7' 37.333" W
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LondresTerence Charlston

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Terence Charlston, Órgano

LondresNadia Wilson & Martin Butler

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Nadia Wilson; Martin Butler

LondresSara Trickey & Daniel Tong

Beethoven, Schubert
Daniel Tong; Sara Trickey

LondresDavid Titterington

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David Titterington, Órgano

LondresYoanna Prodanova & Mihai Ritivouiou

Schumann, Janáček, Shostakovich
Yoanna Prodanova, Violonchelo

LondresTrio Anima

Bax, Alwyn, Boyle, Debussy, Takemitsu
Matthew Featherstone; Rosalind Ventris; Anneke Hodnett

LondresPictures at an Exhibition - Pianograms III

Schubert, Mussorgsky
Mark Bebbington, Piano

LondresFamily Concert: Dinosaurs and Other Creatures

Whitley, Tchaikovsky, Janáček, Williams
Fulham Symphony Orchestra; Marc Dooley
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The Doctor Who of music: Jordi Savall at SJSS

From left: Jordi Savall, Andrew Lawrence-King, Xavier Díaz-Latorre © Amy Ryan Media
Hespèrion XXI dazzle us with virtuosity as they celebrate musical Europe in the heart of Westminster.

Clara Schumann's songs: an evening of pure delight

Sophie Karthäuser © Alvaro Yanez
A fine concert, the first in a series celebrating the bicentenary of Clara Schumann's independent musical mind.

Master and pupil: Beethoven's Septet arranged by Czerny

Boxwood & Brass © Tom Bowles
It is a well-known fact that Beethoven's Septet was one of his most popular works during his lifetime. What is lesser known is that Carl Czerny, his pupil, made a version for wind sextet.

Brass ensemble Septura explores Ravel and Gershwin

Septura © Bethany Clarke
Why don’t brass ensembles have a regular presence in the classical concert scene, in comparison to string ensembles or at least woodwind ensembles? 

Giulio Cesare in Londra with the marvellous EOC

Tim Mead © Benjamin Ealovega
Anna Devin's Cleopatra moved with complete conviction for scheming minx to mature woman in love.

Ex Cathedra for Holy Week at St John’s Smith Square

Ex Cathedra © Paul Arthur
A Lenten programme of 17th-century French and Italian sacred music partially fulfilled its dramatic potential in refined, understated performances. 

A polished London debut recital from George Li

George Li © Simon Fowler
The Chinese American pianist gives a confident, purposeful performance, without his personality quite shining through.

Finely cast Orlando from La Nuova Musica

Lawrence Zazzo © Justin Hyer
Handel’s opera Orlando is famous for the great mad scene at the end of Act 2. Specifically written for the celebrated castrato Senesino, it’s an emotionally powerful ten-minute monologue.