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Venue: Charlton House, London

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AddressCharlton Road
London
SE7 8RE
United Kingdom
Google maps51° 28' 35.466" N 0° 3' 2.922" E
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LondonLunchtime Recital - Duoende (piano/diatonic accordion and vocals)

Lunchtime Recital - Duoende (piano/diatonic accordion and vocals)
Duoende; Giulia Grassi; Francesco Berrafato

LondonLunchtime Recital - Katy Smith (violin) & Michel Xie (piano)

Lunchtime Recital - Katy Smith (violin) & Michel Xie (piano)
Tartini, Beethoven, Paganini
Katy Smith; Michel Xie

LondonLunchtime Recital - Bone-Afide Trombone Quartet

Lunchtime Recital - Bone-Afide Trombone Quartet
Telemann, Bourgeois, Apon, Rossini
Bone-Afide Trombone Quartet; Unknown; Isobel Daws

LondonLunchtime Concert - Royal Greenwich Brass Band

Lunchtime Concert -  Royal Greenwich Brass Band
Bernstein, Tchaikovsky, Goedicke, Leizden, Barry, Goffin
Stephen Maw; Royal Greenwich Brass Band; Adam Hebditch

LondonLunchtime Recital - Inês da Costa Bastos (violin) & Kanako Mizuno (piano)

© Stephen Maw
Boulanger, Debussy, Franck
Inês da Costa Bastos; Kanako Mizuno

LondonLunchtime Recital - Duo Hemisphere - Liam Keneally (violin) & Victoire-Théodora Pruvost (piano)

© David Zucchi
Bartók, Enescu
Duo Hemisphere; Liam Keneally; Victoire-Théodora Pruvost

LondonWe’ll Meet Again – Wind and Words of The Second World War

We’ll Meet Again – Wind and Words of The Second World War
Chris Hooker; Dimitri Kennaway; Valerie Fry

LondonLunchtime Recital - Trio Capulet

© David Wong
Beethoven, Lefebvre, Koetsier
Trio Capulet; Rachel Smith; Olivia Watts; Emilie Capulet
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Reactions and Reflections: The music of Les Six at Charlton House

Regeneration is currently at the heart of everything that goes on inside the beautifully preserved Charlton House. Built between 1607 and 1612 by Sir Adam Newton, the building and its grounds remain a fine example of Jacobean domestic architecture.
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