Cadogan Hall - Upcoming events http://www.cadoganhall.com/events/rss/ Upcoming events at Cadogan Hall en-gb <![CDATA[Only Men Aloud]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Sunday 17 December 2017, 7pm

Related Links: "www.onlymenaloud.com":http://www.onlymenaloud.com

Ticket Information: £27.50, £22.50


<p>Welsh male vocal group Only Men Aloud have announced a new Christmas show to get audiences into the festive spirit with dates across the UK. </p> <p>Only Men Aloud have been delighting audiences around the world for well over fifteen years injecting new life and blood into the Welsh Male Voice Choir tradition. </p> <p>The men have become well known for their strong vocals and their varied and eclectic repertoire. A typical <span class="caps">OMA</span> concert will feature many different styles of music from Welsh hymns and folksongs, Opera and Music Theatre all the way to Swing and Pop music. </p> <p>Nearly ten years ago, they were named <span class="caps">BBC</span> One’s &#8216;Last Choir Standing&#8217; and this led to an album deal with Universal Records. In 2010, they won a Classical Brit Award for &#8216;Best Album of the Year&#8217;. They have toured every year since winning the show, all around the world and have worldwide record sales of over 300,000.</p> <p>Over the years, the hugely popular group has built up a strong fan base across the country and were honoured to be asked to sing at the London 2012 Opening Ceremony at the very moment the Olympic Flame was lit. This performance was broadcast to an estimated global TV audience of 900 million people.</p> <p>With support: the young Scottish sensation <strong>Natasha Cook Jenkins</strong>.</p> <p><strong>NB. Please note start time.</strong></p> ]]>
2017-12-17T19:00:00 2017-12-17T19:00:00
<![CDATA[The Sixteen]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 A beautifully festive collection of music from the 16th century to the present day, with works by Palestrina and Lassus, carols by Howells and Rutter, Poulenc’s joyful Quatre motets pour le temps de Noël, as well as traditional favourites like Somerset

Monday 18 & Tuesday 19 December, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Alan Bullard ## Glory to the Christ Child ,pg. John Joubert ## There is no rose ,pg. Trad. Old Basque ## I saw a maiden ,pg. John Rutter ## There is a flower ,pg. Trad. ## Christmas Eve (The Lord at first did Adam make) ,pg. Costeley ## Allons, gay bergeres ,pg. Lassus ## La nuit froide et sombre ,pg. Trad. French ## Quelle est cette odeur (arr. Kitson) ,pg. Poulenc ## Quatre motets pour le temps de Noël ,pg. Kim Porter## Christmas bringeth Jesus (Christmas Eve) ,pg. Howells ## A spotless rose ,pg. Marco Galvani##On Christmas Morn (World Premiere)* ,pg. Trad. ## Somerset Carol ,pg. Poulenc ## Un soir de neige ,pg. Trad. ## Past three o’clock ,pg. Palestrina ## O magnum mysterium; Quem vidistis pastores?; Videntes stellam; Hodie Christus natus est ,pg. Bob Chilcott ## Pilgrim Jesus , ,*Co-commissioned by the Royal Philharmonic Society and Classic FM for the 25th anniversary of Classic FM.

Artists: pg. The Sixteen ,pg. Harry Christophers ## conductor

Ticket Information: £45, £36, £28, £20, £16 ,ENCORE Members: 10% off , ,Series discounts of up to 30% available - see "series page":/tour-dates/choral-at-cadogan-2017-18 for details.


<p>The Sixteen’s 2017 Christmas programme is a beautifully festive collection of music from the 16th century right up to the present day.</p> <p>Poulenc’s work is explored with his joyful <em>Quatre motets pour le temps de Noël</em>, an uplifting celebration of the events of the Christmas story, and the choir revisits his solemn and reflective <em>Un soir de neige</em>. If you are a fan of the more traditional, you can find such delights as Howells’ <em>A spotless rose</em>, and old favourites the <em>Somerset Carol</em> and <em>Past three o’clock</em>.</p> <p>Part of <a href="/tour-dates/choral-at-cadogan-2017-18">Choral at Cadogan 2017-18</a>.</p> ]]>
2017-12-18T19:30:00 2017-12-19T19:30:00
<![CDATA[The Snowman and Carnival of the Animals]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 A film screening of The Snowman with the Mozart Symphony Orchestra providing a live soundtrack, and Saint-Saëns’ Carnival of the Animals, with lots of extras and fun surprises!

Wednesday 20 December, 1.30pm & 4.30pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Howard Blake ## The Snowman (film screening with live orchestra) ,pg. Saint-Saëns ## Carnival of the Animals

Artists: * Mozart Symphony Orchestra , ,pg. Philip Mackenzie ## conductor ,pg. Alice Mackenzie## treble

Related Links: "www.londonmozart.co.uk":http://www.londonmozart.co.uk

Ticket Information: £30, £28, £25, £15* (*restricted view of the screen) ,ENCORE Members: £5 off top price tickets


<p>Give the whole family a magical Christmas treat as The Snowman is shown on the big screen while the Mozart Symphony Orchestra provides a live soundtrack.</p> <p>Saint-Saëns’ Carnival of the Animals will be performed with lots of extras and fun surprises including poetry by Ogden Nash and others, terrible Christmas jokes from the conductor’s podium and wonderful cartoon animations projected onto a screen above the orchestra.</p> <p>Suitable for ages 4 and over.</p> ]]>
2017-12-20T13:30:00 2017-12-20T16:30:00
<![CDATA[Father Christmas and Peter and the Wolf]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Raymond Brigg’s Father Christmas is brought to life on the big screen with live orchestral accompaniment and actors providing the dialogue and sound effects. Prokofiev’s chilling tale of one small boy’s bravery against a wild wolf has thrilled gener

Thursday 21 December, 1.30pm & 4.30pm

Encore Event

Concert Duration: approx. 1&frac12; hours (incl. interval)

Programme: pg. Mike Hewer ## Father Christmas (film screening with live orchestra) ,pg. Prokofiev ## Peter and the Wolf ,

Artists: pg. Philip Mackenzie ## conductor ,pg. Brian Blessed ## narrator ,pg. Simon Murray ## Father Christmas ,pg. Alice Mackenzie ## soprano

Related Links: "www.londonmozart.co.uk":http://www.londonmozart.co.uk

Ticket Information: £30, £28, £25, £15* (*restricted view of the screen) ,ENCORE Members: £5 off top price tickets


<p>Raymond Brigg’s <em>Father Christmas</em> is brought to life this Christmas on the big screen with live orchestral accompaniment from the Mozart Symphony Orchestra and actors providing the dialogue and sound effects.</p> <p>Prokofiev’s chilling tale of one small boy’s bravery against a wild wolf has thrilled generations of children and is the ideal way to introduce young people to orchestral music.</p> <p>The perfect Christmas treat!</p> <p>Suitable for ages 4 and over.</p> ]]>
2017-12-21T13:30:00 2017-12-21T16:30:00
<![CDATA[The Bach Choir]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 A festive evening of Christmas music sung by The Bach Choir, with London City Brass and Philip Scriven at the organ, featuring some of the best carols old and new, and of course plenty of opportunity to stretch the vocal cords and join The Bach Choir in s

Friday 22 December, 7.30pm

Artists: pg. The Bach Choir ,pg. London City Brass ,pg. Philip Scriven ## organ ,pg. Nigel Bates ## percussion ,pg. Matthew Green ## percussion ,pg. David Hill ## conductor

Related Links: "www.thebachchoir.org.uk":http://www.thebachchoir.org.uk

Ticket Information: £32, £24, £18.50, £13.50 ,Students and children under 16: £5 ,Group discounts: 15% off for groups of 6 or more ,20% off for groups of 10 or more


<p>Cadogan Hall is the perfect setting for a festive evening of Christmas music sung by The Bach Choir, with the eight-piece London City Brass and Philip Scriven at the organ.</p> <p>Start your weekend of Christmas celebrations in style with a selection of some of the best carols old and new, and of course plenty of opportunity to stretch the vocal cords and join The Bach Choir in singing your favourites.</p> ]]>
2017-12-22T19:30:00 2017-12-22T19:30:00
<![CDATA[The Temple Church Choir]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 A selection of works displaying the beauty and joy of Christmas music, both sacred and secular: from sparkling arrangements of old favourites to more tender offerings from the 16th to 20th centuries by composers including Sweelinck, Byrd, Reger, Mendelsso

The Temple Church Choir

Saturday 23 December, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Poulenc ## O magnum mysterium ,pg. Sweelinck ## Hodie Christus natus est ,pg. Di Lasso ## Mirabile mysterium ,pg. Sweelinck ## Cantate domino ,pg. Byrd ## Vigilate ,pg. Byrd ## Rorate coeli ,pg. Reger ## Maria Wiegenlied ,pg. Mendelssohn ## Weihnachten ,pg. Lauridsen ## O magnum mysterium ,pg. Arr. Darbourne ## All I want for Christmas ,pg. Darbourne ## Silent night ,pg. Arr. Roberts ## Jingle bells ,pg. Rodney Bennett ## The insect world ,pg. Blake ## I'm Walking in the Air (from The Snowman) ,pg. Arr. Davies ## White Christmas ,pg. Arr. Roberts ## The 2 Days of Christmas ,pg. Arr. Chilcott ## We wish you a merry Christmas

Artists: pg. Roger Sayer ## director

Ticket Information: £31, £27, £23, £19 ,ENCORE Members: pay £27 for top price tickets , ,Series discounts of up to 30% available - see "series page":/tour-dates/choral-at-cadogan-2017-18 for details.


<p>The Temple Church Choir brings with it a selection of works displaying the beauty and joy of Christmas music. Across the centuries the Christmas story has been the inspiration for many extraordinary musical compositions. In this programme some of these are explored in both sacred and secular music. There are sparkling arrangements of some of the old favourites as well as embracing more tender offerings from the 16th to 20th centuries.</p> <p>Part of <a href="/tour-dates/choral-at-cadogan-2017-18">Choral at Cadogan 2017-18</a>.</p> ]]>
2017-12-23T19:30:00 2017-12-23T19:30:00
<![CDATA[London Concertante]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Wednesday 27 December, 7.30pm

Programme: pg. Strauss ## Tales from the Vienna Woods ,pg. Tchaikovsky ## The Nutcracker Suite ,pg. Strauss ## Trisch-Trasch Polka ,pg. Tchaikovsky ## Waltz from Sleeping Beauty ,pg. Brahms ## Hungarian Dance No. 5 ,pg. Schubert ## Rondo for Violin & Strings ,pg. Strauss ## Blue Danube Waltz

Artists: pg. London Concertante ,pg. Ben Norris ## guest director/violin

Ticket Information: £35, £30, £25, £19


<p>London Concertante celebrates Christmas with a host of wonderful Viennese music, including works by the ‘King of Waltzes’ Johann Strauss II, including his masterpiece, the <em>Blue Danube Waltz</em>. Also on the programme are Tchaikovsky’s perennial favourite, <em>The Nutcracker Suite</em>, and Schubert’s delightful and youthful Rondo for violin and strings, performed by rising star and Scottish fiddle sensation Ben Norris.</p> <p>Join London Concertante and get into the spirit of Christmas with this unforgettable night of music!</p> ]]>
2017-12-27T19:30:00 2017-12-27T19:30:00
<![CDATA[London’s New Year’s Day Parade and Festival 1]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Friday 29 December, 7.30pm

Ticket Information: £11


<p>This year, Palm Springs High &#8216;Spirit of the Sands’ Symphonic Band &amp; Visual Corps, Libertyville High School Band, Palm Springs High &#8216;PS Swings&#8217; Jazz Band and LeHigh University Marching 97 will all be taking to the stage showcasing their incredible talents.</p> ]]>
2017-12-29T19:30:00 2017-12-29T19:30:00
<![CDATA[London’s New Year’s Day Parade and Festival 2]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Saturday 30 December, 7.30pm

Ticket Information: £11


<p>This year for 2017, Edmond Memorial Chamber Orchestra, Edmond Santa Fe High School Orchestra, Edmond North High School Orchestra and Walled Lake Northern Marching Knights will all be taking to the stage showcasing their incredible talents.</p> ]]>
2017-12-30T19:30:00 2017-12-30T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Rainer Hersch Orkestra]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Rainer Hersch (BBC Radio 4 & Classic FM) takes to the stage with his very own orchestra of madcap virtuosos to welcome the New Year with an unforgettable evening of laughter and fab music with games, tricks and jokes for conductor, orchestra and audience.

Sunday 31 December, 7pm

Encore Event

Concert Duration: 2 hours 15 minutes including interval

Programme: A brand new dollop of games, tricks and jokes for conductor, orchestra and audience featuring music from (or almost from): , ,pg. Beethoven ## Symphony No. 9 (Choral); Symphony No. 5; Für Elise ,pg. Bizet ## Carmen Overture ,pg. Fusion ## Uke meets Ork ,pg. Glinka ## Ruslan and Ludmila Overture ,pg. Microsoft ## The Windows Waltz ,pg. Mozart ## Eine kleine Nachtmusik; Symphony No. 40 ,pg. Ravel ## Bolero ,pg. Tchaikovsky ## 1812 Overture (for canons and audience) ,pg. Tchaikovsky ## The Nutcracker Suite ,pg. Verdi ## La traviata; Dies irae ,pg. John Williams ## Oscar Medley for Hosepipe and Funnel , ,plus seasonal faves and more. Much, much more!

Artists: * Special guests: Members of The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain , ,pg. Rainer Hersch ## conductor/host ,

Related Links: "www.rainerhersch.com":http://www.rainerhersch.com

Ticket Information: £45 (premium seats), £35, £25, £19 ,Concessions: £2 off ,ENCORE Members: £5 off £35 tickets


<p>Rainer Hersch (<span class="caps">BBC</span> Radio 4 &amp; Classic FM) takes to the stage once again with his very own orchestra of madcap virtuosos to welcome the New Year with an unforgettable evening of laughter and fab music.</p> <p>Nothing is safe from the comic maestro as he whips through witty arrangements of the classics. Yes, it’s a classical concert Jim but not as we know it – all bound together with his award-winning stand-up comedy.</p> <p><em>‘Whether you are a professor of harmony or couldn’t tell a string quartet from a string vest, this is the funniest concert you’ll ever see’</em> (<em>Time Out</em>)</p> ]]>
2017-12-31T19:00:00 2017-12-31T19:00:00
<![CDATA[Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Joshua Bell performs Vivaldi’s ever popular The Four Seasons and the UK premiere of a work for violin and orchestra by Edgar Meyer. Beethoven's exuberant Symphony No. 2 closes the programme.

Friday 12 January, 7.30pm

Artists: pg. Vivaldi ## The Four Seasons ,pg. Edgar Meyer ## Overture for Violin and Orchestra ,pg. Beethoven ## Symphony No. 2

Ticket Information: £50, £40, £30, £20, £10


<p>Following its sold out performances in 2017, the Academy of St Martin in the Fields returns to Cadogan Hall to begin 2018 with a programme full of vitality.</p> <p>The evening offers the opportunity to hear Music Director Joshua Bell, one of today’s most celebrated violinists, starring as soloist in Vivaldi’s ever popular <em>The Four Seasons</em> and in the UK premiere of a vibrant new work for violin and orchestra written by his good friend and collaborator Edgar Meyer.</p> <p>Joshua will also direct the world-famous ensemble in Beethoven’s exuberant Symphony No. 2 – a work which Hector Berlioz claimed “is smiling throughout”.</p> <p><strong>Pre-concert talk from 6.30pm</strong>, free for all ticket holders.<br /> <br /> </p> <p><iframe width="100%" height="300" scrolling="no" frameborder="no" src="https://w.soundcloud.com/player/?url=https%3A//api.soundcloud.com/tracks/352825166&amp;color=%23ff5500&amp;auto_play=false&amp;hide_related=false&amp;show_comments=true&amp;show_user=true&amp;show_reposts=false&amp;show_teaser=true&amp;visual=true"></iframe></p> ]]>
2018-01-12T19:30:00 2018-01-12T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Pod Save America]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Saturday 13 January, 3pm

Ticket Information: £39.50, £32.50, £25


<p><span class="caps">JON</span> <span class="caps">FAVREAU</span> <br /> Jon Favreau served as Barack Obama’s head speechwriter from 2005-2013, a role that was far more senior and influential than Jon Lovett’s. Since leaving the White House, Favreau has spoken about politics and speechwriting to audiences throughout the world, written for publications like The Daily Beast and The Ringer, and started a political podcast with three of his Obama friends in the ideologically diverse bellwether of Los Angeles, California. Jon grew up outside of Boston and graduated from the College of the Holy Cross. <br />  <br /> <span class="caps">JON</span> <span class="caps">LOVETT</span> <br /> Jon Lovett is a straight shooter widely respected on all sides. He earned this reputation (which is seriously fantastic, ask people) as a speechwriter for Hillary Clinton and as a presidential speechwriter in the Obama White House. Jon has written truly excellent speeches, really great, on a range of policy issues. He helped write the president&#8217;s annual remarks to the White House Correspondents Dinner. Many people say Jon is one of the funniest guys to do this. The jokes are just terrific. In the years since he’s become a really big league writer in Hollywood. He had a hit sitcom on <span class="caps">NBC</span> called “1600 Penn” which was cancelled by some crooked, disgusting people. Totally rigged deal. Also Jon has a great brain. He went to Williams, OK? One of the top guys. <br />  <br /> <span class="caps">DAN</span> <span class="caps">PFEIFFER</span> <br /> Despite several members of the Morning Joe panel calling for his firing, Dan Pfeiffer served President Obama for eight years as his Communications Director on both the 2008 Campaign and in the White House and finally as Senior Advisor to the President. In addition to podcasting, he now works in Silicon Valley and  he is a <span class="caps">CNN</span> Contributor. Dan was born in Delaware and has been banned from traveling to Russia by Donald Trump&#8217;s friend Vladimir Putin. <br />  <br /> <span class="caps">TOMMY</span> <span class="caps">VIETOR</span> <br /> Before seeking fame and fortune through podcasting, Tommy Vietor spent nearly a decade working as a spokesman for President Barack Obama. Vietor served as the President Obama’s National Security Spokesman, where he was the media&#8217;s primary contact on all foreign policy and national security issues, and as Assistant White House Press Secretary, where he handled foreign policy, education and labor issues. In case you’re still reading, he was also Obama’s flak in Iowa during the caucuses and worked in his Senate office. Now he spends his days tweeting and getting interrupted by Jon Lovett. He grew up in Boston and graduated from Kenyon College.</p> ]]>
2018-01-13T15:00:00 2018-01-13T15:00:00
<![CDATA[Lovett or Leave It]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Saturday 13 January, 7.30pm

Ticket Information: £39.50, £32.50, £25


<p>Lovett or Leave It is a weekly podcast that marries the entertainment and humour of a variety show with the substance and information of a Sunday Show. It is helmed by Jon Lovett, Pod Save America co-host and a &#8220;straight shooter&#8221; who previously served as a speechwriter to President Obama and then-Senator Hillary Clinton.</p> <p>Each week, Lovett breaks down the week’s news with a rotating panel of comedians, journalists, activists, elected officials and other Friends of the Pod. Lovett or Leave It is Crooked Media’s only podcast that is recorded in front of a live audience every week, which Lovett demanded to fulfil the applause quota in his contract. The show also provides an interactive experience where audience members participate in games and segments in real-time. The show concludes with a few spins of the &#8220;Rant Wheel&#8221; in order to find out which blood-boiling topic the panel will create a diatribe about on the fly.</p> <p>Lovett’s unique skill set and credibility in comedy and politics, combined with the rotating panel of sharp and funny guests, provides the audience with a space where they can laugh at the overwhelming absurdity of the news cycle.</p> ]]>
2018-01-13T19:30:00 2018-01-13T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Celebrating Tonbridge School Music]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Friday 19 January, 7.30pm

Artists: * Tonbridge School Symphony Orchestra, Big Band, Chapel Choir and Vocal Group

Ticket Information: £15, £12


<p>An evening of music showcasing the excellence and variety of music a Tonbridge School, performed by numerous school ensembles as well as recent Old Tonbridgians.</p> ]]>
2018-01-19T19:30:00 2018-01-19T19:30:00
<![CDATA[The Pink Singers]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Saturday 20 January, 7.30pm

Ticket Information: £30, £25, £20, £10 , ,Groups of 6–10: 10% off ,Groups of 11+, please call the Box Office on 020 7730 4500.


<p>Join The Pink Singers, Europe’s longest-running <span class="caps">LGBT</span>+ choir, as we present a night of iconic and unforgettable hits from movies past and present.</p> <p>90 Pink Singers, with musical director Murray Hipkin and piano accompanist John Flinders, are joined by a live band as we follow up our sell-out 2014 concert, <em>A Night at the Movies</em>. Expect romance, suspense, drama, passion and mystery through singing and dancing at this eclectic and entertaining show.</p> <p>One night only!</p> ]]>
2018-01-20T19:30:00 2018-01-20T19:30:00
<![CDATA[The Railway Children - A Musical]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Starring Olivier Award-winners Rebecca Trehearn and Paul Baker, the lush, sweeping sounds of this sparkling new musical adaptation of the E. Nesbit classic will make for a stirring and magical evening.

Sunday 21 January, 6.30pm

Artists: Cast includes: , ,pg. Deborah Crowe ## Mother ,pg. Rebecca Trehearn ## Bobbie ,pg. Rob Houchen ## Peter ,pg. Emma Harrold ## Phyllis ,pg. David Birrell ## Father ,pg. Paul Baker ## Mr Perks ,pg. Maggie Service ## Mrs Perks ,pg. James Bolam##The Old Gentleman ,pg. Jonathan Dudley ## Jim/Mr Szezcpansky ,pg. Jack McCann ## Mr Connolly , ,pg. Alex Parker ## conductor ,pg. Jordan Murphy ## director , ,* The Alex Parker Orchestra

Ticket Information: £47.50, £40, £32.50, £27.50


<p>Adapted from E. Nesbit&#8217;s timeless classic, <em>The Railway Children</em> follows Bobbie, Peter and Phyllis as they move to the countryside of Edwardian England with their mother after their father disappears. In a new and unfamiliar place, the children quickly fall in love with the nearby railway, making friends and having various adventures while Mother desperately tries to make ends meet through her writing. But what will become of the people the children meet – the Russian who arrives tired and ill, the schoolboy who breaks his leg in the tunnel, or the mysterious Old Gentleman? And where is Father? </p> <p>Olivier Award-winners Rebecca Trehearn and Paul Baker, with television grandee James Bolam, star in this sparkling new musical adaptation. Accompanied by 24 members of the Alex Parker Orchestra, the lush, sweeping sounds of <em>The Railway Children</em> will make for a moving and magical evening.</p> <p>Music by Alex Parker<br /> Book &amp; lyrics by Katie Lam<br /> Based on the book by E. Nesbit</p> ]]>
2018-01-21T18:30:00 2018-01-21T18:30:00
<![CDATA[Kensington Symphony Orchestra]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Stravinsky's Violin Concerto, modelled on Bach, is performed by Fenella Humphreys, and is coupled with Schubert's 'Great' Ninth Symphony.

Tuesday 23 January, 7.30pm

Concert Duration: approx. 1 hour 40 mins (incl. interval)

Programme: pg. Stravinsky ## Violin Concerto ,pg. Schubert ## Symphony No. 9 (Great) ,

Artists: pg. Russell Keable ## conductor ,pg. Fenella Humphreys ## violin

Ticket Information: £22.50, £20, £16, £13


<p>Written for the young virtuoso Samuel Dushkin, Stravinsky&#8217;s Violin Concerto was modelled on Bach, who inspired the bouncy motor rhythms of the opening Toccata, the beautiful cantilena of the second Aria and the leaping lines of the final Capriccio.</p> <p>With its exceptional rhythmic energy and blissfully ardent slow movement, Schubert&#8217;s mighty Ninth Symphony, better known as the &#8216;Great&#8217;, is his orchestral masterpiece. Written in 1828, the year of his death, it was not performed until 1839, conducted by Mendelssohn, after being discovered by Schumann who intensely admired its &#8216;heavenly length&#8217;.</p> ]]>
2018-01-23T19:30:00 2018-01-23T19:30:00
<![CDATA[A Country Night in Nashville]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Friday 26 January, 7.30pm

Ticket Information: £35


<p>A Country Night In Nashville recreates the scene of a buzzing Honky Tonk in downtown Nashville, perfectly capturing the energy and atmosphere of an evening in the home of country music.</p> <p>Prepare to be transported on a musical journey through the history of Country, featuring songs from its biggest stars both past and present. Hits from Johnny Cash to Alan Jackson, Dolly to the Dixie Chicks, Willie Nelson to Little Big Town, are showcased by the amazing vocals of Dominic Halpin, Shelly Quarmby and their fabulous backing band, The Hurricanes.</p> <p>With songs including <strong><em>Ring Of Fire, Crazy, Follow Your Arrow, It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere, Need You Now, 9-5</em></strong>, and <strong><em>The Gambler</em></strong> to name just a few, this incredible celebration of country music is a night not to be missed.</p> ]]>
2018-01-26T19:30:00 2018-01-26T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Talon - The Best of Eagles]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 This world class seven-piece band are a phenomenon and have truly transcended the tag of ‘tribute’, performing all the classic Eagles Greatest Hits from their timeless back catalogue including Hotel California, Take It Easy, One Of These Nights, Take

Saturday 27 January 2018, 7.30pm

Show Comments

Related Links: "www.talonmusic.co.uk":http://www.talonmusic.co.uk

Ticket Information: £29.50


<p>Over the last two decades Talon have risen from humble beginnings to one of the most successful theatre touring shows in the UK and the 20th Anniversary Tour will once again feature all those classic ‘Eagles Greatest Hits’ from their timeless back catalogue including <em>Hotel California, Take It Easy, One Of These Nights, Take It To The Limit, Desperado, Lyin’ Eyes, Life In The Fast Lane</em> and many more.</p> <p>This world class seven-piece band are a phenomenon and have truly transcended the tag of ‘tribute’. They have become a brand name in their own right who are not only revered by their peers, respected by the music industry but dearly loved by their massive and expanding fan base that together have become a ‘family’. In the summer of 2016 Talon were nominated in seven different categories by the Agents Association of Great Britain at the National Tribute Music Awards, winning ‘Official UK No. 1’ (Eagles tribute show), ‘Marketing &amp; PR’, ‘Lifetime Achievement’ award, and the big one, ‘Best Band’ (in all categories).</p> <p>The ability of Talon to evolve and go from strength to strength in delivering bigger and better shows year on year continues once again with what promises to be an EVENT…</p> <p><em>“Talon perform the songs of the Eagles with reverence and super talent”</em> (Jack Tempchin, Eagles Hit Songwriter).</p> ]]>
2018-01-27T19:30:00 2018-01-27T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Jack Jones]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Sunday 28 January 2018, 7pm

Ticket Information: £35


<p>One of the world’s most loved international singing stars, Jack Jones lights up a stage &#8211; any stage, anytime, anywhere. He still stands head and shoulders above his musical peers.</p> <p>Jack Jones has sung all his life. He has 60 albums to his credit, two Grammys and another five nominations, an Emmy, and awards too numerous to mention.</p> <p>As Mel Tormé put it, “the greatest ‘pure’ singer in the world.” Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett said he was ‘Numero Uno’!</p> <p>Perhaps best known for his hit renditions of <em>The Impossible Dream, Lollipops and Roses, What I Did For Love, The Race Is On, Lady, Call Me Irresponsible</em> and <em>The Loveboat</em> theme among others, he&#8217;s proving yet again, at the age of 80, just what took him to the top, touring his favourite country.</p> <p>Come join Jack and celebrate his 80th birthday. A show not to be missed!</p> ]]>
2018-01-28T19:00:00 2018-01-28T19:00:00
<![CDATA[Shelby Lynne & Allison Moorer]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 With 24 albums, Grammy, Oscar and many other awards between them sisters Shelby Lynne and Allison Moorer share that kind of transcendent musical bond. It’s as deep, haunting, knowing and beautiful as the Alabama woods they once called home.

Tuesday 30 January, 7.30pm

Related Links: "www.undertheappletree.co.uk":http://www.undertheappletree.co.uk ,

Ticket Information: £35, £29.50


<p>Support: Teddy Thompson.</p> <p>The best relationships between singers are symbiotic yet mystical. Whether it’s a shared sixth sense or finely tuned intuition, no one has to ask who takes what part. With 24 albums, Grammy, Oscar and many other awards between them sisters Shelby Lynne and Allison Moorer share that kind of transcendent musical bond.</p> <p>It’s as deep, haunting, knowing and beautiful as the Alabama woods they once called home. Both sang as soon as they could form words, but music is the only language they have ever needed to communicate with and understand each other.</p> <p>Hosted by “Whispering” Bob Harris <span class="caps">OBE</span>.</p> <p>Support: 7.30pm<br /> Headline: 8.30pm</p> ]]>
2018-01-30T19:30:00 2018-01-30T19:30:00
<![CDATA[The Classic Rock Show 2018]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 The critically acclaimed live show returns to the UK to bring us Guitar Greats - World Tour 2018, an amazing new live production celebrating the world’s greatest guitarists and legendary performances by the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page (Led Zeppeli

Wednesday 31 January, 7.30pm

Promoter: Chas Cole for CMP Entertainment

Ticket Information: £37.50, £27.50


<p>Celebrating the world’s greatest guitarists.</p> <p><strong><em>‘The classic rock fan’s ultimate live jukebox!’</em></strong></p> <p>As testimony to the ever-increasing popularity of Classic Rock music, the critically acclaimed live show <em>The Classic Rock Show</em> returns to the UK to bring us <strong><em>Guitar Greats &#8211; World Tour 2018</em></strong>, an amazing new live production celebrating the world’s greatest guitarists.</p> <p>Paying tribute to many of the world’s all-time guitar greats, The Classic Rock Show’s world-class musicians power through Classic Rock’s finest moments, celebrating legendary performances by the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin), Mark Knopfler (Dire Straits), Walter Becker (Steely Dan) , Eric Clapton, Angus Young (AC/DC), Brian May (Queen), Joe Walsh (The Eagles), Paul Kossoff (Free), Peter Green (Fleetwood Mac) and Pete Townsend (The Who) plus many more.</p> <p>Performed with note-for-note precision, bringing the original iconic and era-defining recordings back to life on stage, with a sound and light show to match.</p> <p>Anthem after anthem, riff after riff, solo after solo – <em>The Classic Rock Show</em> takes you on a musical journey through two and a half hours of foot-stomping fun, culminating in a show-stopping guitar duel that is definitely not to be missed.</p> <p>A gem of a rock show &#8211; sore throat guaranteed!</p> ]]>
2018-01-31T19:30:00 2018-01-31T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Adagio: musique et lumière]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Pianist Elizabeth Sombart performs selections from her recent recording Favourite Adagios with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in a brand new setting.

Friday 2 February, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Mozart ## Overture to Marriage of Figaro ,pg. Mozart ## Andante from Piano Concerto No. 23 in A major ,pg. Grieg ## Excerpts from Peer Gynt Suite ,pg. Grieg ## Adagio from Piano Concerto ,pg. ## ~ Interval # ,pg. Tchaikovsky ## Polonaise from Eugene Onegin ,pg. Rachmaninov ## Adagio sostenuto from Piano Concerto No. 2 ,pg. Weber ## Overture to Der Freischütz ,pg. Chopin ## Larghetto from Piano Concerto No. 2 ,pg. Brahms ## Hungarian Dance No. 5 ,

Artists: * Royal Philharmonic Orchestra , ,pg. Elizabeth Sombart ## piano ,pg. Pierre Vallet ## conductor

Ticket Information: £32, £28, £22, £16 ,Concessions £2 off ,ENCORE Members: £5 off top price tickets , ,Group bookings: 20% off for groups of 10 or more - please call the Box Office on 020 7730 4500


<p>Following the success of her recent recording <em>Favourite Adagios</em>, pianist Elizabeth Sombart returns to London to perform selections from the album with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in a brand new setting. Adagio movements from the great piano concertos are set in relief against much-loved orchestral works in a special <em>musique et lumière</em> performance, conducted by Pierre Vallet.</p> <p>Elizabeth has performed in the world&#8217;s most prestigious venues &#8211; Carnegie Hall, Wigmore Hall, Concertgebouw (Amsterdam), Suntory Hall (Tokyo), Théâtre des Champs Elysées (Paris). She has recorded an extensive discography, published several books, and been honoured in France for lifetime achievements and services to music.</p> ]]>
2018-02-02T19:30:00 2018-02-02T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Four Seasons Film Festival 2018]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Saturday 3 & Sunday 4 February

Related Links: "www.fourseasonsfilmfestival.com":http://www.fourseasonsfilmfestival.com


<p>Holmlands is proud to launch the Four Seasons Film Festival in partnership with Green Owl Films in a celebration of independent film, music, art and photography.</p> <p>Held at Cadogan Hall, the festival aims to showcase the full spectrum of human emotion in a series of ground-breaking and inspiring feature films that exemplify the moods of the annual seasons.</p> <p>Full schedule:</p> <h2>Saturday 3 February</h2> <p><strong>Features</strong><br /> 11:00 Spring Screening 1: Chasing Niagara<br /> 14:00 Spring Screening 2: Late Blossom Blues<br /> 17:00 Summer Screening 1: One Year on a Bike<br /> 20:00 Summer Screening 2: At the Drive-In</p> <p><strong>Shorts</strong> <em>(included within all ticket prices)</em><br /> 10:30 Spring Short Selection Screening <br /> 16:30 Summer Short Selection Screening <br /> <br /> </p> <h2>Sunday 4 February </h2> <p><strong>Features</strong><br /> 11:00 Autumn Screening 1: Blue Hollywood<br /> 14:00 Autumn Screening 2: Selling Isobel<br /> 17:00 Winter Screening 1: The Seventh Summit<br /> 20:00 Winter Screening 2: Magnetic &amp; This is Home Double Bill</p> <p><strong>Shorts</strong> <em>(included within all ticket prices)</em><br /> 10:30 Autumn Short Selection Screening <br /> 16:30 Winter Short Selection Screening <br /> <br /> </p> <h2>Monday 5 February </h2> <p>19:00 Awards Presentation<br /> <br /> </p> <h2>Ticket Packages available: </h2> <h3>Four Seasons Pass Stalls £100</h3> <p>Full weekend pass for all eight feature screenings across spring, summer, autumn and winter festival categories; our short film selection; art and photography exhibitions and live music performances.</p> <p><a href="https://secure.cadoganhall.com/event/four-seasons-pass-stalls/book/?performance=4291" title="Four Seasons Pass Stalls £100" style="background-color: #cf0400; padding: 0px 7px; border-bottom: 1px solid #cf0400; border-radius: 4px; color: #FFF; display: inline-block; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; font-weight: bold; line-height: 28px; text-align: center; text-decoration: none">&nbsp;<span class="caps">BUY</span> <span class="caps">FOUR</span> <span class="caps">SEASONS</span> <span class="caps">PASS</span> <span class="caps">STALLS</span> £100&nbsp;</a> <br /> <br /> </p> <h3>Four Seasons Pass <span class="caps">VIP</span> Gallery £150</h3> <p>Full weekend pass for all eight feature screenings across spring, summer, autumn and winter festival categories; our short film selection; art and photography exhibitions and live music performances. The <span class="caps">VIP</span> pass includes gallery seating with a private bar and a ticket to our exclusive awards party on Monday 5th February.</p> <p><a href="https://secure.cadoganhall.com/event/four-seasons-pass-vip-gallery/book/?performance=4292" title="Four Seasons Pass VIP Gallery" style="background-color: #cf0400; padding: 0px 7px; border-bottom: 1px solid #cf0400; border-radius: 4px; color: #FFF; display: inline-block; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; font-weight: bold; line-height: 28px; text-align: center; text-decoration: none">&nbsp;<span class="caps">BUY</span> <span class="caps">FOUR</span> <span class="caps">SEASONS</span> <span class="caps">PASS</span> <span class="caps">VIP</span> <span class="caps">GALLERY</span> £150&nbsp;</a> <br /> <br /> </p> <h3>Spring &amp; Summer Pass Stalls £50</h3> <p>Saturday pass for four feature screenings listed in the spring and summer festival categories. Access to our short film selection; art and photography exhibitions and live music performances on Saturday 3rd February only.</p> <p><a href="https://secure.cadoganhall.com/event/spring-and-summer-pass-stalls/book/?performance=4294" title="Spring & Summer Pass Stalls" style="background-color: #cf0400; padding: 0px 7px; border-bottom: 1px solid #cf0400; border-radius: 4px; color: #FFF; display: inline-block; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; font-weight: bold; line-height: 28px; text-align: center; text-decoration: none">&nbsp;<span class="caps">SPRING</span> &amp; <span class="caps">SUMMER</span> <span class="caps">PASS</span> <span class="caps">STALLS</span> £50&nbsp;</a> <br /> <br /> </p> <h3>Spring &amp; Summer Pass <span class="caps">VIP</span> £85</h3> <p>Saturday pass for four feature screenings listed in the spring and summer festival categories. Access to our short film selection; art and photography exhibitions and live music performances on Saturday 3rd February only. The <span class="caps">VIP</span> pass includes gallery seating with a private bar and a ticket to our exclusive awards party on Monday 5th February.</p> <p><a href="https://secure.cadoganhall.com/event/spring-and-summer-pass-vip-gallery/book/?performance=4293" title="Spring & Summer Pass VIP" style="background-color: #cf0400; padding: 0px 7px; border-bottom: 1px solid #cf0400; border-radius: 4px; color: #FFF; display: inline-block; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; font-weight: bold; line-height: 28px; text-align: center; text-decoration: none">&nbsp;<span class="caps">SPRING</span> &amp; <span class="caps">SUMMER</span> <span class="caps">PASS</span> <span class="caps">VIP</span> £85&nbsp;</a> <br /> <br /> </p> <h3>Autumn &amp; Winter Pass Stalls £50</h3> <p>Sunday only pass for four feature screenings listed in the autumn and winter festival categories. Access to our short film selection; art and photography exhibitions and live music performances on Sunday 4th February only.</p> <p><a href="https://secure.cadoganhall.com/event/autumn-and-winter-pass-stalls/book/?performance=4296" title="Autumn & Winter Pass Stalls" style="background-color: #cf0400; padding: 0px 7px; border-bottom: 1px solid #cf0400; border-radius: 4px; color: #FFF; display: inline-block; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; font-weight: bold; line-height: 28px; text-align: center; text-decoration: none">&nbsp;<span class="caps">AUTUMN</span> &amp; <span class="caps">WINTER</span> <span class="caps">PASS</span> <span class="caps">STALLS</span> £50&nbsp;</a> <br /> <br /> </p> <h3>Autumn &amp; Winter Pass <span class="caps">VIP</span> £85</h3> <p>Sunday pass for four feature screenings listed in the autumn and winter festival categories. Access to our short film selection; art and photography exhibitions and live music performances on Sunday 4th February only. The <span class="caps">VIP</span> pass includes gallery seating with a private bar and a ticket to our exclusive awards party on Monday 5th February.</p> <p><a href="https://secure.cadoganhall.com/event/autumn-and-winter-pass-vip-gallery/book/?performance=4295" title="Autumn & Winter Pass VIP" style="background-color: #cf0400; padding: 0px 7px; border-bottom: 1px solid #cf0400; border-radius: 4px; color: #FFF; display: inline-block; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; font-weight: bold; line-height: 28px; text-align: center; text-decoration: none">&nbsp;<span class="caps">AUTUMN</span> &amp; <span class="caps">WINTER</span> <span class="caps">PASS</span> <span class="caps">VIP</span> £85&nbsp;</a> <br /> <br /> </p> <h3>Individual Feature Screening Tickets Stalls £15</h3> <p>Individual tickets for feature screenings across all season categories. Access to our short film selection; art and photography exhibitions and live music performances on the day of your individual screening ticket is included.</p> <p><em><span class="caps">SELECT</span> <span class="caps">YOUR</span> <span class="caps">CHOSEN</span> <span class="caps">INDIVIDUAL</span> <span class="caps">FEATURE</span> <span class="caps">SCREENING</span> <span class="caps">FROM</span> <span class="caps">THE</span> <span class="caps">DROPDOWN</span> <span class="caps">ABOVE</span> <span class="caps">RIGHT</span></em></p> ]]>
2018-02-03T11:00:00 2018-02-04T20:00:00
<![CDATA[The Sixteen Choir and Orchestra]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Vivaldi’s Gloria is one of sacred music’s most uplifting choral works. Bach's Mass in G complements it perfectly, along with Vivaldi's Sinfonia from La Dorilla and Handel's Overture from Esther.

Wednesday 7 February, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Vivaldi ## Sinfonia from La Dorilla, RV 709 ,pg. Bach ## Mass in G major, BWV 236 ,pg. Handel ## Overture from Esther, (1st version) ,pg. Vivaldi ## Gloria in D major, RV 589

Artists: pg. Harry Christophers ## conductor

Ticket Information: £45, £36, £28, £20, £16 ,16 Patrons and ENCORE Members: 10% off


<p>Vivaldi’s Gloria is one of sacred music’s most uplifting choral works and a joyful hymn of praise with moments ranging from festive brilliance to profound sadness. Composed in Venice, probably in 1715, for the choir of the Ospedale della Pietà, its wonderfully sunny nature and distinctive melodies and rhythms gives it an immediate and universal appeal.</p> <p>Bach was a fierce admirer of Vivaldi’s work, and his extraordinarily inventive Mass in G major complements the Gloria perfectly.</p> ]]>
2018-02-07T19:30:00 2018-02-07T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Joe Brown]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Thursday 8 February, 7.30pm

Ticket Information: £35


<p>With special guest Henry Gross. </p> <p>Joe Brown <span class="caps">MBE</span> is unique, a genuine one-off. With a history that spans music hall, skiffle, rock ’n’ roll, theatre, films, TV, radio and even circus (his Grandfather performed with Buffalo Bill), there aren’t many that can claim such an entertaining background. He is one the very few to have successfully traversed the years and the genres and still be absolutely contemporary.</p> <p>A real survivor and a mega musical talent, the musician’s musician Joe Brown has seen it all and, as his fans can testify, his tales of life on the road are, quite simply, hilarious. He has stories and jokes &#8211; and he knows how to tell ‘em.</p> <p>So now for a real treat and, for the first time ever&#8230; Just Joe, the man by himself, uncut, solo, uncensored, an audience with. <span class="caps">JUST</span> <span class="caps">JOE</span> will see Joe talk about his early days, growing up in a pub in London’s East End, discovering Skiffle, becoming a rock&#8217;n&#8216;roll pioneer and touring with the likes of Eddie Cochran, Billy Fury and Gene Vincent before headlining shows with The Beatles as the opening act. The heady days of rock ’n’ roll will be laid bare and the evening promises to be an intimate glimpse into the hectic world of one of Britain’s most enduring and best-loved performers.</p> <p>This show, however, will not only be stories and anecdotes it will feature a lot of music, aided and abetted by his old friend Henry Gross, Joe will play many a song and do what he does better than almost anyone else – entertain with a capital E.</p> <p>US-born <strong>Henry Gross</strong> is no stranger to the stage either. A superlative guitarist, he founded the chart-topping group Sha Na Na and was the youngest musician to play Woodstock. Subsequently he built a significant solo career and regularly performs <em>Shannon</em>, his self-penned No. 1 worldwide hit.</p> <p>Joe commands a stage like no other. His musical skills are legendary, his repartee renowned. Indeed, Joe Brown &#8211; up close and personal -what could be more entertaining and what could be more of a treat!</p> ]]>
2018-02-08T19:30:00 2018-02-08T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Royal Philharmonic Orchestra]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Step back in time to the Golden Age of Hollywood with vocalist Louise Dearman. Featuring sparkling romantic classics as well as charming highlights from your favourite musicals such as The Wizard of Oz, Mary Poppins, Cabaret and many more!

Wednesday 14 February, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Artists: pg. Stuart Barr ## conductor ,pg. Louise Dearman ## vocalist ,pg. Petroc Trelawny ## presenter

Related Links: "www.rpo.co.uk":http://www.rpo.co.uk/

Ticket Information: £50, £40, £30, £20 ,ENCORE Members: £5 off top 3 prices ,Series discounts available – see "series page":/tour-dates/royal-philharmonic-orchestra-2017-18-resident-season for details.


<p>Step back in time to the Golden Age of Hollywood for a Valentine’s Day to remember. Featuring sparkling romantic classics as well as charming highlights from your favourite musicals such as <em>The Wizard of Oz, Mary Poppins, Cabaret</em> and many more! With their infectious and upbeat melodies, these toe-tapping tunes will have you singing all the way home.</p> <p><em>Programme to include:</em><br /> <strong><em>Somewhere Over The Rainbow, Marilyn Monroe Suite, New York, New York, Gershwin in Hollywood, Selections from Cabaret, The Trolley Song, With a Song in my Heart, Mary Poppins Medley, Don’t Rain On My Parade…</em></strong> and many more!</p> ]]>
2018-02-14T19:30:00 2018-02-14T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Carly Paoli]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 The English/Italian classical singer showcases songs from her highly-anticipated debut album, Singing My Dreams - an enchanting collection of classical and classic pieces, and original compositions – some featuring lyrics by Carly herself.

Thursday 15 February, 7.30pm

Ticket Information: £75 (includes an exclusive Meet & Greet with the artists after the show), £35, £25


<p>Join Carly Paoli for an exclusive London headline show. The English/Italian classical singer showcases songs from her highly-anticipated debut album, <em>Singing My Dreams</em> &#8211; an enchanting collection of classical and classic pieces, and original compositions – some featuring lyrics by Carly herself. <em>Singing My Dreams</em> is the personal story of a little girl who fell in love with the <span class="caps">MGM</span> musicals; a teenager who sang in the piazzas of Puglia; a student who studied her craft at Tring Park and the Royal Northern College of Music; a rising international star who has sung with &#8211; and is lauded by &#8211; luminaries including Andrea Bocelli, Elaine Paige, David Foster and, on several occasions, José Carreras.</p> <p><em>“Carly is a wonderful person to work with. I admire her voice, artistry and her charisma. It’s a pleasure for me to sing with her.”</em> (José Carreras)</p> <p><em>&#8220;The world really is hers for the taking.&#8221;</em> (You magazine, Mail on Sunday)</p> ]]>
2018-02-15T19:30:00 2018-02-15T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Maslenitsa Celebration Concert]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Friday 16 February, 7.30pm

Concert Duration: 1 hour 40 mins (no interval)

Ticket Information: £15, £10, £5


<p>Festival Maslenitsa/Russian Week in London is celebrating its 10th anniversary! Maslenitsa is a well-loved spring festival marking the end of the winter, and the concert is the culmination of a vibrant week of activities across the capital. The concert at Cadogan Hall will be a focal point of the Maslenitsa week.</p> <p>The programme will feature a wide range of dance and music from classical and folk to crossover, performed by Russian artists and groups visiting specially for the occasion and their London-based colleagues. Together they will showcase traditional and contemporary Russian arts through music, song and dance, providing a unique and entertaining evening for everyone who loves Russian culture and for those who are still discovering the country’s rich heritage.</p> <p>Happy Maslenitsa!</p> ]]>
2018-02-16T19:30:00 2018-02-16T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Mozart Symphony Orchestra]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Philip Mackenzie conducts a programme of works by Bernstein, Copland and Gershwin, followed by Tajikistani composer Tolibkhon Shakhidi's Viola Concerto. Featuring soloists Malcolm Forbes-Peckham, piano, and Matthew Jones, viola.

Saturday 17 February, 7.30pm

Programme: pg. Bernstein ## Symphonic Dances from West Side Story ,pg. Copland ## Appalachian Spring ,pg. Gershwin ## Rhapsody in Blue ,pg. Tolibkhon Shakhidi ## Viola Concerto

Artists: pg. Malcolm Forbes-Peckham ## piano ,pg. Matthew Jones ## viola ,pg. Philip Mackenzie ## conductor

Ticket Information: £30, £27, £25, £20


<p>Malcolm Forbes-Peckham takes time off from the smash hit West End musical <em>An American in Paris</em> to join the Mozart Symphony Orchestra in this sumptuous evening of mostly American music. Also in the programme is the world premiere of Shakhidi’s Viola Concerto, performed by international soloist and professor of viola at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Matthew Jones.</p> ]]>
2018-02-17T19:30:00 2018-02-17T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Orion Orchestra]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 The first and last symphonies of Mozart in the launch of a new 3-year concert series, Alpha and Omega, inspired by the first and last orchestral works of some of the world's greatest composers.

Sunday 18 February, 6pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Mozart ## Symphony No. 1 ,pg. ## Composition for Dyson Technologies (world premiere by the winner of the Orion Composers Competition 2018) ,pg. Mozart ## Symphony No. 41 (Jupiter)

Artists: pg. Toby Purser ## conductor

Related Links: "www.orionorchestra.org.uk":https://www.orionorchestra.org.uk/

Ticket Information: £40, £30, £20, £10 ,Students/Under 18s: 50% off bottom three prices ,ENCORE Members: £5 off top three prices


<p>Launching a 3-year concert series at Cadogan Hall, <em>Alpha and Omega</em> is inspired by the first and last orchestral works of some of the world&#8217;s greatest composers. </p> <p>The concert also includes the resulting work of our 2018 Orion Composers Competition, where our winning composer has been set the unusual challenge of writing a special commission for Dyson Technologies and Orchestra, combining an orchestra with acoustic and engineering phenomena to create sound. As a collaboration between composer, Orion and Dyson, one thing we know for sure is that it will be a unique work, and a fascinating celebration of music and technology.</p> <p>Mozart’s First Symphony, written aged eight just around the corner from Cadogan Hall, already contains a motif in the second movement which can be found in many of Mozart’s subsequent works, including as the main subject of the last movement of the <em>Jupiter</em>, his final symphony, and one which takes Mozart’s compositional audacity to his furthest extremes.</p> <p>In collaboration with Dyson.</p> ]]>
2018-02-18T18:00:00 2018-02-18T18:00:00
<![CDATA[National Youth Chamber Choir]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 How great were the ‘great composers’ in their twenties? With music by twenty somethings past and present including Monteverdi, Purcell, Vaughan Williams, Britten and Billy Joel.

Tuesday 20 February, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Monteverdi ## O primavera, gioventú de l’anno; Rimanti in pace ,pg. Ramsey ## Sleep, fleshly birth ,pg. Weelkes ## As Vesta was from Latmos Hill ,pg. Purcell ## Hear my prayer, O Lord ,pg. Vaughan Williams ## No longer mourn for me ,pg. Britten ## Hymn to the Virgin ,pg. Campbell ## Ave Maria ,pg. Leighton ## God’s grandeur ,pg. Owain Park ## Shakespeare love songs ,pg. David Hamilton ## Caliban’s song ,pg. Swingle ## It was a lover ,pg. Trad. American ## Shenandoah ,pg. Trad. Hawaiian ## Sanoe ,pg. Trad. Irish ## Star of the County Down ,pg. Sting ## Fields of gold ,pg. Billy Joel ## Lullaby ,pg. Webster/Harris ## Spider-Man

Artists: pg. Ben Parry ## director

Ticket Information: £31, £27, £23, £19 ,ENCORE Members: pay £27 for top price tickets , ,Series discounts of up to 30% available - see "series page":/tour-dates/choral-at-cadogan-2017-18 for details.


<p>How great were the ‘great composers’ in their twenties, and to what extent had their talents found what we now recognise as their distinctive voices? This concert features a range of music by twenty- somethings past and present, performed by the outstanding twenty-somethings of the National Youth Chamber Choir of Great Britain.</p> <p><strong>5.30pm-6.30pm: Public Masterclass</strong><br /> Peter Phillips leads the <span class="caps">NYCC</span> in a masterclass offering a unique insight into matters of performance practice as well as an opportunity to learn more about the repertoire itself.</p> <p>Part of <a href="/tour-dates/choral-at-cadogan-2017-18">Choral at Cadogan 2017-18</a>.</p> ]]>
2018-02-20T19:30:00 2018-02-20T19:30:00
<![CDATA[London Chamber Orchestra]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 The Orchestra continues its season-long journey through emotions in music exploring the empathy between three great Austrian composers: Haydn, Mozart and Schubert, including Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 17 with soloist Freddy Kempf, and Schubert's Fifth Sy

Thursday 22 February, 7.30pm

Programme: pg. Haydn ## Symphony No. 64 ,pg. Mozart ## Piano Concerto No. 17 in G major ,pg. Schubert ## Symphony No. 5

Artists: pg. Freddy Kempf ## piano ,pg. Christopher Warren-Green ## conductor

Related Links: "www.lco.co.uk":http://www.lco.co.uk/ , ,"www.helenanddouglas.org.uk":http://www.helenanddouglas.org.uk/ , ,"www.momiji-uk.net":http://momiji-uk.net/mhouse/house_e.html

Ticket Information: £60* (premium seat), £40, £30, £20, £10 , ,*£60 premium seat includes an interval drinks reception held by tonight's charities.


<p>Continuing the Orchestra&#8217;s season-long journey through emotions in music, it explores the empathy between three great Austrian composers who supported and championed each other’s music.</p> <p>Haydn’s own nickname for his Symphony No. 64 was <em>Tempora mutantur</em> (Times change) &#8211; perhaps inspired by the work’s radical slow movement which breaks musical rules for emotional effect. The good-natured Piano Concerto No. 17 by Haydn’s great friend Mozart is one of his very finest, and is performed in our concert by much-loved British pianist, Freddy Kempf.</p> <p>From a slightly later era, Schubert made no secret of his love for the music of Mozart and Haydn, and his high-spirited Symphony No. 5 exudes the influence of both his earlier compatriots.</p> <p><em>Proceeds from the concert will go to two leading children’s hospices:</em><br /> <em>Helen &amp; Douglas House (UK) and Momiji House (Japan).</em></p> <p>Buy a premium ticket and get access to the charities’ interval drinks reception.</p> ]]>
2018-02-22T19:30:00 2018-02-22T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Clare Teal and her BIG Mini Big Band]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Friday 23 February, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Ticket Information: £31, £25, £19 ,ENCORE Members: £5 off top price tickets


<p>A celebration of popular music from the golden age of song &#8211; upbeat and uplifting to the extreme. </p> <p>This brand new show sees award-winning vocalist and Radio 2 presenter Clare Teal and her excellent musicians effortlessly traverse a rich landscape of timeless and sparkling material, with standards from the grand masters of the <em>Great American Song Book</em>, Cole Porter and Rodgers &amp; Hart to witty and urbane song stylists of the 50s and 60s- Cy Coleman , Carolyn Leigh and Dave Brubeck, there’s always a nod to more contemporary writers and originals too.</p> <p>This ensemble built to demonstrate the thrill and power of the big band age, packed with fantastic jazz players capable of taking flight at any given moment gives a great backdrop for Clare to communicate her eclectic songbook of intimate ballads, roaring blues, sophisticated swing and fiery latin tunes; in fact grooves of every kind are in abundance.</p> <p>With arrangements by world-renowned trumpeter and composer Guy Barker and jazz pianist extraordinaire Jason Rebello, songs include <em>Cry Me A River, Take Five, What Is This Thing Called Love, I Wish You Love, I’ll Take Romance, It Don’t Mean A Thing If It Ain’t Got That Swing, How Long Has This Been Going On, Perfidia, There’ll Be A Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight&#8230;</em></p> <p>As one of the UK’s greatest interpreters of song and much loved performers, Clare and her Big Mini Big Band promise an evening of inspired music and unbridled entertainment, coupled with Clare’s warm and witty storytelling a night to be remembered is guaranteed!</p> ]]>
2018-02-23T19:30:00 2018-02-23T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Chelsea Opera Group Chorus and Orchestra]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Saturday 24 February, 7pm

Concert Duration: approx. 3 hours (incl. interval)

Programme: pg. Rossini ## Mosè in Egitto (Moses in Egypt)

Artists: * Chelsea Opera Group Chorus and Orchestra , ,pg. Robin Newton ## conductor

Related Links: "www.chelseaoperagroup.org.uk":http://www.chelseaoperagroup.org.uk

Ticket Information: £38, £33, £25.50, £15


<p>This is a rare opportunity to hear Rossini’s Moses opera in the finely crafted original Italian version. It tells the story of the love of a young Jewish girl for the son of the Egyptian Pharaoh at the time of the enslavement of the Israelite minority in Egypt.</p> <p>Among its highlights are the superbly atmospheric opening <em>Scene of the Shadows</em>, an unforgettable portrait of an entire people plunged into the deepest misery, and the closing scene whose celebrated <em>Prayer</em> prefaces the parting of the waves, as Moses leads the Israelites to freedom and their own promised land.</p> <p><em>Concert performance in Italian with English surtitles.</em></p> <p><strong>5.45pm: Pre-concert talk</strong><br /> by Richard Osborne (for ticket holders only)</p> ]]>
2018-02-24T19:00:00 2018-02-24T19:00:00
<![CDATA[English Chamber Orchestra]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Saint-Saëns’ First Cello Concerto and Tchaikovsky's Rococo Variations with soloist Nicolas Altstaedt, and two of Haydn's most exuberant symphonies, including the brilliant No. 97, and : a sensation in London in 1792

Nicolas Altstaedt

Sunday 25 February, 7pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Tchaikovsky ## Variations on a Rococo Theme ,pg. Haydn ## Symphony No. 80 ,pg. Saint-Saëns ## Cello Concerto No. 1 ,pg. Haydn ## Symphony No. 97

Artists: * English Chamber Orchestra , ,pg. Nicolas Altstaedt ## cello/conductor

Ticket Information: £45, £35, £25, £10 , ,ENCORE Members: £5 off top price tickets , ,Book two or more ECO concerts and receive 20% off - see "series page":/tour-dates/english-chamber-orchestra-2018 for other concerts.


<p>When Joseph Haydn came to Britain, he sparked a Georgian media-frenzy – and he knew that London audiences deserved only the very best. Two of his most exuberant symphonies are at the heart of this concert, including the brilliant No. 97: a sensation in London in 1792, and just as entertaining in 2018!</p> <p>The award-winning Nicolas Altstaedt shares his passion tonight, and plays two delightful showpieces for his own instrument, the cello. Tchaikovsky’s <em>Rococo Variations</em> is a sparkling celebration of the 18th century by Russia’s supreme master of melody. And as for Saint-Saëns’ First Cello Concerto: well, romance just doesn’t get more elegant.</p> ]]>
2018-02-25T19:00:00 2018-02-25T19:00:00
<![CDATA[The Doctors' Orchestra]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Brahms' Piano Concerto No. 1 with soloist Jayson Gillham, and Beethoven's sunny Fourth Symphony, conducted by Stephen Brearley. Mozart's Don Giovanni Overture opens the concert.

Monday 26 February, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Concert Duration: approx. 2 1/4 hours

Programme: pg. Mozart ## Overture to Don Giovanni ,pg. Beethoven ## Symphony No. 4 ,pg. Brahms ## Piano Concerto No. 1

Artists: pg. Stephen Brearley ## conductor ,pg. Jayson Gillham ## piano

Related Links: "www.freedomfromtorture.org":https://www.freedomfromtorture.org/

Ticket Information: £35, £25, £15 ,ENCORE Members: £5 off top two prices ,Students: £10


<p>From the doom-laden opening chords of Mozart&#8217;s <em>Don Giovanni</em> Overture to the exuberant, life-affirming final pages of Brahms&#8217;s youthful First Piano Concerto by way of one of Beethoven&#8217;s sunniest, even-numbered symphonies, the ninth concert given by the Doctors&#8217; Orchestra in support of Freedom from Torture runs the gamut of emotions and musical styles.</p> <p>The orchestra is joined in the Brahms concerto by the winner of the Montreal International Music Competition, Jayson Gillham, whose playing has been described by Sir Mark Elder as having “a sort of ‘glow&#8217; … always a lovely sound &#8211; gorgeous!”</p> ]]>
2018-02-26T19:30:00 2018-02-26T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Royal Philharmonic Orchestra]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Brimming with mythical imagery and drama, a concert of Mussorgsky’s terrifying Night on the Bald Mountain, Tchaikovsky’s wonderful Violin Concerto, Sibelius’ mesmerising Nightride and Sunrise and extracts from Khachaturian’s Spartacus Suite.

Tuesday 27 February, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Mussorgsky ## Night on Bald Mountain ,pg. Tchaikovsky ## Violin Concerto ,pg. Sibelius ## Nightride and Sunrise ,pg. Khachaturian ## Spartacus Suite - excerpts

Artists: pg. Alexander Shelley ## conductor ,pg. Yi-Jia Susanne Hou ## violin

Related Links: "www.rpo.co.uk":http://www.rpo.co.uk/

Ticket Information: £40, £32.50, £25, £15 ,ENCORE Members: £5 off top 3 prices ,Series discounts available – see "series page":/tour-dates/royal-philharmonic-orchestra-2017-18-resident-season for details. , ,"BUY ENCUE TICKETS HERE":https://rpostore.myshopify.com/products/myths-and-fairytales-ii-27-feb-encue-ticket


<p>Brimming with mythical imagery and incredible drama, this concert brings together pieces such as Mussorgsky’s terrifying <em>Night on Bald Mountain</em>, Tchaikovsky’s wonderful Violin Concerto, performed by the immensely talented Yi-Jia Susanne Hou, Sibelius’ mesmerising <em>Nightride and Sunrise</em> and a delightful array of extracts from Khachaturian’s <em>Spartacus Suite</em>.</p> <p><strong>EnCue by Octava – enriching your concert experience</strong><br /> The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra invites you to enjoy an enhanced live listening experience, exclusive to the <span class="caps">RPO</span>&#8217;s <em>Myths and Fairytales</em> series. EnCue by Octava is a downloadable concert-enhancing app that delivers real-time programme notes to your mobile or tablet device. Connect to the our WiFi and enrich your listening experience throughout the concert by viewing real-time information about the works you hear; at the exact moment the action is happening on stage. Enjoy this new experience in a designated seating area.</p> <p><a href="https://rpostore.myshopify.com/products/myths-and-fairytales-ii-27-feb-encue-ticket"><span class="caps">BUY</span> <span class="caps">ENCUE</span> <span class="caps">TICKETS</span> <span class="caps">HERE</span></a><br /> <br /> <br /> </p> <p><img src="/files/images/applicationfiles/1705.4959.brand_bartlett_supported/400x400.fitdown.png" alt="" /></p> ]]>
2018-02-27T19:30:00 2018-02-27T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Russian State Philharmonic]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 An all-Russian programme featuring Valentina Lisitsa as the soloist in Rachmaninov's virtuosic Third Piano Concerto, followed by Tchaikovksy's dramatic Fourth Symphony. Khachaturian's Masquerade Suite opens the concert which is conducted by Valery Polyans

Thursday 1 March, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Tchaikovsky ## Romeo & Juliet Overture ,pg. Rachmaninov ## Piano Concerto No. 3 ,pg. Tchaikovsky ## Symphony No. 4

Artists: pg. Valery Polyansky ## conductor ,pg. Valentina Lisitsa ## piano

Ticket Information: £45 (premium seats), £42, £35, £28, £22, £18 , ,ENCORE Members: ,premium seats for £42, £42 seats for £35 , ,Series discounts of up to 25% available - see "series page":/tour-dates/zurich-international-orchestra-series-2017-18 for details


<p>Cadogan Hall is delighted to welcome back the enormously popular Russian State Philharmonic with its Music Director Valery Polyansky, recognized today as a leading interpreter of the works of Rachmaninov and Tchaikovsky.</p> <p>Rachmaninov himself said that the third was his personal favourite amongst his piano concertos, requiring breathtaking virtuosity from both soloist and orchestra. Valentina Lisitsa joins them for one of the most difficult and physically demanding works for pianists.</p> <p>Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 4, written soon after the collapse of his brief and disastrous marriage, is saturated with the idea of fate, or as the composer wrote ‘that fatal force which prevents the impulse to happiness from attaining its goal’. The vigorous finale, incorporating a famous Russian folk song, swings from the dark emotions of the first movement to a more triumphant mood.</p> <p>Part of <a href="/tour-dates/zurich-international-orchestra-series-2017-18">Zurich International Orchestra Series 2017-18</a></p> ]]>
2018-03-01T19:30:00 2018-03-01T19:30:00
<![CDATA[RNCM and Paris Conservatoire Symphony Orchestra]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Musicians from two of the world's leading conservatoires perform alongside one another in a programme of Debussy, Elgar and Wagner.

Friday 2 March, 7.30pm

Concert Duration: approx. 2 hours 15 mins

Programme: pg. Debussy ## Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune ,pg. Elgar ## Enigma Variations ,pg. Wagner ## The Ring, an orchestral adventure (arr. de Vlieger)

Artists: * Royal Northern College of Music Symphony Orchestra ,* Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris , ,pg. Markus Stenz ## conductor

Related Links: "www.rncm.ac.uk":http://www.rncm.ac.uk ,"www.conservatoiredeparis.fr":http://www.conservatoiredeparis.fr

Ticket Information: £40 (premium seats) £32, £27, £18


<p>A new generation of international musicians from two of the world&#8217;s leading conservatoires perform alongside one another for the first time in a programme inspired by musical life in wartime 1918. </p> <p>An orchestra of over 90 players from the Royal Northern College of Music (<span class="caps">RNCM</span>) and the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris (<span class="caps">CNSMDP</span>) perform works by three great European masters &#8211; Debussy, Elgar and Wagner &#8211; conducted by the German conductor Markus Stenz. </p> <p>Manchester&#8217;s Hallé Orchestra, under Sir Thomas Beecham, performed several all-Wagner concerts throughout the First World War. 100 years on, this compilation from the operatic cycle known as <em>The Ring</em> compresses its finest orchestral music into a fiery spectacle &#8211; an extraordinary challenge for even the most talented young musicians.</p> <p>This concert forms part of Paris-Manchester 1918, a partnership project between the Royal Northern College of Music (<span class="caps">RNCM</span>) and the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris (<span class="caps">CNSMDP</span>) that combines performance and research to shed light on the musical life of Paris and Manchester during the First World War.</p> ]]>
2018-03-02T19:30:00 2018-03-02T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Royal Philharmonic Orchestra]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 This ethereal concert explores the nostalgic sound-worlds of Humperdinck, Wagner and Grieg, including Wagner’s delightful Wesendonck Lieder, with mezzo-soprano Madeleine Shaw, and excerpts from Grieg’s ever-popular Peer Gynt.

Sunday 4 March, 3pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Humperdinck ## Overture to Hansel & Gretel ,pg. Wagner ## Wesendonck Lieder ,pg. Grieg ## Peer Gynt - excerpts

Artists: pg. Alexander Shelley ## conductor ,pg. Madeleine Shaw ## mezzo-soprano

Related Links: "www.rpo.co.uk":http://www.rpo.co.uk

Ticket Information: £40, £32.50, £25, £15 ,ENCORE Members: £5 off top 3 prices ,Series discounts available – see "series page":/tour-dates/royal-philharmonic-orchestra-2017-18-resident-season for details. , ,"BUY ENCUE TICKETS HERE":https://rpostore.myshopify.com/products/myths-and-fairytales-iii-4-march-encue-ticket


<p>This ethereal concert explores the nostalgic sound-worlds of Humperdinck, Wagner and Grieg. Humperdinck’s stirring opening Overture is where the magical story begins, leading into Wagner’s delightful <em>Wesendonck Lieder</em>, performed here by exceptional mezzo-soprano Madeleine Shaw. This atmospheric programme concludes with excerpts from Grieg’s ever-popular and lyrical <em>Peer Gynt</em>. </p> <p><strong>EnCue by Octava – enriching your concert experience</strong><br /> The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra invites you to enjoy an enhanced live listening experience, exclusive to the <span class="caps">RPO</span>&#8217;s <em>Myths and Fairytales</em> series. EnCue by Octava is a downloadable concert-enhancing app that delivers real-time programme notes to your mobile or tablet device. Connect to the our WiFi and enrich your listening experience throughout the concert by viewing real-time information about the works you hear; at the exact moment the action is happening on stage. Enjoy this new experience in a designated seating area.</p> <p><a href="https://rpostore.myshopify.com/products/myths-and-fairytales-iii-4-march-encue-ticket"><span class="caps">BUY</span> <span class="caps">ENCUE</span> <span class="caps">TICKETS</span> <span class="caps">HERE</span></a><br /> <br /> <br /> </p> <p><img src="/files/images/applicationfiles/1705.4959.brand_bartlett_supported/400x400.fitdown.png" alt="" /></p> ]]>
2018-03-04T15:00:00 2018-03-04T15:00:00
<![CDATA[Rachid Gholam presents: Song of the Soul]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Rachid Gholam’s captivating _Song of the Soul_ is a nostalgic and unforgettable journey into the spellbinding history of Sufi poetry and music.

Friday 9 March 2018, 7pm

Artists: pg.Rachid Gholam##vocals

Ticket Information: Tickets: £35, £30, £24


<p>Rachid Gholam’s captivating <em>Song of the Soul</em> is a nostalgic and unforgettable journey into the spellbinding history of Sufi poetry and music. A homage to the ‘saints of love’, revered Moroccan singer Gholam’s new project is inspired by the transcendence of the Sufi experience and the legacy of its iconic poetry and symbolism. </p> <p>Covering the expansive history of Sufi music and philosophy, <em>Song of the Soul</em> spans its geographical reach from the Persian Mountains to the Andalusian coast, uncovering the Iraqi Maqam, Aleppo Qadud and the Andulsian Muwashahat on its way.</p> ]]>
2018-03-09T19:00:00 2018-03-09T19:00:00
<![CDATA[Thames Philharmonic Choir]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Choral masterpieces including Bernstein's impressive Chichester Psalms, and Mozart's Requiem. Barber's heart-achingly beautiful Adagio for Strings completes the programme.

Thames Philharmonic Choir

Saturday 10 March, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Mozart ## Requiem ,pg. Bernstein ## Chichester Psalms ,pg. Barber ## Adagio for Strings

Artists: pg. Katherine Crompton ## soprano ,pg. tba ## countertenor ,pg. Adam Tunnicliffe ## tenor ,pg. Edward Grint ## bass ,pg. John Bate ## conductor

Related Links: "www.thamesphilhchoir.org.uk":http://www.thamesphilhchoir.org.uk

Ticket Information: £28, £25, £18, £12 ,ENCORE Members: £5 of top two ticket prices


<p>Leonard Bernstein&#8217;s impressive choral masterpiece, the <em>Chichester Psalms</em>, here celebrates his centenary; pianist, conductor and composer, in jazz, classical and musical theatre (<em>West Side Story</em>), he was a giant of 20th-century American music.</p> <p>The first half of the programme is completed by the heart-achingly beautiful <em>Adagio for Strings</em> by his compatriot Samuel Barber; originally the slow movement of a string quartet, it was frequently played by Toscanini as an encore.</p> <p>Mozart&#8217;s Requiem needs little introduction; mysteriously commissioned, and left unfinished at his death, it is one of the most popular of all choral-orchestral works, containing page after page of his finest music.</p> ]]>
2018-03-10T19:30:00 2018-03-10T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Royal Philharmonic Orchestra]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Shostakovich’s energetic Piano Concerto No. 2 with pianist Dmitry Masleev, and Tchaikovsky's passionate Sixth Symphony, the Pathétique, are preceded by Weber's charming Euryanthe Overture and Martucci's lush Notturno.

Tuesday 13 March, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Weber ## Euryanthe Overture ,pg. Martucci ## Notturno ,pg. Shostakovich ## Piano Concerto No. 2 ,pg. Tchaikovsky ## Symphony No. 6 (Pathétique)

Artists: pg. Christoph König ## conductor ,pg. Dmitry Masleev ## piano

Related Links: "www.rpo.co.uk":http://www.rpo.co.uk

Ticket Information: £40, £32.50, £25, £15 ,ENCORE Members: £5 off top 3 prices ,Series discounts available – see "series page":/tour-dates/royal-philharmonic-orchestra-2017-18-resident-season for details.


<p>This concert opens with the charming Overture to Weber’s opera <em>Euryanthe</em>, a work which paved the way for Wagner’s operatic innovations. This is followed by Martucci’s lush and pensive <em>Notturno</em>.</p> <p>The Orchestra is then joined by Dmitry Masleev for Shostakovich’s energetic Piano Concerto No. 2, before the evening is drawn to a close by Tchaikovsky’s monumental Symphony No. 6, known as the <em>Pathétique</em> Symphony. The Symphony bursts with passion; Tchaikovsky himself described the piece many times in his letters as the best thing he had ever composed.</p> ]]>
2018-03-13T19:30:00 2018-03-13T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Classical Opera and The Mozartists]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 MOZART 250’s exploration of the year 1768 continues with a rare performance of Haydn’s one-act cantata ‘Applausus’.

Thursday 15 March, 7.30pm

Programme: pg. Haydn ## Applausus

Artists: pg. Ellie Laugharne ## Temperantia ,pg. Elspeth Marrow ## Prudentia ,pg. Thomas Elwin ## Justitia ,pg. John Savournin ## Fortitudo ,pg. David Shipley ## Theologia ,pg. The Mozartists ,pg. Ian Page ## conductor ,

Ticket Information: £55 (premium seats), £50, £42, £36, £28, £18


<p>Ian Page and The Mozartists continue their ground-breaking chronological journey through Mozart’s life, works and influences with an overdue reassessment of Haydn’s fascinating and unjustly neglected <em>Applausus</em> cantata. Commissioned to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Cistercian abbot taking his monastic vows in the small Austrian town of Zwettl, this work has been largely forgotten, but the music is revelatory, ranging from the <em>Sturm und Drang</em> dynamism of its two bass arias to two exquisite tenor concertante arias featuring extended solos for harpsichord and violin respectively.</p> <p>The work is sung in Latin, its allegorical plot recalling medieval literary traditions as the four cardinal virtues of Temperance, Prudence, Justice and Fortitude – joined by the personification of Theology – extol their host’s qualities and achievements. The text, though, is primarily a vehicle for uplifting contemplation and Haydn’s beautiful music.</p> <p>A superb cast of young British singers is headed by soprano Ellie Laugharne – described by <em>Opera</em> as “a joy to behold” and by <em>The Guardian</em> as “a genuinely magnetic stage presence” – tenor Thomas Elwin and bass David Shipley, with Elspeth Marrow and John Savournin making their company débuts as Prudentia and Fortitudo.</p> <p><strong>6.15pm-6.45pm: Free pre-concert talk in the main auditorium</strong><br /> Conductor and artistic director Ian Page provides an overview of Applausus and its historical context.</p> <p><em>&#8220;These young singers and a period-instrument orchestra &#8211; packed with many of the wisest practitioners in the business &#8211; deliver uniformly superb interpretations.&#8221;</em> (<em>Gramophone</em>)</p> ]]>
2018-03-15T19:30:00 2018-03-15T19:30:00
<![CDATA[SWR Symphony Orchestra Stuttgart]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Sir Roger Norrington conducts an all-Beethoven programme, including the Third Piano Concerto, with the acclaimed Swiss pianist Francesco Piemontesi, and the Third Symphony, the Eroica.

Friday 16 March, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Beethoven ## The Creatures of Prometheus Overture ,pg. Beethoven ## Piano Concerto No. 3 ,pg. Beethoven ## Symphony No. 3 (Eroica)

Artists: pg. Sir Roger Norrington ## conductor ,pg. Francesco Piemontesi ## piano

Ticket Information: £45 (premium seats), £42, £35, £28, £22, £18 , ,ENCORE Members: ,premium seats for £42, £42 seats for £35 , ,Series discounts of up to 25% available - see "series page":/tour-dates/zurich-international-orchestra-series-2017-18 for details


<p>Sir Roger Norrington, fêted for his historically informed performances of Beethoven, was the widely acclaimed Chief Conductor with the Stuttgart Radio Orchestra for 13 years. He continues to shape the music world with his inquisitive, provocative approach and this evening he joins the orchestra as Conductor Emeritus.</p> <p>Swiss pianist Francesco Piemontesi has been widely praised for his ‘playful, assertive, intelligent music making, with bone-china clarity’ (<em>The Times</em>). He performs Beethoven’s Third Piano Concerto which is among the first of Beethoven’s mature masterworks.</p> <p>Beethoven’s Symphony No. 3 conducted by Sir Roger Norrington promises to be an outstanding highlight of this year’s concert series.</p> <p>Part of <a href="/tour-dates/zurich-international-orchestra-series-2017-18">Zurich International Orchestra Series 2017-18</a></p> ]]>
2018-03-16T19:30:00 2018-03-16T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Rumours of Fleetwood Mac]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 The world’s finest tribute to Fleetwood Mac performs the legendary 'Rumours' album note-for-note and in its entirety... plus much much more!

Saturday 17 March, 7.30pm

Related Links: "www.rumoursoffleetwoodmac.com":https://www.rumoursoffleetwoodmac.com/

Ticket Information: £25.50; Gold Circle tickets: £35.50


<p>Performing the legendary <em>Rumours</em> album note-for-note and in its entirety&#8230; plus much much more!</p> <p>Rumours of Fleetwood Mac, the world’s finest tribute to Fleetwood Mac, returns to the stage in 2018 with a brand new show celebrating 40 years of the iconic <em>Rumours</em> album. </p> <p>Encompassing nearly five decades of legendary music and channeling the spirit of Fleetwood Mac at their very best, Rumours of Fleetwood Mac offer a unique opportunity for fans, both old and new, to rediscover the songs and performances that have ensured Fleetwood Mac’s place as one of the most-loved bands of all time.</p> <p>Personally endorsed by Fleetwood Mac founding member, Mick Fleetwood, Rumours of Fleetwood Mac is the ultimate tribute to one of rock and roll’s most remarkable groups.</p> ]]>
2018-03-17T19:30:00 2018-03-17T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Ealing Choral Society]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Considered one of the composer's supreme achievements and one of the most significant Mass settings of the period, Beethoven's Missa Solemnis - for orchestra, choir and soloists - was completed in 1823.

Sunday 18 March, 7pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Beethoven ## Missa Solemnis

Artists: pg. Ealing Choral Society ,pg. Sinfonia Britannica , ,pg. Mhairi Lawson ## soprano ,pg. Samantha Price ## mezzo-soprano ,pg. James Way ## tenor ,pg. Ashley Riches ## bass ,pg. Dr Jonathan Williams ## conductor

Ticket Information: £24, £17, £10 ,ENCORE Members: 10% off


<p>The Missa Solemnis in D Major, Op. 123 is a solemn mass composed by Ludwig van Beethoven from 1819 to 1823, around the same time as his Ninth Symphony. It was first performed on 7 April 1824 in St Petersburg, Russia, under the auspices of Beethoven&#8217;s patron Prince Nikolai Galitzin. It is considered one of the composer&#8217;s supreme achievements and one of the most significant Mass settings of the period. While it is not Beethoven&#8217;s first religious work, it is generally regarded as the one in which he expressed himself most fully.</p> <p>The challenging nature of this dramatic work &#8211; for orchestra, choir and soloists &#8211; means that it can be less frequently performed than other works. Enjoy this rare opportunity to experience a true masterpiece.</p> ]]>
2018-03-18T19:00:00 2018-03-18T19:00:00
<![CDATA[London Concert Choir ]]> Holy Trinity Church, Sloane Square, SW1X 9BZ 0.00000000 0.00000000 A new choral piece by award-winning composer Alison Willis, celebrating life, love, togetherness and hope, is framed by two works for choir and soloists by Vaughan Williams.

Tuesday 20 March, 7.30pm

Programme: pg.Vaughan Williams## Five Mystical Songs ,pg. Alison Willis##A Light Not Yet Ready to Go Out (first performance) ,pg. Vaughan Williams## Mass in G minor ,

Artists: pg.London Concert Choir ,pg.Mark Forkgen## conductor ,pg.Jack Lawrence-Jones## baritone ,pg.Bethany Partridge## soprano ,pg.Jessica Dandy## mezzo soprano ,pg.Hiroshi Amako## tenor ,TBA piano/organ ,

Ticket Information: £25 (to include an interval drink) ,Unallocated seating.


<p>Award-winning composer Alison Willis was commissioned by choir member Adrienne Morgan to write a choral piece celebrating life, love, togetherness and hope. Subtitled ‘Affirmation’, the work emphasises the sustaining power of friends and family when living with breast cancer. </p> <p>The <em>Five Mystical Songs</em> for baritone soloist and chorus by Vaughan Williams are set to poems by the visionary seventeenth-century poet and Anglican priest George Herbert. The soloist takes the lead in the first four songs, while the final movement is a hymn of praise for the choir alone, with the refrain ‘Let all the world in every corner sing: my God and King.’</p> <p>The Mass in G minor has been described as one of the most beautiful and effective masses of the twentieth century. Composed for use in Westminster Cathedral, this deeply felt interpretation of the words of the Latin liturgy for unaccompanied double choir and soloists is in the choral tradition of the English late Renaissance composers Byrd and Tallis, whose music had just been rediscovered.</p> <p>A retiring collection will be held in aid of Breast Cancer Now, the UK’s largest breast cancer charity.</p> ]]>
2018-03-20T19:30:00 2018-03-20T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Choir of King's College, Cambridge]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Works inspired the events of Lent and Holy Week including two great Stabat Mater settings, by Palestrina and Lassus, performed alongside Tallis’ dramatic Lamentations and motets by Brahms and Poulenc.

Wednesday 21 March, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Palestrina ## Stabat Mater ,pg. Tallis ## Lamentations of Jeremiah I ,pg. Poulenc ## Lenten motets ,pg. Lassus ## Stabat Mater ,pg. Tallis ## Lamentations of Jeremiah II ,pg. Brahms ## Warum ist das Licht gegeben? ,pg. Brahms ## Schaffe in mir, Gott

Artists: pg. Stephen Cleobury ## director of music

Ticket Information: £31, £27, £23, £19 ,ENCORE Members: pay £27 for top price tickets , ,Series discounts of up to 30% available - see "series page":/tour-dates/choral-at-cadogan-2017-18 for details.


<p>The events of Lent and Holy Week have inspired composers over the centuries to write some of their most profound music.</p> <p>Here, two great settings of the poem <em>Stabat Mater</em>, which describes Jesus’ mother standing at the foot of the Cross on the first Good Friday, are coupled with Tallis’ dramatic interpretation of sombre words from the <em>Lamentations of Jeremiah</em>.</p> <p>Two motets, with apposite texts by Brahms and Poulenc’s sequence of four penitential motets complete the programme.</p> <p>Part of <a href="/tour-dates/choral-at-cadogan-2017-18">Choral at Cadogan 2017-18</a>.</p> ]]>
2018-03-21T19:30:00 2018-03-21T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Beth Nielsen Chapman]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Grammy-nominated Nashville based singer-songwriter Beth Nielsen Chapman takes to the Cadogan Hall stage for one night only.

Thursday 22 March, 6pm

Ticket Information: Tickets: £34.50, £29.50, £22.50


<p>From writing hits for other artists to recording her own, twice Grammy-nominated Beth Nielsen Chapman, Nashville based singer-songwriter has truly embraced musical diversity and takes to the stage this March at Cadogan Hall for one night only.</p> <p>A breast cancer survivor, environmental activist, teacher of workshops and lecturer on the magic of creativity, she’s penned numerous hits and written songs for many top artists including Bonnie Raitt, Emmylou Harris, Bette Midler, Elton John, Neil Diamond, Trisha Yearwood, Martina McBride, Michael McDonald, Amy Grant, Keb Mo’, Roberta Flack, Waylon Jennings, Faith Hill, Willie Nelson, Bette Lavette and many more.</p> <p>Early booking advised as tickets for this celebrated and much loved artist are sure to be in great demand.</p> <p>Venue doors: 6pm<br /> Robert Vincent: 7.30pm<br /> Beth Nielsen Chapman:8.40pm</p> ]]>
2018-03-22T18:00:00 2018-03-22T18:00:00
<![CDATA[Goldsmiths Choral Union]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Friday 23 March, 7.30pm

Programme: pg. J.S. Bach ## St John Passion

Artists: pg. Nick Pritchard ## Evangelist ,pg. Lukas Kargl ## Christus ,pg. Alice Gribbin ## soprano ,pg. Benjamin Williamson ## countertenor ,pg. Peter Harris ## tenor ,pg. Nicholas Mogg ## bass ,pg. Musicians of London

Related Links: "www.goldsmithschoral.org.uk":http://www.goldsmithschoral.org.uk

Ticket Information: £30, £25, £20


<p>Starkly dramatic, Bach’s great St John Passion is presented by one of London’s finest amateur choirs, Goldsmiths Choral Union. Sung in German, and with a superb group of soloists led by the renowned tenor Nick Pritchard as the Evangelist storyteller and the Austrian baritone Lukas Kargl as Christ, the performance features the authentic sounds of period instrumentalists, Musicians of London.</p> ]]>
2018-03-23T19:30:00 2018-03-23T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Kingston Choral Society]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Kingston Choral Society returns to Cadogan Hall, alongside a superb quartet of soloists and the period instruments of The Purcell Orchestra, to perform Bach's Mass in B minor.

Saturday 24 March, 7.30pm

Programme: pg. Bach ## Mass in B minor

Artists: * Kingston Choral Society ,* The Purcell Orchestra , ,pg. Anna Devin ## soprano ,pg. Katie Bray ## alto ,pg. Nick Pritchard ## tenor ,pg. Ashley Riches ## bass ,pg. Andrew Griffiths ## conductor

Ticket Information: £30, £22, £15 ,Concessions (Students & Over 60s) & ENCORE Members: £4 off top 2 prices, £2 off bottom price


<p>Kingston Choral Society is thrilled to return to Cadogan Hall, alongside a superb quartet of soloists and the period instruments of The Purcell Orchestra, to perform perhaps the greatest piece of choral music ever written: J.S. Bach’s mighty Mass in B minor. Intended as compendium of everything that Bach had achieved in his lifetime, it contains music of every kind: majestic, overwhelming choruses, magnificent fugues, and arias of heart-rending beauty.</p> ]]>
2018-03-24T19:30:00 2018-03-24T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Mozart: Requiem]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Chapel Choir of the Royal Hospital Chelsea and London Mozart Players perform Mozart's Requiem, alongside the composer's 'Vesperae solennes de confessore' and 'Ave Verum Corpus', under the direction of William Vann.

Tuesday 27 March, 7.30pm

Programme: pg. Mozart ## Requiem ,pg. Mozart ## Vesperae solennes de confessore ,pg. Mozart ## Ave Verum Corpus

Artists: * Chapel Choir of the Royal Hospital Chelsea ,* London Mozart Players , ,pg. William Vann ## conductor

Ticket Information: £35, £25, £18, £10 ,Royal Hospital and London Mozart Players Friends: ,10% off


<p>The Chapel Choir of the Royal Hospital Chelsea is one of the finest professional church choirs in the UK. Its members regularly sing with many of the world&#8217;s leading consort groups, such as The Sixteen, Tallis Scholars, Stile Antico and Monteverdi Choir and also work in the fields of opera, conducting, teaching and music journalism.</p> <p>Mozart’s Requiem Mass in D minor is undoubtedly the most famous of all unfinished musical compositions: composed in Vienna in 1791, the work was only partially complete when Mozart died of a fever on 5 December. It was completed the following year by Franz Xaver Süssmayr, in order to fulfil the original commission by Count Franz von Walsegg, an amateur chamber musician who routinely commissioned works by composers and passed them off as his own!</p> <p>Mozart’s final work for Salzburg Cathedral, in 1780, was a setting of the texts for vespers, intended for liturgical use. The highlight, perhaps, is the wonderful soprano solo <em>Laudate Dominum</em>. We also hear his impeccable and renowned setting of <em>Ave Verum Corpus</em>, thoroughly appropriate for performance alongside the Requiem.</p> <p><em>‘First-class personnel… it’s the tension and subtlety in the performances that catch the ear’</em> (Gramophone)</p> <p><em>‘… model singing from the Chapel Choir of the Royal Hospital Chelsea under the meticulous direction of William Vann’</em> (The Observer)</p> ]]>
2018-03-27T19:30:00 2018-03-27T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Whitgift School Orchestras with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Wednesday 28 March, 7pm

Programme: pg. Mendelssohn ## Symphony No. 4 (Italian) ,pg. Mozart ## Clarinet Concerto ,pg. Bach ## Magnificat ,pg. Bach ## Toccata and Fugue (arr. Stokowski) ,

Artists: * Whitgift Orchestras ,* Whitgift Chamber Choir ,* Royal Philharmonic Orchestra , ,pg. Marian Bozhidarov ## clarinet ,pg. Rosanna Whitfield ## conductor ,pg. Philip Winter ## conductor ,pg. Daniel Smith ## conductor ,pg. Ronny Krippner ## conductor

Ticket Information: £12, £10 ,Concessions (Under 16s, Over 60s & Students): £4 off , ,Whitgift students: free student ticket with every paying adult (not available online - call the Box Office on 020 7730 4500)


<p>The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra joins forces with the Whitgift Symphony Orchestra and Whitgift Chamber Orchestra, to perform alongside the Whitgift Choristers and Chamber Choir in a sensational evening of orchestral and choral delights.</p> <p>The programme is full of exhilarating classics, including Mendelssohn&#8217;s enchanting <em>Italian</em> Symphony, the stirring <em>Magnificat in D</em>, by Bach, and Stokowski&#8217;s majestic re-imagining of Bach&#8217;s <em>Toccata and Fugue</em>, for full symphony orchestra. Also featured is Whitgift International Music Competition 2017 winner, Marian Bozhidarov, who will be performing Mozart&#8217;s sublime Clarinet Concerto.</p> <p>Celebrating the quality of Whitgift music, together with our unique partnership with the <span class="caps">RPO</span>, this promises to be a truly memorable occasion.</p> ]]>
2018-03-28T19:00:00 2018-03-28T19:00:00
<![CDATA[English Chamber Orchestra]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 The German master-pianist Christian Zacharias play/directs a programme of Mozart including Piano Concerto No. 25, Symphony No. 38, the 'Prague', and concert arias.

Christian Zacharias

Thursday 29 March, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Mozart ## Piano Concerto No. 25 in C major, K. 503 ,pg. Mozart ## Ch'io mi scordi di te, K. 505 ,pg. Mozart ## Symphony No. 38 in D major, K. 504 (Prague)

Artists: * English Chamber Orchestra , ,pg. Christian Zacharias ## piano/conductor

Ticket Information: £45, £35, £25, £10 , ,ENCORE Members: £5 off top price tickets , ,Book two or more ECO concerts and receive 20% off - see "series page":/tour-dates/english-chamber-orchestra-2018 for other concerts.


<p>Amadeus means “beloved by God” and for over two centuries, musicians and listeners alike have agreed that there’s only one way to describe the genius of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: simply divine. The German master-pianist Christian Zacharias has devoted a lifetime to the music of Mozart, and today he directs the <span class="caps">ECO</span> in both the majestic <em>Prague</em> Symphony and some of Mozart’s brilliant concert arias – music that Mozart said should fit a singer’s voice “like a well-tailored suit”.</p> <p>First, though, he stars as both soloist and director in Mozart’s 25th Piano Concerto exactly as the composer himself would have done, back in 1786.</p> ]]>
2018-03-29T19:30:00 2018-03-29T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Carrie Hope Fletcher in Concert]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Saturday 31 March, 7.30pm

Ticket Information: £35, £30, £25 ,VIP tickets: £60 (includes a ‘Meet & Greet’ with Carrie and a signed show poster - limited availability)


<p>Audience members will be treated to a night of exciting music and stories from Carrie’s career with some extra special surprises to be announced.</p> <p>Carrie said, <em>“Being alone on stage without a character to hide behind has always terrified me but I’ve always been one for facing my fears&#8230; Whilst I’m nervous I’m secretly quite excited that I get to sing all the songs I may never get to sing professionally &#8211; songs only my shower and neighbours have heard me sing &#8211; so this concert will hopefully be something very unique!”</em></p> <p>Carrie&#8217;s credits include Wednesday Addams in <em>The Addams Family</em> (UK Tour); Eponine in <em>Les Misérables Dubai</em> (Cameron Mackintosh), Truly Scrumptious in <em>Chitty Chitty Bang Bang</em> (Music and Lyrics); Eponine in Les Misérables London (Cameron Mackintosh); Beth in Jeff Wayne’s Arena Tour of <em>The War of the Worlds</em>; <em>Wind in the Willows</em> (Regents Park); Jane Banks in <em>Mary Poppins</em> (Disney Theatrical/Cameron Mackintosh); Jemima in <em>Chitty Chitty Bang Bang</em>; Young Eponine in Les Misérables.</p> ]]>
2018-03-31T15:00:00 2018-03-31T19:30:00
<![CDATA[English Chamber Orchestra]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Violin virtuoso Julian Rachlin performs/directs Vivaldi's The Four Seasons and the stunning tangos of Piazzolla's The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires.

Tuesday 3 April, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Vivaldi ## The Four Seasons ,pg. Piazzolla ## The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires

Artists: * English Chamber Orchestra , ,pg. Julian Rachlin ## violin/conductor

Ticket Information: £45, £35, £25, £10 , ,ENCORE Members: £5 off top price tickets , ,Book two or more ECO concerts and receive 20% off - see "series page":/tour-dates/english-chamber-orchestra-2018 for other concerts.


<p>The birdsong of Spring, the downpours of Summer, the fireside serenity of Winter: everyone’s got their own favourite bit of Vivaldi’s <em>The Four Seasons</em>. But there’s still nothing to beat the sensation of hearing these four ever-fresh concertos performed live &#8211; and feeling all that energy at first hand.</p> <p>Violin virtuoso Julian Rachlin is first-amongst-equals in this performance with the English Chamber Orchestra, and he’s brought a wonderful bonus too: the extraordinary <em>Four Seasons of Buenos Aires</em> by Astor Piazzolla. These four stunning tangos are two centuries and an ocean away from the world of Vivaldi, but their spirit is every bit as passionate.</p> ]]>
2018-04-03T19:30:00 2018-04-03T19:30:00
<![CDATA[The Magic of Motown]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 40 back-to-back classic Motown hits, glittering costume changes, dazzling dance moves and outstanding musicianship in this explosive concert experience including all your favourite songs such as: Ain’t No Mountain, Signed Sealed Delivered, Grapevine, Ge

Friday 6 April, 7.30pm

Related Links: "www.themagicofmotown.com":http://www.themagicofmotown.com

Ticket Information: £36.50, £30.50, £26.50


<p>Music fans are invited to the biggest party of the year as the unstoppable Magic of Motown show steams into town! Seen by over a million people, it&#8217;s no surprise that the show is one of the biggest success stories in British theatre history, even performing for Her Majesty the Queen, as special guests at the Royal Variety Performance.</p> <p>Prepare yourself for 40 back-to-back classic Motown hits, glittering costume changes, dazzling dance moves and outstanding musicianship in this explosive concert experience.</p> <p>Celebrate the sound of a generation as the timeless music of <strong>Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross, Stevie Wonder, The Temptations, The Supremes, The Four Tops, Martha Reeves, The Jackson 5, Smokey Robinson</strong> and more are sensationally recreated for you by an exceptionally talented cast and band.</p> <p>This breath-taking concert spectacular takes you on a musical journey through all your favourite songs, including: <strong><em>Ain’t No Mountain, Signed Sealed Delivered, Grapevine, Get Ready, Dancing In The Streets, My Girl, Blame It On The Boogie, Uptight, Endless Love, My Cherie Amor, All Night Long, Heatwave</em></strong> and many more.</p> <p><em>“A spellbinding performance from start to finish”</em> (Daily&nbsp;Record,&nbsp;Scotland)</p> <p><em>“The evening throbbed with music… oh, the songs were back to back”</em> (Blues&nbsp;&amp;&nbsp;Soul&nbsp;Magazine)</p> <p><em>“They had the sold-out crowd dancing feverishly in the aisles”</em> (Press&nbsp;&amp;&nbsp;Journal)</p> <p><em>“A triumph&#8230; signed, sealed, delivered”</em> (Blackpool&nbsp;Gazette)</p> <p><em>“Hooked even the most reticent of spectators on to their feet, reaching out to the stage as though summoned by an evangelical spirit”</em> (East&nbsp;Anglian&nbsp;Daily&nbsp;Times)</p> <p><em>“… an incredible cast, dazzling costumes and classic tracks… this is a must-see show for all Motown fans”</em></p> <p><em>“From an era of style and sequins, the show was slick, stylish, smooth and infinitely sexy”</em></p> <p><em>“&#8230; spellbinding all the way through”</em></p> ]]>
2018-04-06T19:30:00 2018-04-06T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Kurt Elling]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Saturday 7 April. Doors 6pm

Ticket Information: £37.50, £20


<p>Grammy-winner Kurt Elling is among the world’s foremost jazz vocalists. He won the DownBeat Critics Poll for fourteen consecutive years and was named &#8216;Male Singer of the Year&#8217; by the Jazz Journalists Association on eight occasions. Grammy-nominated over a dozen times, Elling has also been honoured with international jazz awards, including the prestigious Edison Jazz Oeuvreprijs (Lifetime Achievement Award).</p> <p>Elling’s rich baritone spans four octaves and features both astonishing technical mastery and emotional depth. His repertoire includes original compositions and modern interpretations of standards, all of which are springboards for inspired improvisation, scatting, spoken word, and poetry.</p> <p><em>The New York Times</em> declared, “Elling is the standout male vocalist of our time.” <em>The Washington Post</em> added, “Since the mid-1990s, no singer in jazz has been as daring, dynamic or interesting as Kurt Elling. With his soaring vocal flights, his edgy lyrics and sense of being on a musical mission, he has come to embody the creative spirit in jazz.”</p> <p>Elling was the Artist-in-Residence for the Singapore and Monterey Jazz Festivals. He has also written multi-disciplinary works for The Steppenwolf Theatre and the City of Chicago. The Obama Administration’s first state dinner featured Elling in a command performance.</p> <p>Elling is a renowned artist of vocalese — the writing and performing of words over recorded improvised jazz solos. The natural heir to jazz pioneers Eddie Jefferson, King Pleasure and Jon Hendricks, Elling has set his own lyrics to the improvised solos of John Coltrane, Wayne Shorter, Keith Jarrett and Pat Metheny, among others.</p> <p>He often incorporates images and references from writers such as Rilke, Rumi, Neruda and Proust into his work. The late poet and Bollingen Prize winner Robert Creeley wrote, “Kurt Elling takes us into a world of sacred particulars. His words are informed by a powerful poetic spirit.” Said Robert Pinsky, former Poet Laureate of the United States, “In Kurt Elling’s art, the voice of jazz gives a new spiritual presence to the ancient, sweet and powerful bond between poetry and music.”</p> <p>Elling has toured vigorously throughout his career, thrilling audiences around the world. In that time he has led his own ensemble and has collaborated with many of the world’s finest orchestras.</p> <p>In 2017 Elling can be seen touring with the Branford Marsalis Quartet in the US and Europe. Their Grammy-nominated recording <em>Upward Spiral</em> (OKeh/Sony) seamlessly integrates Elling&#8217;s vocal prowess into their tightly knit, almost telepathic ensemble.</p> <p>Doors 6pm.</p> ]]>
2018-04-07T18:00:00 2018-04-07T18:00:00
<![CDATA[Royal Philharmonic Orchestra]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 A programme of Rachmaninov’s much-loved Piano Concerto No. 2, with its soaring themes, performed by pianist Shiran Wang, and Dvořák’s optimistic Symphony No. 8. The vivacious Overture to Smetana’s The Bartered Bride opens this gripping concert.

Wednesday 11 April, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Smetana ## Overture to The Bartered Bride ,pg. Rachmaninov ## Piano Concerto No. 2 ,pg. Dvořák ##Symphony No. 8

Artists: pg. Alan Buribayev ## conductor ,pg. Federico Colli ## piano

Related Links: "www.rpo.co.uk":http://www.rpo.co.uk

Ticket Information: £40, £32.50, £25, £15 ,ENCORE Members: £5 off top 3 prices ,Series discounts available – see "series page":/tour-dates/royal-philharmonic-orchestra-2017-18-resident-season for details.


<p>The vivacious and fiendish Overture to Smetana’s <em>The Bartered Bride</em> opens this gripping programme. The comic opera is often considered a major contribution to the development of Czech music.</p> <p>Federico Colli then takes centre stage to perform Rachmaninov’s Second Piano Concerto, a staple of the classical canon and a firm favourite amongst audiences, with its soaring themes and emotional journey.</p> <p>Conductor Alan Buribayev then leads the Orchestra in Dvořák’s optimistic Symphony No. 8, closing what promises to be a thrilling evening of much musical variety.</p> ]]>
2018-04-11T19:30:00 2018-04-11T19:30:00
<![CDATA[London Chamber Orchestra]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 A concert to evoke a sense of nostalgia with a programme including Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto, with soloist Benjamin Beilman, Prokofiev's 'Classical' Symphony and Stravinsky's Pulcinella Suite.

Thursday 12 April, 7.30pm

Programme: pg. Purcell/Britten ## Chaconne ,pg. Mendelssohn ## Violin Concerto ,pg. Stravinsky ## Pulcinella Suite ,pg. Prokofiev ## Symphony No. 1 (Classical)

Artists: pg. Rumon Gamba ## conductor ,pg. Benjamin Beilman ## violin

Related Links: "www.lco.co.uk":http://www.lco.co.uk/

Ticket Information: £40, £30, £20, £10


<p>In the hands of renowned English conductor Rumon Gamba, tonight’s concert transports us back to earlier eras, evoking a sense of nostalgia for what we imagine as simpler times past.</p> <p>Britten, Stravinsky and Prokofiev were all writing during the troubled era of the 20th century, and while Britten’s masterly arrangement of Purcell’s <em>Chaconne</em> conjures up Baroque-period England, Stravinsky and Prokofiev pay tribute to the Classical age, with the former’s elegant, disarming <em>Pulcinella Suite</em> and the latter’s fizzing First Symphony. </p> <p>The mood of Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto moves from a sad wistfulness to exhilaration and joy, and we are thrilled that young star violinist Benjamin Beilman returns to give us his interpretation of this evergreen work.</p> ]]>
2018-04-12T19:30:00 2018-04-12T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Royal Philharmonic Orchestra]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 The City of London Choir and clarinettist Katherine Lacy celebrate some of the finest achievements of the Classical period, including Mozart's Clarinet Concerto and Haydn's Harmoniemesse and Insanae et vanae curae.

Sunday 15 April, 7pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Haydn ## Overture to Il ritorno di Tobia ,pg. Haydn ## Insanae et vanae curae ,pg. Mozart ## Clarinet Concerto ,pg. Haydn ## Harmoniemesse (XXII:14)

Artists: pg. Hilary Davan Wetton ## conductor ,pg. Katherine Lacy ## clarinet ,pg. City of London Choir ,pg. Joanne Lunn ## soprano ,pg. Marta Fontanals-Simmons ## mezzo-soprano ,pg. Daniel Norman ## tenor ,pg. Ashley Riches ## baritone ,

Related Links: "www.rpo.co.uk":http://www.rpo.co.uk

Ticket Information: £40, £32.50, £25, £15 ,ENCORE Members: £5 off top 3 prices ,Series discounts available – see "series page":/tour-dates/royal-philharmonic-orchestra-2017-18-resident-season for details.


<p>Join the City of London Choir for the latest in a series of concerts celebrating some of the finest achievements of the Classical period, all conducted by Hilary Davan Wetton.</p> <p>Featuring Katherine Lacy, Principal Clarinet of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, in Mozart’s ever-popular Clarinet Concerto and Haydn’s last major work, his masterful <em>Harmoniemesse</em>, this concert will brim full of classical delights.</p> <p>NB. Please note start time.</p> ]]>
2018-04-15T19:00:00 2018-04-15T19:00:00
<![CDATA[Czech National Symphony Orchestra 1]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 The first of two concerts by the CNSO, featuring Schubert’s lyrical 'Unfinished' Symphony No. 8, Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 4 with soloist Pavel Kolesnikov, and Dvořák's glorious Seventh Symphony, conducted by Petr Altrichter.

Monday 16 April, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Schubert ## Symphony No. 8 (Unfinished) ,pg. Beethoven ## Piano Concerto No. 4 ,pg. Dvořák ## Symphony No. 7

Artists: pg. Petr Altrichter ## conductor ,pg. Pavel Kolesnikov ## piano

Ticket Information: £45 (premium seats), £42, £35, £28, £22, £18 , ,ENCORE Members: ,premium seats for £42, £42 seats for £35 , ,Series discounts of up to 25% available - see "series page":/tour-dates/zurich-international-orchestra-series-2017-18 for details


<p>Cadogan Hall is delighted to welcome back the <span class="caps">CNSO</span> – one of the most popular orchestras in Europe. In two concerts this season they are conducted by Petr Altrichter, one of the Czech Republic’s most distinguished conductors, who made an impressive name through his dynamic and insightful interpretations of Czech, Russian and German symphonic repertoire.</p> <p>Since becoming Prize Laureate of the Honens Prize for Piano in 2012 and becoming one of <span class="caps">BBC</span> Radio 3’s New Generation Artists young pianist Pavel Kolesnikov has performed around the world.</p> <p>The two <span class="caps">CNSO</span> programmes feature two of Schubert’s most lyrical symphonies, Beethoven’s iconic Fourth and Fifth Piano Concertos, and Dvořák&#8217;s much-loved Seventh and Ninth Symphonies.</p> <p>The second <span class="caps">CNSO</span> concert is on <a href="/event/zios1718-czech-national-symphony-orchestra-2/">Wednesday 18 April</a>, with soloist Barry Douglas.</p> <p>Part of <a href="/tour-dates/zurich-international-orchestra-series-2017-18">Zurich International Orchestra Series 2017-18</a></p> ]]>
2018-04-16T19:30:00 2018-04-16T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Czech National Symphony Orchestra 2]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 The second of CNSO's concerts features Schubert's Fifth Symphony, Beethoven's final piano concerto, the 'Emperor', with soloist Barry Douglas, and Dvořák's much-loved Ninth 'New World' Symphony.

Wednesday 18 April, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Schubert ## Symphony No. 5 ,pg. Beethoven ## Piano Concerto No. 5 (Emperor) ,pg. Dvořák ## Symphony No. 9 (From the New World)

Artists: pg. Petr Altrichter ## conductor ,pg. Barry Douglas ## piano

Ticket Information: £45 (premium seats), £42, £35, £28, £22, £18 , ,ENCORE Members: ,premium seats for £42, £42 seats for £35 , ,Series discounts of up to 25% available - see "series page":/tour-dates/zurich-international-orchestra-series-2017-18 for details


<p>Cadogan Hall is delighted to welcome back the <span class="caps">CNSO</span> – one of the most popular orchestras in Europe. In two concerts this season they are conducted by Petr Altrichter, one of the Czech Republic’s most distinguished conductors, who made an impressive name through his dynamic and insightful interpretations of Czech, Russian and German symphonic repertoire.</p> <p>Barry Douglas has established a major international career since winning the Gold Medal at the 1986 Tchaikovsky International Piano Competition in Moscow.</p> <p>The two <span class="caps">CNSO</span> programmes feature two of Schubert’s most lyrical symphonies, Beethoven’s iconic Fourth and Fifth Piano Concertos, and Dvořák&#8217;s much-loved Seventh and Ninth Symphonies.</p> <p>The first <span class="caps">CNSO</span> concert is on <a href="/event/zios1718-czech-national-symphony-orchestra-1/">Monday 16 April</a>, with soloist Pavel Kolesnikov.</p> <p>Part of <a href="/tour-dates/zurich-international-orchestra-series-2017-18">Zurich International Orchestra Series 2017-18</a></p> ]]>
2018-04-18T19:30:00 2018-04-18T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Tom Paxton & The DonJuans]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Thursday 19 April, 7.30pm

Artists: pg. Tom ## guitar/vocals/stories ,pg. Don ## guitar/vocals/uke/banjo/grins ,pg. Jon ## piano/vocals/guitar/uke/kitchen sink

Ticket Information: £34.50; £28.50


<p>Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award winner and US folk icon Tom Paxton returns to Cadogan Hall with very special guests, Grammy-winning singer/songwriter duo The DonJuans &#8211; Don Henry and Jon Vezner.</p> <p>Collectively, their songs have been covered by: Harry Belafonte, John Mellencamp, Miranda Lambert, Neil Diamond, Ray Charles, Nancy Griffith, Judy Collins, Pete Seeger, Janis Ian, Kathy Mattea, John Denver, Faith Hill, B.J. Thomas, Blake Shelton, Peter, Paul &amp; Mary and Bob Dylan… just to name a few!</p> <p>Within days of writing and playing together, they knew they were onto something. Now they’re taking it on the road!</p> ]]>
2018-04-19T19:30:00 2018-04-19T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Yeol Eum Son and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Yeol Eum Son has won accolades at the most prestigious international piano competitions, and tonight performs two of Mozart's most exquisite piano concertos. Haydn's Symphony No. 86 and L'isola disabitata Overture open and close the evening.

Friday 20 April, 7.30pm

Programme: pg. Haydn ## L'isola disabitata Overture ,pg. Mozart ## Piano Concerto No. 21 in C major, K. 467 ,pg. Mozart ## Piano Concerto No. 8 in C major, K. 246 ,pg. Haydn ## Symphony No. 86 in D major ,

Artists: * Academy of St Martin in the Fields , ,pg. Yeol Eum Son ## piano ,pg. Tomo Keller ## leader/director

Related Links: "www.yeoleumson.com":http://www.yeoleumson.com ,"www.asmf.org":http://www.asmf.org/ ,

Ticket Information: £36, £29, £22, £15, £10


<p>Described as “marvellous, intense and boundlessly virtuosic”, Yeol Eum Son has won accolades at the most prestigious international piano competitions and caught the attention of audiences worldwide with her thrilling performances.</p> <p>Following the success of their acclaimed 2016 collaboration in her native South Korea, this concert offers the chance to see the exciting young pianist join forces with the Academy of St Martin in the Fields for two of Mozart&#8217;s most exquisite piano concertos.</p> <p>The evening &#8211; which also features the fifth of Haydn&#8217;s <em>Paris</em> Symphonies directed by the Academy&#8217;s Leader Tomo Keller &#8211; celebrates the launch of Yeol Eum Son&#8217;s new CD, which includes recordings with the celebrated orchestra.</p> <p><strong>Pre-concert talk from 6.30pm</strong>, free for all ticket holders.</p> ]]>
2018-04-20T19:30:00 2018-04-20T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Royal Choral Society]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Saturday 21 April, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Bernstein ## Chichester Psalms ,pg. Copland ## Appalachian Spring ,pg. Fauré ## Cantique de Jean Racine ,pg. Fauré ## Requiem

Artists: * Royal Choral Society ,* London Mozart Players , ,pg. Richard Cooke ## conductor

Related Links: "www.royachoralsociety.co.uk":http://www.royachoralsociety.co.uk

Ticket Information: £35, £28, £20, £15 ,ENCORE Members: 10% off top price tickets ,RCM and LMP Friends: 10% off top price tickets (not available online)


<p>The Royal Choral Society, the London Mozart Players and a trio of soloists perform two ebullient American musical masterpieces alongside two reflective French classics.</p> <p>Bernstein&#8217;s exhilarating jazz-inspired setting of the Hebrew psalms for chorus and soloists,<br /> commissioned by Chichester Cathedral, and Copland&#8217;s much-loved ballet suite <em>Appalachian Spring</em> provide an inspirational contrast to Fauré&#8216;s ever-popular <em>Requiem</em> and <em>Cantique de Jean Racine</em>.</p> <p>The Royal Choral Society has been performing the great choral masterpieces ever since its formation for the opening of the Royal Albert Hall in 1871, including the UK premières of Verdi¹s <em>Requiem</em> in 1875, and Dvorak’s <em>Stabat Mater</em> in 1884, both concerts conducted by their composers.</p> ]]>
2018-04-21T19:30:00 2018-04-21T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Midnight in Mayfair]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Keith Nichols is one of the most respected and accomplished musicians in the world of vintage jazz. Midnight in Mayfair features Keith’s 16-piece Mayfair Orchestra (with violins) and singers Thomas “Spats” Langham and Janice Day in a programme of mu

Saturday 28 April, 7.30pm

Ticket Information: £36, £28, £23, £18 , ,Series discount available - see "series page":/tour-dates/the-jazz-repertory-company-presents for details.


<p>Keith Nichols is one of the most respected and accomplished musicians in the world of vintage jazz. <em>Midnight in Mayfair</em> features Keith’s 16-piece Mayfair Orchestra (with violins) and singers Thomas “Spats” Langham and Janice Day in a programme of music from the great bandleaders such as Bert Ambrose, Billy Cotton, Jack Hilton and many more.</p> ]]>
2018-04-28T19:30:00 2018-04-28T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Royal Philharmonic Orchestra]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Sibelius’ dramatic Violin Concerto, performed by the RPO's first ever Artist-in-Residence, Esther Yoo, followed by Brahms’ monumental First Symphony. Górecki’s moving Three Pieces in Olden Style opens this concert conducted by Michał Nesterowicz.

Wednesday 2 May, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Górecki ## Three Pieces in Olden Style ,pg. Sibelius ## Violin Concerto ,pg. Brahms ## Symphony No. 1

Artists: pg. Michał Nesterowicz ## conductor ,pg. Esther Yoo ## violin

Related Links: "www.rpo.co.uk":http://www.rpo.co.uk

Ticket Information: £40, £32.50, £25, £15 ,ENCORE Members: £5 off top 3 prices ,Series discounts available – see "series page":/tour-dates/royal-philharmonic-orchestra-2017-18-resident-season for details.


<p>This concert begins with Górecki’s moving <em>Three Pieces in Olden Style</em>, a set of works a world away from much of the Polish composer’s radically avant-garde music.</p> <p>Following this, the Orchestra is delighted to welcome its first ever Artist-in-Residence, Esther Yoo, to the stage to perform Sibelius’ dramatic Violin Concerto, an ethereal piece which demonstrates Sibelius’ deep understanding of the violin and showcases the performer’s ability.</p> <p>The concert finishes with Brahms’ monumental First Symphony, which took the composer nearly 15 years to write, and this is evident in the pure musical intensity throughout the work.</p> ]]>
2018-05-02T19:30:00 2018-05-02T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Bruckner Orchester Linz]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Markus Poschner conducts a performance of Mahler's epic Second Symphony, the 'Resurrection', a grand musical exploration of life and humanity, culminating in a transcendent choral finale.

Thursday 3 May, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Mahler ## Symphony No. 2 (Resurrection)

Artists: * Bournemouth Symphony Chorus ,* Markus Poschner, conductor

Ticket Information: £45 (premium seats), £42, £35, £28, £22, £18 , ,ENCORE Members: ,premium seats for £42, £42 seats for £35 , ,Series discounts of up to 25% available - see "series page":/tour-dates/zurich-international-orchestra-series-2017-18 for details


<p>Cadogan Hall welcomes back the Bruckner Orchester Linz, which for this visit, brings Mahler’s epic Second Symphony – a work that explores the depths of human emotion and ends with a powerful hymn to transcendent renewal. The orchestra is joined by Bournemouth Symphony Chorus, culminating in a heart-stirring and divine choral finale.</p> <p>This is the first time an international orchestra has performed Mahler’s Second Symphony at Cadogan Hall, and as Mahler said of his most enduringly popular work: <em>&#8220;You are clubbed to the ground and then lifted to the highest heights on angels’ wings.&#8221;</em></p> <p>Early booking is recommended for what will undoubtedly be a heart-stopping concert.</p> <p>Part of <a href="/tour-dates/zurich-international-orchestra-series-2017-18">Zurich International Orchestra Series 2017-18</a></p> ]]>
2018-05-03T19:30:00 2018-05-03T19:30:00
<![CDATA[English Choral Music]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Programme: pg.Constant Lambert## The Rio Grande ,pg.Vaughan Williams## Serenade to Music ,pg.Benjamin Britten## Hymn to the Virgin ,pg.Edward Elgar## Serenade for Strings ,pg.John Tavener ##The Lamb ,pg.Paul Patterson## Magnificat ,and works by Henry Purcell and John Rutter ,

Artists: English Concert Singers ,English Concert Chorus ,English Concert Orchestra ,pg.Tim Rhys-Morgan##piano ,pg.Roy Wales## conductor ,

Ticket Information: £30, £22, £15 ,Encore Members: £5 off top price tickets


<p>This concert of English Choral Music celebrates the 30th Anniversary of the formation of the English Concert Singers and Chorus. </p> <p>The programme includes works by a number of distinguished English composers including Vaughan Williams, Britten, Elgar, Tavener, Purcell, Rutter and Patterson. The choir is delighted to include Paul Patterson’s <em>Magnificat</em> in the programme as he is a composer with whom they have worked closely over the past 30 years. </p> <p>Conducted by Roy Wales, the choir’s founding Music Director, the concert also includes members of the English Concert Orchestra and features a number of vocal and instrumental soloists.</p> ]]>
2018-05-05T19:30:00 2018-05-05T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Royal Philharmonic Orchestra]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Chopin’s youthful Piano Concerto No. 2, with soloist Jayson Gillham, is sandwiched by two magical gems: Dukas’ symphonic poem The Sorcerer's Apprentice and Mussorgsky’s triumphant Pictures at an Exhibition, in Ravel’s iconic arrangement.

Wednesday 9 May, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Dukas ## The Sorcerer's Apprentice ,pg. Chopin ## Piano Concerto No. 2 ,pg. Mussorgsky ## Pictures at an Exhibition

Artists: pg. Alexander Shelley ## conductor ,pg. Jayson Gillham ## piano

Related Links: "www.rpo.co.uk":http://www.rpo.co.uk

Ticket Information: £40, £32.50, £25, £15 ,ENCORE Members: £5 off top 3 prices ,Series discounts available – see "series page":/tour-dates/royal-philharmonic-orchestra-2017-18-resident-season for details. , ,"BUY ENCUE TICKETS HERE":https://rpostore.myshopify.com/products/myths-and-fairytales-iv-9-may-encue-ticket


<p>Alexander Shelley welcomes the young and vibrant Jayson Gillham to join him on the main stage for Chopin’s youthful Second Piano Concerto.</p> <p>This is sandwiched by two magical gems: Dukas’ symphonic poem <em>The Sorcerer&#8217;s Apprentice</em> and Ravel’s iconic arrangement of Mussorgsky’s triumphant <em>Pictures at an Exhibition</em>, bringing the concert to a jaw-dropping close.</p> <p><strong>EnCue by Octava – enriching your concert experience</strong><br /> The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra invites you to enjoy an enhanced live listening experience, exclusive to the <span class="caps">RPO</span>&#8217;s <em>Myths and Fairytales</em> series. EnCue by Octava is a downloadable concert-enhancing app that delivers real-time programme notes to your mobile or tablet device. Connect to the our WiFi and enrich your listening experience throughout the concert by viewing real-time information about the works you hear; at the exact moment the action is happening on stage. Enjoy this new experience in a designated seating area.</p> <p><a href="https://rpostore.myshopify.com/products/myths-and-fairytales-iv-9-may-encue-ticket"><span class="caps">BUY</span> <span class="caps">ENCUE</span> <span class="caps">TICKETS</span> <span class="caps">HERE</span></a><br /> <br /> <br /> </p> <p><img src="/files/images/applicationfiles/1705.4959.brand_bartlett_supported/400x400.fitdown.png" alt="" /></p> ]]>
2018-05-09T19:30:00 2018-05-09T19:30:00
<![CDATA[The Carpenters Story]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Thursday 10 May, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Ticket Information: £35 ,ENCORE Members: £5 off


<p>This highly acclaimed concert-style production continues to captivate audiences across the UK with its spectacular re-creation of the classic songbook that made The Carpenters a legend in the world of popular music.</p> <p>The outstanding vocal talents of Claire Furley and pianist / artistic director Phil Aldridge take centre-stage, accompanied by Richard Carpenter’s original orchestral arrangements from <span class="caps">LIVE</span> musicians, and a stage-wide backdrop of state-of-the-art video projection.</p> <p>Featuring all of the Carpenters hit songs including <strong><em>(They Long To Be) Close To You, Yesterday Once More, We’ve Only Just Begun, Superstar, A Song For You, Rainy Days &amp; Mondays</em></strong>, and many more!</p> <p><em>“Phenomenal vocals &amp; great musicianship”</em> (Evening Standard)</p> <p><em>“A very accurate and faithful portrayal”</em> (Richard Carpenter)</p> ]]>
2018-05-10T19:30:00 2018-05-10T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Flanders Symphony Orchestra]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 A programme including Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 1, with the brilliant young pianist Pavel Kolesnikov, Sibelius' atmospheric Swan of Tuonela and both of Grieg's delightful Peer Gynt Suites.

Thursday 17 May, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Dvořák ## Two Slavonic Dances ,pg. Beethoven ## Piano Concerto No. 1 ,pg. Sibelius ## The Swan of Tuonela ,pg. Grieg ## Peer Gynt Suites 1 & 2

Artists: pg. Jan Latham Koenig ## conductor ,pg. Pavel Kolesnikov ## piano

Ticket Information: £45 (premium seats), £42, £35, £28, £22, £18 , ,ENCORE Members: ,premium seats for £42, £42 seats for £35 , ,Series discounts of up to 25% available - see "series page":/tour-dates/zurich-international-orchestra-series-2017-18 for details


<p>Cadogan Hall welcomes back Flanders Symphony Orchestra and its Chief Conductor Jan Latham-Koenig with a typically varied and beautiful programme of music. Joining them for Beethoven’s First Piano Concerto is the talented young pianist Pavel Kolesnikov.</p> <p>The delightful choice of repertoire for the second half begins with Sibelius telling the tale of a mystical swan. The Sibelius swan is guarding Tuonela, the Finnish version of Hades, which is surrounded by a dark, wide river. Listen out for the cor anglais representing the swan’s elegant voice.</p> <p>Edvard Grieg’s beloved <em>Peer Gynt</em> music was the result of a successful collaboration between Norway’s two greatest creative artists of the late 19th century – Ibsen and Grieg. It continues to delight audiences, containing some of his most memorable melodies.</p> <p>Part of <a href="/tour-dates/zurich-international-orchestra-series-2017-18">Zurich International Orchestra Series 2017-18</a></p> ]]>
2018-05-17T19:30:00 2018-05-17T19:30:00
<![CDATA[London Chamber Orchestra]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Christopher Warren-Green conducts a programme of Poulenc’s uplifting Sinfonietta and Astor Piazzolla’s famous Libertango, plus a new commission by award-winning composer Ollie Howell, mentee of the legendary Quincy Jones.

Friday 18 May, 7pm

Programme: pg. Poulenc ## Sinfonietta ,pg. Piazzolla ## Libertango ,pg. Ollie Howell ## New work (Music Junction commission)

Artists: pg. Christopher Warren-Green ## conductor

Related Links: "www.lco.co.uk":http://www.lco.co.uk/

Ticket Information: £40, £30, £20, £10


<p>Our season-long look at the contrasting facets of human nature ends with an exploration of joy.</p> <p>Poulenc’s uplifting Sinfonietta, written shortly after the end of the Second World War, overflows with catchy tunes and dance rhythms, and Argentinian Astor Piazzolla’s famous <em>Libertango</em> &#8211; a reinterpretation of his country’s quintessential dance &#8211; is a celebration of freedom of expression.</p> <p>Rounding off our season at Cadogan Hall, the youthful energy and enthusiasm of our Music Junction performers will be given full rein in a new commission by award-winning composer and instrumentalist Ollie Howell, mentee of the legendary Quincy Jones.</p> ]]>
2018-05-18T19:00:00 2018-05-18T19:00:00
<![CDATA[Eltham College Choral Society and College Choir]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Saturday 19 May, 7.30pm

Programme: Programme includes: , ,pg. John Rutter ## Magnificat ,pg. Michael Lawson ## The Seasons (world premiere) ,pg. Bob Chilcott ## Can you hear me? ,pg. Clive Malabar ## Celebration ,

Artists: * Eltham College Choral Society and College Choir ,* London Festival Sinfonia ,* Eltham College Sinfonia ,* Eltham College Boys Choir , ,pg. Paul Showell ## conductor

Ticket Information: Stalls £15, Gallery £10 ,Senior Citizens / Under 18s: Stalls £13, Gallery £8


<p>The outstanding Eltham College Choir and Choral Society partner with the London Festival Sinfonia in a stimulating programme of British choral and orchestral music, conducted by Paul Showell.</p> <p>Michael Lawson&#8217;s powerful orchestral showpiece, <em>Symphonic Movements</em> opens the concert, followed by one of John Rutter&#8217;s masterworks, the brilliant and colourful <em>Magnificat</em>, performed using English text.</p> <p>The second half highlights shorter, much loved choral pieces by Rutter and Bob Chilcott. Continuing the theme of showcasing living British composers, Clive Malabar&#8217;s magnificent orchestral <em>Celebration</em> introduces the second half and the world premiere of Lawson&#8217;s new symphonic suite, <em>The Seasons</em>, concludes the concert.</p> ]]>
2018-05-19T19:30:00 2018-05-19T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Dresden Philharmonic]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Tchaikovsky's virtuosic Violin Concerto, with the internationally lauded soloist Arabella Steinbacher, and Shostakovich’s hugely popular and emotional Symphony No. 5. Weber's Overture to Euryanthe opens the concert conducted by Michael Sanderling.

Tuesday 22 May, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Weber ## Euryanthe Overture ,pg. Tchaikovsky ## Violin Concerto ,pg. Shostakovich ## Symphony No. 5

Artists: pg. Michael Sanderling ## conductor ,pg. Arabella Steinbacher ## violin

Ticket Information: £45 (premium seats), £42, £35, £28, £22, £18 , ,ENCORE Members: ,premium seats for £42, £42 seats for £35 , ,Series discounts of up to 25% available - see "series page":/tour-dates/zurich-international-orchestra-series-2017-18 for details


<p>The outstanding Dresden Philharmonic returns to Cadogan Hall with Chief Conductor Michael Sanderling. The evening begins with the overture to Weber’s opera <em>Euryanthe</em>, a fine example of the early German Romantic style heralding Richard Wagner, who in fact arranged Weber’s burial in Dresden, where he lived part of his life.</p> <p>German violinist Arabella Steinbacher has firmly established herself as one of today’s leading violinists on the international concert scene, performing with the world’s major orchestras. The <em>New York Times</em> reports that she plays with ‘balanced lyricism and fire &#8211; among her assets are a finely polished technique and a beautifully varied palette of timbres’, and she brings these to bear on Tchaikovsky&#8217;s passionate and virtuosic Violin Concerto.</p> <p>The concert concludes with Shostakovich’s hugely popular and emotional Symphony No. 5. Apparently, at the work’s premiere, many members of the audience wept during its sublime third movement.</p> <p>Part of <a href="/tour-dates/zurich-international-orchestra-series-2017-18">Zurich International Orchestra Series 2017-18</a></p> ]]>
2018-05-22T19:30:00 2018-05-22T19:30:00
<![CDATA[The Urology Foundation Charity Gala Concert]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Piano concertos by Schumann, Saint-Saëns, Goldsmith and Adinsell are performed by pianists Aisa Ijiri, Eduardo Andrade and Panayiotis Gogos with the Orion Orchestra to raise funds for the Urology Foundation.

Wednesday 23 May, 7pm

Programme: pg. Adinsell ## Warsaw Concerto * ,pg. Schumann ## Piano Concerto ** ,pg. Saint-Saëns ## Piano Concerto No. 2 *** ,pg. Adrian Goldsmith ## Piano Concerto No. 2 (world premiere) *

Artists: pg. Eduardo Andrade ## piano * ,pg. Aisa Ijiri ## piano ** ,pg. Panayiotis Gogos ## piano *** ,pg. Toby Purser ## conductor ,pg. Orion Orchestra ,

Ticket Information: £100, £55, £40, £25 , , ,


<p>This is the second charity evening sponsored by Prestigic Holdings and organised by Adrian Goldsmith, an amateur pianist and big supporter of prostate cancer and similar medical problems, having survived three cancers himself.</p> <p>Adrian has chosen the programme to include his very different Second Piano Concerto (played by Eduardo Andrade) to balance against the virtuoso playing of Aisa Ijiri playing the Schumann Concerto and Panayiotis Gogos (Saint-Saëns). The <em>Warsaw Concerto</em> may be familiar to older cinema goers!</p> ]]>
2018-05-23T19:00:00 2018-05-23T19:00:00
<![CDATA[Vox Luminis]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 The Belgian-based ensemble performs some of the most poignant and important works of the Renaissance canon, namely Tallis’ Lamentations and Sheppard’s Media vita, interwoven with some of the choir’s favourite works from closer to home.

Friday 25 May, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Programme: Programme includes: , ,pg. Tallis ## Lamentations of Jeremiah ,pg. Sheppard ## Media vita , ,

Ticket Information: £31, £27, £23, £19 ,ENCORE Members: pay £27 for top price tickets , ,Series discounts of up to 30% available - see "series page":/tour-dates/choral-at-cadogan-2017-18 for details.


<p>The Choral at Cadogan series is proud to have played an important part in the meteoric rise of Vox Luminis in the world-wide classical music scene since they won Gramophone Artist of the Year in 2012.</p> <p>The Belgian-based ensemble joins the series for a third time. Once more the ensemble cannot resist the temptation to perform British music to Cadogan Hall’s discerning audience. This season they perform some of the most poignant and important works of the Renaissance canon, namely the <em>Lamentations of Jeremiah</em> by Thomas Tallis and <em>Media vita</em> by John Sheppard. Lionel Meunier will interweave these pieces with some of the group&#8217;s favourite works from closer to home.</p> <p>Part of <a href="/tour-dates/choral-at-cadogan-2017-18">Choral at Cadogan 2017-18</a>.</p> ]]>
2018-05-25T19:30:00 2018-05-25T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Brussels Philharmonic 2]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Violinist Liza Ferschtman joins the orchestra for a programme of romance and drama including Bernstein's Symphonic Dances from West Side Story and Three Dance Episodes from On the Town, preceded by Bernstein's Serenade for violin and orchestra. Stéphane

Thursday 31 May, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Guillaume Connesson ## Le tombeau des regrets ,pg. Bernstein ## Serenade for violin and orchestra ,pg. Bernstein ## Three Dance Episodes from On the Town ,pg. Bernstein ## Symphonic Dances from West Side Story

Artists: pg. Stéphane Denève ## conductor ,pg. Liza Ferschtman ## violin

Ticket Information: £45 (premium seats), £42, £35, £28, £22, £18 , ,ENCORE Members: ,premium seats for £42, £42 seats for £35 , ,Series discounts of up to 25% available - see "series page":/tour-dates/zurich-international-orchestra-series-2017-18 for details


<p>Brussels Philharmonic is back for a second visit this season with a programme full of romance and drama. The orchestra’s Music Director, Stéphane Denève, is joined by the Dutch violinist Liza Ferschtman.</p> <p>Bernstein‘s <em>Serenade</em> is perhaps his most famous non-theatrical work and has been performed by many great violinists. It is based on Plato’s <em>Symposium</em>, the text in which he introduced the concept of Platonic love. Bernstein described his violin showpiece as ‘a series of related statements in praise of love’.</p> <p>Jazz and dance rhythms, finger clicking, not to mention a police whistle are not ordinarily heard at symphony concerts but expect to hear them all during a performance of <em>West Side Story</em>, Bernstein’s modern-day, big-city adaptation of <em>Romeo and Juliet</em>. In 1960, Bernstein drew from it an orchestral suite of <em>Symphonic Dances</em> which follows the principal episodes of the drama.</p> <p>Part of <a href="/tour-dates/zurich-international-orchestra-series-2017-18">Zurich International Orchestra Series 2017-18</a></p> ]]>
2018-05-31T19:30:00 2018-05-31T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Megan Hilty Live in London]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Star of stage and screen, Megan Hilty, performs live at Cadogan Hall.

Sunday 3 June, 2.30pm & 6.30pm

Ticket Information: £55 (limited VIP ticket, includes a Meet & Greet with Megan Hilty, 6.30pm only), £40, £38


<p>Megan Hilty is most recognisable for her portrayal of seasoned triple-threat Ivy Lynn in NBC’s musical drama &#8216;Smash&#8217;. She followed up the series with a starring role in the comedy &#8216;Sean Saves the World&#8217;. Last spring, Megan Hilty received critical acclaim for her role of Brooke Ashton in the Roundabout Theatre Company’s revival of &#8216;Noises Off&#8217;, for which she earned nominations for a Tony Award, Drama Desk Award and Drama League Award and won a Broadway.com Audience Award for Favourite Featured Actress in a Play. </p> <p>Megan Hilty made her Broadway debut as Glinda in &#8216;Wicked&#8217; and went on to perform the role in both the national tour and in Los Angeles.</p> <p>Megan Hilty regularly performs with orchestras and symphonies across the country and her solo show, including her sold-out Carnegie Hall debut, has received critical acclaim. She recently released a live album comprising of songs from her recent concert tour, entitled &#8216;Megan Hilty Live at the Café Carlyle&#8217; and a Christmas album entitled &#8216;A Merry Little Christmas with Megan Hilty&#8217;.</p> ]]>
2018-06-03T14:30:00 2018-06-03T18:30:00
<![CDATA[Würth Philharmonic Orchestra]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Two English masterpieces - Vaughan Williams' lush Tallis Fantasia and Elgar's Enigma Variations - frame Rachmaninov's poignant Piano Concerto No. 2 (with soloist John Lill), one of the best loved piano concertos in the repertory.

Wednesday 6 June, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Vaughan Williams ## Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis ,pg. Rachmaninov ## Piano Concerto No. 2 ,pg. Elgar ## Enigma Variations

Artists: pg. Rumon Gamba ## conductor ,pg. John Lill ## piano

Ticket Information: £45 (premium seats), £42, £35, £28, £22, £18 , ,ENCORE Members: ,premium seats for £42, £42 seats for £35 , ,Series discounts of up to 25% available - see "series page":/tour-dates/zurich-international-orchestra-series-2017-18 for details


<p>The Würth Philharmonic, named after the German philanthropist Prof. Dr Reinhold Würth, brings together some of the world’s most talented young musicians to form a virtuosic symphony orchestra performing with today’s greatest conductors and soloists. For its Cadogan Hall debut the orchestra is conducted by Rumon Gamba.</p> <p>The evening’s programme of masterpieces begins with Vaughan Williams <em>Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis</em>, a visionary fusion of folksong and sacred music, followed by Rachmaninov’s much-loved Second Piano Concerto, performed by one of Britain’s leading pianists, John Lill.</p> <p>The concert ends with Elgar’s most beloved work, his <em>Enigma Variations</em> where he draws a series of affectionate portraits of his family and friends. The central <em>Nimrod</em> variation has almost become an instantly recognisable second national anthem.</p> <p>Part of <a href="/tour-dates/zurich-international-orchestra-series-2017-18">Zurich International Orchestra Series 2017-18</a></p> ]]>
2018-06-06T19:30:00 2018-06-06T19:30:00
<![CDATA[The Tallis Scholars]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Tallis’ astonishing 40-part motet Spem in alium and other works requiring substantial forces including Sheppard’s Missa Cantate, Robert White’s glorious Magnificat, and John Sutton’s Salve Regina from the Eton Choirbook.

Thursday 7 June, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. White ## Domine quis habitabit ,pg. Sheppard ## Missa Cantate ,pg. Sutton ## Salve Regina ,pg. White ## Magnificat ,pg. Tallis ## Spem in alium

Artists: pg. Peter Phillips ## director

Ticket Information: £45, £36, £28, £20, £16 ,ENCORE Members: 10% off , ,Series discounts of up to 30% available - see "series page":/tour-dates/choral-at-cadogan-2017-18 for details.


<p>Tallis’s 40-part motet <em>Spem in alium</em> stands as one of the most astonishing achievements of the human spirit, unrivalled in the <em>a cappella</em> idiom in its complexity. The very size and scope of it calls for forces which enable us to programme some other substantial masterpieces we cannot normally perform: Sheppard’s 6-voice <em>Missa Cantate</em>; and Robert White’s glorious <em>Magnificat</em>, replete with a triple gimell.</p> <p>But perhaps the <em>pièce de résistance</em> in this context is John Sutton’s 7-voice <em>Salve Regina</em> from the <em>Eton Choirbook</em>. It may have fewer parts than <em>Spem</em>, but it is just as much of a challenge to sing.</p> <p>Part of <a href="/tour-dates/choral-at-cadogan-2017-18">Choral at Cadogan 2017-18</a>.</p> ]]>
2018-06-07T19:30:00 2018-06-07T19:30:00
<![CDATA[1958: A Jazz Jamboree]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000 Following on from its sell-out show featuring the music of 1956, and hugely popular 1957 show, the Jazz Repertory Company presents 1958, the year of Sinatra’s 'Come Fly With Me', Ella’s 'Irving Berlin Songbook', the young Nina Simone and the budding s

Friday 8 June, 7.30pm

Ticket Information: £36, £28, £23, £18 , ,Series discount available - see "series page":/tour-dates/the-jazz-repertory-company-presents for details.


<p>Following on from our sell-out show featuring the music of 1956 and our rapidly selling out show of the finest jazz of 1957 we present 1958: A Jazz Jamboree. This was the year of Sinatra’s <em>Come Fly With Me</em>, Ella’s <em>Irving Berlin Songbook</em> and a great year too for the young Nina Simone and the budding superstar Ray Charles.</p> <p>A great evening packed with superb music featuring singers Georgina Jackson, Iain Mackenzie, Jeremy Sassoon and the 17-piece Pete Long Orchestra.</p> ]]>
2018-06-08T19:30:00 2018-06-08T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Gretchen Peters]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Wednesday 13 June, 6pm

Ticket Information: £32.50, £27.50, £23.50


<p>With special guest: Kim Richey.</p> <p>Gretchen Peters is once again touring the UK in support of her, yet untitled, brand new album (to be released in spring 2018).</p> <p>A songwriter and an artist; both sides are essential to her identity, and one listen to this collection makes it clear that her extraordinary body of work is indeed essential listening for the rest of us.</p> <p>Doors 6pm.</p> ]]>
2018-06-13T18:00:00 2018-06-13T18:00:00
<![CDATA[Illegal Eagles]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Tuesday 19 June, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Concert Duration: approx. 2 hours 30 mins

Related Links: "www.illegaleagles.com":http://www.illegaleagles.com

Ticket Information: £35 ,ENCORE Members: £5 off


<p>The World’s Official No. 1 Eagles tribute returns in 2018 for another outstanding show promising more of their trademark musical prowess, acute attention to detail, and incredible showmanship.</p> <p>This phenomenal group of musicians have been touring for over two decades and remain true Eagles fanatics! Their longevity and continued international acclaim are due in no small part to their extraordinary mastery of the Eagles’ distinctive sound. </p> <p>Featuring the very best from the Eagles’ repertoire including <em>Hotel California, Take it to the Limit, Life in the Fast Lane, Take It Easy, Lyin’ Eyes, Desperado</em> and plenty more!</p> <p><em>‘Amazing musicianship and vocals’</em> (<span class="caps">NME</span>)</p> ]]>
2018-06-19T19:30:00 2018-06-19T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Pinchas Zukerman Summer Music Festival]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Tuesday 26 June, 1pm

Programme: pg. Bach ## Chaconne in D minor from Partita No. 2 ,pg. Bartók ## Sonata for Solo Violin

Artists: pg. Viviane Hagner ## violin

Ticket Information: £12 , ,Series discount available - see "series page":/tour-dates/pinchas-zukerman-summer-music-festival-2017 for details


<p>Viviane Hagner takes centre stage to open the Pinchas Zukerman Summer Music Festival, performing two ambitious works for solo violin. Firstly Bach’s Chaconne, which has been dubbed ‘the greatest structure for solo violin that exists’ by violin virtuoso Yehudi Menuhin, alongside Bartók’s Sonata for Solo Violin, which utilises the full gamut of instrumental techniques in an atmospheric setting.</p> ]]>
2018-06-26T13:00:00 2018-06-26T13:00:00
<![CDATA[Pinchas Zukerman Summer Music Festival]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Tuesday 26 June, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Mendelssohn ## String Symphony No. 10 ,pg. Mozart ## Sinfonia Concertante in E flat major ,pg. Mendelssohn ## Symphony No. 5 (Reformation)

Artists: * Royal Philharmonic Orchestra , ,pg. Pinchas Zukerman ## conductor/viola ,pg. Viviane Hagner ## violin

Ticket Information: £40, £32.50, £25, £15 ,ENCORE Members: £5 off top 3 prices , ,Enjoy the afternoon Chamber Concert for just £5 when purchasing a ticket to the evening orchestral concert. Enter the promo code DAYPASS when booking. , ,Series discount available - see "series page":/tour-dates/pinchas-zukerman-summer-music-festival-2017 for details


<p>Mendelssohn’s music has a well-earned reputation for oozing romance and drama and this concert will be no exception. Opening this performance with a touch of his sensitive style will feature Mendelssohn’s String Symphony No. 10, whilst his rarely heard Symphony No. 5 will close the performance with a flourish.</p> <p><small>This concert is kindly supported by <span class="caps">MWM</span> Consulting.</small></p> ]]>
2018-06-26T19:30:00 2018-06-26T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Pinchas Zukerman Summer Music Festival]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Thursday 28 June, 1pm

Programme: pg. Mendelssohn ## Song Without Words for Cello and Piano ,pg. Mendelssohn ## Trio No. 1 in D minor for Violin, Cello and Piano ,pg. Mozart ## Quintet for Clarinet and Strings in A major

Artists: pg. Pinchas Zukerman ## violin ,pg. Fumiaki Miura ## violin ,pg. Amanda Forsyth ## cello ,pg. Angela Cheng ## piano ,pg. Abigail Fenna ## viola ,pg. Katherine Lacy ## clarinet

Ticket Information: £12 , ,Series discount available - see "series page":/tour-dates/pinchas-zukerman-summer-music-festival-2017 for details


<p>Published after his death, Mendelssohn’s Song Without Words for Cello and Piano opens this chamber concert with a beautiful collection of miniature masterpieces. In contrast to the sweet and lyrical melodies of Mozart’s Quintet for Clarinet and Strings is one of the most enduring Piano Trio’s of all time, Mendelssohn’s Trio No. 1 in D minor for Violin, Cello and Piano, whose popularity stems from its soaring melodies and virtuosity throughout.</p> ]]>
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<![CDATA[Pinchas Zukerman Summer Music Festival]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Thursday 28 June, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Mozart ## Symphony No. 35 (Haffner) ,pg. Mendelssohn ## Violin Concerto ,pg. Mozart ## Serenade No. 6 in D major ,pg. Mozart ## Symphony No. 36, K. 425 (Linz) ,

Artists: * Royal Philharmonic Orchestra , ,pg. Pinchas Zukerman ## conductor/violin ,pg. Fumiaki Miura ## violin

Ticket Information: £40, £32.50, £25, £15 , ,ENCORE Members: £5 off top 3 prices , ,Enjoy the afternoon Chamber Concert for just £5 when purchasing a ticket to the evening orchestral concert. Enter the promo code DAYPASS when booking. , ,Series discount available - see "series page":/tour-dates/pinchas-zukerman-summer-music-festival-2017 for details


<p>Written in only four days, the genius of Mozart clearly shines throughout much of his music, in particular his Symphony No. 36. Pinchas Zukerman continues this stunning programme of Mendelsohn and Mozart, opening with the energetic Symphony No. 35 followed by Mendelssohn’s sweet, songful (and very well-known) Violin Concerto, performed by Fumiaki Miura.</p> ]]>
2018-06-28T19:30:00 2018-06-28T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Pinchas Zukerman Summer Music Festival]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Saturday 30 June, 1pm

Programme: pg. Shostakovich ## Trio No.2 in E minor for Violin, Cello and Piano ,pg. Schubert ## Trio for Violin, Cello and Piano in B flat major

Artists: pg. Pinchas Zukerman ## violin ,pg. Amanda Forsyth ## cello ,pg. Angela Cheng ## piano

Ticket Information: £12 , ,Series discount available - see "series page":/tour-dates/pinchas-zukerman-summer-music-festival-2017 for details


<p>It is a delight to welcome Amanda Forsyth and Angela Cheng back to the stage for this intimate chamber concert, featuring two masterpieces for violin, cello and piano trio. Written some 90 years apart, this programme fuses music written as a lamentation for victims of the Holocaust in Shostakovich’s Trio No. 2, with the grace and delicacy in Schubert’s Trio for Violin, Cello and Piano.</p> ]]>
2018-06-30T13:00:00 2018-06-30T13:00:00
<![CDATA[Pinchas Zukerman Summer Music Festival]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Saturday 30 June, 7.30pm

Encore Event

Programme: pg. Haydn ## Symphony No. 82 (The Bear) ,pg. Haydn ## Violin Concerto in C major ,pg. Mendelssohn ## Symphony No. 4 (Italian)

Artists: * Royal Philharmonic Orchestra , ,pg. Pinchas Zukerman ## conductor/violin

Ticket Information: £40, £32.50, £25, £15 , ,ENCORE Members: £5 off top 3 prices , ,Enjoy the afternoon Chamber Concert for just £5 when purchasing a ticket to the evening orchestral concert. Enter the promo code DAYPASS when booking. , ,Series discount available - see "series page":/tour-dates/pinchas-zukerman-summer-music-festival-2017 for details


<p>Scored as the first of the six Paris Symphonies, Haydn’s vigorous yet graceful ‘Bear’ Symphony will prevail as Pinchas Zukerman takes centre stage for Haydn’s acrobatic Violin Concerto. In contrast, Mendelsohn’s buoyant and cheerful Symphony No. 4 closes this Summer Music Festival with panache and flair.</p> ]]>
2018-06-30T19:30:00 2018-06-30T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Jazz in New York: the 1930's]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Saturday 22 September, 7.30pm

Ticket Information: £36, £28, £23, £18 , ,Series discount available - see "series page":/tour-dates/the-jazz-repertory-company-presents for details.


<p>In 1930s New York jazz was the pop of its day and the music emanating from Manhattan’s radio stations, nightclubs, bars and dance halls was at its most swinging and exciting. Recreating the music of stars such as Fats Waller, Lionel Hampton, Benny Goodman, Louis Armstrong and Billie Holiday will be some of the greatest names on today&#8217;s classic jazz scene, pianists <strong>Martin Litton</strong> and <strong>Keith Nichols</strong>, trumpeter <strong>Enrico Tomasso</strong>, singers <strong>Joan Viskant</strong> and <strong>Julia Biel</strong> and from Germany, the brilliant saxophonist and clarinetist <strong>Matthias Seuffert</strong>.</p> <p>We begin in 1937 with music from The Madhattan Room at Midtown’s Hotel Pennsylvania where Chicagoan Benny Goodman, The King of Swing, is resident. Benny’s effervescent playing is captured perfectly by German clarinet star Matthias Seuffert. From here, a cab ride to Greenwich Village and Nick’s Club where Eddie Condon and his band are cooking up a storm with their freewheeling Chicago jazz style.</p> <p>Keeping with our Chicagoans in New York theme we then feature our very own Chicago Chanteuse, Joan Viskant, paying tribute to the great singers Lee Wiley and Mildred Bailey. The first set finishes with the music of Harlem’s ‘Cheerful Little Earful’: Fats Waller. Keith Nichols leads his six-piece through some of the most well-loved Fats compositions such as <em>Your Feet’s Too Big</em> and <em>The Joint is Jumpin’</em>.</p> <p>Vibraphone virtuoso Anthony Kerr kicks off the second set performing as Lionel Hampton and taking us to New York’s <span class="caps">RCA</span> Victor studios in 1938 where Hamp’s dizzying small band sessions included some of the top New York jazzmen of the day such as Benny Carter and Harry James.</p> <p>2015 is the centenary of the ever-popular Billie Holiday and we celebrate with singer Julia Biel who captures Billie’s sound and style perfectly in a set of some of Billie’s marvellous recordings with Teddy Wilson and Lester Young. Pianist Martin Litton takes on the role of Duke Ellington and we’re back in the <span class="caps">RCA</span> studios with Duke’s small band starring such luminaries as Johnny Hodges and Cootie Williams.</p> <p>The concert finishes with a tribute to the biggest name in jazz, Louis Armstrong (played by maestro Enrico Tomasso reprising his role as the great ‘Satchmo’). In 1938 Louis was joined by Fats Waller, Bud Freeman, Jack Teagarden and a hotter-than-hot rhythm section on a Saturday Night in Harlem session on radio station <span class="caps">WNEW</span>. The wonderful music that ensued makes for a fitting climax to this round-up of jazz in 1930’s New York.</p> ]]>
2018-09-22T19:30:00 2018-09-22T19:30:00
<![CDATA[At Last: The Etta James Story]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Monday 22 October, 7.30pm

Ticket Information: £40 (premium seats), £30


<p>This smash-hit show saw its world premiere in Melbourne in 2013 and since then has packed theatres throughout Australia and New Zealand.</p> <p>In 2016 the show returned to Melbourne for a sell-out season at The Arts Centre and July saw the show triumph for a third season at The Sydney Opera House. In the spring of 2017 <em>At Last – The Etta James Story</em> toured the UK, selling out theatres in London, Liverpool, Manchester and across the country, receiving 5-star reviews and multiple standing ovations wherever it played. Starring the sensational Vika Bull <em>At Last</em> tells the story of soul legend Etta James turbulent life and features some of her most beloved songs including <em>Tell Mama, Something’s Got AHold On Me, Sugar On The Floor</em>, the heart-rending <em>I’d Rather Go Blind</em>, her iconic signature song <em>At Last</em> and more.</p> <p>Vika puts her heart and soul into this unforgettable show and is joined on stage by some of Australia’s finest and funkiest musicians. During a long and tumultuous career that saw her win six Grammy Awards and a star on The Hollywood Walk Of Fame, Etta James has influenced a vast array of artists from Diana Ross, Janis Joplin, Stevie Wonder, The Rolling Stones and Rod Stewart and is acknowledged as inspiring the careers of a new generation of singers from Christina Aguilera, Joss Stone, Adele and the late Amy Winehouse.</p> <p>Sadly, Etta’s frantic recording and touring schedule coincided with her ever-growing addiction problems and over time she not only sang the blues&#8230; she lived the blues. Mercifully, her passion for life and strength of character saw her conquer her demons and she continued to record and perform into her seventies. With respect, this is her story.</p> ]]>
2018-10-22T19:30:00 2018-10-22T19:30:00
<![CDATA[Carols by Candlelight]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Wednesday 12 December 2018, 7.30pm

Programme: pg.Cullen## Joy to the World ,pg.Handel##Christmas Sequence from Messiah ,pg.Pearsall##In dulci jubilo ,pg.Handel## Zadok the Priest ,pg.Willcocks## I Saw Three Ships ,pg.Handel## Let the Bright Seraphim , ,pg.And CAROLS FOR ALL ,Good King Wenceslas ,Once in Royal David's City ,While Shepherd's Watched their Flocks by Night ,O Come all ye Faithful ,Hark! The Herald Angels Sing ,

Artists: * Highgate Choral Society ,* Mozart Festival Orchestra , ,pg. Steven Devine ## conductor ,pg. Keri Fuge## soprano

Ticket Information: £47.50, £37.50, £24.50


<p>A sublime concert of carols and seasonal classics, staged in full 18th century costume in an evocative candle-lit style setting.</p> ]]>
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<![CDATA[Royal Philharmonic Orchestra]]> Cadogan Hall 0.00000000 0.00000000

Sunday 16 December 2018, 3pm and 7pm

Artists: pg.Nick Davies##conductor ,pg.Sarah Brown##soprano ,pg.Oliver Tompsett##vocalist

Ticket Information: £50, £40, £30, £20 ,Encore Members: £5 off top 3 prices ,Series discounts available


<p>Christmas isn’t the same without attending the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s Christmas Cracker. This fun, festive concert is back for two performances of glittering Christmas songs and music, featuring Soprano Sarah Brown and West End star Oliver Tompsett (Guys and Dolls). This sparkling programme includes: It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year, White Christmas, The Christmas Song, Sleigh Ride, Jingle Bells, Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, Winter Wonderland …and many more!</p> <p>As the beautiful Christmas tree illuminates Cadogan Hall’s stage and mulled wine is served to complement the wintry weather, there will be no doubt in your minds that Christmas has well and truly begun! </p> ]]>
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