Classical concerts in North London

Hear live music without visiting the centre of town. To list your concerts here, please use the link at the bottom of the page. This is a free listing service provided by Mornington Sinfonia in conjunction with the website cadenza.org

30 June 2016
Don Bosco Hall, Our Lady Help of Christians Church
Falkland Road (entrance near corner with Lady Margaret Road), Kentish Town
United Kingdom

Web site
+44 (0)7771 600 776

Free entrance; retiring collection in aid of SanKTus, the welfare project for the homeless and socially excluded
Let the Siren Sound - music for voice and orchestra - Mornington Sinfonia informal end of term concert

Tiara Ataii, soprano
Lynn Norris, voice
Katharine Norris, voice
Mornington Sinfonia
Elizabeth Ann Binks, leader
Keith Bramich, conductor
Tom Whitehouse, conductor

Mozart: La clemenza di Tito overture
Lynn Norris: Let the Siren Sound (first performance)
Michael Arne: The lass with the delicate air (first performance of new orchestration)
Tchaikovsky: Waltz of the Flowers (Nutcracker Suite)
Haydn: Symphony No 93 in D

Performance ends at approximately 9pm, followed by snacks and drinks
13 July 2016
Kings Place
90 York Way
N1 9AG
United Kingdom

Web site

Online Price: £16.50-34.50, savers £9.50
Sacconi Quartet with Mark Padmore: 15th Anniversary Concert

Sacconi Quartet:
Ben Hancox, violin
Hannah Dawson, violin
Robin Ashwell, viola
Cara Berridge, cello

Mark Padmore, tenor

Mozart: String Quartet No 20 in D, K 499 Hoffmeister
Mendelssohn: String Quartet No 6 in F minor, Op 80
Jonathan Dove: In Damascus (first London performance)

The dynamic Sacconi Quartet celebrates its 15th birthday with a performance of two well-loved quartets Mozart's D major Quartet nicknamed after its dedicatee, and Mendelssohn's Sixth Quartet, the last major work he completed before his premature death.

In the second half, they are joined by celebrated tenor Mark Padmore for the London premiere of Jonathan Dove's new song-cycle for tenor and string quartet, In Damascus, setting words by the contemporary Syrian poet Ali Safar.
10 August 2016 until 11 August 2016
Camden People's Theatre
58-60 Hampstead Rd
United Kingdom

Web site

£8, concessions £6
Scenes from the End

Héloöse Werner, soprano
Emily Burns, director

Jonathan Woolgar: Scenes from the End

Camden Fringe

Scenes from the End is a new, daring, solo show that embraces the emotional power of opera to explore the overwhelming themes of death and grief.

In three parts, Scenes from the End begins with the end of the universe, moves through the end of humanity, before finally addressing the end of the individual. What is grief? How does society perceive death and grief, and how does this affect your own experience of grief? At times reserved and reflective, at times unashamedly direct, Scenes from the End will leave the audience challenged and shaken, forced to consider and reflect upon their own attitudes towards death and grief.

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