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
|28 November 2014|
Waterlow Park, Highgate Hill
£12; concessions £8
|Members of Serenata Choir|
To include old classical favourites such as:
Charles Gounod: O Divine Redeemer
Adolphe Adam: O Holy Night
Johann Strauss: The Nuns' Chorus from Casanova
After the interval there will be a chance to enjoy (and sing along with) old popular favourites like White Christmas, Winter Wonderland and Jingle Bell Rock.
Box Office: +44 (0)20 8340 2983. Tickets also available at the door.
Do come along and get in the mood for Christmas!
|29 November 2014|
Hindes Rd, Harrow
£12 adults, £10 concessions, £5 students, under 16s free. Booking details on orchestra's website
|Trinity Orchestra Harrow: Brahms Double Concerto with Philharmonia Principals|
Trinity Orchestra, Harrow
Robin O’Neill, conductor
Zsolt-Tihamér Visontay (Philharmonia Concertmaster), violin
Timothy Walden (Philharmonia Principal Cello), cello
Brahms: Double Concerto for Violin and Cello in A minor, Op 102
Franck: Symphony in D minor
Stravinsky: Symphonies of Wind Instruments
Continuing our Brahms series, Trinity Orchestra presents an exciting and varied evening of music conducted by Robin O’Neill. We’re delighted to welcome, as soloists, Zsolt-Tihamér Visontay and Timothy Walden, Concertmaster and Principal Cello of the Philharmonia Orchestra.
The double concerto was Brahms’s last orchestral work and was an unprecedented pairing of violin and cello, blending intimacy and grandiosity to create a charming and surprising masterpiece. This is a rare opportunity to hear it performed by two of the world’s outstanding string players.
In complete contrast, the wind and brass sections of Trinity Orchestra will perform Stravinsky’s strikingly original Symphonies of Wind Instruments. Dedicated to the memory of Debussy, it is an edgy and incisive work, full of varied tonal colours.
Completing the concert is the radiant Symphony in D minor by Cesar Franck - a radical fusion of French and German musical traditions, and one of the most significant French works of the late 19th century.
Join us for a pre-concert talk at 7pm through which you can learn more about the evening’s music.
|2 December 2014|
Waterlow Park, Highgate Hill
+44 (0)20 8348 8716
|An exploration of the repertoire for flute trio|
Kathy Batchelor, flute
James Greenfield, cello
John Cuthbert, piano
Kapustin: Flute Trio
Gaubert: Trois Aquarelles
Free Lunchtime Concerts
The concert will last till approximately 2pm.
|4 December 2014|
Don Bosco Hall, Our Lady Help of Christians Church
Falkland Road (corner with Lady Margaret Road), Kentish Town
|Mornington Sinfonia - Boieldieu, Humperdinck and Haydn|
Ann Binks, leader
Keith Bramich, conductor (Boieldieu, Humperdinck)
Tom Whitehouse, conductor (Haydn)
Boieldieu: The Caliph of Baghdad overture
Humperdinck: Hansel and Gretel Overture
Haydn: Symphony No 103 in E flat (Drum-roll)
Collection in aid of Our Lady Help of Christians new entrance. Drink and nibbles after the concert.
|13 December 2014|
Rosslyn Hill Chapel
Rosslyn Hill, Hampstead
£17 (£15 concessions)
|Beethoven Chamber Orchestra - Grieg, Mozart, Glazunov/Liadov, Mantas|
Beethoven Chamber Orchestra
Patrick Noronha, conductor
Santiago Mantas, conductor
Grieg: Holberg Suite Op 20
Mozart: Symphony No 29 in A, K 201
Glazunov/Liadov: Les Vendreadis - Polka
Santiago Mantas: Serenade Funebre in D minor (2014) (first performance)
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