Amati Orchestra – STRAVINSKY: Firebird Suite SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony No 10 – 7:30pm
STRAVINSKY | Firebird Suite
SHOSTAKOVICH | Symphony No 10
Conductor: Leo Patsalides
Leader: Edouard Alexandre Wood
The Yale Whiffenpoofs – America’s Oldest a cappella group – 6.30pm
Join the Yale Whiffenpoofs, America’s oldest and most renowned collegiate a cappella group, for an evening of song, fun and wine in the heart of London!
The ensemble which has included famous people like Cole Porter, was founded in 1909 at Yale as a barbershop quartet. Their cheerful, light-hearted repertoire has expanded to include music from all genres and generations-- Jazz, Blues, Rock, folksongs, contemporary Pop..
Perfect for a mis-summer night’s eve and suitable for all ages.
Featuring award-winning, organic, sustainable wines from Chêne Bleu.
Battersea Choral Society – A Summer Concert – 7.30pm
‘Vivaldi's Gloria is one of the most uplifting choral works in the sacred music genre; and is a joyful hymn of praise and worship.
Next to Vivaldi’s Gloria and Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater, the four-part Magnificat by Durante is among the most familiar pieces of eighteenth century Italian sacred music.
Handel wrote his eleven Chandos Anthems between the years of 1717 and 1719. The anthem ‘O come, let us sing unto the Lord’ is joyous music by a then youthful composer, and the slow movements are deeply felt. The text is a compilation of verses from five psalms out of the Anglican Prayer Book.’