Taking place largely at the London Symphony Orchestra at St Luke’s on Old Street, there’s a smothering of incredible events and performances for any lover of classical music. It’s three musically charged days of piano improv, a talk on Johannes Sebastian Bach, a violinist’s fusion of modern and Baroque compositions, a family workshop on the art of folksinging, and a new play/concert by the Ceruleo theatre group who compose a story around the final hours of English composer Henry Purcell.
Baroque at the Edge will be a symphony of educational and entertaining delights, and it doesn’t cost a fortune to be a part of. Even if you’re not well versed in the Baroque period, this is an essential musical event to kick off 2019.
|What||Baroque at the Edge comes back to London|
|Where||Various Locations | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Old Street (underground)|
04 Jan 19 – 06 Jan 19, TIMES VARY
|Price||££0 - £25|
|Website||Click here for more information|