Total immersion begins on 1 Apr with two cantatas, sung by the London Bach Singers with the Feinstein Ensemble, including Ich Habe Genug. Also sung is the great Mass in B Minor on 2 Apr at 7:30PM, when soloists include Tim Travers-Brown (countertenor).
Playing Bach’s captivating solo works are Catherine Manson (violin) in the Partita No 2 in D minor on 1 Apr at 10PM, Steven Devine performing the Goldberg Variations on Apr 2 at 4PM, and Richard Tunnicliffe, whose performance of the complete cello suites on 3 Apr at 11:30AM and 3.45PM features at 2.45PM a free but ticketed talk. The weekend concludes with music by Bach, Telemann and Handel, including Handel’s Suite No 3 in G, the Water Music, played by the Feinstein Emsemble.
|What||Bach Weekend at Kings Place|
|Where||Kings Place, 90 York Way, London, N1 9AG | MAP|
|Nearest tube||King's Cross St. Pancras (underground)|
01 Apr 16 – 03 Apr 16, Times vary. Performances and talks throughout the day
|Price||£0 - £34.50|
|Website||Click here for information and booking|