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Patricia Kopatchinskaja violin Anthony Romaniuk harpsichord
& piano

CPE Bach, Crumb, Ligeti and more

Sunday 7 May 7.30pm

Elias String Quartet
& Benjamin Frith piano

Paul Newland, Dvořák and Schumann

Thursday 11 May 7.30pm

Ian Bostridge tenor & Lars Vogt piano

Schubert and Beethoven

Wednesday 10 May 7.30pm

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Menuhin Competition

Eleven days of celebration for the violin and youth in Switzerland for the first time.

Geneva 12-22 April 2018

For the first time of its history, the Menuhin Competition is to take place in Switzerland in April 2018, with the city of Geneva hosting the 18th edition of the biennial event. Founded by the violinist Yehudi Menuhin in 1983, it is the world’s leading international competition and meeting place for violinists under 22 years old.


The Royal Opera, London Philharmonic Orchestra and Curve present the world premiere of Ravi Shankar’s Sukanya, which tours venues across the UK in May 2017.

Paolo Morena

Last weekend, Paolo Morena attended the 10th Annual Panic Awards and was voted “SOLO PERFORMER OF THE DECADE”.

Kitty Whately

In a co-production between Champs Hill Records and the BBC, Kitty Whately returns to the Music Room at Champs Hill to record her second disc with the label, accompanied by distinguished pianist Simon Lepper.

Wigmore Hall’s genre-crossing late-nights return in May

Wigmore Lates return to Wigmore Hall again this year with line-up of extraordinary concerts in the iconic central London venue.

Nicolas Altstaedt

German-French cellist Nicolas Altstaedt is renowned worldwide for his creativity and versatility, in his captivating performances of repertoire on both modern and gut strings.


This June, InTRANSIT will once again take over the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea with its exciting and experimental programme of site-responsive art and performance.

On the Theatre Pages you’ll find detailed information about shows performed in small off west end venues by companies who are challenging the theatrical norm.
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Jean Cooke RA (1927-2008) - Delight in the Thing Seen - Jerwood Gallery from May 24

Jean Cooke RA (1927-2008) was an artist with a profoundly personal view of the world who found joy and inspiration in the everyday. She has been described as having created some of the most fiercely original and moving self-portraits in Modern British Art, and is critically acclaimed as a colourist.

This exhibition celebrates Cooke’s unique, quirky, lyrical vision, drawing together works that explore the different aspects of her artistic practice. Training in a range of media including sculpture, illustration, textile design and pottery, Cooke focused on painting at the encouragement of artists Carel Weight RA (1908-1997) and John Bratby RA (1928-1992).

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