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Christiane Karg soprano
Gerold Huber piano

Es war einmal… ‘Märchenhafte Sagenwelt’

Saturday 16 September 7.30pm



Young Musicians from
The Purcell School

Beethoven, Alkan, Scarlatti and more

Thursday 21 September 7.30pm

Vox Luminis

Bach, Arnstadt

Tuesday 19 September 7.30pm

Royal College of Music welcomes back Vladimir Ashkenazy for its Autumn Season

The Royal College of Music (RCM) announces its 2017 Autumn Season, which includes a concert of Russian music at the Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall under the baton of Vladimir Ashkenazy. The RCM Symphony Orchestra performs pieces by Rachmaninov and Shostakovich as part of the Philharmonia Orchestra’s series Voices of Revolution: Russia 1917. Back in South Kensington, a series of themed chamber concerts illustrate this turbulent period of history.


Island-punk artist Ms. Mohammed to release her debut EP, Alibi, this Autumn

After a brief stint in side projects that saw her appearing at Reading Festival and on Later…with Jools Holland, the London-based artist released a self-titled LP of attitudinal alt-blues as Dana Jade in 2012, earning strong reviews and support slots with the likes of PJ Harvey collaborator, John Parish.

The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
Adapted by Nick Lane


This September, a thrilling new adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s dark psychological fantasy, The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, will be embarking on a five month UK tour, immersing audiences in the myth and mystery of 19th century London.

Life and death take centre stage in still life exhibition at Guildhall Art Gallery.

Nature Morte seeks to illustrate how leading artists of the 21st century have reinvigorated still life, a genre previously synonymous with the 16th and 17th centuries. This major exhibition will be one of the largest ever presented at the Guildhall Art Gallery with works displayed by artists including Mat Collishaw, Michael Craig-Martin, Gabriel Orozco and Marc Quinn.

Bartholomew LaFollette: Brahms
Works for Cello and Piano


British/American cellist Bartholomew LaFollette makes his debut recording on Champs Hill Records with a programme of Brahms, bookended by the two great sonatas for cello, the second of which (F major Op 99) is heard in the brand new edition by Bärenreiter.

Wigmore Hall September
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Gina McKee to play Boudica in new production at Shakespeare’s Globe

Shakespeare’s Globe is delighted to announce that Gina McKee will be playing the title role in Eleanor Rhode’s forthcoming production of Tristan Bernays’ new play Boudica, opening Friday 8 September. The final production of Emma Rice’s Summer of Love season, Boudica charts the story of one of Britain’s most famous warrior queens.

Acclaimed and award-winning clarinettist Robert Plane presents a highly-spiced collection of Hungarian music by Bartok, Rozsa, Weiner, Dohnanyi and Kurtag.

Includes the world premiere recording of a piece by Tibor Serly, better known as the completer of Bartok’s Viola Concerto.  Plane discovered the piece quite by accident, through a chance meeting with saxophonist Chris Gradwell who had originally intended to give the UK premiere. "I couldn’t believe that such an atmospheric and infectiously witty piece had lain undiscovered for so long.” The music embraces the spirit of Hollywood, albeit tongue-in-cheek.