WORKSHOP with Philharmonia Britannica: Schubert 9

Day workshop on Schubert’s 9th Symphony “The Great”, finishing with an informal performance of the piece.

Time  5.30pm Saturday 11 January

Place  London Welsh Centre, 157-163 Gray’s Inn Road, London WC1X 8UE

Tickets  Free entry, exit donation.

** Spaces still available in some sections – message me if interested **

Fulham Opera: Ring Cycles 

See fulhamopera.com for dates/times/prices/casts of individual operas and two full cycles (each over 6 days).

Place  St Johns Church, North End Rd, London SW6 1PB

(NB am only in Siegfried & Götterdämmerung)

Whitehall Orchestra: Beethoven 9

d’Albert  Cello Concerto (with Raphael Wallfisch)
Beethoven  9th Symphony (with Rebecca Goulden, Anna Harvey, Stephen Aviss, Richard Walshe, and The Bach Choir)

Time  7.30pm Saturday 29 March

Place  St John’s Smith Square, SW1P 3HA

http://bit.ly/StJohnsSS

Tickets  £15/£12/£10/£8 – buy online and choose your seat!

Edinburgh Players Opera Group

Concert performance of Wagner’s Götterdämmerung.

Time  10.30am, Sunday 25 September

Place  Portobello Town Hall, Edinburgh, EH15 1AF

Tickets  voluntary £15 admission charge

Whitehall Orchestra

A rare chance to hear Eugene d’Albert’s 2nd Piano concerto, played by Alan Brown (http://bit.ly/AlanBrown), plus Wagner’s Meistersinger Overture and Elgar’s 1st Symphony.

Time  7.30pm, Thursday 24 November

Place  St Gabriel’s Church, Pimlico, SW1V 2AD
http://bit.ly/StGabriels

Tickets  £9 (£6 concessions), with group discounts available

Philharmonia Britannica

Mahler’s Third Symphony is his hymn to the natural world and his longest work. It combines a hitherto unheard of six movements. They range from sounds depicting huge and grand vistas to the angelic sound of women’s and children’s voices. From the loudest to the softest, from the most brash to the smoothest of sounds, almost everything is here in this piece which is larger than life – not unlike Mahler himself!

Time  7.30pm, Saturday 3 December

Place  St John’s Church, Waterloo,  SE1 8TY
http://bit.ly/StJohnsWaterloo

Tickets  £15, £12 (concs), £5 (U19s)