Events Diary: Past Events

A review of the past year’s performances of Berkeley works

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March 2020

SUNDAY 1

MARCH

3.30pm: Evensong

Magnificat and Nunc dimittis (op. 99)

Performed by the Choir of King's College Cambridge

King's College Chapel, Cambridge

MONDAY 2

MARCH

Serenade (op. 12)

Wimbledon High School Baroque Ensemble cond. R. Bristow.

WEDNESDAY 4

MARCH

Magnificat and Nunc dimittis (op. 99)

Merton College Chapel, Oxford

5.30pm: Evensong

The Lord is My Shepherd (op. 91 part 1)

Norwich Cathedral, Norwich

THURSDAY 12

MARCH

Magnificat and Nunc dimittis (op. 99)

Merton College Chapel, Oxford

SATURDAY 21

MARCH

7.30pm: Razumovsky Academy concert

Five Poems (op. 53, W. H. Auden)

This event has been postponed due to coronavirus outbreak. Please watch this space for updates.

Michael Berkeley introduces a wonderful programme of songs and ensemble works by Lenox Berkeley ('Among the leaves the small birds sing' from 'Five Poems' by W. H Auden), Beethoven, Haydn, Mahler, Korngold, Wellesz, Michael Berkeley, Benjamin Britten and Akos Banlaky. Performed by Josipa Bainac (mezzosoprano), Alexander Znamenskiy (viola) and David Hausknecht (piano).

Razumovsky Academy, Kensal Green, London, NW10 5ET

Box office: Razumovsky Academy

SUNDAY 22

MARCH

7.30pm: Walpole Street Concert

Andantino (op. 21 part 2a, Arrangement of A Festival Anthem)

This event has been postponed due to coronavirus outbreak. Please watch this space for updates.

Charles Rose presents a performance of Lennox Berkeley's Andantino together with a varied programme of works by composers including Handel, Beethoven, Wilding, Mahler, Banlaky and Michael Berkeley.

Music Room, 14 Walpole Street, London, SW3 4QP. Ticket enquiries to Sarah.Mansfield@unilever.com

Box office: Razumovsky Academy

MONDAY 23

MARCH

1.05pm: Lunchtime recital

This event has been postponed due to coronavirus outbreak. Please watch this space for updates.

A varied programme of music including two French songs by Lennox Berkeley and 'Ode - In Memoriam' by Michael Berkeley, and works by composers including Handel, Mozart, Liszt and Banlaky. Admission free/donations welcome.

St. Martin-within-Ludgate, Ludgate Hill, London, EC4M 7DE

Box office: Razumovsky Academy

TUESDAY 24

MARCH

7.00pm: Music at Mansfield Street

Andantino (op. 21 part 2a, Arrangement of A Festival Anthem)

This event has been postponed due to coronavirus outbreak. Please watch this space for updates.

Bob Boas presents a varied programme of chamber music including French songs and Andantino by Lennox Berkeley, and works by composers including Michael Berkeley and Akos Banlaky. Performed by Josipa Bainac (soprano), Alexander Znamensky (viola) and David Hausknecht (piano). Drinks and canapes will be served after the concert.

Nicholas Boas Charitable Trust, 22 Mansfield Street, London, W1G 9NR

Box office: Nicholas Boas Charitable Trust
Tel: 020 7436 0344
Email: boasb1@outlook.com

WEDNESDAY 25

MARCH

7.00pm: Somewhere: An English-Austrian Song Recital

Andantino (op. 21 part 2a, Arrangement of A Festival Anthem)

Five Poems (op. 53, W. H. Auden)

This event has been postponed due to coronavirus outbreak. Please watch this space for updates.

This special evening will see the young virtuoso mezzo-soprano Josipa Bainac, accompanied by pianist David Hausknecht and violist Alexander Znamensky, interpret recent compositions by Austrian and English composers. The programme includes Lennox Berkeley's 'Among the leaves the small birds sing' (from Five Poems by W.H. Auden) and Andantino. Also on the programme are works by Michael Berkeley, Erich. W. Korngold and Akos Banlaky. The concert has a unique symbiotic twist: English poetry set to Austrian compositions, and vice versa.

Austrian Cultural Forum London, 28 Rutland Gate, Knightsbridge, London, SW7 1PQ

Box office: Nicholas Boas Charitable Trust
Tel: 020 7436 0344
Email: boasb1@outlook.com