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Cadogan Hall P R E S E N T S Zurich International Orchestra Series 2017-18 I N A S S O C I AT I O N W I T H I M G A R T I S T S

The largest and most comprehensive series of international orchestras in the country, now in its eleventh year, has just been announced. Featuring 14 distinguished international orchestras from throughout Europe and Russia. 2017

2018

6 October

1 March

BUSONI/MOZART/BEETHOVEN

KHACHATURIAN/ TCHAIKOVSKY/RACHMANINOV

Basel Symphony Orchestra Ivor Bolton CONDUCTOR Oliver Schnyder PIANO 8-9 October

Mariinsky Orchestra RIMSKY-KORSAKOV/STRAVINSKY

Valery Gergiev CONDUCTOR Kristóf Baráti VIOLIN 16 October

St. Petersburg Symphony Orchestra TCHAIKOVSKY/RACHMANINOV

Alexander Dmitriev CONDUCTOR Peter Donohoe PIANO 8 November

Brussels Philharmonic TURNAGE/BRUCH/ PROKOFIEV/RAVEL

Stéphane Denève CONDUCTOR Nicolaj Znaider VIOLIN 20 November

Basel Chamber Orchestra MENDELSSOHN/SCHUBERT

Heinz Holliger CONDUCTOR Stephen Hough PIANO 24 November

NDR Radiophilharmonie Hannover BEETHOVEN/BRAHMS

Andrew Manze CONDUCTOR Lars Vogt PIANO

Russian State Philharmonic Valery Polyansky CONDUCTOR Valentina Lisitsa PIANO 16 March

SWR Symphony Orchestra Stuttgart BEETHOVEN

Sir Roger Norrington CONDUCTOR Francesco Piemontesi PIANO 16 & 18 April

Czech National Symphony Orchestra

22 May

Dresden Philharmonic WEBER/TCHAIKOVSKY/ SHOSTAKOVICH

Michael Sanderling CONDUCTOR Arabella Steinbacher VIOLIN 31 May

Brussels Philharmonic BERNSTEIN/PROKOFIEV

Stéphane Denève CONDUCTOR Liza Ferschtman VIOLIN 6 June

Würth Philharmonic Orchestra VAUGHAN WILLIAMS/ RACHMANINOV/ELGAR

SCHUBERT/BEETHOVEN/ DVORˇ ÁK

Rumon Gamba CONDUCTOR John Lill PIANO

Petr Altrichter CONDUCTOR 16 April: Pavel Kolesnikov PIANO 18 April: Barry Douglas PIANO

TICKETS: £45-£18

3 May

Bruckner Orchester Linz

Cadogan Hall, Sloane Terrace, London, SW1X 9DQ BOX OFFICE: 020 7730 4500

MAHLER Symphony No. 2

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Markus Poschner CONDUCTOR Bournemouth Symphony Chorus

www.cadoganhall.com/zios

17 May

Flanders Symphony Orchestra DVORˇ ÁK/BEETHOVEN/ SIBELIUS/GRIEG

Jan Latham Koenig CONDUCTOR

Pavel Kolesnikov PIANO


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SEPTEMBER – NOVEMBER 2017 September

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Weds 6

The Carpenters Story

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Contents

Thur 7

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

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September4

Sat 9

Russian State Opera presents Tosca

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October14

Sun 10

Setan Jawa

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Mon 11

Pianomania

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November27

Fri 15

Ute Lemper: The 9 Secrets

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Sat 16

SoulandJazzLIVE!

Sun 17 Mon 18

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Food and Drink 

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Getting to Cadogan Hall 

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Grenfell Tower Benefit Concert

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Booking information

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The BIG Chris Barber Band 2017

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Tues 19

Albert Hammond in Symphony

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Fri 22

The Tallis Scholars

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Sat 23 am Southbank Sinfonia Family Concert

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Sat 23

Jazz at Carnegie Hall

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Sun 24

German Paediatricians Orchestra

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Tues 26

Paul Brady

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Weds 27

London Russian Ballet School

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Thur 28

Band of Her Majesty’s Royal Marines

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October

November

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Weds 1

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

27

Thur 2 Fri 3

John Mayall in Concert

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Sat 4

Strauss Reflected

28

Tues 7

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

29

Weds 8

Brussels Philharmonic

29

EFG LONDON JAZZ FESTIVAL

Weds 4

Marty Stuart and his Fabulous Superlatives 14

Fri 6

Basel Symphony Orchestra

14

Fri 10

Tomasz Stańko Quartet

30

Sat 7

London Concertante

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Sat 11

ACT at 25

30

Sun 8/ Mon 9

Mariinsky Orchestra

15

Sun 12

1957: A Jazz Jukebox

30 34

Tues 10

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

16

Mon 12- ‘Round About Two Thirty free jazz series Fri 17

Fri 13

National Symphony Orchestra

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Mon 13

The Wedding Present

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Taksim Trio + Dorantes: Mediterranean Gypsies

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Sat 14 Sun 15

South Pacific in Concert

18

Tues 14

Eliane Elias: Samba Brazil

31

18

Weds 15 Ben L’Oncle Soul

31

19

Thur 16

Dee Dee Bridgewater

32

Jay Rayner Quartet

32

Mon 16 Tues 17

St Petersburg Symphony Orchestra L’Orchestre du Monde

Weds 18

Liza Pulman Sings Streisand

20

Fri 17

Thur 19

London Concert Choir

21

Sat 18

Miles Davis Symphonic: Kind of Blue

32

Fri 20

Swinging at the Cotton Club

21

Sat 18

Stefano Bollani

33

Thelonius Monk at 100

33

Sat 21

Ben Waters Big Band

22

Sun 19

Sun 22

Orion Orchestra

22

Mon 20

Basel Chamber Orchestra

34

Mon 23

Richard Thompson

23

Weds 22

The Parliament Choir

35

Tues 24

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

23

Thur 23

Stile Antico

35

Weds 25

London Chamber Orchestra

24

Fri 24

NDR Radiophilharmonie Hannover

36

Thur 26

London Choral Sinfonia

24

Sun 26

Lau

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Fri 27

The Solid Gold Rock’n’Roll Show 2017

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Mon 27

Rick Wakeman: Piano Portraits in Concert 37

Sat 28

Sacred Unity

25

Tues 28

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

37

Sun 29

English Schools Orchestra Gala Concert

26

Weds 29

Ricky Ross: Short Stories Vol 1

38

Tues 31

Goldsmiths Choral Union

26

Thur 30

The London Chorus

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September

WEDNESDAY 6 SEPTEMBER, 7.30PM

The Carpenters Story Live in Concert

The award-winning Carpenters Story celebrates the music of one of the most successful pop duos in music history, Richard & Karen Carpenter. Acclaimed international star Claire Furley remains unsurpassed in her uncanny representation of Karen Carpenter. Her stunning vocal harmonies, combined with state of the art video projection and lavish musical arrangements will take you on an incredible journey through the uniqueness that truly was The Carpenters. Featuring all the timeless hits including (They Long To Be) Close To You, We’ve Only Just Begun, Superstar, Yesterday Once More, Top of the World, Please Mr Postman, and many more! ‘A very accurate and faithful portrayal, I’m flattered!’ (Richard Carpenter)

Tickets: £35.50 (premium seats), £29.50, £25.50, £20 ENCORE Members: £5 off top 2 prices


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THURSDAY 7 SEPTEMBER, 7.30PM

SATURDAY 9 SEPTEMBER, 7.30PM

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Russian State Opera presents Tosca

A Celebration of Howard Blake

Howard Blake Sleepwalking Concerto for Piano and Orchestra Diversions for Cello and Orchestra Elegia Stravagante (Duo Concertante) Howard Blake conductor Sophie Witte soprano Sasha Grynyuk piano Benedict Kloeckner cello Nicolas Dautricourt violin Join composer and conductor Howard Blake for a magical evening of some of his stunning works. Best-known for his soundtrack to the acclaimed children’s film The Snowman, he has a lyrical gift which demonstrates an intense musicality and knowledge of the popular mind. Each of the pieces in the evening’s programme is related in some way to the life and tragic death of Princess Diana. Sleepwalking, composed in 1997, is a meditation on her life, the Piano Concerto was commissioned for her 30th birthday, and the brand new Elegia Stravagante commemorates the 20th anniversary of her death.

After a successful tour with Carmen and Madama Butterfly last year, Russian State Opera returns with another beautiful production of one of the greatest opera classics – Tosca. Featuring an impressive cast and accompanied by a live orchestra, this Puccini masterpiece will be sure to intrigue and fascinate you. Tosca is a melodrama where love and politics collide. Originally set in Rome in 1800s, it tells the story of two idealistic lovers, Tosca and Cavaradossi. Their trust is set to be tested by Scarpia, the ruthless police officer who has no boundaries. Scarpia has sentenced Cavaradossi to death. The officer is prepared to let Cavaradossi go if Tosca is willing to spend the night with Scarpia… One of the most emotionally engaging and popular operas of all time, this haunting tragedy with its breathtaking arias, will transport you to the world of romantic Rome, full of drama, passion, love, and betrayal. ‘By far the best company to bring Russian opera to British audiences’ (Stage Talk Magazine) Sung in Italian with English surtitles.

Tickets: £40, £32.50, £25, £15

Tickets: £38, £35, £30

ENCORE Members: £5 off top 3 prices Series discounts available

Groups (10+): 10% off ENCORE Members: £5 off


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SUNDAY 10 SEPTEMBER, 7PM

MONDAY 11 SEPTEMBER, 7.30PM

Setan Jawa

Pianomania

Pre-launch of International Gamelan Festival 2018

Presented by TLV in LDN

Garin Nugroho director Rahayu Supanggah composer Garasi Seni Benawa musicians

Gil Shohat piano Leonid Ptashka piano Slomo Gronich piano Marina Maximilian singer Gemma Summerfield soprano

Indonesian film director Garin Nugroho's latest masterpiece is a silent dance film in black and white, accompanied live by the exquisite gamelan compositions of Rahayu Supanggah. The film is set at the beginning of the 20th century, and is a Javanese take on the classic Faustian legend of a pact made with the devil (setan) in order to gain riches and love. Setan Jawa was premiered at Asia TOPA, Arts Centre Melbourne, in February 2017. (Please note: this performance is the gamelan-only version, without chamber orchestra.). Performance sponsored by Ministry of Education And Culture of the Republic of Indonesia.

Get ready to hear music like never before as three grand pianos, played by world-class concert and jazz pianists, alongside singer Marina Maximilian, take to one stage to bring you the concert of a lifetime. Gil Shohat’s Pianomania. This spectacular evening will be filled with classics from Bach, Mozart and Tchaikovsky, blended together with favourite jazz standards and contemporary Israeli music. Performed in unique arrangements Pianomania will be joined this evening, for one night only, by award-winning British soprano Gemma Summerfield.

This event marks the culmination of the 5-day London Gamelan Festival 2017.

Tickets: Free (please call the Box Office)

Tickets: £40, £35, £28, £18


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FRIDAY 15 SEPTEMBER, 7.30PM

SATURDAY 16 SEPTEMBER, 6PM

Ute Lemper: The 9 Secrets

SoulandJazzLIVE!

Coelho / Lemper The 9 Secrets

Lindsey Webster Myles Sanko Resolution 88 Introducing Michon Young

Ute Lemper in concert with her newest musical creation – a brand new song cycle based on Paulo Coelho’s novel Manuscript Found in Accra. An inspirational journey through both the Middle Eastern and Western landscapes of music and song. Words by world renowned author Paulo Coelho (The Alchemist). Cinematic design by Oscar winner Volker Schloendorff (The Tin Drum). With six musicians on exotic Middle Eastern guitars and percussion, bass, bandoneon, piano, shepherd flutes and saxophones, Ute has created a song cycle that transforms the beautiful words by Paulo Coelho into an extraordinary experience of literature in music. Thoughtful and touching reflections on life are put into gorgeous melodies and cinematic arrangements, all wrapped into an incredible landscape of old ruins in North Africa. The nine chapters are: Beauty, Solitude, Success, Fire, the Word and the Virtue, Movement, Sex, Change and Love.

For one night only in the UK, four incredible artists on one double-length bill! SoulandJazz.com and Sennheiser are proud to present SoulandJazzLIVE! Featuring jazzfunk flavours from Cambridge’s Resolution 88, home-grown soul from Myles Sanko, Billboard’s 2016 Smooth Jazz Artist of the Year Lindsey Webster, and introducing the soulful side of Detroit in 2017 and making her UK debut, soulstress Michon Young. Sennheiser VIP Meet & Greet, 5.30pm For those who want to enjoy the complete SoulandJazzLIVE! experience, VIP tickets holders meet Sennheiser UK’s Director of Operations, David Brinsden, as he hosts an exclusive Sennheiser VIP Meet & Greet with all of the evening’s star performers. There will be bubbles and conversation and time to get to know much more about the artists before they take to the stage.

Tickets: £55, £45, £35, £25

Tickets: £45, £40, £35, £25

ENCORE Members: £5 of top price tickets

VIP tickets: £60 (limited availability) ENCORE Members: 10% off (excludes VIP tickets)


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SUNDAY 17 SEPTEMBER, 6PM

MONDAY 18 SEPTEMBER, 7.30PM

Grenfell Tower Benefit Concert

The BIG Chris Barber Band

A gala of opera, song and choral music presented by Petroc Trelawny

Centenary of Jazz

Some of the world’s leading operatic stars including Stuart Skelton, Christine Rice, Ailish Tynan, Janis Kelly, Natalya Romaniw and Alan Opie share the stage with exciting new talent.

Chris Barber trombone/vocals Bob Hunt trombone/trumpet Mike ‘Magic’ Henry trumpet/cornet Peter Rudeforth trumpet Nick White saxophone Trevor Whiting saxophone Bert Brandsma clarinet/tenor sax Joe Farler banjo/guitar Jackie Flavelle bass/bass guitar John Watson drums

The song section is accompanied by the renowned pianist Eugene Asti and colleagues; the orchestral section played by a collaborative Super Orchestra made up of players from top London orchestras, all coming together for one night only. The concert will include music by Mozart, Schubert, Schumann, Puccini, Purcell, Tchaikovsky and many others, including a wonderful work by award-winning composer Rebecca Dale. Organised by young artists, with support and generous assistance from Cadogan Hall, the Royal Opera House, Garsington Opera, Opera magazine, the International Opera Awards, and leading arts professionals. An event not to be missed.

The BIG Chris Barber Band returns to Cadogan Hall and this year's edition features a celebration of 100 years of Jazz and Chris’ 68 years as bandleader of his band. Chris Barber OBE is one of the last British jazz legends around and an icon of traditional jazz in the UK.

All proceeds will go to the London Emergencies Trust to support those affected by the fire.

The Big Chris Barber Band features everything from New Orleans to blues to late 20s Ellington and Sidney Bechet, played with extraordinary panache and skill. Including songs like Bourbon Street Parade, Jubilee Stomp, Petite Fleur, Ice Cream, When the Saints and many more.

Tickets: £65, £45, £20

Tickets: £35, £30


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TUESDAY 19 SEPTEMBER, 7.30PM

FRIDAY 22 SEPTEMBER, 7.30PM

Albert Hammond in Symphony

The Tallis Scholars

with the Leipzig Symphony Orchestra

Part of Choral at Cadogan 2017-18

Prolific songwriter Albert Hammond performs a rare UK symphonic concert, joined on stage by Germany’s Leipzig Orchestra, led by conductor Andris Nelsons.

Palestrina Laudate pueri Palestrina Virgo prudentissima Monteverdi Messa a quattro voci da cappella (1650) Allegri Miserere Gesualdo O vos omnes, Aestimatus sum Lotti Crucifixus Monteverdi Crucifixus Monteverdi Adoramus te Monteverdi Domine ne in furore Monteverdi Cantate Domino

Known for writing timeless classics performed by the likes of Diana Ross, Whitney Houston, Leo Sayer, The Hollies and Starship, Albert will be presenting songs from his new record In Symphony, a celebration of his career spanning 50+ years. Recorded at Abbey Road Studios, the songs on the album are reimagined versions of hits Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now, One Moment In Time, When I Need You and many others, orchestrated and arranged by Grammynominated composer Rob Mathes (Sting, Bruce Springsteen, Jay Z). With 30 chart-topping hits and combined sales of 360 million, on this album Albert is giving a unique treatment to many of his own singles and ‘taking back’ tracks that have been worldwide hits for others.

Tickets: Stalls £38.50; Gallery: £32.50

Peter Phillips director This programme of Italian masterpieces is centred round the unaccompanied (or prima prattica) writing of Monteverdi, the anniversary of whose birth in 1567 is being celebrated. This a cappella style reached its zenith in the music of Palestrina and then acquired a more harmonic and even madrigalian focus, as shown in the Monteverdi works, a process which could go no further once in the hands of Gesualdo. Add to this Allegri’s Miserere – arguably the most famous piece of choral music in the world – and this promises to be an evening to savour. Tickets: £31, £27, £23, £19 ENCORE Members: £27 for top price tickets


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SATURDAY 23 SEPTEMBER, 11.30AM

SATURDAY 23 SEPTEMBER, 7.30PM

Southbank Sinfonia Family Concert

Jazz at Carnegie Hall

Lee Reynolds conductor

For over 100 years the greatest names in jazz history have performed at the world’s best known concert venue, New York’s Carnegie Hall. We begin in 1912 with the proto-jazz of James Rees Europe and then onto the roaring 20s of Paul Whiteman and the swing era of the 30s with music by Benny Goodman, Louis Armstrong and Glenn Miller.

If you were creating a piece of music for an orchestra, where might you start? Perhaps a lightning bolt of sound to grab everyone’s attention… or an upbeat dance that gets your toes tapping… or a beautiful tune that gets stuck in the listener’s head? The options are endless, but with Poulenc’s action-packed Sinfonietta, Southbank Sinfonia’s musicians will help you explore some of the tools used to make brilliant music. In the concert, specially-made videos provide an up-close insight to the music being played. Afterwards, you can ask the musicians all your questions and try out an array of instruments. Ideal for children aged 5-11.

Tickets: Children £6.50; Adults £10

Louis Armstrong, Glenn Miller, Tony Bennett, Paul Whiteman, Benny Goodman and more

The 40’s and 50’s sees the dazzling experimentation of bands such as Woody Herman, Duke Ellington, Stan Kenton and Dizzy Gillespie and into the 60s and beyond we pay tribute to the timeless music of greats such as Count Basie and his Orchestra, Tony Bennett and Miles Davis. To play this wide diversity of musical styles with authenticity and excitement Pete Long and Richard Pite have assembled an orchestra of the UK’s finest jazz talent presenting a programme of some of your all-time favourites alongside some rarely heard and fascinating music.

Tickets: £36, £28, £23, £18 Series discount of 25% available


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Opera Prelude

SUNDAY 24 SEPTEMBER, 3PM

German Paediatricians Orchestra Wagner Lohengrin – Prelude to Act III Brahms Violin Concerto Elgar Enigma Variations Wonhee Bae violin Manfred Fabricius conductor The German Paediatricians Orchestra is made up of talented paediatricians from across the world. The orchestra has performed and recorded around the globe, and this afternoon’s concert brings with it a varied and glorious repertoire of orchestral classics. Evelina London Children’s Hospital treats over 55,000 children each year with all kinds of health conditions, and it was the first children’s hospital in England to have been rated as ‘Outstanding’ by the Care Quality Commission to date. It supports some of the most vulnerable and critically ill children across South London, the South East region and beyond. All proceeds from this concert will go towards improving life-changing care for sick children, young people and their families. www.supportevelina.org.uk

Tickets: £30, £25, £15

Opera Prelude is a small charity which is dedicated to supporting the next generation of opera stars who have the ability to succeed in such a competitive industry. Through our programme of events, we have been bringing opera into the community; engaging, educating and involving audiences whilst giving our young singers paid performance opportunities which allow them to grow and excel as artists. All of our events run from 10.30am-12.30pm on a Tuesday morning and all tickets are £30. 26 September: ‘Il nous faut de l’amour’ – Masterclass with Dame Felicity Lott 3 October: Masterclass with Stuart Skelton and Opera Prelude’s young singers 10 October: Masterclass with Renato Balsadonna and Opera Prelude’s young singers 17 October: ‘Fame, Fortune, Mischief and Mayhem’ – The origins of opera in London in the 18th Century 24 October: ‘Made in Iberia’ – Opera from Portugal and Spain through the ages 31 October: ‘Tenor Talks’ – Masterclass with Ben Johnson and Richard Dowling 7 November: ‘Jane Austen’s Play List: Music in the Georgian Novel’ – Lecture recital with Dr Penelope Cave 21 November: 'Heroes and Victims of the Russian Revolution'. Lecture recital with Dr Natalia Murray 28 November: Masterclass with Rosalind Plowright and Anna Harvey (mezzo) 5 December: ‘We Three Kings: Three of Verdi’s unusual Monarchs from: Nabucco, Macbeth and Un giorno di regno’

Students and NHS staff: £3 off www.operaprelude.com


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TUESDAY 26 SEPTEMBER, 7.30PM

WEDNESDAY 27 SEPTEMBER, 7.30PM

Paul Brady

London Russian Ballet School

The 70th Birthday Celebrations

Romantic Revelation

Steve Fletcher piano

Act I Romance – Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninov Act II Revelation – Glazunov and Minkus

Paul Brady, singer, songwriter and multiinstrumentalist is one of Ireland’s most highly regarded and successful artists. He crosses musical boundaries again and again, incorporating folk, rock, blues traditional Irish & classic pop styles into his song writing. After the release of Hard Station, his first album of his own compositions in 1981, he followed up with a string of classic songs such as The Island, Crazy Dreams, Nothing but the Same Old Story, Nobody Knows, Follow On, The Long Goodbye, The Homes of Donegal and Paradise Is Here. His songs have been covered by Tina Turner, Bonnie Raitt, Carlos Santana and more. He performs a very special concert which promises to be a musical spectacular. Special guests: The Jack O'Shea Band.

Evgeny Goremykin artistic director Teona Charkviani senior repetiteur/ choreographer Soloists: Kamila Sizinceva, Marianne Allen, Megan Vain & Dominic Handford London Russian Ballet and LRBS are delighted to return to Cadogan Hall in an evening of dance and music with their highly talented young dancers. The charity LRBS is well known to Cadogan Hall patrons whose support has helped many of its scholarship students. This is a sophisticated performance for all ages where the enthusiasm of the young dancers and their happy dedication to ballet make for a wonderful evening of dance. This evening follows on from the joint project with the Bolshoi Ballet and will include some of the new works premiered there.

Tickets: £65 (premium seats), £45, £40

Tickets: £35, £22, £18, £15


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October THURSDAY 28 SEPTEMBER, 7.30PM

Band of Her Majesty’s Royal Marines with John Suchet Seafarers UK, the leading maritime charity presents an evening of wonderful entertainment provided by the Band of Her Majesty’s Royal Marines Portsmouth, conducted by Principal Director of Music Lieutenant Colonel Nick Grace RM OBE, hosted by Classic FM’s John Suchet, and featuring mezzo soprano Danielle Louise Thomas. The concert is part of the charity’s annual fundraising season of concerts with the Royal Marines Band and this year celebrates the Centenary of Seafarers UK. The popularity and following of the Royal Marines Band is as strong as ever and we look forward to providing our audience with a diverse and enjoyable programme of music. Seafarers UK raises thousands of pounds each year for those in need in the maritime world, which includes the Royal Navy and Royal Marines, the Merchant Navy and the Fishing Fleets. Money raised is given as grants to charities related to the above. In 2016 grants amounted to £2.5m to 94 charities. Visit www.seafarers-uk.org for further information. Tickets: £40, £30, £25


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WEDNESDAY 4 OCTOBER, 6.30PM

FRIDAY 6 OCTOBER, 7.30PM

Marty Stuart and his Fabulous Superlatives

Basel Symphony Orchestra

The Way Out West Tour

Part of Zurich International Orchestra Series 2017-18

For over 40 years, Stuart, a five-time Grammy-winning multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, photographer and historian, has been building a rich legacy in country music. On his latest release, the double-disc Saturday Night & Sunday Morning, Stuart captures all the authentic neon and stained-glass hues of country music – from love and sex to heartache and hardship to family and God – in 23 tracks.

Busoni Lustspiel Mozart Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor Beethoven Symphony No. 7

Marty and his band won rave reviews for their C2C performances earlier this year and have just been nominated for Best Group in the 2017 Americana Awards.

They are joined by Swiss pianist Oliver Schnyder for a performance of Mozart’s celebrated Piano Concerto No. 20, requiring an intense and dramatic relationship between soloist and orchestra. This is the Mozart piano concerto that Beethoven admired above all others, figuring prominently in his repertoire as a concert pianist and for which he even wrote cadenzas.

Marty Stuart and his Fabulous Superlatives are appearing at Cadogan Hall as part of Country Music Week – a very exciting and brand new week-long series of shows taking place from 2-8 October 2017 in various London venues.

Tickets: £39.50, £27.50, £22.50

Ivor Bolton conductor Oliver Schnyder piano Cadogan Hall is proud to welcome back one of Switzerland’s leading orchestras, the Basel Symphony Orchestra with acclaimed British conductor Ivor Bolton.

Beethoven is noted to have said Symphony No. 7 was one of his best works at its premiere in Vienna and the drama of this evening’s repertoire continues with this energetic symphony.

Tickets: £45 (premium seats), £42, £35, £28, £22, £18 ENCORE Members: premium seats for £42, £42 seats for £35 Series discounts of up to 25% available


CADOGAN HALL • OCTOBER 2017

Mariinsky Orchestra Part of Zurich International Orchestra Series 2017-18

Conducted by Valery Gergiev SUNDAY 8 OCTOBER, 7PM Rimsky-Korsakov SUITE FROM THE GOLDEN COCKEREL Stravinsky SYMPHONY IN C Rimsky-Korsakov SCHEHERAZADE MONDAY 9 OCTOBER, 7.30PM Stravinsky CONCERTO IN D (FOR STRING ORCHESTRA) Rimsky-Korsakov SUITE FROM THE TALE OF TSAR SALTAN Stravinsky VIOLIN CONCERTO IN D Rimsky-Korsakov SUITE FROM THE FIREBIRD Kristóf Baráti violin Valery Gergiev and the Mariinsky Orchestra return to Cadogan Hall with two programmes celebrating the music of Rimsky-Korsakov and his most famous pupil Stravinsky. Following his success last year with both Prokofiev concerti, Kristóf Baráti returns to perform Stravinsky’s Violin Concerto in D. Tickets: £45 (premium seats), £42, £35, £28, £22, £18 ENCORE Members: Premium seats for £42, £42 seats for £35 Series discounts of up to 25% available Mariinsky UK tour supported by BP.

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SATURDAY 7 OCTOBER, 7.30PM

TUESDAY 10 OCTOBER, 7.30PM

London Concertante

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Tango Vivaldi

James Fountain performs Haydn

Vivaldi Summer from The Four Seasons Piazzolla Verano Porteno from The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires Vivaldi Concerto for 2 Violins in A minor Vivaldi La folia Piazzolla Adios Nonino David Gordon Tango Vivaldi Vivaldi Concerto for 2 Violins & Cello RV565

Mendelssohn Overture, Nocturne and Scherzo from A Midsummer Night’s Dream Haydn Trumpet Concerto Beethoven Symphony No. 6 (Pastoral)

Katie Stillman guest director David Lopez Ibanez violin London Concertante returns with a thrilling programme of Vivaldi concertos, combined with tangos inspired by the great master. Following the huge critical acclaim of their album, Piazzolla and Beyond, London Concertante once again explores the theme of tango. Alongside its interpretation of Vivaldi’s stunning music, and as part of their groundbreaking new project, Tango Vivaldi, the ensemble develops the strong beats, dreamy slow movements, and sudden changes of texture of both Vivaldi and tango to create a rhythmical, powerful, hot-blooded and dynamic new sound in new arrangements and compositions by composer, David Gordon. Tickets: £35, £30, £25, £19

Christoph Altstaedt conductor James Fountain trumpet Opening this concert are three lively excerpts from Mendelssohn’s interpretation of Shakespeare’s magical A Midsummer Night’s Dream, creating an energetic yet mystical atmosphere. Following this, Principal Trumpet of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, James Fountain, takes to the stage for Haydn’s Trumpet Concerto, a piece which pushed boundaries for the trumpet. The infectious melodies ensure this is a firm favourite of the classical canon. Beethoven’s Sixth Symphony, known as the Pastoral Symphony, complete with birds chirping, babbling brooks and thundering storms, closes the concert with its vibrant musical picture of the great outdoors.

Tickets: £40, £32.50, £25, £15 ENCORE Members: £5 off top 3 prices


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FRIDAY 13 OCTOBER, 7.30PM

SATURDAY 14 OCTOBER, 4PM

National Symphony Orchestra

The Wedding Present

Classical Pictures

‘Going, Going…’ Live with Strings, Choir and Films

Beethoven Egmont Overture Mendelssohn Violin Concerto Mussorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition (arr. Ravel) Ravel La valse

Cinerama (with strings and trumpet) The Membranes (with choir) Such Small Hands (with films)

Jack Liebeck violin Rimma Sushanskaya conductor Conductor Rimma Sushanskaya celebrates her debut with the National Symphony Orchestra by presenting a hugely attractive programme featuring Ravel’s vibrant orchestration. Notable for its colour and ingenuity, Ravel’s arrangement of Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition is a prodigious feat of instrumental imagination. In La valse nostalgic memories take a dark and unexpected turn, ‘a kind of apotheosis of the Viennese waltz, mingled with destiny’s fantastic whirl’.

The Wedding Present performs its latest, ninth studio release, Going, Going… a collection of ‘linked’ tracks, each with a beautiful accompanying film. Plus support: Such Small Hands. NB. Please note start time.

Possessing flawless mastery and ‘beguiling silvery tone’ violinist Jack Liebeck performs Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto, combining technical brilliance with romantic lyricism.

Tickets: £40, £32.50, £25, £15

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SUNDAY 15 OCTOBER, 6.30PM

MONDAY 16 OCTOBER, 7.30PM

South Pacific in Concert

St Petersburg Symphony Orchestra Part of Zurich International Orchestra Series 2017-18

Rosalie Craig Nellie John Owen Jones Emile Jacqueline Tate Bloody Mary Peter Polycarpou Billis Bradley Jaden Cable Divine Cresswell Liat Alex Parker conductor Emily Davis leader Jordan Murphy director Following on from Smiles Of A Summer Night, Alex Parker presents a concert version of the Rodgers and Hammerstein Pulitzer Prize-winning musical South Pacific. The evening will be accompanied by 32 members of The Alex Parker Orchestra and features the songs I’m Gonna Wash That Man Right Outta My Hair, Younger Than Springtime and Some Enchanted Evening. Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Adapted from the Pulitzer Prize-Winning novel Tales of the South Pacific by James A. Michener. Concert adaptation by David Ives. Presented by arrangement with R&H.

Tickets: £55, £45, £35

Tchaikovsky Manfred Symphony Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No. 4 Tchaikovsky Romeo & Juliet Overture Alexander Dmitriev conductor Peter Donohoe piano The St Petersburg Symphony Orchestra is one of the leading symphony orchestras of Russia, tonight conducted by its Chief Conductor Alexander Dmitriev and joined by English pianist Peter Donohoe for a programme of masterpieces by Tchaikovsky (his two pieces inspired by English writers Byron and Shakespeare) and Rachmaninov. Rachmaninov composed four piano concertos over the course of his career and was the soloist at the premiere of each. The Fourth Concerto is a work very much of its time, incorporating late Romanticism but also some up-to-date sounds of Ravel and Gershwin, reflecting Rachmaninov’s musical curiosity and evolving style. The evening’s programme is completed by one of the most famous love themes in the world played by an orchestra full of Russian intensity and passion.

Tickets: £45 (premium seats), £42, £35, £28, £22, £18 ENCORE Members: premium seats for £42, £42 seats for £35 Series discounts of up to 25% available


CADOGAN HALL • OCTOBER 2017

TUESDAY 17 OCTOBER, 7.30PM 30th Anniversary Concert

L’Orchestre du Monde Beethoven Symphony No. 5 Brahms Symphony No. 1 Janusz Piotrowicz conductor L’Orchestre du Monde is a unique ensemble which brings together leading world class virtuoso musicians to promote and support humanitarian causes across the globe. This concert is in aid of SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity, to continue its lifelong support to serving personnel, veterans and families. Tickets: £45, £39, £30, £25

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WEDNESDAY 18 OCTOBER, 7.30pm

Liza Pulman sings ‘THE LOVE CHILD OF NEIL DIAMOND AND BARBRA STREISAND’

Streisand

Suzy Klein · BBC R3 IN TUNE

‘CLASSY ENTERTAINMENT. A sincere tribute to a really remarkable artist, given by one of the very best acts out there’ BRITISH THEATRE.COM

‘REMARKABLE.

Catch the show if you can!’ PLAYS TO SEE

Liza Pulman, the acclaimed singer and comedienne and one third of the satirical and much-loved comedy trio Fascinating Aida, returns with her new show Liza Sings Streisand. This is no Stars In Their Eyes, this is no Channel 5 biopic, this is sexy, sassy Liza weaving together history, humour and harmony as she celebrates the songs of the great Barbra Streisand with her six piece band, the Stardust Ensemble. Alongside renowned Musical Director Joseph Atkins, Liza brings you glorious new arrangements and orchestrations of these now legendary songs. Expect the much loved classics Evergreen, The Way We Were, New York State Of Mind, Second Hand Rose and many more in a full to bursting 90-minute show.

Tickets: £27.50, £22.50, £17.50 ENCORE Members: 10% off all tickets


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THURSDAY 19 OCTOBER, 7.30PM

FRIDAY 20 OCTOBER, 7.30PM

London Concert Choir

Swinging at the Cotton Club

Schubert Masterpieces

Mendelssohn Verleih uns Frieden Schubert Symphony No. 8, (Unfinished) Schubert Mass No. 6 in E flat major Raphaela Papadakis soprano Amy Lyddon mezzo-soprano Bradley Smith tenor James Way tenor Laurence Williams bass Counterpoint Mark Forkgen conductor Schubert’s magnificent and rarely-performed final Mass was composed in 1828, just before his tragically early death. The setting is on a vast scale – principally choral, with the orchestral colour dominated by woodwinds, brass and timpani. The symphony was begun six years earlier; although unfinished, its two movements are complete in themselves as the sublime second movement resolves the tensions of the first. Both works combine Schubert’s mastery of classical structure with his own gift for lyricism but also include astonishing harmonies in the early Romantic style. Mendelssohn’s anthem is a graceful prayer for peace strongly influenced by Bach. Tickets: £30, £25, £20, £16, £12

Featuring: The Lindy Hop Dance Company The Harry Strutters Hot Rhythm Orchestra Marlene Hill vocalist Megs Etherington vocalist/compere Lee Payne special guest tap dancer Step back into 1920s & ’30s New York City and through the doors of Harlem’s hottest nightclub… The Cotton Club! Swinging at The Cotton Club is the actionpacked show celebrating the music and dance of the Cotton Club – New York’s most celebrated nightclub of the 1920s and ’30s. Performances by Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Cab Calloway, Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, and Fats Waller had the club swinging, whilst dancers such as Bojangles Robinson and the Nicholas Brothers lit up the stage with their breathtaking dance. In this show, the exhilarating dance and music of the Cotton Club is recreated by the fabulous Lindy Hop Dance Company, alongside The Harry Strutters Hot Rhythm Orchestra and singers.

Tickets: £33, £26, £24, £18 ENCORE Members: £3 off top price tickets


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SATURDAY 21 OCTOBER, 7.30PM

SUNDAY 22ND OCTOBER, 6PM

Ben Waters Big Band

Orion Orchestra

Featuring very special guest Bill Wyman!

With the Band of the Household Cavalry

A career spanning 25 years, working with and for many of the legendary rock ’n’ roll musicians of our time, has enabled Ben Waters to select a group of fine musicians who have joined him in entertaining audiences at festivals and prestigious venues across the world. He is very excited that Bill Wyman, one of the founding members of the Rolling Stones, has agreed to join him and his band on stage.

Holst The Planets Holst Suite No. 1 Coles Behind the Lines

All in all, you can expect phenomenal performances from a carefully selected group of musicians who truly love their music. A donation of £10 from each ticket will be given to Lifting the Blues – www.liftingtheblues.co.uk – which is dedicated to destigmatizing mental health issues via music.

Tickets: £45 (which includes a £10 donation to Lifting the Blues)

Toby Purser conductor Major Craig Hallatt conductor, Band of the Household Cavalry The Band of the Household Cavalry The Band of the Household Cavalry opens this special concert bringing together works by both Holst and Coles for Military Band, before joining the Orion Orchestra and in a performance of The Planets. Cecil Coles was a student of Holst, and his Behind the Lines was dated ‘Feb 14th, 1918, In the Field’. Coles sent the manuscript to his teacher for comments, but Coles was killed in action before Holst’s reply could reach him.

Tickets: £40 (Premium seats), £30, £20, £10


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MONDAY 23 OCTOBER, 7.30PM

TUESDAY 24 OCTOBER, 7.30PM

Richard Thompson

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

+ Josienne Clarke & Ben Walker

with City of London Choir

Richard Thompson is one of this country’s greatest songwriters and most distinctive guitar virtuosos, capable of breath-taking drama and sublime delicacy, prompting Rolling Stone to hail him as ‘a perennial dark-horse contender for the title of greatest living rock guitarist’. His songs have been covered by everyone from Alison Krauss to Robert Plant.

Haydn Te Deum in C for the Empress Marina Theresa Mozart Piano Concerto No. 22 in E flat major Haydn Schöpfungsmesse (Creation Mass)

Over the summer, he released a second Acoustic Classics album on Proper, coupled with Acoustic Rarities – and he’ll draw his set from all these albums and much more besides. He has chosen the award-winning duo Josienne Clarke & Ben Walker, recently signed to Rough Trade records, as his special guests on the tour.

City of London Choir Hilary Davan Wetton conductor Llŷr Williams piano Soraya Mafi soprano Anna Harvey mezzo-soprano Daniel Norman tenor Edward Grint bass Another insightful exploration of two of the greatest composers from the Classical era – Haydn and Mozart – from the outstanding City of London Choir and its conductor, Hilary Davan Wetton. Including Mozart’s sublime Piano Concerto No. 22, performed here by the exceptional Llŷr Williams, and Haydn’s ‘Creation’ Mass, featuring a host of accomplished soloists. This concert is promoted in association with City of London Choir.

Tickets: £49.50, £35, £25

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WEDNESDAY 25 OCTOBER, 7.30PM

THURSDAY 26 OCTOBER, 7.30PM

London Chamber Orchestra

London Choral Sinfonia

Exploring Emotions: Jealousy

Bach, Handel and Vivaldi

Salieri Symphony in D (Il Giorno onomastico) Mozart Requiem

Handel Concerto Grosso, Op. 6 No. 10 in D minor Bach Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen Vivaldi Gloria

Christopher Warren-Green conductor London Voices LCO launches a season of emotions at Cadogan Hall on 25 October; exploring different facets of human nature and feelings in each concert, the season begins with the envy-fuelled myth of Mozart and Salieri. Delving into this dark side of human nature, the legendary antagonism between the two composers, however fictional it may be, embodies a fable that carries a lasting truth. Alongside a rare performance of Salieri’s long-forgotten ‘name day’ symphony, LCO will explore Mozart’s timeless Requiem, a work shrouded in mystery, revelation and intrigue, under the baton of Christopher Warren-Green.

Tickets: £40, £30, £20, £10

London Choral Sinfonia Katherine Watson soprano Robert Vanryne trumpet Michael Waldron conductor The LCS launches its 2017/18 season with a thrilling selection of baroque masterpieces by the three towering figures of the period. The concert begins with one of Handel’s Concerto grossi – majestic orchestral showpieces in the Italian style – followed by Bach’s exultant cantata, requiring dazzling virtuosity from the soprano and trumpet soloists. It concludes with Vivaldi’s Gloria – a work which contrasts vibrant passages for full chorus and orchestra with expressive and intimate solos, and which remains a popular cornerstone of the baroque repertoire.

Tickets: £35, £25, £20, £10


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ANNIVERSARY MARTY WILDE AND FRIENDS

EDEN KANE•MIKE BERRY•MARK WYNTER

THE ORIGINAL DREAMBOATS IN CONCERT AND

THE WILDCATS

FRIDAY 27 OCTOBER, 7.30PM

SATURDAY 28 OCTOBER, 7.30PM

The Solid Gold Rock’n’Roll Show 2017

Sacred Unity

Join us in celebrating Marty Wilde’s 60th anniversary in the business as he, together with Eden Kane, Mike Berry, and The Wildcats, as well as very special guest Mark Wynter, join forces in The Solid Gold Rock’n‘Roll Show.

Babak Kazemi Sanctus, Enuma Elish, Arash the Archer Puccini Humming Chorus Babak Kazemi Sufi’s Monologue, A Song of Butterfly & Fire

The late 50s and early 60s were without doubt some of the most exciting and important years in the history of music. With the arrival of rock’n‘roll, a whole new pop culture was born. Performing their own hits and collaborating live on stage, Marty, Eden, Mike and Mark, teen idols of their day, show us how rock’n‘roll with its fusion of sound and rhythm shaped the style of music that we listened to then and still do today. Includes hits such as A Teenager In Love, Rubber Ball, Donna, I Don’t Know Why, Well I Ask You, Don’t You Think It’s Time, The Sunshine of Your Smile, Venus In Blue Jeans, Go Away Little Girl, and many, many more!

Tickets: £35

Babak Kazemi conductor Shirin Asgari soprano Ardeshir Haghighi daf Hamid Rasti santur Veria Amiri taar In an exciting programme exploring humanity, peace and love, join the Light of Music Symphony Orchestra for a unique evening of Persian symphonic music in collaboration with the Ishirini Choir, under the baton of Babak Kazemi. Celebrating poems by the Persian poets Ferdowsi, Rumi and Hafez, set to the exuberant symphonic world of mysticism, romance and nostalgia, where every profound word and insightful rhyme translates into music in a way that has never been experienced before. All proceeds from tickets sales will be donated to Cancer Research UK.

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SUNDAY 29 OCTOBER, 3PM

TUESDAY 31 OCTOBER, 7.30PM

English Schools’ Orchestra Gala Concert

Goldsmiths Choral Union

Paloma So violin Robert Pepper MBE conductor

Haydn Te Deum Mozart Vespers K. 339 Beethoven Mass in C

The English Schools’ Orchestra returns to Cadogan Hall once again for its 2017 Annual Gala Concert. It performs with the exciting prizewinning 11 year old violinist Paloma So. Paloma has already given debut concerts with the Berlin Symphony Orchestra in Berlin and the Philharmonia at the Royal Festival Hall alongside her mentor the worldrenowned Maxim Vengerov. The English Schools’ Orchestra is approaching its 25th Anniversary and continues to attract fine young musicians from around the country to its courses and concerts. The 2017 programme includes Sibelius Symphony No. 2, Saint Saëns’ Third Violin Concerto and Berlioz Roman Carnival Overture.

Tickets: £12 Concessions and ENCORE Members: £8

April Frederick soprano Ida Ränzlöv alto Peter Harris tenor Hugo Herman-Wilson bass Musicians of London Brian Wright conductor Three magnificent choral works from the Viennese classical period are performed by Goldsmiths Choral Union, with period instrumentalists from the Musicians of London. Haydn’s brilliant Te Deum was first performed in 1800 in celebration of a visit to Austria by Lord Nelson. Mozart’s Vespers, written in Salzburg around 1780, features his well-loved setting of Laudate Dominum. Beethoven’s passionate setting of Mass in C, from 1807, pushes musical boundaries towards Romanticism.

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November

WEDNESDAY 1 NOVEMBER, 7.30PM

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra* Mark Bebbington performs John Ireland

Vaughan Williams The Wasps Overture John Ireland Piano Concerto Vaughan Williams The Lark Ascending Elgar ‘Enigma’ Variations Barry Wordsworth conductor Mark Bebbington piano Duncan Riddell violin Led by distinguished conductor, Barry Wordsworth, the RPO performs a sparkling programme of English gems, opening with Vaughan Williams’ buzzing The Wasps Overture. Mark Bebbington will impress with John Ireland’s iridescent Piano Concerto, whilst Vaughan Williams’ serene The Lark Ascending and Elgar’s quintessentially English ‘Enigma’ Variations will round out the concert. This is the RPO’s designated 2017 Legacy Concert, which aims to create awareness around the importance of legacy giving and to thank supporters (members of the RPO 1946 Club) who have pledged to leave a gift to the Orchestra in their will. *This concert is kindly supported by The John Ireland Trust.

Tickets: £40, £32.50, £25, £15 ENCORE Members: £5 off top 3 prices Series discounts available


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THURSDAY 2 & FRIDAY 3 NOVEMBER, 7.30PM

SATURDAY 4 NOVEMBER, 7.30PM

John Mayall in Concert

Bagri Foundation Presents:

With support: The Buddy Whittington Band

Strauss Reflected Hosted by Classic FM’s John Suchet

For over 50 years, John Mayall has served as a pioneer of blues music, rightly earning him the title, ‘The Godfather of British Blues’. Regarded by many as blues’ most influential artist, John’s band The Bluesbreakers, launched the careers of many true legends including Eric Clapton, Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Peter Green and Mick Taylor. 64 albums later and John’s captivating and authentic sound is still as vital today is it ever was. Special guest and long term collaborator, Texan guitarist Buddy Whittington makes a welcome return to the UK with The Buddy Whittington Band. After joining The Bluesbreakers in 1993, he energized the band with his unique and fiery live style. Buddy made his recording debut on the Spinning Coin album and proved to be more than equal to following in the footsteps of his illustrious predecessors.

Tickets: £34.50

Johann Strauss I Beliebte Annen-Polka Johann Strauss II Gunstwerber Josef Strauss Sphärenklänge Johann Strauss II Tritsch Tratsch Polka, Overture Die Fledermaus, Emperor Waltz Eduard Strauss Elektrisch Polka Johann Strauss II Blue Danube Johann Strauss I Radetzky March John Suchet presenter Meeta Pandit vocalist David Murphy conductor Sinfonia Verdi In Strauss Reflected, presenter John Suchet tells the exciting and compelling story revealing the emotionally charged lives and music of the Strauss family. The concert sheds fresh light on the shared roots of western and eastern musical traditions with Sinfonia Verdi performing some of the most famous orchestral scores of the Strauss masters interspersed with improvised reflections and interpretations of their inner turmoil, by acclaimed Hindustani Classical vocalist Meeta Pandit.

Tickets: £35, £28, £20, £10 Students: 50% off top 3 prices ENCORE Members: £5 off top price tickets Group discounts available


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TUESDAY 7 NOVEMBER, 7.30PM

WEDNESDAY 8 NOVEMBER, 7.30PM

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Brussels Philharmonic

Myths & Fairytales I

Part of Zurich International Orchestra Series 2017-18

Tchaikovsky The Sleeping Beauty Suite Tchaikovsky Variations on a Rococo Theme Rimsky-Korsakov Scheherazade

Turnage Passchendaele Bruch Violin Concerto No. 1 Prokofiev Cinderella Suite Ravel Daphnis et Chloé Suite No. 2

Alexander Shelley conductor Leonard Elschenbroich cello Join Principal Associate Conductor Alexander Shelley for another irresistible series. Delve into mythical landscapes and fairytale worlds, brought to life by two great Russian composers. Featuring Tchaikovsky’s dreamlike Sleeping Beauty Suite and his playful Rococo Variations, performed here by the exceptional Leonard Elschenbroich, as well as Rimsky-Korsakov’s compelling Scheherazade, intimating the alluring stories of Arabian Nights. We invite you to enjoy an enhanced listening experience using Octava, a downloadable app that delivers real-time programme notes to your mobile or tablet device. For more information, please visit www.rpo.co.uk/whats-on/octava.

Tickets: £40, £32.50, £25, £15 ENCORE Members: £5 off top 3 prices Series discounts available

Stéphane Denève conductor Nikolaj Znaider violin Nikolaj Znaider is celebrated as one of the foremost and most individual violinists of today, his playing heralded in The Strad magazine as ‘extraordinarily intelligent, soulful and impassioned, yet without a hint of indulgence’. His performance of Bruch’s Violin Concerto will undoubtedly be a highlight of the season. After the interval Brussels Philharmonic treats us to two works written for ballet. First, a selection of excerpts from Prokofiev’s lushly romantic and virtuosic score for Cinderella, capturing perfectly the drama and atmosphere of the famous fairy tale. Described by Stravinsky as ‘one of the most beautiful products in all of French music’, Daphnis et Chloé, written for the Ballets Russes, is among Ravel’s finest achievements.

Tickets: £45 (premium seats), £42, £35, £28, £22, £18 ENCORE Members: premium seats for £42, £42 seats for £35 Series discounts of up to 25% available


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FRIDAY 10 – SUNDAY 19 NOVEMBER 2017

FRIDAY 10, 7.30PM

Tomasz Stańko + Partikel The meeting of Polish trumpeter Tomasz Stańko, a seminal figure in European jazz since the 1960s and the cutting-edge New York trio of stellar pianist David Virelles, bassist Reuben Rogers and drummer Gerald Cleaver, produces music that combines darkly atmospheric soundscapes and surging bursts of rhythm, re-visiting London following the release of a brand new ECM recording, December Avenue. Saxophonist Duncan Eagles and his ever-evolving band Partikel open the evening’s music. Tickets: £30-£15

FRIDAY 11 – SUNDAY 12, 7PM SUNDAY 20 Michael Wollny 1957: A Jazz Vincent Peirani NOVEMBER Emil Parisien 2016 Jukebox Helge Lien Trio SATURDAY 11, 7.30PM

Adam Baldych Andreas Schaerer / ACT Records at 25 / Pianist Michael Wollny, accordionist Vincent Peirani, saxophonist Emil Parisien and the vocal gymnastics of Andreas Schaerer: four standout individual talents from the ACT Records roster join forces in an all-star quartet redefining the range of their various instruments, not just cutting loose from the boundaries of jazz, but doing it in a way which energizes and takes the audience by storm. Polish violinist Adam Bałdych collaborates with the brilliant Norwegian pianist Helge Lien for a heady mix of jazz, Polish and Norwegian folk music. Tickets: £30-£15

After last year’s sold out celebration of 1956, The Pete Long Orchestra returns and moves on to the golden year of 1957 with music by Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Miles Davis and more. Georgina Jackson will be singing selections from Ella’s Duke Ellington Songbook and, with Enrico Tomasso in the role of Louis Armstrong, perform selections from Ella and Louis Again and Porgy and Bess. Iain Mackenzie sings Sinatra (songs from A Swingin’ Affair plus the hit singles Lady is a Tramp and Witchcraft) and we recreate highlights from Miles Ahead, the beautiful collaboration between Miles Davis and the Gil Evans Orchestra. All this plus Ellington’s take on Shakespeare, Basie’s reunion with Lester Young and a few surprises along the way. Tickets: £36-£18


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MONDAY 13, 7.30PM

TUESDAY 14, 7.30PM

WEDNESDAY 15, 7.30PM

Taksim Trio + Dorantes:

Eliane Elias

Ben L’Oncle Soul

Samba Brazil

+ Support

Mediterranean Gypsies

Following her Grammywinning album Made in Brazil, the charismatic pianist and singer Eliane Elias plays a rare London concert with a brand new album Dance of Time blending her Brazilian roots and sensuous, alluring voice with trademark, dynamic instrumental skills.

Ben L’Oncle Soul offers a wild celebration of everything that’s thrilling about the classic soul revues, with all their great songs. He grew up listening to Otis Redding and Aretha Franklin, and combines Kanye West-style R&B and Motown groove with a great, way-overthe-top live show. He’s just made his first album for Blue Note, Under My Skin, which adds in his passion for Frank Sinatra so expect a lot of songs London hasn’t heard Ben sing before, plus a few of his signature tunes.

Created at the legendary Flamenco Biennale in Seville, Mediterranean Gypsies brings together two stunning groups. David Pena Dorantes and his trio, playing a rare British concert, are joined by Taksim Trio, the great Turkish group who play Ottoman instruments such as the duduk, the baglama and above all the kanun. The two groups don’t play separate sets – Mediterranean Gypsies flows between the two groups. Sometimes they play separately, and at points they come together, making rich music together that explores the Roma links between their cultures. Tickets: £30-£15

Celebrating the centenary of samba, ‘the most authentic and contagious dance rhythm of Brazil’, Elias’ band, featuring virtuoso bassist Marc Johnson, creates an atmosphere that is magnetic, energising and hugely entertaining.

Tickets: £30-£15

This concert is part of the Spirit of Brazil series, sponsored by BTG Pactual. Tickets: £35-£15

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THURSDAY 16, 7.30PM

Dee Dee Bridgewater + Support In a career that stretches back to the ’60s, iconic jazz vocalist Dee Dee Bridgewater has stood shoulder to shoulder with many of music’s greats like Dizzy Gillespie and Sonny Rollins. She brings the sounds of her new album, Memphis Yes I’m Ready, inspired by the sound of Memphis R&B from the mid-late 1960s. Think Gladys Knight, Otis Redding, Al Green and Sam Cooke. ‘Dee Dee Bridgewater has a technique and musicality that bests most performers of her generation.’ (The Guardian) This show is part of the EFG Excellence Series. Tickets: £40-£15

FRIDAY 11 – SUNDAY 20 NOVEMBER 2016 FRIDAY 17, 7.30PM SATURDAY 18, 2.30PM

Jay Rayner Quartet Miles Davis A Night of Food and Agony Symphonic: + Peter Horsfall Kind of Blue Restaurant critic, Masterchef judge and long-time jazz pianist Jay Rayner launches his quartet’s first live album A Night of Food and Agony, which brings together songs about food and drink and stories about his mother, agony aunt Claire Rayner. He’s joined by his wife, Pat Gordon-Smith who has been singing longer than Jay and studied with Liane Carroll. The band is completed by saxophonist Dave Lewis and Robert Rickenberg on bass. Join Jay for a night of food, agony, cracking stories and music that will nourish the soul – and get there early for a special set by Peter Horsfall, featured in Kansas Smitty’s House Band, with what BBC Radio 3’s Suzi Klein called ‘a bittersweet beautiful voice and timeless trumpet’. Tickets: £35-£15

Guy Barker Jazz Orchestra Southbank Sinfonia Guy Barker’s fascination with Miles is transformed into a personal view of Kind of Blue. Guy Barker’s career has encompassed work with the likes of Paloma Faith, Quincy Jones, Frank Sinatra, Mel Tormé, Sting, Alison Balsom, Anthony Minghella and countless others as one of the most inventive jazz composers/ arrangers on the planet. He is also a terrific trumpeter. Alongside Barker’s big band, packed with some of the most distinctive soloists in UK jazz, South Bank Sinfonia bring a special character to the occasion – an orchestra of outstanding young professionals described by The Times as ‘as dashing ensemble who play with exhilarating fizz, exactness and stamina’ Tickets: £15-£25

Courtesy Sony Music

FRIDAY 10 – SUNDAY 19 NOVEMBER 2017


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SATURDAY 18, 7.30PM

SUNDAY 19 NOVEMBER

Stefano Bollani

Thelonious Monk at 100

+ Support

Over three concerts Jonathan Gee, Tony Kofi and very special guest Charles Tolliver lead an all-star ensemble through the complete works of a jazz genius.

Extrovert and engagingly freespirited, ECM pianist Stefano Bollani live is a veritable tourde-force, a musical torrent of improvisation and spontaneous humour, infused with the warmth and humanity of his Italian heritage. His love affair with the city of Naples stretches back years, and comes to exuberant life in a performance that resonates with the heart and soul of a city full of contrasts. His quartet includes composer and saxophonist Daniele Sepe, one of the greatest exponents of Naples folk music, alongside clarinettist Nico Gori and drummer Bernardo Guerra. Tickets: £30-£15

Thelonious Sphere Monk remains a seminal figure in the evolution of contemporary jazz, a wayward genius and force of nature whose spiky, instantly recognisable piano style and writing refer back to jazz masters like Jelly Roll Morton and Duke Ellington, but whose vision was of a future seen through the prism of a bebop revolution in the ’40s where Monk himself played a key role. Pianist Jonathan Gee and saxophonist Tony Kofi re-visit a previously landmark Festival project, playing all Monk’s songs in a day, with three concerts, each inspired by a classic Monk album, as well as recalling collaborations

with the likes of Sonny Rollins, John Coltrane and Gerry Mulligan, with an ensemble packed with British jazz talent, including Cleveland Watkiss, Byron Wallen, Jason Yarde, Jean Toussaint, Jim Rattigan, Andy Grappy, Ben Hazelton and Rod Youngs. The icing on the cake is a recreation of Monk’s milestone 1959 Town Hall concert with music written for a ten-piece band, led by the charismatic trumpeter, arranger and founder of Strata East Records Charles Tolliver. CONCERT 1 2pm: Brilliant Corners CONCERT 2 4.30pm: Monk on Blue Note CONCERT 3 7.30pm: Monk at Town Hall 1959 with Charles Tolliver

Tickets: £22.50-£12.50 (Book all 3 concerts for £36)


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‘Round About Two-Thirty..... Free Jazz in the Culford Room 13-17 November, 2.30-4.30pm

Monday 13: Malija Tuesday 14: Moscow Drug Club Wednesday 15: Kevin Fitzsimmons Quartet ‘Working Day & Night’ Thursday 16: Kate Williams’ Four Plus Three Friday 17: Oxley-Meier Guitar Project Free, no need to book, seating limited

MONDAY 20 NOVEMBER, 7.30PM

Basel Chamber Orchestra Part of Zurich International Orchestra Series 2017-18 Mendelssohn The Hebrides Overture Holliger Meta Arca Mendelssohn Piano Concerto No. 1 Schubert Symphony No. 9 (Great) Heinz Holliger conductor Stephen Hough piano The Kammerorchester Basel was founded in 1926 by the famous musicologist Paul Sacher and now ranks as one of the most popular international chamber orchestras in Europe. The orchestra plays on both modern and period instruments and is known for combined programmes of old and new music. This evening’s concert is conducted by Heinz Holliger who is among the most versatile musical personalities of our time, talented as an oboist, conductor and composer. The programme includes his short composition for strings, Meta Arca. The orchestra is joined by acclaimed concert pianist, writer, composer and painter, Stephen Hough for a performance of Mendelssohn’s First Piano Concerto.

Tickets: £45 (premium seats), £42, £35, £28, £22, £18 ENCORE Members: premium seats for £42, £42 seats for £35 Series discounts of up to 25% available


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WEDNESDAY 22 NOVEMBER, 7.30PM

THURSDAY 23 NOVEMBER, 7.30PM

The Parliament Choir

Stile Antico Divine Consolations Part of Choral at Cadogan 2017-18

Orff Carmina Burana Simon Over conductor The Parliament Choir under its conductor Simon Over returns to Cadogan Hall for a performance of Carmina Burana. Carl Orff’s earthy and bold cantata of 1937 sets poems from the vast thirteenth century Carmina Burana collection, an assembly of themes pure and bawdy, spiritual and decidedly physical. Watched over by the ever-dispassionate eye of Lady Fortune, different characters sing of their place in the world, their pleasures, their desires and often their regrets. From the spit-roasted swan who once graced the lake to the bawdy drinkers in the tavern, to lovers young and old, all either celebrate their fortune or lament their loss, and cling to love and happiness wherever they can find it.

Tickets: £30, £25, £17

Lassus Justorum animae Schütz Musikalische Exequien Handl Ecce ouomodo moritur justus Hassler Ego sum resurrectio Daser Media vita Knofel In te Domine speravi Bach Jesu, meine Freude, BWV 227 Oliver John Ruthven organ Kate Aldridge violone In this alluring programme, critically acclaimed vocal ensemble Stile Antico explores an exquisite selection of German Baroque repertoire. Delving into the rich tradition of Lutheran funeral music written to console and uplift the living, the ensemble traces a journey from the polyphonic works of the late Renaissance (often performed in Bach’s Leipzig), by way of Schütz’s masterpiece, the Musikalische Exequien, to Bach’s longest and most moving motet, Jesu, meine Freude.

Tickets: £31, £27, £23, £19 ENCORE Members: pay £27 for top price tickets


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FRIDAY 24 NOVEMBER, 7.30PM

SUNDAY 26 NOVEMBER, 7PM

NDR Radiophilharmonie Hannover

Lau

Part of Zurich International Orchestra Beethoven Egmont Overture Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 2 Brahms Symphony No. 2 Andrew Manze conductor Lars Vogt piano The orchestra of the broadcasting station in Hanover was founded in 1950, however the roots of the ensemble reach back to the 1920s when Hanover’s first radio station was started up. Andrew Manze has been the Principal Conductor of the orchestra since the 2014-15 season. Lars Vogt has established himself as one of the leading musicians of his generation. Born in the German town of Düren in 1970, he first came to public attention when he won Second Prize at the 1990 Leeds International Piano Competition and has enjoyed a varied career for nearly 25 years. He joins the orchestra for Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 2, premiered in 1795 with young Beethoven as soloist, marking the composer’s public debut.

Tickets: £45 (premium seats), £42, £35, £28, £22, £18 ENCORE Members: premium seats for £42, £42 seats for £35 Series discounts of up to 25% available

Lau have made such a mark in the last 10 years – winning Best Group four times at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, seamlessly blending the worlds of acoustic folk tradition and electronica, as well as the individual acclaim that Kris Drever (vocals, guitar), Martin Green (accordion, Wurlitzer, keys and electronics) and Aidan O’Rourke on fiddle have garnered. ‘Lau are a remarkable band — the most musically adventurous trio in British folk: exquisite and hypnotic, musicianship at its best’ (The Guardian). June this year saw the release of a selfexplanatory compilation Decade: The Best of 2007-2017, and in the autumn they’ll be taking off on tour to play the album live – two sets, with no support act. Show starts 7pm prompt (no support).

Tickets: £25


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MONDAY 27 NOVEMBER, 7.30PM

TUESDAY 28 NOVEMBER, 7.30PM

Rick Wakeman: Piano Portraits In Concert

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Following the sell-out success of his spring Piano Portraits UK tour, keyboard player, composer and broadcaster, Rick Wakeman performs an additional Piano Portrait show this November at Cadogan Hall.

Enescu Romanian Rhapsody No. 1 Grieg Piano Concerto Lipatti Concertino in Classical Style Tchaikovsky Francesca da Rimini

He made chart history in January when his Piano Portraits album became the first solo piano album to enter the UK’s Top 10. Initially inspired by the unprecedented reaction to his performance of David Bowie’s Life On Mars on BBC Radio 2 in early 2016, Piano Portraits features instrumental versions of hits Rick originally performed on (Space Oddity, Morning Has Broken and Wondrous Stories) as well as others specifically chosen for their wonderful melodies, including Stairway To Heaven, Help and Eleanor Rigby. He has also added a selection of some of his favourite classical pieces (Berceuse, Clair de Lune and Swan Lake). The show includes ten pieces from the album, plus other favourites, all interspersed with hilarious anecdotes from this accomplished raconteur.

Tickets: £40

Alexandra Dariescu performs Grieg

Cristian Mandeal conductor Alexandra Dariescu piano This exciting programme opens with Enescu’s pastoral Romanian Rhapsody No. 1, followed by Grieg’s immortal and everpopular Piano Concerto, performed by outstanding pianist Alexandra Dariescu, who will remain onstage for Lipatti’s graceful Concertino in Classical Style. The concert will conclude with Tchaikovsky’s dramatic Francesca da Rimini, which illustrates the tragic tale of Francesca, the beauty who appeared in Dante’s Divine Comedy. 6.15pm: Pre-concert Talk (in the main auditorium) Writer and Lipatti researcher Orlando Murrin talks about Dinu Lipatti’s legacy, including new information about his three visits to Britain, his composing career and the recent discovery of the only known film footage of the great pianist. Tickets: £40, £32.50, £25, £15 ENCORE Members: £5 off top 3 prices Series discounts available


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WEDNESDAY 29 NOVEMBER, 7.30PM

THURSDAY 30 NOVEMBER, 7.30PM

Ricky Ross: Short Stories Vol 1

The London Chorus

plus special guest: Anthony D’Amato

Legendary Deacon Blue frontman and founding member Ricky Ross returns with his brand new Short Stories Vol. 1 tour this November, showcasing a new album of the same name, as well as performing songs from his extensive catalogue from Deacon Blue and beyond.

Vaughan Williams Hodie Elgar Cello Concerto Parry Blest Pair of Sirens Abel Selaocoe cello Ronald Corp conductor Augusta Hebbert soprano Anthony Gregory tenor Julien Van Mellaerts baritone New London Orchestra New London Children’s Choir Blest Pair of Sirens, a setting of words by John Milton, was composed in 1887 and is, along with Jerusalem, Parry’s most popular anthem, while Hodie was Vaughan Williams’ last major choral work, written in 1953-54 and first performed at the Three Choirs Festival in Worcester with the composer, then in his eighties, conducting. The London Chorus is delighted to welcome Abel Selaocoe to play Elgar’s magnificent cello concerto. Abel is an exciting young cellist from South Africa who performs with many leading international orchestras and works regularly with jazz and African musicians.

Tickets: £28.50

Tickets: £30, £22, £15 TLC Friends: 10% off top 2 prices ENCORE Members: £2 off


BOOK NOW FOR CHRISTMAS WEDNESDAY 13 DECEMBER, 7.30PM

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra A Choral Christmas Join the Orchestra and the City of London Choir for a classical Christmas celebration. THURSDAY 14 – FRIDAY 15 DECEMBER, 7.30PM

Barts Choir sings Bach and Handel Includes Bach Christmas Oratorio and Handel Foundling Hospital Anthem SATURDAY 16 DECEMBER,3.00PM AND 7.30PM

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Christmas Cracker Don’t miss this fun, festive favourite, featuring West End singers Graham Bickley and Anna-Jane Casey. MONDAY 18 – TUESDAY 19 DECEMBER, 7.30PM

The Sixteen Glory to the Christ Child A beautifully festive collection of music from the 16th century to the present day, with works by Palestrina and Lassus and carols by Howells and Rutter. WEDNESDAY 20 DECEMBER, 1.30PM AND 4.30PM

The Snowman and Carnival of the Animals A film screening of The Snowman with the Mozart Symphony Orchestra providing a live soundtrack. THURSDAY 21 DECEMBER, 1.30PM AND 4.30PM

Father Christmas and Peter and the Wolf Raymond Brigg’s Father Christmas is brought to life on the big screen with live orchestral accompaniment. SATURDAY 23 DECEMBER, 7.30PM

The Temple Church Choir A selection of works displaying the beauty and joy of Christmas music, both sacred and secular. SUNDAY 31 DECEMBER, 7.00PM

Rainer Hersch Orkestra The New Year’s Eve Bash Rainer Hersch (BBC Radio 4 & Classic FM) takes to the stage with his very own orchestra of madcap virtuosos to welcome the New Year with an unforgettable evening of laughter and music.


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LOCAL DINING

FOOD AND DRINK

Côte Brasserie 7-12 Sloane Square, SW1W 8EG For reservations, email sloanesquare@cote-restaurants.co.uk or call 020 7881 5999 2 courses £12.50 or 3 courses £13.95 (until 7pm). Perfect for a pre or post-concert meal… ‘Robust French flavours, cheery continental vibes and brilliant value for money’ Good Food Guide 2011.

Oakley Bar and Café

Colbert 50-52 Sloane Square, Chelsea, SW1W 8AX 020 7730 2804, info@colbertchelsea.com, www.colbertchelsea.com Inspired by the great boulevard cafés of Paris, Colbert serves a classic Parisian café menu all day until late, perfect for before or after Cadogan Hall events. The Botanist Sloane Square, SW1W 8EE 020 7730 0077 Pre-concert offer: 2 courses for £15/ 3 courses £18 (Order between 4.30pm – 6.30pm) The Rib Room Bar & Restaurant Jumeirah Carlton Tower, Cadogan Place, SW1X 9PY 020 7858 7250 This iconic restaurant celebrated its 50th anniversary with a make-over in late 2011. With an extensive choice of wine and cocktails, and delicious British cuisine, it’s the perfect destination for a pre-show drink or a bite to eat post-show.

Food A selection of savouries, sandwiches and cakes are available from the Oakley Bar and Café. Bars Cadogan Hall’s bars offer a large selection of champagne, wines, spirits, beer, soft drinks and tea and coffee. For your added convenience, why not pre-order your interval drinks at the bar before the performance and have them ready and waiting for you? Gallery Bar Drinks will be available to purchase from the Gallery during the interval at some concerts.


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GETTING TO CADOGAN HALL Bus Sloane Street one minute walk Frequent bus services stop in Sloane Square and neighbouring streets including King’s Road, Sloane Street and Lower Sloane Street. Bus services include numbers 11, 19, 22, 137, 211, 319, 360 and c1. SV

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BOOKING INFORMATION Cadogan Hall Box Office Sloane Terrace, London SW1X 9DQ To book in person the Box Office is open Monday-Saturday 10am-6pm and Sunday 12pm-6pm on concert days only. Book online www.cadoganhall.com This is a secure site available 24 hours a day. All bookings subject to a £3.00 transaction fee. You can check the view of the stage from every seat in the hall. Telephone sales 020 7730 4500 Monday-Saturday 10am-6pm All bookings subject to a £3.00 transaction fee. Tickets are posted unless the performance is within seven days where tickets will be held for collection. Concessions and student tickets: Where general concessions are available this is defined as under16s, full time students, senior citizens and persons out of work. Tickets are subject to availability and at the discretion of Cadogan Hall. A limited number of £10 student tickets are available for many of our concerts. For availability, please call the Box Office on 020 7730 4500. Refund Protection: TicketPlan Refund Protection is available for your booking. We strongly recommend that you include this option. Your tickets are non-refundable and this will protect you against cancellation resulting from accidents and unexpected illnesses. Full details are available from the Box Office or on our website. Group discounts: Cadogan Hall offers generous discounts for groups of six or more. Discounts vary according to event so please call 020 7730 5744 for further information or to make a group booking. Data Protection: When making a booking your details will be recorded on to our database and may be used by Cadogan Hall and our associates to inform you of forthcoming events. If you do not wish to receive this information please inform the Box Office at the time of booking. Conditions of sale: Please note that tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded. Only one discount is available per booking. Children under five will not be admitted to Cadogan Hall except for family shows, where each child must have their own seat. We reserve the right to remove children from the auditorium if they are not well behaved. Price band structure reflects the level of comfort and clarity of view. We regret we cannot guarantee unrestricted view at all times due to the varying nature of performances.

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ACCESSIBILITY Free companion / Assistance scheme Cadogan Hall has a range of services to assist disabled customers including provision for wheelchair users in the stalls. Customers in receipt of disability-related state benefits, and members of our Access Scheme, may be entitled to concessionary ticket prices for some events or a free companion seat. Please contact the Box Office for a form to register for Cadogan Hall’s Access Scheme. Wheelchair users If you use a wheelchair and wish to transfer to a seat, we regret we may not be able to provide a member of staff to help you physically. However, we will arrange for your wheelchair to be taken away and stored. A lift is located to the right once inside the Box Office reception allowing access to a lowered Box Office counter. Foyer areas are on the same level as the Box Office and the foyer bar (Oakley Room) is accessed via a wide access lift. Seats within the stalls are accessed via a wide lift as are adapted toilet facilities. The Gallery Please note the lift provides access to all levels except the gallery seating areas. Gallery seating can only be accessed via the main stairwell. When travelling to and from the gallery seating areas please allow sufficient time in order to be seated at an appropriate time. Customers with hearing requirements The auditorium is fitted with an infra-red amplification system. This is not the same as a Loop System so switching your hearing aid to ‘T’ is not sufficient. Please contact a member of staff on arrival to be given an amplification aid. Customers with sight impairment Guide dogs are welcome to access the hall and auditorium but please do let us know prior to arriving at the hall so we may make any special arrangements if necessary. We produce CD versions of this brochure. To request a free copy please call the Box Office and ask to be added to our regular lists. ‘Touch / Familiarisation’ tours can be arranged and we have unisex accessible toilets on all levels except the Gallery.


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