Benjamin Appl, Masato Suzuki and the Academy of Ancient Music create an evening that’s both a musical self-portrait of and a deeply moving homage to this most timeless of all composers.
Flamboyant, fun but always thoughtful and sensitive to the music, lutenist Thomas Dunford joins the Academy of Ancient Music to perform works of Vivaldi, Bach and Buxtehude.
Join us for four key wines before the concert, and another four with dinner after our Beethoven 250 anniversary celebrations.
29/02/2020, 07/04/2020, 09/04/2020
JS Bach’s St John Passion is an intensely personal experience, bringing to life the humanity of the passion story. For these performances, we’re delighted to be collaborating with several illustrious conductors and celebrated choirs.
12/03/2020, 19/03/2020, 21/03/2020
Sopranos Mary Bevan and Jennifer France join Laurence Cummings and the AAM for an evening of brilliant Handelian music-making. Join us!
Richard Egarr and the Academy of Ancient Music return to a revolutionary period of Italian music with the Second Book of Sonatas by Venetian man of mystery Dario Castello.