Classical Vauxhall is your chance to experience some of the most exciting classical talent based in the UK streamed into your home, filmed live in concert in Vauxhall across 4 nights this March. Classical music online funded in association with Arts Council England, Lambeth Council and with film production by Spiritland Productions.
Join creative director Fiachra Garvey for the second instalment of Classical Vauxhall which saw three sold out nights in February 2020. Fiachra has produced a stunning line up that will appeal to pure classical fans or the novices out there.
Fiachra, an extraordinary pianist on his own right, has produced two music festivals showcasing a plethora of emerging classical stars. Blessed with an ear for spotting the next big thing Fiachra has made many a guest appearance with the Janáček Philharmonic, RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra, Cambridge Symphony Orchestra and RIAM Symphony Orchestra to name just a few.
Thursday, March 18th, marks the start of Vauxhall’s classical music online. Fiachra and the Navarra String Quartet will play a night of exemplary classical music, recorded live in St Mark’s Church. Taking their name from a bottle of red from the wine region known for its multi-coloured landscapes, the Quartet’s diverse cultural backgrounds are united in relentless passion and commitment. Get ready for a galvanizing rendition of Shostakovich’s classic Piano Quintet in G Minor, Op. 57.
Tune in to see acclaimed husband and wife duo Tom Poster and Elena Urioste perform their incredible piano and violin partnership on Friday, March 19th. Both Tom and Elena are revered solo artists who will begin their evening performing work from Benjamin Britten, and ending with Gershwin’s ‘Song Suite’, showcasing the best 20th century works from both sides of the Atlantic.
Rising star Jess Gillam will play tracks from her latest album with pianist Zeynep Ozsuca on Saturday, March 20th. Join them for an evening of music to move listeners through dark beginnings including John Dowland’s ‘Flow my tears’, before moving towards a rousing ‘Histoire de Tango’ by composer Astor Piazzolla. Jess has been lighting up the Classical Music world with her mixture of infectious and incredible sax skills. Zeynep has played with Berlin Philharmonie, Queen Elizabeth Hall and can be heard across the airwaves in Germany, Spain and our very own BBC 3.
Finally, the phenomenal Mezzo-Soprano Hanna Hipp, joined by the gifted pianist Emma Abbate, will perform an evening of divine operatic glory. Playing a mix of Spanish and Polish compositions, this duet regularly partners to create a balance that has seen them reach critical acclaim. Enjoy Hanna’s powerfully recite Poulenc’s Huit Chansons Polonaises FP69 and explore the Siete Canciones Populares Españolas from Manuel de Falla.
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