The Sixteen: Music for Reflection, live from Kings Place

For this week’s Live from London vocal recital we moved from the home of VOCES8, St Anne and St Agnes in the City of London, to Kings Place, where The…

Iestyn Davies and Elizabeth Kenny explore Dowland’s directness and darkness at Hatfield House

‘Such is your divine Disposation that both you excellently understand, and royally entertaine the Exercise of Musicke.’

Paradise Lost: TÍte-‡-TÍte 2020

‘And there was war in heaven: Michael and his angels fought against the dragon; and the dragon fought and his angels, And prevailed not; neither was their place found any…

Joyce DiDonato: Met Stars Live in Concert

There was never any doubt that the fifth of the twelve Met Stars Live in Concert broadcasts was going to be a palpably intense and vivid event, as well as…

‘Where All Roses Go’: Apollo5, Live from London

‘Love’ was the theme for this Live from London performance by Apollo5. Given the complexity and diversity of that human emotion, and Apollo5’s reputation for versatility and diverse repertoire, ranging…

The Academy of St Martin in the Fields ‘re-connect’

The Academy of St Martin in the Fields have titled their autumn series of eight concerts – which are taking place at 5pm and 7.30pm on two Saturdays each month…

Lucy Crowe and Allan Clayton join Sir Simon Rattle and the LSO at St Luke’s

The London Symphony Orchestra opened their Autumn 2020 season with a homage to Oliver Knussen, who died at the age of 66 in July 2018. The programme traced a national…

Choral Dances: VOCES8, Live from London

With the Live from London digital vocal festival entering the second half of the series, the festival’s host, VOCES8, returned to their home at St Annes and St Agnes in…

Royal Opera House Gala Concert

Just a few unison string wriggles from the opening of Mozart’s overture to Le nozze di Figaro are enough to make any opera-lover perch on the edge of their seat,…

Fading: The Gesualdo Six at Live from London

“Before the ending of the day, creator of all things, we pray that, with your accustomed mercy, you may watch over us.”