We regret to inform you that due to the suspension of all performances by the Royal Academy of Music in view of the coronavirus pandemic, the following concert has been cancelled.
Students from the Historical Performance of the Royal Academy of Music play baroque concertos on period instruments. This annual concert is an opportunity for the audience members to listen to a new generation of artists about to graduate and embark on their careers as professional musicians. In preparation for their exams, seven final-year students form ensembles with their friends and colleagues to perform works by Vivaldi, JS Bach, CPE Bach, Graun, Tartini, Torelli, and Leclair. Please come, meet and support these young artists during an evening filled with beautiful music.
Soloists this year (alphabetically):
Lucia Allegro, violin
Callum Anderson, harpsichord
Maria Galetta, violin
Josef Laming, harpsichord
Christi Park, violin
Ana Torbica, viola
Marguerite Wassermann, violin
Please note this is an external concert that does not take place at the Bach Club.
The venue is St Andrew’s Earlsfield
Friday, 20 March 2020 at 7 pm
St Andrew’s Earlsfield
entrance from Garratt Lane
Tickets: £15 Adults, £5 Students & Children
Promoted by Pawel Siwczak ARAM, FRSA
in association with Bach Club