"Forgive me if I lose my head", celebrating friendship with Haydn & Mozart


Bach Club Soloists

Inspiring and learning from each other, Bach Club Soloists is an ensemble with many faces. Although we specialize in performing baroque and classical music on period instruments, we also venture into the modern world and new commissions. We love nothing more than intertwining of the the arts and creative collaborations with other disciplines, including those beyond the scope of “classical”.


Whether traditional or experimental, we are always

curious about music

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Dear Friends

As Maria Anna von Genzinger (a good friend of Haydn’s) put it so nicely in her video, with our next project (“Forgive me if I lose my head”, Haydn and Mozart fortepiano concertos) we would like to celebrate and focus on friendship and the generosity of the human spirit.

Bach Club has been founded on the generosity of its supporters, its audience and friends.

These concertos performance and recording are scheduled for 19 February 2022 and Bach Club has already received the generous support of the Continuo Foundation for which we are immensely grateful.

However, we are not quite over the finishing line yet and we are reaching out to you to help get us there. We are thankful for any contribution you might have in mind.


  • Every donation will receive a link to the video recording of the concert itself (once out of post production)
  • Any contribution above £ 25 will automatically receive an invitation to the concert in person
  • Read here about this fundraiser and how your gift will help us
Past concerts


Through the Looking Glass

Recital of French music including Couperin’s 6th Concert from Les Goûts réunïs, Rameau’s Premier Concert from Pièces de Clavecin en Concerts, and a Ravel’s Duo.

Rodolfo Richter violin
Jennifer Morsches cello
Pawel Siwczak harpsichord

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Something Scottish

Haydn’s trios, Mozart’s Sonata, and Beethoven’s Scottish songs

Rodolfo Richter violin
Jennifer Morsches cello
Pawel Siwczak fortepiano

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Life after Deth

Richard Boothby presents music by Abel in a solo viola da gamba recital

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Baby Mozart, and Bach

A sonata written by the 8 year old Mozart, alongside music by Buxtehude, Schop, Hardt and JS Bach.

Karin Björk violin
Peter McCarthy viola da gamba
Pawel Siwczak harpsichord

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Cancelled due to Covid-19


A Celebration of the Concerto

Students from the Historical Performance of the Royal Academy of Music play baroque concertos on period instruments. This annual concert organised by Pawel Siwczak is an opportunity for the audience to discover a new generation of artists about to graduate and embark on their careers as professional musicians.



Joy, Tragedy and Dance

In this programme of French baroque music, The Bach Players explore a rich catalogue of human passions, all infused with ever-present dance rhythms and forms. Programme includes Pièces de clavecin en concerts by Rameau and works by Elizabeth Jacquet de La Guerre.

Nicolette Moonen violin
Reiko Ichise viola da gamba
Pawel Siwczak harpsichord



Vienna in Wandsworth

Fortepiano recital by Pawel Siwczak with music by Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven. Part of Wandsworth Arts Fringe 2020.



Father, Son and Godfather

Ashley Solomon presents a programme that will include the only solo flute works by father and son (Johann Sebastian and Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach) and a collection of solo Fantasias by Georg Philipp Telemann (CPE’s godfather)

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