Concert: Red Priest perform Baroque carnival

It's Sunday evening, so why not take a break from work worries for a few hours and enjoy some fun chamber music in the serene surroundings of King's Place?

The inimitable Red Priest will perform a wild carnival ride of Baroque music for recorder, violin, cello and harpsichord. The group will present some of its old favourites by Vivaldi (Concerto in A minor) and Bach (Toccata and Fugue, Brandenburg Concerto No. 3) alongside dramatic new transcriptions of music by Handel – including selections from the Messiah, Zadok the Priest, Rinaldo and Solomon – and French composers Royer and Forqueray.

Red Priest is: Piers Adams, recorder; Julia Bishop, violin; Angela East, cello; David Wright, harpsichord.

Online saver tickets for £9.50 are bookable online at: http://www.kingsplace.co.uk/whats-on-book-tickets/music/red-priest-baroque-carnival

The concert starts at 6.30. Since it is a "school night" we will meet for a drink in the Rotunda bar before the concert. Who knows, there may even be a hint of sunshine by then glinting off the Regent's canal...?

I will email my mobile before the event to those who RSVP.

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Kindly note: London European Club is run by dedicated volunteers. Changing your RSVP in the last 24 hours before the event is strongly discouraged. If you don't show up to three events that you have RSVP'd Yes to, you will be banned from the Club.

 

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  • Liam

    Unfortunately, all the online saver tickets have been booked out. I spoke to the venue to find a way to coordinate seats via online booking only to find out after when I tried to book that all the online saver seats are booked out. The remaining options are to buy seated tickets for £18.50 - some are still available, or turn up on the day and try for returns.

    April 22, 2013

  • Aj

    Hi, are we planning on getting the tickets together or at least coordinating where we plan on sitting?

    April 1, 2013

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