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Sound on screen – Quatuor Voce at Institut français, 4th December

As part of the Sound on Screen series, the Institut français will be presenting a special concert combining the music of Beethoven, Mahler & Schubert on the big screen with a live performance by Quatuor Voce plus guests Alexander Schmaltz (piano) and Diana Galvydyte (violin). The Sound on Screen series of concerts celebrates and explores the […]

The High Tea Cast presents… Sex & Mugs & Rock ‘n’ Roll, 24th November 2012

The girls from The High Tea Cast are returning to Kensington to offer up another slice of supreme fun with their Sex & Mugs & Rock ‘n’ Roll night on Saturday 24th November 2012. Last year’s event (see our post on it here) raised the final £1,300 for London based charity Janie’s School, which helped finish […]

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s 2012/13 Season at Cadogan Hall

The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s 2012/13 season of concerts at Cadogan Hall in Chelsea start in September, which is sure to feature some fabulous performances and many magical moments. Throughout the season, the orchestra will have a superb set of acclaimed artists joining them, such as violinists Chloe Hanslip and Jack Liebeck, pianist Leon McCawley, and […]

Brass virtuoso James Morrison and London Brass at Cadogan Hall, 7th July 2012

The international jazz virtuoso James Morrison will be teaming up with the acclaimed London Brass musicians for what’s sure to be a wonderful concert at Cadogan Hall on Saturday 7th July. The concert programme will include a variety of pieces, from variations on classical themes to Tudor rounds, as well as an impressive showcase of […]

Bikeminded’s Music Tour this Saturday!

We’ve written before about Bikeminded’s wonderful summer cycling tour programme, which features differently-themed bicycle tours (based around film, music, and Alice in Wonderful!) of the Kensington & Chelsea area. Not only are they a great way of getting in an extra bit of exercise, they’re also a fun way of exploring the local area – […]

Bikeminded’s Summer Cycling Tour Programme in Kensington & Chelsea

Bikeminded has recently announced a very exciting summer programme of cycling tours that will take place in the Kensington and Chelsea area over the next few months, and kicking off this Saturday, shop 14th April with a Film Tour. The Bikeminded campaign is run by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea with the aim […]

Psophos Quartet at the Institut français, 27th March 2012

As part of the A French Musical Journey from Couperin to Boulez series at the Institut français, the renowned Psophos Quartet will be performing works by Ravel, Debussy and Chausson on Tuesday 27th March. The Quartet is comprised of Eric Lacrouts (violin), Laurent Manaud-Pallas (violin),  Cécile Grassi (viola) and Guillaume Martigné (cello). Created in 1997 at the Lyon Conservatoire supérieur de musique […]

L’amour à la française part 2 at the Institut français, 7th February

Next Tuesday 7th February, singers from the Royal Academy of Music and the Royal Academy Opera will be performing the classical music concert L’amour à la française part 2 at the Institut français, a concert that will include songs dealing with various sides of love at the beginning of the 20th century. The concert programme […]

The Music of Burt Bacharach at Cadogan Hall, 14th Febuary 2012

Sloane Square’s Cadogan Hall venue will be hosting a very special Valentine’s Day concert this year – one that’s perfect for a romantic outing – with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra playing The Music of Burt Bacharach. Songs by the “King of Sophisticated Pop” that will feature on the night include gems such as Anyone Who […]

Parry Ray and Trio at Kensington Roof Gardens, 28th January 2012

Jazz and soul singer Parry Ray will be kicking of a series of live dates for 2012 with a performance at the Kensington Roof Gardens on Saturday 28th January 2012. Held in conjunction with Jazz FM, the event also coincides with the launch of Parry’s new single and album. Parry Ray grew up in a […]