Andaz Liverpool Street Masonic Temple

Andaz Liverpool Street Masonic Temple

Andaz Liverpool Street40 Liverpool StreetLondonEC2M 7QN An incredibly beautiful space, the Masonic Temple was walled off for decades before it’s rediscovery during a 1990’s refurbishment. Its Grade I listed interior status, fitted out in marble and mahogany, give this space a feeling of opulence and luxury. The Temple is normally not open to the public,

79 Artists

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City of London Sinfonia Entering their 40th year, City of London Sinfonia is one of the UK’s leading professional orchestras, having earned a reputation for consistently high quality performances and recordings. Highly sought after, City of London Sinfonia give around one hundred performances each year in London, throughout the UK and abroad. Founded in 1971

London Symphony Orchestra & Sir Colin Davis: Berlioz Requiem


London Symphony Orchestra London Symphony Chorus Barry Banks tenor Sir Colin Davis conductor Berlioz Requiem (Grande Messe des Morts) The London Symphony Orchestra and the legendary conductor Sir Colin Davis took part in our first Festival in 1962 – indeed Sir Colin directed the Festival’s first ever concert – and they will perform together in

New Generation Artists Danjulo Ishizaka and Martin Helmchen

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Wednesday 11 July Time: 18:00  St Anne and St Agnes  Besides a new work by Stuart MacRae, one of the finest young composing talents around, these two players also perform the rare cello-and-piano version of César Franck’s sumptuously romantic Violin Sonata. In between comes a choice of pieces from Messiaen’s gigantic cycle Vingt Regards sur