Concerts

Music St Martin – Concerts - Londons Finest

St Martin-in-the-Fields has a proud history of hosting some of London’s best live classical music events. Audiences and performers come together in central London to enjoy a series of evening classical concerts, free lunchtime concerts, educational concerts, concerts for families and late-night music events in St Martin’s’  wonderfully rich acoustic.


 

Box Office Opening Hours:

  • By Telephone  (+44) 020 7766 1100
    Monday – Saturday: 10.00am – 5.00pm
    Public Holidays except Christmas Day: 12.00pm – 5.00pm
  • In Person
    Monday and Tuesday: 8.00am – 5.00pm*
    Wednesday: 8.00am – 9.15pm
    Thursday and Friday: 8.00am – 8.45pm
    Saturday: 8.00am – 8.30pm
    Public Holidays except Christmas Day: 12.00noon – 8.30pm
    *The box office is open until the end of the interval on performance days.
  • Online
    Due to essential maintenance, online booking is not available between 5.30am and 7.30am GMT.  We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

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February 2016
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Monday 15 February, 1:00 pm

FREE Lunchtime Concert: Youth Music Centre

Students of the Youth Music Centre, a vibrant musical establishment for children and adolescents up to the age of seventeen, delight with a diverse programme featuring Corelli and Fats Waller. Read more…

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Tuesday 16 February, 1:00 pm

FREE Lunchtime Concert St Martin’s Embassy and Cultural Institute Series: Lithuania

Representing the Lithuanian Embassy and in commemoration of Lithuanian National Day, singers Kostas Smoriginas and Laura Zigmantaite accompanied by pianist Gabija Butkute delight with a programme of arias by Bizet, Donizetti, Mozart and Saint-saens. Read more…

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Tuesday 16 February, 7:30 pm

Academy of St Martin in the Fields

Join The Academy of Saint Martin-in-the-Fields, the chamber orchestra founded in 1958 by esteemed conductor Sir Neville Mariner, for the world premiere of English composer John Woolrich’s double concerto To the Silver Bow and other works by Mendelssohn, Tchaikovsky and Elgar. Read more…

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Thursday 18 February, 7:30 pm

Mozart Eine kleine Nachtmusik by Candlelight

The Feinstein Ensemble perform one of Mozart’s best known works, Eine kleine Nachtmusik, alongside other pieces by Vivaldi and Mozart. Read more…

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Friday 19 February, 1:00 pm

FREE Lunchtime Concert: Corinne Morris (cello)

Today’s programme presents well-known works from the classical cello repertoire but also the World Premiere of a new work from the upcoming British-Israeli-French composer, Nimrod Borenstein. Read more…

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Friday 19 February, 7:30 pm

Handel and Vivaldi by Candlelight

Join the Trafalgar Sinfonia for an evening of Baroque masterpieces by Bach, Handel and Vivaldi. Read more…

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New London Singers
Saturday 20 February, 10:15 am

Come and Sing: Choruses from Haydn’s Creation

Ever thought it would be fun to say you’ve sung where Handel and Mozart have performed before you? Join St Martin’s Voices for this ‘Come and Sing’ workshop under the baton of our Director of Music Dr Andrew Earis. Read more…

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Saturday 20 February, 7:30 pm

Four Seasons by Candlelight

Join the Festive Orchestra of London for a fabulous performance of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, alongside other works by Pachelbel, Mozart and Bach. Read more…

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Monday 22 February, 1:00 pm

FREE Lunchtime Concert: Adriana Cristea (violin) and Greta Gasser (piano)

Join award-winning Romanian violinist Adriana Cristea and talented pianist Greta Gasser for their varied programme of works for solo piano and violin and piano. Read more…

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Tuesday 23 February, 1:00 pm

FREE Lunchtime Concert: Daniel Roberts

Join pianist Daniel Roberts and his programme of works for piano featuring Medtner’s Two Fairytales and Beethoven’s Sonata in E flat No 18 Op 31, occasionally nicknamed ‘the hunt’ for its jocular character. Read more…