We are delighted to announce Adam Dant's solo exhibition - The Return of London at the Crypt of St Martin-in-the-Fields.
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Antonio Vivaldi’s joyous Gloria was famously composed for the musicians of the Ospedale della Pietà orphanage in Venice. Similarly, the Baroque composers Porpora and Hasse were also high-profile teachers who wrote choral works for their Ospedale pupils in Naples and Venice, combining social enterprise and musical excellence in a way that resonates powerfully with the ethos of St Martin's.
Renowned for their strikingly innovative approach, I Fagiolini present an eclectic range of vocal showstoppers. Spanning from Claudio Monteverdi to Cathy Berberian, this programme revels in the tantalising ache and biting discord that render choral works unforgettable. Esteemed director Robert Hollingworth shares his razor-sharp insight into how these repertoire classics gain mythical status for singers and audiences alike.
The Hermes Experiment is a trailblazing contemporary quartet, dedicated to the performance of new commissions and arrangements scored for their unique combination of harp, clarinet, voice and double bass. Highly praised for their nuanced and witty performances, The Hermes Experiment take us on an alluring adventure through their distinctive repertoire, featuring works by Ewan Campbell, Giles Swayne and Eleanor Alberga.