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Events today, Sunday 20 September 2020

St Martin’s Summer Online Festival: A Celebration of Bach See more

A programme of some of Bach’s most beautiful and virtuosic choral motets on themes of religious longing, comfort and praise, intertwined with the haunting Cello Suite No. 4 and the celebrated Cello Suite No 1.

27 August - 26 September 2020

St Martin’s Summer Online Festival: A London Sketchbook See more

We open our summer online festival with a journey through the heart of musical London, including pieces performed in and around the church in the 17th and 18th centuries. Featuring well-known movements from Purcell’s Abdelazer and Handel’s Water Music, alongside part of Mozart’s London Sketchbook composed during his childhood London residency together with music by Joseph Boulogne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges, an extraordinary composer, violinist and conductor born in 1745 in Guadeloupe.

20 August - 19 September 2020

St Martin’s Summer Online Festival: The Glories of Venice See more

A portrait of Venice in the Baroque period, with a performance of Vivaldi’s Gloria sung by an all-female vocal ensemble, just as in Vivaldi’s first performance at the Ospedale della Pietà. The concert also features one of the many solo vocal introductions he composed for the work, as well as madrigals by Barbara Strozzi, one of the most illustrious singers and composers of her time.

3 September - 2 October 2020

re:connect Concert Series – booking now open! See more

We are thrilled to announce re:connect – a series of eight concerts with the Academy of St Martin in the Fields.

Saturday 08 August 2020 - Thursday 24 December 2020

Summer Online Festival – tickets available See more

Monday 10 August 2020 - Saturday 03 October 2020

In What Do We Trust? Autumn Lecture series – booking now open See more

We are delighted to announce the speakers for our Annual Autumn Lecture Series.

Tuesday 18 August 2020 - Monday 02 November 2020

Virtual Gin Tasting – booking now open! See more

Virtual Gin Tasting in support of our ‘Keep Our Doors Open’ appeal – booking now open

Friday 21 August 2020 - Saturday 03 October 2020

re:connect – A Requiem for our Time – Online concert See more

The opening concert honours those who have suffered and lost their lives to COVID-19. It is also given in memory of Martin Loveday, a former cellist with the Academy who died from Coronavirus in April 2020. Arvo Pärt’s Cantus in Memoriam Benjamin Britten opens the concert, followed by Fauré’s beautiful Requiem with Carolyn Sampson, Roderick Williams and St Martin's Voices, conducted by Andrew Earis. The concert will be streamed online from 7.30pm on Thursday 17 September and will be available for 30 days from the initial broadcast.

Thursday 17 September 2020 - Saturday 17 October 2020
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