We welcome everyone to attend a service or concert, enjoy a meal and shopping and explore our beautiful historic and modern architecture.
Our central London cafés are the perfect place to escape from a busy day out in the capital.
A great place to find fairtrade, unique, affordable gifts and souvenirs that hit just the right note.
Explore our permanent works of art, seasonal art exhibitions or create your own work of art with traditional brass rubbing.
Andrew Earis explores the story and the meaning behind the music of our religious heritage, with St Martin’s Voices.
Join the Brandenburg Sinfonia and soprano Helen Lacey for a performance of some well-loved arias from the Messiah, Bach's magical cantata Ich habe genug and Mozart's much-loved Eine kleine Nachtmusik.
Founded by cellist Dietrich Bethge in 1988 from London’s leading musicians, London Octave aims to approach the baroque and classical repertoire in a fresh and energetic manner, often without a conductor.
Come on a journey through Mozart's marvellous ‘Jupiter Symphony’ and hear the instruments telling a story. There’s also a sprinkling of Handel's Water Music to enjoy!
American-born British conductor John Landor has been Music Director of London Musical Arts Orchestra since its formation in 1985.
Representing the Guildhall School of Music and Drama
Representing the Royal College of Music