28 Monday 28th April 2014
Spitalfields Music Summer Festival once again brings superb early music, new sonic explorations, innovative music theatre pieces, family music-making and more to East London’s most interesting spaces including Christ Church Spitalfields, Shoreditch Church and Wilton’s Music Hall.
The programme is led by Associate Artists the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and clarinettist and composer Arun Ghosh, who respond to the architecture and history of the local area, including the world premiere of Ghosh’s Spitalfields Suite. Complementing them are the brightest and best in early music; a series of collaborations between music, theatre and film, and 15 world premieres. Spitalfields Music also celebrates 25 years of its Learning & Participation programme, one of the first of its kind, with a number of events, including the London premiere of David Lang’s Crowd Out, written for 1000 untrained voices. Find out loads more about the whole thing, right here!
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