On 7th, 8th and 9th October, the fifteenth Little Venice Music Festival will take place, curated for the first time by the Berkeley Ensemble.
Following two successful appearances at the festival, the ensemble will take over its running from this year, continuing the rich mix of events and musical styles for which it is known, with an emphasis on chamber music but also including renowned soloists and vocal music amongst the musical offerings.
The 2016 Festival will feature renowned artists cellist Adrian Brendel and pianist Christopher Glynn appearing alongside the Berkeley Ensemble in great chamber music, old and new. There will also be some slightly unusual events in a late-night solo violin performance by the remarkable Fenella Humphreys, a family concert exploring story-telling in music, and a performance by the dynamic and unpredictable Ensemble Perpetuo.
You can find out more on the festival website. More details are being added so keep checking for the latest developments.
We look forward to seeing you!