Classical Brunch Concerts
Bach'n Eggs is London's first ever Classical Brunch.
Top classical musicians present a chamber music programme to be enjoyed with your weekend mimosa and avocado toast.
As featured in Time Out, Vogue, Condé Nast Traveller and The Nudge
Doors open at 11am to order brunch
Music from 12pm
Venue: Fidelio Classical Music Cafe (Clerkenwell, London)
Sunday 16th Feb 2020
Bring a date or just a mate and be serenaded while tucking into your scrambled eggs and avocado. Featuring Olivia Jageurs on harp and actor Alex Knox, expect a programme of music and the text that inspired it.
Saturday 28th Mar 2020
Flute & Harp Brunch
Expect fiery latin rhythms as Spanish/Columbian flautist Sofia Castillo brings sizzling renditions of Latin favourites, served with a side of Romantic classical hits.
Alexander Knox (actor)
Theatre includes A Princess Undone (Park Theatre), Love in Idleness (West End), The Tempest and Henry V (both Shakespeare Rose Theatre), The Passing of the Third Floor Back (Finborough Theatre) and The Silver Sword (UK Tour). He played Puck in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Barbican Hall, with the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sir John Eliot Gardiner); and played the war poet, Charles Hamilton Sorley, in It Is Easy To Be Dead, which opened at the Finborough Theatre, transferred to the Trafalgar Studios and subsequently toured Scotland. The play was nominated for an Olivier Award, and Alex received a Best Male OFFIE nomination for his performance.
Sofia Castillo (flute)
Solo engagements have taken her to the U.S.A, New Zealand, South America, Middle East, and many European countries and in 2017 she was selected as a Concordia Foundation Artists. Sofia has performed at many of the major concert halls in London including Cadogan Hall, St John's Smith Square, St Martin-in-the-Fields and St James's Piccadilly with orchestras including the Philharmonia, Sinfonia Cymru, Hastings Philharmonic, Orion Orchestra, YMSO, the National Youth Jazz Orchestra and International Opera Theatre Orchestra of Philadelphia.
Olivia Jageurs (harp)
Shortlisted for a Royal Philharmonic Society award, the highest award for live classical music in the UK, Olivia has performed with orchestras such as the London Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightment and the BBC Symphony Orchestra. She also plays at high profile events such as the Wimbledon Tennis Championships. Olivia launched Bachn & Eggs in 2016 with the aim to attract more people to live classical music.