Classical Brunch Concerts
Bach is back. 25 tickets only are available for London's only Classical Brunch to ensure social distancing.
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
Next brunch: Saturday 12th September
Doors open at 11am to order brunch
Music from 12pm
Venue: Fidelio Classical Music Cafe (Clerkenwell, London)
Tickets for entry (including a mimosa or coffee): £25
On Saturday 12th September come and hear a rare concert of harp and piano duo music.
Programme to include:
Debussy - Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune
Ravel - Mother Goose Suite
Poulenc - Elegy
World premiere by Isabella Gellis
Thomas Ang (piano)
A pianist with wide-ranging interests, Thomas graduated from the Royal Academy of Music gaining critical attention for his penchant for unusual and neglected music. He has won prizes for his playing of Beethoven and contemporary repertoire, and enjoys working as a chamber pianist and conductor when the chances arise. He also specialises in the music of Medtner and Kapustin, and edits the latter's music for Schott.
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.