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Bach To Baby

  • Written by: Handel

Baby-friendly concerts for you and your little one to enjoy together. Children are allowed to listen to music the way they want, while you can enjoy performances by top-class musicians.

Bromley United Reformed Church

Tue 25 Nov

£10 (Children free)

Zivorad Nikolic explores music from around the world on the classical accordion.

  • 10:30 – 11:30 Bach To Baby Bromley United Reformed Church

Burgh House, London NW3

Wed 5 Nov

£10 / 020 7431 0144

Zivorad Nikolic (accordion) explores the music of the accordion.

Christ Church, London SE10

Fri 28 Nov

£10 (Children free)

Zivorad Nikolic explores music from around the world on the classical accordion.

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Adrian Brendel & Aleksandar Madzar: Dohnanyi, Beethoven, Janacek

  • Written by: Janacek

Dohnanyi's Cello Sonata in Bb minor Op 8, Janacek's Pohadka and Beethoven's Cello Sonata in A Op 69.

Wigmore Hall, London W1U

Sun 14 Dec

£12.50 inc refreshments (£10 inc refreshments) / 020 7935 2141

Lincoln Drill Hall

Sat 22 Nov

Free / 01522 873894

Guitar recital featuring 20th century sounds with Aidan Marshall.

Alauda Quartet

  • Written by: Tippett

An internationally diverse ensemble hailing from four different corners of Europe but sharing a unifying passion for chamber music and a desire to explore the repertoire of the string quartet. Besides their concert and masterclass schedule the Quartet is also involved in educational projects across the UK.

Lauderdale House, London N6

Sun 30 Nov

£7 (£5; Children £1) / 020 8348 8716

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Angela Brownridge: Scriabin, Liszt, Debussy, Chopin

  • Written by: Chopin

The pianist Angela Brownridge plays some of the greatest piano works by the composers featured in her recital including Debussy Suite Pour le Piano, Liszt, Petrarch, Chopin and Scriabin Studies 11 and 12 Op 8.

St George's Bristol

Sun 2 Nov

£10 (Children £8; Children £8 under 18s; £8; £8; £8) / 0845 402 4001

Anthony Tat: Rachmaninov, Ravel, Beethoven, Faure, Prokofiev

  • Written by: Prokofiev

The young pianist performs works by Beethoven, Faure, Ravel, Prokofiev and Rachmaninov.

Royal Albert Hall, London SW7

Sun 9 Nov

Elgar Room

£11 / 020 7589 8212

Antje Weithaas And Silke Avenhaus: Suk, Dvorak, Beethoven

  • Written by: Beethoven

The violinist and pianist pairing performs Dvorak's Four Romantic Pieces, Beethoven's Violin Sonata No 7 In C Minor, No 2 and Suk's Four Pieces For Violin And Piano.

Wigmore Hall, London W1U

Sun 2 Nov

£12.50 inc refreshments (£10 inc refreshments) / 020 7935 2141

Apollon Musagète Quartet: Gorecki, Dvorak, Szymanowski

  • Written by: Szymanowski

One of Europe's most adventurous and dynamic ensembles, the quartet play works by Dvorak.

Brighton Dome

Sun 14 Dec

Corn Exchange

£18.50–£99 / 01273 709709

Around The World With The 12 Cellists Of The Berliner Philharmoniker: Robert Schumann, Henry Purcell, Dmitry Shostakovich

  • Written by: Dmitry Shostakovich

Cellists of the Berliner Philharmoniker play melodies, rhythms and harmonies playing swing, classical, dance and music from films in this very special one-hour concert for children and their families with narration.

Southbank Centre, London SE1

Sun 15 Feb 2015

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Bach Cantatas: JS Bach

  • Directed by: Iain Ledingham
  • Written by: JS Bach

Du Friedefurst, Herr Jesu Christ, Fantasia and Fugue in C minor and Lass, Furstin, Lass Noch Einen Strahl, performed on historical instruments.

Royal Academy Of Music, London NW1

Sun 18 Jan 2015

£13 (£10) / 020 7873 7300

JS Bach's music performed on modern instruments, including BWV 16, Lord God, We Give Thee Praise, Bach's own especial favourite BWV 82, It Is Enough and BWV 112, The Lord Is My Faithful Shepherd.

Sun 22 Feb 2015

£13 (£10) / 020 7873 7300

JS Bach's music is performed on period instruments, with organist Michael Papadopoulos. The programme includes BWV 582, Passacaglia In C Minor and BWV 201, Make Haste, Make Haste, You Whirling Winds. Directed by Iain Ledingham.

Sun 22 Mar 2015

£13 (£10) / 020 7873 7300

JS Bach's music is performed on period instruments, with Iain Ledingham directing and Jemima Stephenson on organ. The programme includes BWV 25, There Is No Soundness In My Flesh, BWV 153, Behold, Dear God, How My Enemies, BWV 686, Out Of The Depths I Cry To Thee and BWV 38.

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The Bach Choir: St Matthew Passion (In English)

The Bach Choir first performed Johann Sebastian Bach's epic Passion in English in 1930. Yearly packed-out audiences continue to appreciate the relevance and immediacy of the performances.

Southbank Centre, London SE1

Sun 29 Mar 2015

£10–£40 / 0844 875 0073

National Trust: Bath Assembly Rooms

Sat 8 Nov

£10–£28 / 01225 477789

The Takacs Quartet will perform a selection of classical works, including pieces by Beethoven and Mozart.

Sat 15 Nov

£10–£25 / 01225 477789

Vertavo String Quartet and Paul Lewis piano Mozart - Piano Concerto No 12 in A major K 414 Bartok - String Quartet No 6 Dvorak - Piano Quintet No 2 in A major Op 81

Bells Up Brass Quintet

Quintet of Eoin Tonner (trumpet), Holly Boddice (trumpet), Andrew McLean (horn), Cillian Ó Ceallacháin (trombone) and Rachel Brown (tuba).

Usher Hall, Edinburgh

Tue 9 Dec

£3 (students and schoolchildren free) / 0131 228 1155

Benjamin Goldscheider & Matt Glendening: Schumann, Bissil, Ireland, Gregson, Weiner, Bozza, Saint-Saens

  • Written by: Saint-Saens

Performances of Bozza's En Foret, Saint-Saens' Romance Op 67, Bissil's Lone Call and Charge, Schumann's Adagio and Allegro, Ireland's Fantasy Sonata, Weiner's Peregi Verbink Op 40 and Gregson's Tributes.

Royal Albert Hall, London SW7

Sun 7 Dec

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Boxing Day Organ Recital: Prof Ian Tracey

A recital by the Organist Titulaire at Liverpool Cathedral.

Liverpool Cathedral

Fri 26 Dec

Phone for prices, phone for availibility / 0151 702 7201

Brass Masterclass

Peter Franks, Principal Trumpet of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, bring his experience and wisdom to a masterclass with students of St Andrews University and the surrounding community. Booking is essential.

Younger Hall, St Andrews

Thu 13 Nov

Prices to be confirmed / 01334 462226

Part of St Andrews Brass Festival.

Britten Oboe Quartet: Lutyens, Oliver Knussen, Elgar, Mozart, Lennox Berkeley, Britten

  • Written by: Britten

The ensemble performs Elgar's Andante And Allegro, Lutyens's Oboe Quartet Op 81 'Driving Out The Death', Mozart's Adagio For Cor Anglais and String Trio K580a, Britten's Fantasy Quartet In F Minor Op 2, Oliver Knussen's Cantata, Lennox Berkeley's String Trio Op 19 and Mozart's Oboe Quartet In F Major K370/368b.

Brighton Dome

Sun 22 Feb 2015

Corn Exchange

£18.50 (£16) / 01273 709709

Calefax: Gershwin, Ravel, Mozart, Beethoven, Vivaldi, Bach

  • Written by: Bach

The Calefax Reed Quintet performs rescored versions of the Bach/Vivaldi Concerto in D, Mozart's Orgelstuck Fur Eine Uhr KV 608, Beethoven's Variations On 'God Save The King',

Brighton Dome

Sun 16 Nov

Corn Exchange

£18.50 (£16) / 01273 709709

Carducci Quartet: Steve Reich

  • Written by: Steve Reich

Violinists Matthew Denton and Michelle Fleming, violist Eoin Schmidt-Martin and cellist Emma Denton perform Steve Reich's Different Trains For String Quartet And Tape and WTC 9/11 For String Quartet.

Kings Place, London N1

Sun 15 Feb 2015

£19.50 inc refreshments / 020 7520 1490

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Gloucester Cathedral

Sat 6 Dec

Phone for prices / 01452 528095

CBSO Schools Concert: Bite-Size Classics: Mozart, Elgar, Britten, Holst

  • Directed by: Michael Seal (cond)
  • Written by: Holst

This lively concert for Key Stage Two is entirely made up of music by and for children from Britten and Elgar, to Mozart and Holst.

Symphony Hall, Birmingham

Thu 2 Jul 2015

£5 / 0121 345 0600

CBSO Schools Concert: The CBSO’s Guide To The Orchestra: John Williams, Copland, Mozart, Beethoven, Vivaldi, Stravinsky, Prokofiev

  • Directed by: Michael Seal (cond)
  • Written by: Prokofiev

Presenter Alasdair Malloy explores music from Mozart to Harry Potter, in a concert specially devised for Key Stage 3 students featuring classics from Vivaldi and Mozart alongside contemporary music from films.

Symphony Hall, Birmingham

Charles Ives Day

The Guildhall School's ResearchWorks series celebrates the music of Charles Ives on 23 November.

Guildhall School Of Music & Drama, London EC2Y

Sun 23 Nov

£15 / 020 7628 2571

Chisato Kusunoki

Chisato has emerged as one of the inspirational piano soloists of the East and West. She presents musical treasures by Beethoven, Chopin and three celebrated composers from the Caucasus region. Inlcudes complementary tea and coffee.

The Forge, London NW1

Sun 16 Nov

£12 (£10) / 020 7383 7808

Keys & Coffee.

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