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blog » lmm recommends | tuesday 20 September
Flautist Martin Feinstein and harpsichordist Robin Bigwood present a family-friendly evening concert of Baroque chamber masterpieces, including Handel's Sonata for flute and continuo in G; JS Bach's Toccata for Harpsichord in D, BWV912; Telemann's Fantasy for solo flute in E minor; and JS Bach's Sonata for flute and obligato harpsichord in B minor, BWV1030. Includes supper (main course and glass of house wine).
6.30pm :St Martin-in-the-fields. Tickets £16 - £26 (supper included).
For more information, please go to: http://enterprise.smitf.org/jserv/concerts/view.jsp?id=3764&command=concert
The Young Musicians Symphony Orchestra (resident at St John's Smith Square) offers an exciting orchestral programme of Borodin, Fétis and Brahms under the baton of James Blair with organist James O’Donnell.
7.30pm :St John’s Smith Square Tickets £10 - £14 - £18 (concessions 20% discount)
For more details, please go to: http://www.sjss.org.uk/pages/Diary/content_page2_2.htm
Television personality Robert Winston, Professor of Science and Society at Imperial College and Chairman of the Royal College of Music, has been described by both The Guardian and The Daily Telegraph as a “national treasure”. Lord Winston will deliver an exciting lecture on the place art and science come together – the brain – and proves to give a fascinating insight into its complexities.
7.30pm: Britten Theatre, Royal College of Music. Tickets £10 (on sale from 26 August)
For more information on this event, please go to: http://www.rcm.ac.uk/supportus/events/details/?id=5944
Come to the Clore Ballroom and take part in an uplifting African dance and drumming circle! A great opportunity for all generations to gather and enjoy making music in a friendly and invigorating environment.
2.30pm: The Clore Ballroom, Southbank Centre. FREE ENTRY – drumming open to ages ten and over, dance to adults 16+
For more information on the event, please go to: http://ticketing.southbankcentre.co.uk/find/dance-performance/tickets/open-dance-and-drumming-circle-61159
Inspired by the William Byrd Festival at Wigmore Hall, Isabelle Adams leads a day of singing workshops for adults. Come along to learn some new songs by ear, join in with fun vocal warm-ups and finish the day with a performance on the Wigmore Hall stage – all activities are open to everyone, but book quickly, as tickets are going fast!
10am: Wigmore Hall. Tickets £18 and concessions £10 (not part of subscription scheme)
For more information on this event, please go to: http://www.wigmore-hall.org.uk/whats-on/productions/come-and-sing-byrd-28247