Welcome to the 21st Century Marylebone Pleasure Gardens. Performances from the Queen's Household Cavalry. Complimentary refreshments from the Marylebone Hotel, Marylebone Gin, Pierre Marcolini. Giant Chess from the Bridge and Chess Shop on Baker Street. Winners of the Raffle will be announced, with prizes from, Paul Smith, Aesop, Emma Bridgewater, The London Eye, The Wallace Collection, La Portegna, Aspinal London, Carluccios, The Designers Guild, Cotton and Cologne, The Royal Lancaster Hotel.
Tickets £30 adults, £10 children
Noisy Notes is a wonderful interactive concert for children, who will have the opportunity to try musical instruments before the concert. Audience participation is strongly encouraged! The concert is led by Sue Perkins, who will conduct the Orion Orchestra in a programme which includes childrens' choices, they will also learn the song 'Noisy Notes' written by Rick Wakeman and perfrom it at the end.
Tickets £5 children, £10 adults
A free event in the Wallace Collection Restaurant with performances from Marylebone Music Festival Musicians. Patrons with a Marylebone Music Festival Programme will recieve a free Marylebone Gin and Tonic. It is advisable to reserve a table in the restaurant to avoid disappointment.
Royal Academy of Music young artists platform
Czigany Quartet - Brahms String Quartet No.1, Op.51
Ensemble Solaire - Ravel - String Quartet in F major (first movement), Arr. Matthew Horn, Tomasi- 5 Dances profanes et sacrees, Bozza- Sherzo, Op.48.
A Chamber Music concert filled with musical Cryptography. Bach Chaccone, Brahms Scherzo from FAE Sonata, Schumann Adagio and Allegro Op.70, Britten Six Metamorphoses after Ovid and Shostakovich Piano Quintet in G minor. Performers will include world class Chamber Musicians: Nicholas Daniel- Oboe, Daniel Rowland- Violin, Hannah Dawson- Violin, Meghan Cassidy- Viola, Thomas Carroll- Cello, Alasdair Beatson- Piano.
The Wallace Collection Restaurant will be open throughout the evening and a Festival Menu will be available.
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