Philharmonia Orchestra

Live At Zédel has partnered with the Philharmonia Orchestra, one of the world's great orchestras, to curate a series featuring some cornerstone works from the chamber music repertoire, alongside some more unusual surprises. A unique opportunity to enjoy the very best of classical music in the most intimate of spaces, including a very special late night performance on the 9th December.


Tuesday 20 September 2016

Lulu Fuller violin

Eugene Lee violin

Yukiko Ogura viola

Eric Villeminey cello

Michael Fuller double bass

Antonín Dvořák String Quintet in G, No.2 Op.77

plus music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Astor Piazzola and Carlos Gardel.

Czech composer Antonín Dvořák evokes the sounds and spirits of his homeland via joyous melodies drawn from the folk tradition.


Wednesday 19 October 2016

Karin Tilch violin

Fiona Cornall violin

Samuel Burstin viola

Gwendolyn Fisher viola

Richard Birchall cello

Anne Baker cello

Franz Schubert Quartettsatz No.12 D.703

Johannes Brahms Sextet in G, No.2 Op.36

plus music by Franz-Josef Haydn

Considered as both a traditionalist and an innovator, Brahms' music demands of the players an incredible virtuosity with this sextet one of the finest examples of his chamber music.


Friday 9 December 2016 - LATE NIGHT SHOWING

Members of the Philharmonia Orchestra cello section

A mixed programme featuring music by Nicolò Paganini, Julius Klengel, Richard Birchall, Richard Wagner, Astor Piazzola and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

A unique opportunity to hear cellists from the Philharmonia in this late night show in an eclectic mix of music, imbued with virtuosity, soaring melodies and infectious dance rhythms.


Tuesday 13 December 2016

Emily Davis violin

Gijs Kramers viola

Maria Zachariadou cello

Johann Sebastian Bach Goldberg Variations BWV 988 (arranged for string trio by Dmitry Sitkovetsky)

Perhaps the most famous composer of all time, Bach's Goldberg Variations begins with a beautiful aria which is then imaginatively reworked via 30 variations demonstrating Bach's inventiveness and mastery of music.

Menu

We serve cocktails, wines, Champagnes and small plates before & during the shows. We encourage you to enjoy a meal in the Brasserie before or after a performance.

Hours

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