In Pictures: Summer Festival 2013

Reminiscing over happy memories of the Summer Festival or regretting that you missed it, these were some of our Summer Festival highlights. Don’t forget to let us know which performances you enjoyed the most!

Spitalfields Music Summer Festival 2013.

The Computer Junk Orchestra filled the corridors of Bishopsgate Institute with a high tech version of Dowland’s Lachrimae.

The Haxan Cloak worked his magic...

The Haxan Cloak worked his magic…

Audiences queued around the block to see Monteverdi Ballets with Avant Garde Dance and Early Opera Company.

Audiences queued around the block to see Monteverdi Ballets with Avant Garde Dance and Early Opera Company…

And once inside the Village Underground, were greeted with a striking performance of contemporary dance and renaissance music.

…and once inside the Village Underground, were greeted with a striking performance of contemporary dance and renaissance music.

Associate Artist Scanner performs an emotional set of Dowland's work reimagined.

Associate Artist Scanner performed an emotional set of Dowland’s work reimagined.

We had free music in the market every lunchtime.

We had free music in the market every lunchtime.

Associate Artists Early Opera Company gave a stunning performance of Handel's Susanna.

Associate Artists Early Opera Company gave a stunning performance of Handel’s Susanna.

Michael Rosen took us on a musical journey through Mr Enormo Biggins' theme park.

Michael Rosen took us on a musical journey through Mr Enormo Biggins’ theme park.

Babies were allowed to run wild to Monteverdi in Musical Rumpus.

Babies were allowed to run wild to Monteverdi in Musical Rumpus.

Women Sing East delivered a fantastic programme

Women Sing East delivered a fantastic programme.

Charlotte Barbour-Condini wowed the crowd with her incredible talent

Charlotte Barbour-Condini wowed the crowd with her incredible talent.

Ruby Hughes charmed the audience with Handel's Love Songs

Ruby Hughes charmed the audience with Handel’s Love Songs.

Laura Moody gripped our hearts in the Christ Church Crypt.

Laura Moody gripped our hearts in the Christ Church Crypt.

Anna Meredith took us under water with a live set of electronics and clarinet.

And Anna Meredith took us under water with a live set of electronics and clarinet.

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