This line-up is on fire!

As part of our recently revealed Summer Festival 2016 programme, we’re welcoming back New London Chamber Choir to the beautiful Shoreditch Church in June. Premiering a flaming cantata, the choir will be charting the progress of the Great Fire of London on its 350th anniversary. Fire has long been a source of inspiration for artists, so to…

Sounds: Gabrieli Consort Winter Mix

Former Associate Artists Gabrieli Consort are back with us in Spitalfields this winter bringing some seasonal cheer. At Shoreditch Church they will be performing one of Benjamin Britten’s earlier masterpieces, A Boy Was Born (written while on a ship journey back from the USA). Alongside this is a selection of medieval and 20th-century carols guaranteed to warm…

Sounds: Winter Festival 2012 Playlist

With coats coming back out of the wardrobes and the evenings becoming darker, it’s clear that winter’s slowly on the way and so is our Winter Festival! To get you in the mood for what’s in store, we’ve put together a Winter Festival 2012 Spotify playlist. We’ve included bits and pieces from all the programmes…

CLoSer House Party Playlist

It’s Friday. It’s our last day on the Spitalfield’s Music Blog. It’s time to have a bit of a house party before the owners get back! So we’re turning off our computers and turning our speakers up loud. Get in the mood for our next CLoSer series by listening to our Spotify playlist. If you…

Summer Festival Playlist now available

With June drawing nearer, our Summer Festival 2012 is only round the corner (only 13 weeks, we checked!). As ever, we’ll be bringing you a diverse programme of renowned artists, local music making and a musical repertoire no less eclectic. To get you in the mood for what’s in store, we’ve put together a Summer…

Staff Pick: Gallicantus

As the Winter Festival draws ever closer, Marketing & Box Office Assistant, Michael Duffy, shares why he thinks Gallicantus’s Dialogues of Sorrow is one of the unmissable events this festival. So, Gallicantus may be one of this festival’s lesser known artists, but are most definitely one of the most unmissable! Their early-seventeenth century programme is…