Arts and Events

MUSIC FOR CUBA – Benefit Concert: Saturday 9 March, 6pm

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MUSIC FOR CUBA – Benefit Concert: Saturday 9 March, 6pm

This is a benefit concert to raise money for a project to buy musical instruments and spare parts for the Conservatorio Guillermo Tomás music school in Havana. The donation will be taken to Cuba in April by a solidarity brigade organised by the campaign Rock around the Blockade. This project follows up on a previous fundraising campaign to send a piano to Cuba initiated by Cuban pianist Eralys Fernandez. Eralys Fernandez – piano Solo piano pieces by E. Lecuona, G. Gershwin, C. Debussy Sonata for Piano and Cello No. 2 in G minor Op. 5 by L. van Beethoven Catherine Lee – cello, Cettina...

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Wednesday 6 March, 7pm

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Wednesday 6 March, 7pm

Service For the Beginning of Lent with Ashing and Communion. 7pm Sung Mass

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LAURA GIBSON: Tuesday 5 March, 7.30pm

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LAURA GIBSON: Tuesday 5 March, 7.30pm

Laura Gibson is an internationally acclaimed multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter, born and raised in the small Oregon logging town of Coquille. Her last album, Empire Builder, was praised by Pitchfork as “a cathartic tale of loss and redemption”, and was called “a triumph” by Uncut Magazine. Both literary and raw, with a love of traditional folk music and a bent toward experimentation, she has toured four continents, and had the distinct honor of performing the very first NPR Tiny Desk Concert. She recently completed an MFA in fiction writing from Hunter College, and her...

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HEXVESSEL – Friday 22 February, 7pm

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HEXVESSEL – Friday 22 February, 7pm

Hexvessel is the sound of nature; the sound of Prog fusing with Folk in a unique and mesmerizing dance through the primeval European forests. On February 15th 2019 their new album “All Tree” is released through Century Media and Prophecy (US), and this will be celebrated with concerts through Europe. The album is already creating a buzz among those who have heard it, so be sure to come out and witness Hexvessel’s live music ritual on stage. Tickets: £15 advance Hexvessel...

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GRAND UNION ORCHESTRA – SOUNDING BETHNAL GREEN, 1 & 15 Feb, 1 & 15 March, 5 April – 6.45-9pm

Posted by on Jan 16, 2019 in Arts and Events, Live Performance, Music | Comments Off on GRAND UNION ORCHESTRA – SOUNDING BETHNAL GREEN, 1 & 15 Feb, 1 & 15 March, 5 April – 6.45-9pm

GRAND UNION ORCHESTRA – SOUNDING BETHNAL GREEN, 1 & 15 Feb, 1 & 15 March, 5 April – 6.45-9pm

The Grand Union Orchestra is the acknowledged pioneer and leading exponent of cross-cultural music-making in the UK. Once memorably described as ‘making cultural diversity an art-form’ – and more recently commended for its ‘practical idealism’! – it continues to blaze a trail unrivalled by any other organisation. Sounding Bethnal Green is a development of Trading Roots, re-imagined for a series of events on the first and third Friday of each month at St John’s, to bring to the attention of local residents the extraordinary variety of people and...

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NEW HORIZONS – Art & Science, 31 Jan – 3 Feb 2019

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NEW HORIZONS – Art & Science, 31 Jan – 3 Feb 2019

Exhibition Open: 6.30pm – 9pm, 31st January 2019Exhibition Continues: 01-03 February 2019Opening hours: Friday – Saturday 12-6 Sunday 12-4 ArtCan’s pop up exhibition in partnership with Lumen London and St John on Bethnal Green celebrating the connection between art and science. Lumen London is an arts collective specializing in exhibitions and events centred around astronomy, physics, broader aspects of science and ecology.“New Horizons” explores the exciting intersection between art and science and how these seemingly opposite subject matters can influence and...

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