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In today’s news: Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture tops Classic FM Hall of Fame, an untrained performer is accepted into Berklee College of Music, The Leeds piano competition will take place in Berlin, a viola player wins case against Royal Opera House, and Spotify goes public today.

Classical Music

Two Southbank venues set to reopen this month

London’s Queen Elizabeth Hall (QEH) and Purcell Room are set to reopen on 9 April, following several years of refurbishment.

Newly discovered Elgar works recorded

Two lost works by Elgar – plus two forgotten arrangements – have been recorded by the BBC Concert Orchestra.

Classic FM

Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture tops the Classic FM Hall of Fame

For the first time in the 22-year history of the Classic FM Hall of Fame, Tchaikovsky’s cannon-fuelled epic has reached the No.1 spot.

NY Times

Michael Tree, a Founder of the Guarneri Quartet, Dies at 84

Michael Tree, a founding member of the Guarneri String Quartet, has died of Parkinson’s disease at age 84.

Boston Globe

The Russo’s Market singer was accepted to Berklee College of Music

The food-service employee from Russo’s Market who gained online fame was accepted into Berklee’s undergraduate program.

Der Tagesspiegel

Virtuosen brauchen mehr als schnelle Finger

Warum der renommierte Klavierwettbewerb aus dem nordenglischen Leeds diesmal in Berlin startet.

Die Welt

Bratscher gewinnt Prozess, weil die „Walküre“ zu laut war

Er spielt Bratsche. Und saß zu dicht an den Blechbläsern. Als sie Wagners „Walküre“ probten, bekam er einen Gehörschaden. Nun hat Christopher Goldschneider gegen Londons Oper geklagt. Und gewonnen.

neue musikzeitung

Vertrauensentzug Projektförderung 

Alle wollen kulturelle Bildung – aber wer gestaltet und wer bezahlt sie?

El País

Suspense ante el estreno bursátil de Spotify

El servicio de streaming musical debuta este martes en Wall Street con el reto de demostrar que su negocio es rentable.


© Elgar Birthplace Museum


(Written on April 3, 2018 )

In today’s Classical News, the Southbank Centre launches its 17/18 season, Dobrinka Tabakova is appointed composer-in-residence at BBC Concert Orchestra, and Sound and Music announces its new Portfolio and Embedded composers.

The Guardian

Barenboim, Bernstein and the Berlin Phil: Southbank Centre launches 2017-18 season

The season will see the Queen Elizabeth Hall reopen and visits from Barenboim’s West-East Divan Orchestra and Rattle’s Berlin Philharmonic, while artistic director Jude Kelly spoke of the need for people to ‘bump into’ classical music.

BBC Music Magazine

BBC Concert Orchestra appoints new composer-in-residence

Dobrinka Tabakova has been appointed as composer-in-residence at the BBC Concert Orchestra, a role that will see her work with the orchestra for an initial period of three years. Her first orchestral commission is scheduled for the 2018/19 season and will be premiered at London’s Southbank Centre.


ABO/Rhinegold Award winners announced

The winners of the 2017 ABO/Rhinegold Awards, which shine the spotlight on the managers who contribute so much to the success of the UK’s classical music-making behind the scenes, were announced at the annual ABO conference dinner on 26 January.

Radio 3 announces 2017 International Women’s Day programming

Radio 3 controller Alan Davey has announced the station’s plans for this year’s International Women’s Day (8 March), which include the broadcast of a Radio 3-commissioned world premiere setting the text of Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai’s 2013 UN speech to music for the first time.

Sound and Music announces Portfolio and Embedded composers

Sound and Music (SaM) has announced the composers selected for its artist development projects.


Classical Music News @ClassicalMusic Caritas Chamber Choir launches young composer competition

Stringwars Project @StringwardsPRJ 10 you might or might not know about the birthday boy. Happy Birthday

Music History @today_classical  in 1885 Birth of American Jerome


Photograph: Daniel Baremboim

(Written on January 27, 2017 )

Classical News

In today’s news soloists from the BBC Proms discuss how they cope with performance stress and The Vatican has permitted the first ever recording in the Sistine Chapel. Also, Jonathan Nott has extended his tenure with the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra and violinist Hilary Hahn announces the birth of her baby girl.


It’ll be alright on the night: how musicians cope with performance stress

Soloists at the Proms perform in front of a live audience of 6,000 people, and thousands more on radio, TV and online. How do musicians deal with nerves when playing to large audiences in public?

The Times

Chineke! Changing the face of classical music

When the Chineke! Orchestra plays its first concert, in the Queen Elizabeth Hall on Sunday, history will be made.

Classical Music Magazine

DG makes first recording in the Sistine Chapel

The Vatican has permitted the first ever recording in the Sistine Chapel.

Classical Source

Jonathan Nott extends tenure as Music Director of the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra through 2025/26 Season

The Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, (Hideo Sawada, Chairman) has announced that Jonathan Nott, who has served as Music Director since 2014, will be extending his tenure to March 2026.

The Strad

Violinist Hilary Hahn announces birth of baby girl

The star performer shared the happy news via her Facebook page

Die Welt

Besser kann ein Sachbuch gar nicht sein

Die “Winterreise” als Wunderkammer: Der Tenor Ian Bostridge hat ein unfassbar kluges Buch über Franz Schuberts Liederzyklus geschrieben. Er erklärt viel und nimmt der Musik nichts von ihrem Geheimnis.

Neue Musikzeitung

Mehr Geld für Berliner Kultur? – Opposition: falsche Schwerpunkte

Für die einen ist es eine „Sensation“, für die anderen „Krimskrams“: Der Berliner Kulturhaushalt soll deutlich steigen – im kommenden Jahr um 32,2 Millionen auf 504,5 Millionen Euro, 2017 auf 521,6 Millionen Euro, also dann gut zehn Prozent mehr als bisher.

Musik heute

Neubrandenburger Philharmonie: Neuer Chefdirigent will Orchester unverzichtbar machen

Neubrandenburg – Der neue Generalmusikdirektor der Neubrandenburger Philharmonie Sebastian Tewinkel will dafür sorgen, dass das Musikerensemble in der Größe erhalten bleibt. “Ich will mit Konzerten erreichen, dass ein Bewusstsein entsteht, dass das Orchester in der Form unverzichtbar wird”, sagte Tewinkel am Dienstag in Neubrandenburg.

France Musique

L’Opéra de Vienne se passera de directeur musical

Un an après la démission de Franz Welser-Möst de son poste de directeur musical de l’Opéra de Vienne, Dominique Meyer, le directeur de la maison lyrique, a annoncé qu’il ne cherchait personne pour le remplacer.


Call for Scores: Royal Northern Sinfonia, Lars Vogt Seek Chamber ‘Mozarts of Tomorow’

Having stirred the personnel pot earlier with the appointment of pianist Lars Vogt as music director, the Royal Northern Sinfonia–the United Kingdom’s only full-time chamber orchestra stationed there at Sage Gateshead–is now challenging young U.K. composers to stir up its repertoire.


Fran Wilson: Fabulous solo violin concert with . Wonderful to hear specially commissioned new works by Piers Hellawell & Sally Beamish

DCMS: We will launch a new, far-reaching cultural strategy, the first in 50 yrs. We want your views & ideas on

Classic FM: We say congratulations to Her Majesty. Today, every piece every of music we play is by UK & Commonwealth composers!

Cappella_Sistina_2015_06_09934-Copy-1024x682Photo: Burkhard Bartsch © Governatorato SCV – Direzione dei Musei

(Written on September 9, 2015 )

We had a good giggle in the WildKat PR office yesterday trying to guess the top 10 most discussed UK topics, global topics and check ins on Facebook as reported by The Telegraph. However, the jovial mood was somewhat quenched when we noticed that not a single classical music venue, event or artist was mentioned. Well you know what they say, if you want something done, do it yourself. So, we have complied our own top 10 classical music lists.

Top UK Facebook Classical Music Venue Check Ins (of all time):

Royal Albert Hall

Royal Festival Hall

Royal Opera House


Sadler’s Wells

Bridgewater Hall

The Symphony Hall Birmingham

St Martin in the Fields

Queen Elizabeth Hall

Wigmore Hall 


The Wigmore Hall. Photo found at: The Independent 

Top 10 most popular news stories on WildKat PR of 2014 (calculated by the number of people reached)

Auction of Elizabeth Watts’ Vivine Westwood Gown which she wore to the Last Night of the BBC Proms

David Finckel and Wu Han at the Berlin Philharmonic

Vote for Bamberger Symphoniker – Bayerische Staatsphilharmonie’s New Logo

Berkeley Ensemble’s Competition Inspired by Walter Willson Cobbett

Avi Avital and Mahan Esfahani’s Concert at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

Cantate World Choir Games Blog

Our Top 6 Tips for Classical Music Artist Photography

Bringing Classical Music to the General Public: How WildKat PR Got it Right

Nicola Benedetti: ‘Sex isn’t what sells Classical Music.’

Trinity Buoy Wharf in Londonist


Elizabeth Watts in Vivienne Westwood. Photo found at: by Asa Westerlund

Classical Music Album Charts (iTunes)

Nicola Benedetti– A Scottish Fantasy

Martha Argerich, Orchestra Mozart– Piano Concerto no.25 in C Major, K.503 & Piano Concerto No.20 in D minor, K.466 (Live from KKL, Lucerne/2013)

Milos Karadaglic-Aranjuez

Voces8-Eventide (Deluxe Version)

Maki Namekawa-Philip Glass:The Complete Piano Etudes

The Piano Guys-Wonders (Deluxe Edition)

Andre de Ridder and Africa Express-Africa Express Presents…Terry Riley’s In C Mali

Angela Hewitt-Bach: The Art of Fugue

Ludovic Morlot and Seattle Symphony Orchestra-John Luther Adams: Become Ocean

Joyce DiDonato-Stella di Napoli


Nicola Benedetti. Photo found at:

Why is this the case?

Classical music, in recent years, has become increasingly seen as boring, inaccessible and irrelevant despite it playing an integral part of film and video games (although not all agree on the latter. Classic FM had a debate about whether video game music should be classed as classical music). The question of why is an interesting one and I think there are a few reasons. Certainly, the rise of popular culture, jazz and technology has resulted in many  (especially) young people deeming classical music as old fashioned. Indeed, with the Baroque period being between 1600-1750, it is understandable why people may think it has no relevance to life today; we cannot interact with composers such as Bach and Mozart (not baroque!) on Twitter or hear them speak in interviews in the same way as we can with One Direction or Beyoncé. In this way, the genre is confined to history in many instances.  Moreover, many operas are in different languages, which adds another barrier to their wider enjoyment.  The concert-going experience may also be to blame. The perceived formalities of having to ‘dress up’ or the tradition of an orchestra rising to greet a conductor I think contributes to the public seeing classical music as ‘posh.’ However, I think there is hope. Those of us who love this type of music know that the themes composers were writing about are very similar to the ones relevant today: love, death, war, tragedy, big life questions, comedy, politics…the list goes on. Seeing WildKat PR’s blog in the top 10 of our most popular Facebook posts about bringing classical music to the general public shows there are some out there wanting to reverse the trend of classical music being seen as so obscure.

(Written on December 10, 2014 )

Classical News


El Sistema: does reality match the rhetoric?

A new in-depth study paints a negative picture of El Sistema, the Venezuelan programme of musical and social education, devised by José Antonio Abreu, that is now being imitated the world over

Classic FM

Violinist Joo Yeon Sir wins £4,000 Karl Jenkins music performance prize

Violinist Joo Yeon Sir has won £4,000 and the chance to record a piece for broadcast on Classic FM after coming first in The Arts Club Karl JenkinsClassical Music Award last night.

Classical Music Magazine

London Music Pledge: Mayor Boris encourages advocacy for music education

The mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has launched the ‘London Music Pledge’, which sets out several actions which his administration will take to improve music education in the capital.

Classical Source

Alexei Volodin piano recital postponed, Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, on Wednesday 26 November

From Southbank Centre: “This recital has been postponed from 26 November 2014 to Friday 5 June. It has become more difficult to obtain visas for Russian artists performing in the UK and as such Alexei Volodin has been unable to secure a visa in time for the performance on Wednesday 26 November 2014.

The Strad

Italian violin teacher in critical condition following shooting

Domenico Lombardo was reportedly shot by the mother of a conservatory student


Muti: Absage an Rom

Der italienische Dirigent Riccardo Muti will nach seiner Trennung von der römischen Oper keine Leitungsfunktion mehr übernehmen.

Musikverlag Schott verkauft sein historisches Archiv

Bayerische Staatsbibliothek spricht von einem “einmaligen nationalen Kulturgut”

Codex Flores

Renaud Capuçon Leiter der Sommets Musicaux de Gstaad

Die Sommets Musicaux de Gstaad geben die Nominierung des französischen Violinisten Renaud Capuçon zum ihrem neuen künstlerischen Leiter ab 2016 bekannt.

The New York Times

Alex Poots to Be Culture Shed’s Artistic Director

The appointment of Mr. Poots, who next September will give up his current positions as artistic director of the Manchester International Festival and of the Park Avenue Armory, was to be announced on Monday evening.

Le Figaro

Le piano de Casablanca devient l’un des plus chers du monde

Lundi, la vente aux enchères intitulée «Rien ne vaut Hollywood» a trouvée un acquéreur pour le célèbre instrument de musique utilisé par Humphrey Bodart et Ingrid Bergman dans le film de Michael Curtiz, acheté à 3,41 millions de dollars.


London Sinfonietta ‏@Ldn_Sinfonietta: Uncover more of Birtwistle, one of music’s most challenging minds, in our (Un)easy Listening post  #birtwistlebirthday

Intermusica ‏@IntermusicaLtd: Hear Benedict Nelson perform with the @UlsterOrchestra & Christian Lindberg this afternoon live at 2pm on @BBCRadio3

Gdn Culture Pros @GdnCulturePros: ICYMI: Arts sponsorship and the slippery issue of ethics  #artsfunding


An aerial view of the proposed Culture Shed, which is scheduled to be completed in 2018. The High Line is in the foreground. Photo: Diller Scofidio/Renfro and Rockwell Group

(Written on November 25, 2014 )

Classical Music Magazine

Southbank and skaters reach agreement on QEH undercroft

Following a protracted dispute with the skating community over plans for the £100m-plus ‘Festival Wing’ redevelopment of the Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room, Hayward Gallery and surrounding open spaces, the Southbank Centre has agreed not to give over the QEH’s undercroft for retail development and to continue to allow the space to be used in its current form.

Classic FM

Dame Kiri Te Kanawa warns of visa impact on international singers

Soprano Dame Kiri Te Kanawa has warned of the restricting impact of visas for international singers hoping to work or study in the UK.

The Strad

Czech violinist Jan Mráček wins International Fritz Kreisler Competition

The 23-year-old artist receives €15,000 and performances with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra


Atlanta Symphony Cancels 17 Concerts Until November 8

The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra announced the cancellation of its orchestral concerts through November 8, due to negotiations over a new collective bargaining agreement between ASO management and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Players’ Association.


World’s first plastic trumpet encourages kids to ‘have a go’

The hi-tech, low cost trumpet, made entirely from plastic, has been developed to encourage more children to take up the ‘traditional’ instrument


Ivan Repušić neuer Generalmusikdirektor in Hannover

Der kroatische Dirigent Ivan Repušić wird in der Spielzeit 2016/2017 neuer Generalmusikdirektor an der Staatsoper in Hannover.

Dresden 1 TV

Baubeginn für neuen Konzertsaal

Für die Beteiligten gab es jetzt Grund zum feiern. Die Entkernung des Gebäudes ist beendet und der Bau des Neuen Konzertsaals kann beginnen.


Kurz gefragt Nils Mönkemeyer

„Ich war eher Spätzünder“

The New York Times

At Met’s Opening Night, Protesting a Production

Some traditions of opening night at the Metropolitan Opera go back decades, like beginning with “The Star-Spangled Banner,” while others are more recent, like showing the operas free on outdoor movie screens at Lincoln Center and Times Square.

El mundo

‘Réquiem’ por el descanso de El Greco

La Orquesta y el Coro del Teatro Real interpretaron en la catedral de Toledo la emocionante misa de Mozart


Boosey & Hawkes ‏@Boosey_London: Score of the day: Simpson, Sparks. View for free here:

CityofLondonSinfonia ‏@CityLdnSinfonia: These made us laugh – how many are you guilty of?!  #annoyingmusohabits

Stephen Fry ‏@stephenfry: Who would you play #TheLastPost for? Remember #WW1 through music this November with @superact_uk’s heritage project

BBC Radio 3 ‏@BBCRadio3: If you missed last night’s #Operaon3, Mozart’s La Finta Giardiniera from @glyndebourne is on the iplayer … #GFOFinta


Photo: The Telegraph

(Written on September 23, 2014 )

Internationally renowned as one of the most exciting hubs for classical music, the Southbank Centre’s 2011/12 season will see some of the world’s leading conductors, orchestras and instrumentalists take to the stage.

Major festivals and projects in the upcoming season will bring the cream of classical superstars to London; international luminaries including Gustavo Dudamel, Daniel Barenboim and Claudio Abbado with the legendary Lucerne Festival Orchestra are set to dazzle in the Royal Festival Hall as part of the Shell Classic International Series.

Featured amongst the highlights of the International Chamber Music Season are Southbank Centre Associate Artists the Takács Quartet performing Béla Bartók’s six string quartets, Steven Isserlis and Robert Levin presenting the complete Beethoven Sonatas for Cello and Piano, and Magdalena Kožená bringing a diverse programme of 20th-century works to the Queen Elizabeth Hall stage. This eclectic programme of concerts is sure to encompass the magical intimacy of chamber music.

The centre’s resident orchestras each offer exciting programmes as part of the 2011/12 season, such as the London Philharmonic Orchestra’s exploration of the music of Prokofiev led by Vladimir Jurowski. The London Sinfonietta’s major celebration of Boulez – Exquisite Labyrinth: the music of Pierre Boulez – sits alongside premieres of new commissions from the ensemble. The Philharmonia Orchestra present Infernal Dance: Inside the world of Béla Bartók and a Mahler Symphony Cycle with Lorin Maazel. Meanwhile, the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment’s range of events feature musical explorations for young and old, including a TOTS concert that introduces under-fives to the exciting world of classical music.

The International Piano Series is one of the most significant platforms for solo piano recitals. The focus of this season is a tribute to Franz Liszt, whose bicentenary falls in 2011. Pianists Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Jean-Efflam Bavouzet, Marizio Pollini, Mitsuko Uchida are amongst the ones to watch in the series’ thrilling lineup.

For great deals on tickets, book more than one concert in any of the year-long series for discounts.

To find out more, visit and check out the season trailer on youtube.

(Written on September 15, 2011 )

Here is the third in the series of our feature ‘WildKat’s Unmissables’. Check out what we have selected as our favourite upcoming events occurring from mid-late October.

What? Cover Versions/Aftershow – London Sinfonietta

Where? Kings Place Hall, London

When? Friday 15th Oct 2010 19:30 (click to purchase tickets!)

Conductor – Nicholas Collon

Soprano- Sarah Gabriel

Couperin (arr. Adès) Les barricades misterieuses
Brahms (arr. Woolrich) Ophelia Songs
Purcell (arr. Benjamin) Fantasia VII
Oliver Knussen …upon one note
Purcell (arr. Matthews) Fantasia XIII
Bryn Harrison In Nomine after William Byrd
Purcell (arr. Kurtág) Fantasia Upon One Note
Machaut (arr. Sciarrino) Rose Liz
Machaut (arr. Birtwistle) Hoquetus David
Machaut (arr. Kurtág) Rondeau: Doulz viarie gracieus
Ockeghem (arr. Birtwistle) Ut Heremita Solus
Puccini (arr. Busotti) E L’uccellino
Britten (arr. Clyne) Hymn to a Virgin (World Premiere)

The London Sinfonietta will be playing a varied repertoire of classical pieces updated with a contemporary surprise. The concert will feature arrangements by contemporary composers such as Woolrich, George Benjamin and Birtwistle of pre-20th century greats, such as Brahms and Purcell. There is also an exclusive world premiere of Anna Clyne’s new version of Britten’s Hymn to a Virgin. The evening can only be made more superb by an Aftershow at the Level 2 foyer, 9.30pm where the London Sinfonietta players will be in the bar giving an informal short performance.

What? Tetzlaff String Quartet

Where? Queen Elizabeth Hall

When? Thursday 21 October 19:30 (click to purchase tickets!)

Joseph Haydn: String Quartet in G minor, Op.20 No.3

Antonin Dvořák: String Quartet in A flat, Op.105

Jean Sibelius: String Quartet in D minor (Voces intimae)

Described in the New York Times as ‘one of the most brilliant and inquisitive artists of the new generation’, German violinist Christian Tetzlaff leads a performance of three varied string quartets. The string quartet came to represent classical music in its purest form during Haydn’s lifetime (1732-1809), thanks largely to his development of the genre over 68 compositions. The lively G minor quartet features Haydn’s typically elegant melodic writing, captured in spirited conversations between the four instruments.

By contrast, Dvořák’s Quartet No.14, written over 100 years later, is an intense, Romantic work, filled with rich textures and harmonies. The music moves through episodes of lyricism to moments of tender contemplation and passages imitating wild, energetic Bohemian dances.Sibelius creates a profoundly intense atmosphere in Intimate Voices (1909). At the heart of its central movement, this darkly brooding, introspective work has three hushed and eloquent chords, which give the piece its title.

What? Eric Whitacre & London Symphony Chorus: Songs from America

Where? Barbican Hall

When? Sunday 24 October 19:30 (click to purchase tickets!)

Eric Whitacre (b1970) is an accomplished composer and conductor, best-known for his choral works. What to expect from this new LSC commission? One critic enthuses of his work: ‘What hits you straight between the eyes is the honesty, optimism and sheer belief that passes any pretension. This is music that can actually make you smile.’  Eric is currently enjoying worldwide acclaim for his ‘Virtual Choir’, a project which saw 186 singers from 12 countries perform his hauntingly beautiful Lux Aurumque through the internet. With more than one million hits to date, the project has attracted not only recognition from the music world, but also from Google and even the United Nations Leaders Programme.

What? EON Guitar Quartet

Where? Kings Place Hall

When? Wednesday 27th October 20:00 (click to purchase tickets!)

If you’re interested in something different for a change this small chamber ensemble could make your evening. The EON Guitar Quartet, founded in 1999 is made up of Giovanni Maselli, Rita Casagrande, Robert Tascnini and Mario Barbuti. The ensemble takes a refreshing approach towards classical music; many composers dedicate their works to them.

The concert includes guitar quartet arrangements for Joanquín Rodrigo’s Conceirto de Araniuez and music by Boccherini, Dvořák, Turina and Bellinati.

What? The Beatles Philharmonic Tribute – Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Where? Royal albert hall

When? Thursday 28th October 2010 20:00 (click to purchase tickets!)

The world renowned Royal Philharmonic Orchestra takes you down memory lane with a music spectacular of classical interpretations of Beatles’ songs. This musical marriage combines dramatic orchestral arrangements imaginatively fused together with rock and pop. The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, under the direction of conductor Alan Chircop, will be complemented by a large chorus, with special guest appearances from Dame Shirley Bassey, Tony Christie, Darius Campbell and the UK’s Soul Queen – Beverley Knight.

Further highlights will include performances by Candy Rock, Maria Elena Infantino, Lynn Faure Chircop, Elliott Frisby, James Andrew Arthur, Sherry Davis, The Scarletz, William Owen, Analiza Ching, Maria Abela Manconi, Susan Black and Tony Moore. The grand finale will bring the orchestra, chorus and guest soloists together for a stunning climax to this performance.
Well-known broadcaster and Beatles aficionado, Mike Read, will be presenting a narrative backdrop to this tribute, taking the audience through The Beatles’ legendary history. The event is hosted by Fayon Cottrell and is supporting the Noah’s Ark Appeal and the Malta Community Chest Fund.

What? German Masters II

Where? The Handel House Museum

When? Thursday 28th October 18:30 (click to purchase tickets!)

This concert is the second in a three part series spanned across the year and ending in January 2011. The Ensemble-in-Residence Spirituoso has been conducting the concert series dedicated to the three great German composers of the 18th century: Telemann, Handel and Bach. The focus of this concert will be music by Handel and will be a truly magical experience.

The venue itself is splendid and intimate and worth a visit regardless of what performances are on. Check out their website for details of their concert series and other information.

(Written on September 13, 2010 )