Funded by Vauxhall One and run by Artistic Director Fiachra Garvey, this year we have expanded the festival to include 5 distinct performances, each with its own theme, spread over 4 days in St Mark’s Church.
So let us bring you back from the depths of winter with a heart-warming classical experience in a beautiful setting.
Classical Vauxhall’s opening night programme features works reflecting the theme of love and loss in a perfect lead up to Valentine’s Day.
Dynamic German/Ukrainian duo Leonard Elshenbroich (cello) and Alexei Grynyuk (piano) perform a sumptuous selection of Beautiful Brahms.
Described by Gramophone as ‘artists to watch’, Amatis Trio deliver a programme of large scale works by Austrian composer Schubert and Soviet-Russian composer and pianist Shostakovich.
12 Feb – The Royal Opera House is Burning: Late Night Drag
Sought-after countertenor Kangmin Justin Kim joins forces with Fiachra Garvey (piano) for a wild night of classical drag!
13 Feb – Snapshots of a Romance
Join Metropolitan Opera’s star Elizabeth Llewellyn (soprano) and Simon Lepper (piano) for a poignant and heartfelt finale on Valentine’s Eve.