The Gesualdo Six are delighted to present London Sound Gallery – a festival curated by the ensemble that celebrates the talent and versatility of some of the UK’s finest young musicians.
The inaugural festival themes include reconnection, new beginnings and reconciliation. In this spirit, The Gesualdo Six will be collaborating with each artist as part of their programme.
The live performances will take place in London on 28 and 29 September. A limited number of tickets are available to those who wish to attend these concerts.
The online series will be broadcast on Sundays at 5pm from 25 October to 30 November.
London Sound Gallery is a response to the current crisis for the arts, providing a focal point for new programming and collaborative performance. Supporting this project by purchasing tickets is a considerable and gratefully-received donation, helping to establish a new environment where artists can do what they do best.
Tickets to the live performances
We are pleased to invite a small audience to attend the live performances at the Grosvenor Chapel in Mayfair, London on 28 and 29 September.
A limited number of tickets are available to those who wish to attend these concerts.
The schedule is as follows:
Monday 28 September
Ensemble Augelletti: New Beginnings (12:00)
Helen Charlston & Toby Carr: Abbandonata (15:30)
Fieri Consort: Another Dawn (19:00)
Tuesday 29 September
Matilda Lloyd & Martin Cousins: Notes of yearning (12:00)
The Hermes Experiment: I am happy living simply (15:30)
The Gesualdo Six: Heavenly Spheres (19:00)
Audience members will be expected to wear masks and follow social distancing rules. Tickets are available for household groups of up to four people. The safety of all who attend—audience, artists and stewards—is our top priority.
Become a Premier Festival Patron
Our Premier Festival Patrons will receive access to the full online series and a supporters credit in the concert videos.
If you would like to know more about becoming a Premier Festival Patron then please contact us.
We have designed this festival to raise money for artists, helping to recover some of their COVID-19 losses and provide a focal point for new programming and performance.
London Sound Gallery: online
Please use this form to register your interest in the online series.