Festival 2018

Mary Bevan sings Purcell

Tuesday 4 December, 7–8pm (2018)

Hoxton Hall

Mary Bevan explores English melancholy with music by Purcell and his contemporaries

PRICE: £10–£35

This performance has now sold out. To be added to the waiting list, please call our Box Office on 020 7377 1362.

World-renowned soprano Mary Bevan joins Europe’s preeminent lute player Elizabeth Kenny and cellist Joseph Crouch for a solo recital of music by Purcell and his Baroque contemporaries. The spectacular Grade II listed Victorian music hall, Hoxton Hall, is the setting for tales of grief, loneliness, shame, anger and guilt, embodying a quintessentially English sense of melancholy.

Soprano Mary Bevan
Lute Elizabeth Kenny
Cello Joseph Crouch

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Venue information

Hoxton Hall

Hoxton Hall
130 Hoxton St
London
N1 6SH
United Kingdom

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Found in the heart of East London, Hoxton Hall is a Grade II listed Victorian Music Hall that features the best in theatre, music, stand-up and contemporary performance. The Hall has built its reputation not only for developing some of the most exciting emerging London talent but creating significant community partnerships within Shoreditch since 1863.

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