Festival 2020

Spitalfields Festival: At Home

Online streaming available with ticket until Saturday 19th December

Sat 5 - Sat 19 Dec 2020, 3:00 pm - 11:59 pm

Online edition

This December we are delighted to be bringing an eclectic range of music to you at home, including Errollyn Wallen, Katie Melua, the Dunedin Consort, Chineke! Junior Orchestra, S.I.Martin, The Miller-Porfiris Duo with Siwan Rhys, Jon Jacob and world premieres from Victoria Benito, Joy Effiong, Bobbie-Jane Gardner, Millicent James, Sarah Rodgers, Jasmin Rodgman, Susannah Self, and Heloise Werner.

Presented with the help of Arts Council England, The RVW Trust and the Culture Recovery Fund      #HereForCulture

PRICE: £15

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Welcome to Spitalfields Festival: At Home.

This December we are delighted to be bringing an eclectic range of music to you at home.

We’ve put together a day of events, including a re-imagined Black music and history walking tour, with exclusive performances by Chineke! Junior Orchestra – fresh from their Britain’s Got Talent success – alongside author and historian S.I.Martin. We’re also excited to present eight world premieres from female composers; a very special performance of Baroque masterworks by Dunedin Consort; and an informal late-night Song Club, featuring composer Errollyn Wallen, singer-songwriter Katie Melua, and friends.

We are so sorry to not be seeing you in person this year, but the coronavirus has had other plans for us all. We know from speaking to many of you that music has assumed an ever-greater importance during this pandemic. Our hope with this online edition of our festival is to bring a little light, hope and joy into your homes.

We cannot wait to share the music with you once again.

Programme correct at the time of tickets going on sale. We reserve the right to change the programme should Government restrictions on movement prevent any recordings taking place.

Please note: purchase of a £15 ticket will grant you access to the full festival programme (from 3pm-10pm). To find out more about individual events within the programme, please see related events, linked below.

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