The ChamberMusicBox Christmas Concert @ St Cuthbert’s Earls Court
If you are looking to get into the Christmas spirit, join some of Europe's most distinguished musicians at St Cuthbert's Earl's Court, with a programme of Baroque favourites by Handel, Vivaldi, Bach, Corelli and Albinoni and a free glass of mulled wine

Tuesday, 14 December 2021 | 7.30pm

Christmas

Get into the Christmas spirit with a glass of mulled wine and a programme of festive baroque favourites by Handel, Bach, Vivaldi, Corelli and Albinoni,  played by an extraordinary line-up of some of Europe’s finest string players.

Described as “superb” and “an open, imaginative and technically impeccable group that it would be folly not to follow”, ChamberMusicBox has been dazzeling audiences since 2016 with their technical mastery and imaginative programming.

Now resident at the stunning Victorian church of St Cuthbert’s Earl’s Court, this collective of outstanding internationally-renowned musicians is looking forward to presenting their first ever Christmas Concert in which award-winning violinists Vadim Tsibulevsky and Yuri Kalnits will feature as solists in Vivaldi‘s “Winter” and Bach‘s beloved Double Violin Concerto.

A part of the proceeds of this concert will go to the St Cuthbert’s Organ Appeal which is raising fund’s to restore the church’s magnificent Hunter organ to its former glory.

A glass of mulled wine is included in the ticket price, generously provided by our local partners TLC Estate Agents.

PROGRAMME:

Georg Friedrich Händel – Overture to The Messiah

Arcangelo Corelli – Christmas Concerto

Johann Sebastian Bach – Concerto for Two Violins in d minor BWV 1043

Tomaso Albinoni – Adagio in g minor

Antonio Vivaldi – “Winter” from The Four Seasons

SOLOISTS:

Vadim Tsibulevsky violin

Yuri Kalnits violin

This concert is generously supported by the Cavatina Chamber Music Trust 

www.chambermusicbox.com

All our concerts continue to be operated in a Covid-secure, socially distanced manner. Tickets MUST BE PRE-BOOKED!

Cavatina Chamber Music Trust
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Vadim Tsibulevsky
Yuri Kalnits