Symphony No.7 in D minor Opus 70 Antonin Dvorak
The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment are embarking on a very special tour at the end of this month, bringing the works of Handel, Purcell and Tartini to pubs.
As part of the orchestra’s continued efforts to bring classical music to a wider audience, the OAE will be playing five concerts in different London pubs.
The performances are part of the orchestra’s innovative ‘Night Shift’ series and will feature music from a string trio interspersed with a variety of DJ sets.
Classic FM’s Lucy Coward spoke to the orchestra’s Communications Director William Norris to find out all about this unique set of concerts.
Listen to our interview with the OAE here
The Orchestra’s Pub Tour begins on 31st January at the George Tavern in Shadwell, East London and continues throughout February, calling at:
Wed 1 Feb - Amersham Arms, New Cross Road, SE London
Tue 7 Feb - The Paradise, Kensal Green, West London
Tue 21 Feb - Green Carnation, Greek Street, West London
Wed 22 Feb - Old Queens Head, Islington, North London