Violin Concerto No.1 in D major Opus 6 (3) Niccolo Paganini
To celebrate the release of his album Pocket Symphonies, composer Sven Helbig took his music to the people with a series of pop-up concerts around London, including pubs, the Apple store and Oxford Circus.
Composer Sven Helbig decided to treat the employees of Saatchi & Saatchi to a little bit of live music, so he delivered a grand piano and the Fauré Quartet to their private pub on Charlotte Street to serenade them with some of his music.
The quintet played music from Helbig's new album, Pocket Symphonies.
Sven Helbig's pop-up concert at Saatchi & Saatchi proved to be the perfect way for employees to wind down.
The Fauré Quartet provided perfect performances of Helbig's new music.
It was a rare opportunity for both audience and performers - the Saatchi & Saatchi headquarters aren't often seen by the public.
It looks like the weather behaved itself for Sven Helbig's pop-up concert at Saatchi & Saatchi's headquarters.
Helbig is perhaps most famous for providing orchestrations for the Pet Shop Boys ballet, 'The Most Incredible Thing'.
Sven Helbig himself addresses the crowd to let them know a little more about what they're hearing.
Sven Helbig's pop-up concert then made its way to the Apple Store on Regent Street, to the delight of shoppers.
Sven Helbig pop-up concerts
Sven Helbig is on hand again to chat about his new record, Pocket Symphonies, as the Fauré Quartet play highlights at the Regent Street Apple Store.
The Fauré surprise and delight customers in the Apple Store as part of a day of pop-up concerts.
Playing Helbig's unique brand of minimalist-inspired music at the Apple Store.
It's safe to say at least one customer went away satisfied!
Just because it's in the Apple Store doesn't mean Blackberry users can't enjoy Sven Helbig's music...