Greenwich - St Alfege Church.
Bach to Baby: the critically acclaimed classical concert series presented by award-winning concert pianist, Miaomiao Yu, the founder of the critically acclaimed Classics with my Baby.
A baby concert series for baby and you to enjoy together. Suitable for under 5s and under 95s!
Music for under 5s; baby concerts; baby activity and activity for mum, London.
Friday April 25th, 2014
Around the World on 47 Strings
featuring Keziah Thomas, harp
It took Phileas Fogg eighty days, but star harpist Keziah Thomas will whisk you around the world in under an hour, stopping off to dance the Bransles in France, the tango in Argentina, and finishing with fiery flamenco. Put on those dancing shoes!
Latvian flautist Renate Sokolovska beguiles and entices in this exotic programme. Enter the Arcadian world of Pan, the faun-like God who brings the Spring and seduces nymphs, meet Syrinx who tries to escape from his clutches, and be seduced by a Femme Fatale in the Carmen Fantasy. Renate, whose playing has been acclaimed across Europe, shows us that Mozart was right - the flute is very magical indeed!
2014: Friday June 27th.
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Saint Alfege Church, Greenwich Church St, London, SE10 9B
In the heart of Greenwich, within reach not only of the Greenwich Royal Park, Royal Observatory, Royal Naval College but also the Cutty Sark, stands the church of St Alfege. Built by Nicholas Hawskmoor, a pupil of Sir Christopher Wren, the church was consecrated in 1718 and in 2012 will be celebrating the first millennium of this site since the martyrdom of Alfege at the hands of Danish Vikings. Today, St Alfege is a welcoming and beautiful church with a busy diary of worship and events, and a perfect setting for an inspiring concert experience for us and all our little ones.
Step-free access, and nappy changing facilities available.
Closest Station is Cutty Sark or Greenwich Station.
Bus routes via Greenwich high road.
Underground parking near Cutty Sark, pay and display.