Fine Art Exhibition & Christmas Sale
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Friday 30 November: opening evening 5 to 9 pm
Saturday 1 December and Sunday 2 December: 11 am to 6 pm
16 Irving Road, London W14 0JS
An opportunity to see the work of six successul West London artists in the Alicia Stroud’s private home. Paintings, pottery, glass, jewellery, prints and cards – a fine and extensive display – and all available for sale for the Christmas season. Quality art and craft, a memorable weekend, and a free generous supply of mince pies and mulled wine.
Saturday 1st December
6.30pm (prompt start)
Pillar Hall, Olympia, Olympia Way, W14 8UX
Tickets: General £25 Earlybird £20 ( booked before September 30th)
Some of the finest players and singers in the UK come together to present a historically informed performance of Handel’s Masterpiece in a unique London Venue.
The choir will be made up of only 10 singers who will do step-out solos.
Olympia London are very kindly letting us use their amazing pillar hall for this concert
Friday 7th December 2018
St Luke’s, Uxbridge Road, W12 0NS
No props, microphones or gimmicks; just five exquisite female voices form Papagena, whose beauty of singing has been compared to that of the Hilliard Ensemble, yet whose programming defies pigeonholing. Papagena juxtaposes classical repertoire with traditional folk, medieval and contemporary music to create programmes that can span nine centuries, from 12 th century abbess Hildegard of Bingen to Joni Mitchell, from Byzantine hymns to lilting Celtic ballads to Norwegian lullabies, from Purcell to Katy Perry.
The ensemble has toured nationwide, made its Radio 3 live debut in March 2018 in the BBC’s International Women’s Day Concert (subsequently selected as a Radio 4 Pick of the Week) and been chosen as one of Making Music’s Selected Artists for 2019/20. Papagena will be bringing advent and seasonal music to KOFMA, from their brand new winter CD The Darkest Midnight.