Bach’n’Eggs | Classical Concerts with Brunch
Violins never solve anything.
Unless, of course, the problem at hand is that you’re desperately seeking a little culture to accompany your coffee of a Sunday morning. In which case, violins may be precisely what you’re after.
Enter Bach’n’Eggs – it sounds like “Bacon & Eggs”, see – a regular series of two-course brunches accompanied by a small collection of London’s most talented classical musicians. It’s an intimate event, staged in a new Clerkenwell café that’s home to live classical music.
Appreciating the delicate nuances of baroque compositions is a little tricky on an empty stomach, so proceedings will start with brunch. You’ll arrive at 11am to order your brunch from the café and settle in.
It’s at this point that the musicians will take to the stage. The programme varies from concert to concert, and at their next event you’ll see harpist Olivia Jageurs serenade you with some of the greatest hits of Hindemith, Pearl Chertok and James Joslin, while actor Alex Knox performs readings of the texts that inspired them. So whatever your taste…
…it’ll be music to your ears.
Details: Concerts take place regularly, with the next events on 16th February and 28th March at Fidelio. Tickets cost £9.50 (not inc. brunch), and can be purchased HERE.
Bach’n’Eggs | Fidelio, 91-95 Clerkenwell Road, EC1R 5BX
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