The evolution of the Able Orchestra has been a remarkable story. The ensemble was borne out of a partnership between Orchestras Live and Inspire Youth.
The Carducci Quartet is joined by the multi-award winning cellist Benedict loeckner making his Lakeside debut.
Eilertsen, one of the finest bass players on the jazz scene today, has a lyrical way of treating the bass, balancing solidity and experimental approaches while constantly searching for new sounds.
BBC’s Last Night of the Proms star, baritone Roderick Williams, and acclaimed pianist Christopher Glynn perform Schubert’s great song cycle in English.
Steven Osborne has received many accolades including The Royal Philharmonic Society Instrumentalist of the Year (2013) and two Gramophone Awards.
Folk music’s legendary triumvirate of musical magpies Mike McGoldrick, John Doyle and John McCusker are out on the road again in 2019 bringing their blend of top class folk songs, tunes and charming bonhomie.
The Berlin-based vision string quartet has established itself as one of the finest young string quartets of its generation.
This French tribe of six has been roving the world with its heterogeneous and clectic musical luggage for 25 years.
Pageantry, privacy and pantomime at the court of Louis XIV are brought to life by dancers Mary Collins and Steven Player with the London Handel Players.
The 1920 silent horror film Der Golem was inspired by the fantasy figure of the Golem in Jewish legend.
University Choir and Philharmonia combine for a concert of well-known and less familiar works.
Returning by popular demand, the inimitable duo, fiddler Aly Bain and accordion player Phil Cunningham make a special appearance at Lakeside.