Ostara Chamber Players with Park Theatre presents
Coffee, Croissant & a Concert
Due to the nationwide lockdown imposed from 6 January 2021, we have taken the decision to postpone all scheduled performances of Coffee, Croissant & a Concert. New dates will be announced once restrictions are eased and bookers will be contacted at that time by our box office team to update their booking. We hope to see all bookers when new dates are announced, but alternatively, bookers can call the box office on 020 7870 6876 to request a credit note or refund.
Bring the whole family along to Park Theatre for a social, and safely distanced, Sunday morning – with coffee, pastries and an hour of classical music, plus one or two modern numbers thrown into the mix! (Also includes tea, juice and other soft drinks)
Born during lockdown, four local musicians, all hungry for chamber music and desperate to get off Zoom, formed an ensemble with a string quartet at its core. They wanted to find a way to fill the live music void, while building on the sense of community in the N4 area. As they embarked on a series of ‘Doorstep Concerts’ they discovered a growing audience desperate for the escape and inspiration their music provided.
We are thrilled to welcome them into Park Theatre so you can experience these accomplished musicians (between them regulars at the Royal Opera House, London Symphony Orchestra, London Mozart Players and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment) within the intimate setting of Park200.
The concert itself is 60 mins with no interval. Arrival for coffee & croissants is half an hour prior.
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“An utterly beguiling group - witty and tender, scintillating and soulful by turns (and sometimes simultaneously) - always surprising and never less than enchanting.” Simon Callow