After three sellout years, Rainer Hersch and his family-friendly show are back!
Rainer Hersch – 'the world's first classical music hooligan' (The Sun) - brings together American comedy legend Rich Hall, Oompah Brass, stars of classical music plus full a symphony orchestra and choir for another afternoon of comedy, music and mayhem.
The concert features Queen's Bavarian Rhapsody, PDQ Bach's Missa Hilarious, Rossini's Largo al factotum (translated), Rich Hall as Otis Lee Crenshaw and more. Much, much more.
Whether you are a music professor or couldn't tell a string quartet from a string vest, this is the show for you. A guaranteed laugh every four bars – perfect to put you in the mood for April Fools Day – even if it is three weeks late.
'Best Concert of the Year' (Time Out)
'Rapier wit' (The Times)
'Classical music comedy at its best' (BBC Radio 4)
Rainer Hersch conductor, comedian, host
Rich Hall comedian
Christopher Turner tenor
James Oldfield baritone
Crouch End Festival Chorus voice
London Firebird Orchestra