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Inside Music

Part of Women in Music at Southbank Centre

Explore Johann Sebastian Bach's experimental last work and mysteriously unfinished last work, The Art of Fugue. This famed collection of eighteen fugues include some of Bach's most ingenious inventions – and yet the listener may not be aware of these extraordinary twists and the stories behind them.

Concert organist Anne Page, historian Paul Binski and Southbank Centre's Organ Curator, William McVicker investigate this work in depth and reveal new insights into its composition and performance.

You won't need to be a music student to enjoy investigating Italian, Dutch and French influences on this work. And even if you are, come and explore this music from the inside.

This event precedes the performance of The Art of Fugue by Anne Page on Tue 21 Nov 2017.

Concert organist Anne Page, historian Paul Binski and Southbank Centre's Organ Curator, William McVicker investigate this work in depth and reveal new insights into its composition and performance.

You won't need to be a music student to enjoy investigating Italian, Dutch and French influences on this work. And even if you are, come and explore this music from the inside.

This event precedes the performance of The Art of Fugue by Anne Page on Tue 21 Nov 2017.

Dates & times

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where

Royal Festival Hall
Blue Room, Level 1

Pricing

£10
Booking fee: £3.00 (Members £0.00)
£10