Sir Karl Jenkins in Concert
This event has been rescheduled as we are currently closed due to the coronavirus crisis: all tickets are valid for the new date.
One of the most performed living composers conducts a selection of his favourite works, with highlights from Miserere, Symphonic Adiemus, Palladio and The Armed Man.
Sir Karl Jenkins was confirmed as the most popular living composer in Classic FM’s 2015 ‘Ultimate Hall of Fame’ and holds the Classic FM ‘Red f’ award for outstanding service to classical music.
The Armed Man: A Mass For Peace alone has been performed over 2000 times in 20 different countries since the CD was released, while his recorded output has resulted in 17 gold and platinum disc awards.
- London Concert Orchestra
- Sir Karl Jenkins conductor
- Abel Selaocoe cello
- Robin Blaze counter-tenor
- Crouch End Festival Chorus
- Karl Jenkins: Miserere (UK premiere); Excerpts from The Armed Man (A Mass for Peace); Excerpts from Symphonic Adiemus; Palladio for string orchestra
- Standard entry£16.50 - £52.50*
* Excludes £3.50 booking fee.
** Limited availability. Read about concessions.
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