Classical Vauxhall is back for its third year, bringing outstanding new and established artists to Vauxhall.
This series is inspired by the visionary Jonathan Tyers, who opened the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens to make entertainment accessible to everyone.
Funded by Vauxhall One and run by Artistic Director Fiachra Garvey, this year the festival will include five distinct performances, each with its own theme, spread over four days in St Mark’s Church in Kennington.
Warm your heart this winter with a classical experience in a beautiful setting.
Love and Loss
Classical Vauxhall’s opening night programme features works reflecting the theme of love and loss in a perfect lead up to Valentine’s Day.
Dynamic German/Ukrainian duo Leonard Elshenbroich (cello) and Alexei Grynyuk (piano) perform a sumptuous selection of Beautiful Brahms.
Glimpses of Light
Described by Gramophone as ‘artists to watch’, Amatis Trio deliver a programme of large scale works by Austrian composer Schubert and Soviet-Russian composer and pianist Shostakovich.
The Royal Opera House is Burning: Late Night Drag
Sought-after countertenor Kangmin Justin Kim joins forces with Fiachra Garvey (piano) for a wild night of classical drag!
13 February – Snapshots of a Romance
Join Metropolitan Opera’s star Elizabeth Llewellyn (soprano) and Simon Lepper (piano) for a poignant and heartfelt finale on Valentine’s Eve.
Saint Marks Church
Kennington Park Road
Oval Tube Station
Start date: 10/02/2022
End date: 13/02/2022