City of London Sinfonia presents Wind at West London Synagogue, the final instalment of its CLS Minis series: a spring series of miniature lunchtime and evening concerts, curated and performed by CLS musicians.
CLS Minis showcases our outstanding professional musicians in chamber music composed for strings, brass and wind instruments. Each concert allows you to experience live music closer than you can in a traditional classical concert, and our musicians bring their own insights and introductions.
The Orchestra’s two performances at West London Synagogue feature members of our wind section in chamber music written especially for strings, including Suite Persane by André Caplet, Bird of Paradise by Moondog and Gounod’s Petite Symphonie, written for a wind nonet. Our wind programme has been curated by Principal Flute Karen Jones and Principal Horn Stephen Stirling.
Our lunchtime concert is a relaxed performance, open to everyone and creating a comfortable environment for people living with dementia and families or carers. This 45-minute performance is perfect for people who benefit from being able to move around, and who may need to take a few minutes’ break in a dedicated quiet space.
CLS Minis is generously supported by John Singer.
|MOONDOG||Bird of Paradise|
|JEAN FRANÇAIX||Sept Danses|
City of London Sinfonia Wind
Unreserved seating: £5
Limited mobility/wheelchair users receive a free companion seat - please call the CLS Box Office on 020 7621 2800.