Club music sounds suprisingly great on 1930s instruments. We love this alternate history take on #bluemonday youtube.com/watch?v=cHLbaO…
Mozart’s horn concertos in the original home of freethought.
The Night Shift is a freethinking kind of music series. So where better for it to go than the home of the oldest surviving ‘freethought’ association in the world, Bloomsbury’s Conway Hall?
This Grade II listed, art-deco venue is still a hotbed of radical thinking and a perfect match for our rule-bending, classical music gigs. With period architecture straight out of a Wes Anderson film and unrivalled acoustics, it’s going to be a treat for the eyes and the ears.
Our Principal Horn Roger Montgomery is in charge for a set of horn concertos by Mozart, the original freethinking composer.
We’ll be joined by the bewitching alt-folk-meets-classical duo Balladeste. Grab a beer, marvel at your surroundings and drink it in.