Back in February, we had a Night Shift first when we danced Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons. Choreographed by Henri Oguike, audiences got to see Vivaldi’s seminal masterpiece in a very different performance, directed by our leader Kati Debretzeni. Here’s what the audience thought…
Don’t forget our next event is coming up next month, when we’re returning to the Amersham Arms in New Cross for some classical A-List action, featuring Handel, Biber and Purcell and a drinking song or two…Read More
We’re still recovering from our Night Shift at the Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall last Thursday- so to relive the night again, we’ve put together a gallery of pictures for your viewing pleasure…Read More
Self taught singer-songwriter Jessica Irvine has played in London, New York and Northern Queensland.Read More
Fancy seeing some dance and catchy music in a late-night concert with a drink and some mates?
Well, on 7 February at the Southbank Centre, we’ll be giving Vivaldi’s legendary The Four Seasons a fresh twist, in a Night Shift first: a collaboration with renowned choreographer Henri Oguike and OAE leader Kati Debretzeni, fusing authentic performance with contemporary choreography.
Sounds intriguing? Well here’s a taster of what you can expect to see…
For full info on the event and booking, visit our event page.Read More
With Henri Oguike’s dance company soon to make an appearance at the next Night Shift, we spoke with dancer Rhiannon Morgan at rehearsals to find out more about how she got into dance.Read More
Antonio Lucio Vivaldi was born in Venice. He was baptized immediately after his birth by the midwife, which led many people to believe his life was somehow in danger. The real reason isn’t known for sure, it could be that he was ill or another theory is that an earthquake that day caused his mum to be paranoid. Either way, she’s said to have dedicated him to the priesthood because of it. Cheers Mum.