Academy of St Martins in the Fields

Accademia Filarmonica Rome 25.10.07

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24 October 2017 - 6 November 2017

Europe – Murray Perahia


Following a critically acclaimed residency at London’s Barbican, Academy Principal Guest Conductor Murray Perahia directs the complete cycle of Beethoven’s Piano Concertos in Germany and Paris.

11 November 2017

Bach’s Mass in B minor – St Martin-in-the-Fields

London, UK

The Academy returns to St Martin-in-the-Fields to present Johann Sebastian Bach’s glorious Mass in B minor with St Martin’s Voices and conductor Andrew Earis.

15 November 2017 - 17 November 2017

Wigmore Hall – Joshua Bell

Wigmore Hall, London

Music Director Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields return to Wigmore Hall for two concerts exploring logic, clarity and beauty in works by Bach, Tchaikovsky and Piazzolla.

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16 November 2017

Cambridge Music Festival – Joshua Bell

West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge

Our musicians return to the Cambridge Music Festival to present two of the greatest works by Ludwig van Beethoven: his lyrical Violin Concerto and Symphony No. 5.

JB Hamburg concert
19 November 2017

Hamburg – Joshua Bell

Hamburg, Germany

Joshua Bell leads the Academy in a programme of Beethoven at Hamburg’s incredible new Elbphilharmonie.

JB in Vail new
21 November 2017

Iceland – Joshua Bell

Reykjavik, Iceland

The Academy travels to Iceland to perform Bach’s exquisite third Brandenburg Concerto and Piazzolla’s virtuosic and captivating Four Seasons, expertly directed by Music Director Joshua Bell.

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15 December 2017

Kings Place – Laura van der Heijden

London, UK

Captivating young cellist Laura van der Heijden joins us to perform Schumann’s soulful and poignant cello concerto as part of the Kings Place Cello Unwrapped series.

Joshua Bell (c) Alan Kerr
12 January 2018 - 25 January 2018

UK & Ireland Tour – Joshua Bell


Joshua Bell stars as soloist in Vivaldi’s Four Seasons and the UK premiere of a vibrant new work by Edgar Meyer, and directs Beethoven’s exuberant Symphony No. 2


Image credit: Mike Hoban