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Igudesman and Joo in A Little Nightmare Music at the Cadogan Hall

Aleksey Igudesman (left) and Hyung-ki Joo
Aleksey Igudesman (left) and Hyung-ki Joo

Crazy musical comedy coming up at the Cadogan Hall in early March. It comes with great reviews. Check out Igudesman and Joo’s website for some videos of what they do. And then book your tickets.

Igudesman and Joo

A Little Nightmare Music

Friday 9 March, 2012


You have to see and hear them to believe it! Aleksey Igudesman and Hyung-ki Joo are two classical musicians who have taken the world by storm with their unique and hilarious theatrical shows, combining comedy with classical music and popular culture.

Equally comfortable performing in classical concert halls, as well as in stadiums in front of crowds of 18,000, their unified dream is to make classical music accessible to a wider and younger audience.

“A Little Nightmare Music” is a unique show, full of virtuosity, enchanting music and zany, outrageous humour. Ideal for audiences of all ages, this show is sure to captivate whether you’re a classical music enthusiast or the type who runs for cover, at the mere mention of Mozart!

Aleksey and Hyung-ki met at the age of twelve, at the Yehudi Menuhin School and since then, have remained strong friends and writing partners. Following in the footsteps of comic performers such as Victor Borge and Dudley Moore, they created their first groundbreaking show, “A Little Nightmare Music.” Since then, they have performed with major symphony orchestras around the world and have played at some of the world's biggest stages and festivals.

The show includes music by Mozart, Rachmaninov, Bach, Vivaldi, Strauss, Beethoven, Igudesman and Joo.

“The funniest show on music and the life of musi­cians I have seen since the great Vic­tor Borge. I couldnt stop cry­ing of laugh­ter for the whole evening. Go see these gifted musicians. What they show is life at its funniest side. It isn’t just entertaining, it is hilarious!” (violinist Gidon Kremer)

£25, £20, £15

Please note:
Online booking is only available up to midnight on the day prior to the performance. On the day bookings via telephone and counters sales only.

* Please note: certain ticket prices are currently only available via telephone.


(automatically generated) Read LKL’s review of this event here.

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