Cadogan Hall

Two Mozart concerti at the Cadogan Hall: Yeol Eum Son and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields Cadogan Hall | 5 Sloane Terrace | London SW1X 9DQ Friday 20 April 2018, 7.30pm Tickets from £10 | Cadogan Hall Box Office: +44 (0)20 7730 4500 Book online Described as “marvellous, intense and boundlessly virtuosic”, […]

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Pianist Joo Hyung-ki plays it straight

by Events Editor 3 September 2013
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One of the best musical nights out in 2012 was Igudesman and Joo’s a Little Nightmare Music, a highly entertaining comedy act by a pair of talented musicians (LKL review here). The pianist of the duo, Hyung-ki Joo, will be doing something a little more mainstream on 12 September at the Cadogan Hall: Pianist Hyung-ki […]

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Sarah Chang plays Barber at the Cadogan Hall

by Events Editor 29 September 2012
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I’m always grumbling that Sarah Chang never plays anything apart from Bruch which she comes to London. And when she plays something more interesting, there’s often a clash with another compelling Korean cultural event. Earlier this year I couldn’t go to her Shostakovich because E J-yong needed to be interviewed. So I wonder what will […]

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Concert notes: A Little Nightmare Music – Igudesman and Joo

by Philip Gowman 12 March 2012
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“His parents must be so disappointed” I overheard a Korean woman say, of Joo Hyung-ki. “They wanted him to be a concert pianist, and he’s doing comedy instead.” It was the sort of thing that Maureen Lipman would say, in character as the proud Jewish mother. Joo, one half of the hilarious musical duo Igudesman […]

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Yoon-hee Kim at the Cadogan Hall

by Events Editor 19 February 2012
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Former child prodigy, now 21-year old violin virtuoso Yoon-hee Kim plays the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto at the Cadogan Hall, 28 Feb. Buy tickets by following this link: http://t.co/6orBbU1M Keywords: Organisations and venues: Cadogan Hall

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

by Events Editor 19 February 2012
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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 7.30pm Programme: You have to see and hear them […]

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Sumi Jo: totally fabulous singing Mozart

by Philip Gowman 26 November 2011
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Sumi Jo was totally fabulous tonight at the Cadogan Hall with the Academy of Ancient Music. Highlight was the encore – Mozart’s elaborate variations on Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, in a duet with flautist Rachel Brown Keywords: Musicians: Jo Sumi Organisations and venues: Cadogan Hall

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Sumi Jo sings Mozart with the AAM

by Events Editor 4 November 2011
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A treat for Mozart afficionados later this month, as Sumi Jo joins the Academy of Ancient Music and Richard Egarr for an all Mozart programme at the Cadogan Hall. Read on for details of how LKL readers get a discount on the tickets: Academy of Ancient Music Sumi Jo sings Mozart Cadogan Hall Friday 25 […]

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Concert notes: Jeajoon Ryu’s Sinfonia da Requiem

by Philip Gowman 16 April 2011
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The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra orchestra and 90-strong Chorus together with soprano soloist Inhye Kim convened in the Cadogan Hall on 12 April to perform Jeajoon Ryu’s Sinfonia da Requiem (2007). It was composed to honour Hyundai founder Chung Ju-yung, who passed away 10 years ago in 2001, and also dedicated to Korea’s past generations, who […]

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Requiem for Chung Ju-yung: Jaejoon Ryu’s Sinfonia da Requiem at the Cadogan Hall

by Events Editor 8 April 2011
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Jeajoon Ryu’s Sinfonia da Requiem was composed to commemorate the Chung Ju-yung, founder of Hyundai, who died ten years ago, and the generation of Koreans to whose lot befell the task of rebuilding Korea in the wake of the 1950-1952 war. Premiered at the 12th Ludwig van Beethoven Easter Festival, Warsaw, in March 2008, it […]

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Park Jae-eun’s Arirang: UK Premiere

by Events Editor 9 July 2009
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An unexpected event at the Cadogan Hall tomorrow night, Friday 10 July. The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, under the baton of Korean conductor Lee Young-chil, will perform Park Jae-eun’s Arirang – “a lovers’ song of separation and longing”. The main items in the programme are Tchaikovsky’s fiddle concerto and fifth symphony. Unfortunately the Cadogan Hall website […]

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Sejong: what live music is all about

by Philip Gowman 16 June 2007
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Sejong: Three Moments in Time – Cadogan Hall, Sunday 10 June Go along to a standard orchestral concert, and what do you see? Ranks of musicians sitting inertly and gazing intently at their music stands. The baton is maybe a flash of white just visible in the corner of their eye, but from the audience’s […]

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Korean Seasons to launch the summer

by Philip Gowman 30 May 2007

The London concert-going public groans inwardly when it sees yet another advertisement for a candle-lit Vivaldi Four Seasons performed by a scratch orchestra at some central London church or other. Such a programme must put bums on seats or else promoters wouldn’t constantly recycle it. But we yearn for something a bit more innovative. Well, […]

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Sumi Jo and Dong Suk Kang at Cadogan Hall

by Events Editor 4 December 2006

While Western classical music is outside my self-imposed remit, I thought I’d pass on news of an upcoming recital at the Cadogan Hall (5 Sloane Terrace, London, SW1X 9DQ) on 14 December featuring soprano mega-star Jo Sumi with violinist Kang Dong-suk and two pianists, Pascal Devoyon and Vincenzo Scalera. Details on the Cadogan Hall website. […]

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