Fidelio Unbound will feature performers including Steven Isserlis and Alina Ibragimova, with attendance limited to 25 spectators per evening
Fidelio Orchestra Cafe, a venue in Clerkenwell and home to the Fidelio Orchestra, is to host a new classical concert series in accordance with social distancing regulations. Founded by pianist and Fidelio Orchestra conductor Raffaello Morales, Fidelio Unbound will feature performers including Steven Isserlis and Alina Ibragimova amongst others. It launches on 7 July with Isserlis performing Bach’s Cello Suites Nos 1 and 3; and Walton’s Passacaglia.
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In order to comply with social distancing guidelines, attendance will be limited to a maximum of 25 spectators per evening. The artists involved have agreed to perform the same programme for up to five consecutive evenings in order to make it accessible to more people. All concerts will be followed by a dinner in collaboration with chef and author Alan Rosenthal, who will prepare a series of three-course menus specially designed for the concert programme they accompany.
For more information visit: fideliorchestra.art
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