£16 Two Tickets For Classical Orchestral Concert Featuring Work by Mozart, Bach, and Chausson on 17 February 2012 at St. James's Church (Up to 50% Off)
- Conducted by Julian Jacobson
- Debut concert of 37 piece Orchestra Platform Seven
- Legendary violinist Ivry Gitlis
- Pieces by Mozart and Bach
- Two tickets for concert
- Tickets allocated on first-come-first-served basis
- St James’s Church in Piccadilly
Limit 1 per person. Printed voucher must be presented at box office to be exchanged for tickets. Concert starts at 7.30pm and finishes at 9.30pm. Early arrival recommended to select seat. Seats allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. Original value based on most expensive tickets.
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Music may be the food of love, but the queue at the buffet table suggests it isn't very filling. Enjoy an aural feast with today’s Groupon: £16 for two tickets for a classical orchestral concert at St. James' Church presented by Julian Jacobson.
About the event
Performed in the atmospheric environs of the West End’s St James’s Church, the debut outing of Orchestra Platform Seven is presented and conducted by formidable pianist Julian Jacobson. In a building designed by architectural maestro Christopher Wren, a 37 piece orchestra composed of graduates from the Royal College of Music will take to the stage. Legendary Israeli violinist Ivry Gitlis adds another string to the orchestra’s impressive bow, as Jacobson leads them through pieces including Bach’s E major Concerto and Chausson’s Poème.
A focal structure circulated by London's buzz, St. James's Church is an axis to countless restaurants, bars, and notable monuments. A fruitful parade of shopping opportunities sits in the closely located Oxford Street, while Trafalgar Square lies within a mere wander.
Evening of Friday 17 February 2012
Concert begins at 7.30pm and finishes at approx. 9.30pm
Tickets given on first-come-first-served basis
Taking place at St James’s Church, 300 metres from Piccadilly Circus underground station
Exchange printed Groupon for ticket at box office on the night