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This month's composer is
Emil Reznicek, born 1860


The Music Club of London has announced that starting in the Autumn of 2019 a series of four seasonal recitals are to be held
featuring young artists and covering a wide range of music from Monteverdi to the major twentieth century composers. More
details will be published in September.

Saturday 4th January 2020
Coppelia. A classic returns to the Royal Opera House with Ninette de Valois' charming and funny ballet of love, mischief and
mechanical dolls. Please indicate on the booking form if you are interested in seeing this production so that Marjorie
can have an idea how many tickets to reserve. The price will probably be ₤ 33 but do not send payment.


Tuesday 23rd July, 10.50 for 11.00.
Meet Ann Archbold at Tottenham Court Road Station, main Oxford Street Exit. Ann is a qualified London City guide, who will
lead a walk of approximately two hours around Soho, somewhat cleaned up today but notorious in the 1950s for crime.

Sunday 28th July, 11.30 at the Wigmore Hall
The Chiaroscuro Quartet plays the Beethoven Quartet Op 18 No 4 and the Schubert Quartet D810 Death and the Maiden.

Thursday 1st August, 10.50 for 11.00, Burlington House, Piccadilly.
A visit to The Linnean Society which is the world's oldest active biological society, founded in 1788 and named after
the Swedish naturalist Carl Linnaeus. He devised the system of taxonomy, the classification of plants and animals by genus
and species, which is still in use today.

Saturday 10th August, 7.30 at St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square

Here The Jazz Repertory Company continues its celebration of music from the 1950s by paying tribute to Miles Davis, one of
jazz history's most revered and influential musicians.

Friday 27th September, 7.30 at Barbican Hall, Silk Street.

The Guildhall Symphony Orchestra,  Guildhall Symphony Chorus , Guildhall Jazz Orchestra and Guildhall Jazz Singers perform
The Bells by Rachmaninov, Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue  and excerpts from Sacred Concerts by Duke Ellington.

Thursday 3rd October, 12.00 at the Royal Opera House.

Don Giovanni in Kasper Holten's visually striking production that accentuates the beauty of Mozart's dazzling tragicomedy.
The visually spectacular set is by award-winning designer Es Devlin.

Sunday 6th October 11.30 at Kings Place, 90 York Way, N1.

Pianist Lucy Parham celebrates Clara Schumann, a remarkable woman and tells her story with musical illustrations.

Friday 11th October 2019, 7,00  at the Society of Antiquaries, Burlington House, Piccadilly

Tony Palmer will introduce his film about Puccini. Refreshment will be available in the Royal Academy Café nearby.

Saturday 9th November  1.30 at the Royal Opera House.

A performance of The Sleeping Beauty by The Royal Ballet Company in a landmark production of Petipa's classic ballet to
Tchaikovsky's glorious music.

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