Tuesday 27 April 2021

'Art and life are not two separate things' - Fidelio Cafe re-opens with new ticket options

Fidelio Cafe, Clerkenwell
Fidelio Cafe, Clerkenwell

Since it was founded in 2019 the Fidelio Cafe  (formerly the Fidelio Orchestra Cafe) on Clerkenwell Road, London has established itself on the London music scene, serving the local community by day as a cafe, music practice venue and smart working space, and then in the evenings transforming into a food and classical music venue where you can listen to a concert and then eat a three-course meal curated by chef Alan Rosenthal as well as visiting chefs.

The cafe is opening its doors again on Tuesday 16 May 2021 with a calendar of internationally-renowned artists and two new ticket options starting from £15 to make its music offer even more accessible to everyone, while adhering to current safety guidelines. For those on a fixed budget, the new Intermezzo ticket offers one drink of choice and the full concert from the Fidelio lounge, with a standing or restricted view, all for £15. And for the under 30s there is 50% discount on the full concert experience.

Coming up in May are concerts with the Consone Quartet in Mozart and Schumann, pianist Patrick Hemmerlé in the complete Chopin Etudes op 10 and op 25, the Maxwell Quartet and clarinettist Anthony Friend in Beethoven and Brahms, pianist Samson Tsoy in Schubert, violinist Francesca Dego and pianist Francesca Leonardi in Mozart, Busoni and Castelnuovo-Tedesco, and the Benedetti Trio (Nicola Benedetti, Leonard Elschenbroich, Alexei Grynyuk) in Brahms and Beethoven.

'Art and life are not two separate things' - Felix Mendelssohn

Full details from the Fidelio Cafe website.

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