Park Theatre and Ostara Chamber Players present

Coffee, Croissant and a Concert

This show has now passed. This is a an archive page.

 

 

Join us for coffee, pastries and an hour of classical music in our sensational series of Sunday socials. 

Ostara was born during lockdown, when four local musicians - Judith Busbridge, Penny Driver, Sijie Chen, Lucy Waterhouse - formed an ensemble with a string quartet at its core, playing in the street to lift the spirits of their Finsbury Park neighbours. After gaining a following for their N4 Doorstep Concerts, the quartet moved a few doors down to Park 200 where they are now delighted to be presenting a new series of classical concerts. 
 
The ensemble includes some of London’s top chamber musicians – between them they are regulars at the Royal Opera HouseLondon Symphony OrchestraLondon Mozart Players and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment – and, they’ll be inviting some esteemed musicians to join them in these eclectic programmes. 

Each 60-minute concert includes well-loved chamber works together with some shorter, contrasting pieces – all played in a relaxed vibe, and perfect for the whole family. Join us for an uplifting, cultural Sunday morning while enjoying coffee with friends.  

10.15am - Arrival for coffee & pastries

11am - Concert starts

12pm - Concert ends

 

Sun 25 June: Midsummer Mozart with Ostara Chamber Players

Polksa, Unst Boat Song & Staedilil (Traditional arr Danish String Quartet)
Mozart -Quintet in G minor K516
Beatrice Philips and Lucy Waterhouse (violins), Judith Busbridge and Kate De Campos (violas), Penny Driver (cello)

 

 

"An utterly beguiling group - witty and tender, scintillating and soulful by turns (and sometimes simultaneously) - always surprising and never less than enchanting" Simon Callow

 

Photos: Matt Belcher