Celebrating Australian Music welcomes you to a wonderful opportunity to attend this glorious musical event in one of London’s most prestigious (and private) iconic buildings.
Founded in 1882 by Gladstone, the National Liberal Club near Whitehall by the noted Victorian architect Alfred Waterhouse stands proudly overlooking the Thames from ‘the most splendid terrace in London’.
One of the largest and most dramatic rooms with its grand piano is the Lloyd George Room which will host this one-hour recital preceded by coffee. The all-Australian programme plus music by Rebecca Clarke and the much loved Ralph Vaughan Williams will be performed by this talented all-Australian trio.
Coffee Concert by the Thames
Friday 10 May 11am
£10 including refreshments (free for CAM members)
Rebecca Clarke Epilogue
Rebecca Clarke Passacaglia on an Old English Tune
Horace Keats The Orange Tree
Brennan Keats Moons as Big as Mountains (UK premiere)
Wendy Hiscocks Songline for cello & piano (London premiere)
Ralph Vaughan Williams Six Studies in English Folk Song
Don Banks Five North Country Folk Songs
- Tickets for CAM Members are free
- All guests must register in advance for this event
- Only those on the door list will be admitted
- Coffee and tea will be served at 11am prior to the recital
- The recital will last approximately one hour and with no interval
CAM at the London Song Festival
And looking further ahead we have a magnificent concert at St. George’s, Hanover Square on Friday 25 October. In collaboration with the London Song Festival CAM brings an all-Australian song programme highlighting the talents of Australian soprano Samantha Crawford (soprano) and Victoria Hodgkinson (mezzo-soprano).
The perfect time to join CAM
With all these fabulous concerts and events coming this is the perfect time to become a Friend of CAM. We have three levels starting at just £20 with some super benefits including:
- An invitation to a private recital with a glass of wine
- complimentary programmes
- the opportunity to help us champion Australian music