Come along to a free evening concert at the chapel, part of the Fitzrovia Arts Festival. You don’t need a ticket. Just turn up. This concert includes the Mozart Oboe Quartet and Jacob Oboe Quartet, with duos by Bartok and Stravinsky.
Now in its fifth year, the Fitzrovia Arts Festival celebrates Fitzrovia’s rich and diverse artistic past. Fitzrovia Arts Festival is the first and only community music festival to honour the artistic heritage of bohemian Fitzrovia together with the contemporary diversity that thrives in the area today.
With a programme of music by composers who have lived or worked in Fitzrovia over the centuries, in some cases played on historical instruments made in Fitzrovia, the Festival is a celebration of Fitzrovian community past and present.
The Festival Musicians
Daniel Bates, Oboe
Beatrice Philips, Violin
Adam Newman, Viola
Hannah Sloane, Cello
The Eusebius String Quartet
Nick Moran, Matthew Sturgis, Edward Barker, Jesse Brown
All events are free (just come along). We can currently allow up to 25 people in the chapel under Covid rules.
This year’s venues include The Fitzrovia Chapel, the Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery, the Fitzrovia Community Centre, and pop-up locations around Fitzrovia.