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Wathen Hall

The Wathen Hall at St Paul's School (London) is a small concert hall in London, UK. Designed by BHM Architects and opened in 1999, it forms part of the St Paul's School Music department and is used for school concerts as well as external events.[1] The hall seats 316 people.[2] Artists appearing there during the opening season included pianists Murray Perahia and Radu Lupu, and violinst Maxim Vengerov. The Wathen Hall has become well known as a recording venue for solo and chamber music and its acoustics have been widely praised.[3]

Music at St Paul's

Music at St Paul's is an annual subscription concert series held at the Wathen Hall. There are open to members of the public, as well as to pupils and staff of St Paul's School and Colet Court and their families.

2004-2005 Series

2005-2006 Series

2006-2007 Series

  • Stravinsky: The Soldier's Tale & Walton: Façade (narrated by Jacqui Dankworth and Frances Jellard)
  • Barbican Piano Trio
  • James Gilchrist (tenor)
  • Gabrieli Consort
  • Cantabile

2007-2008 Series

  • Emma Kirkby & the London Handel Players
  • Philip Moore & Simon Crawford Philips (piano)
  • Jacqui Dankworth & Quartet
  • Peter & the Wolf; Carnival of the Animals

2009-2010 Series

2010-2011 Series

2011-2012 Series

2013-2014 Series

References

  1. ^ "BHM Architects". 
  2. ^ "Wathen Hall Website". 
  3. ^ "Classical Recording Company". 
  4. ^ http://www.wathenhall.com/Resources/Site%2021%20-%20Wathen%20Hall/Section%206708%20-%20Home/Wathen%20Hall%20Season%20Guide%2C%202011-2012.pdf
  5. ^ http://www.wathenhall.com/whats-on

External links

  • Wathen Hall
  • St Paul's School
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