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Bach Weekend, Kings Place’s much-loved yearly dose of all things Bach, returns this April with Martin Feinstein’s acclaimed reading of Bach’s most brilliantly orchestrated Easter oratorio. Concerts include festival opener The Burlesque Cantatas, which sees the Feinstein Ensemble pitch the work commonly known as the peasant’s cantata with his Coffee Cantata. Cello master, Christian-Pierre La Marca, makes his Kings Place debut with a specially-curated solo recital for Bach Weekend. Finally, harpsichord and synth player Robin Bigwood with fellow classically-trained musicians Steven Devine, Annabel Knight and Martin Perkins form together for the Art of Moog, playing the music of J S Bach on cutting edge analogue and digital synthesizers.

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The Burlesque Cantatas

Classical / Bach Weekend

Bach Weekend opens with a programme that features Bach’s Cantate burlesque (Peasant Cantata) alongside his Coffee Cantata, both by librettist Picander, and nothing less than comic operas.

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Easter Oratorio

Classical / Bach Weekend

The Feinstein Ensemble joins forces with the London Bach Singers under the direction of Martin Feinstein for the most brilliantly orchestrated of his Easter Oratorios.

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Christian-Pierre La Marca

Classical / Bach Weekend

Hailed by Le Monde as belonging to ‘the French cello elite’, Christian-Pierre La Marca makes his Kings Place debut with a specially-curated solo recital for Bach Weekend.

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Art of Moog: Synths, Sin and Serenity

Classical / Bach Weekend

Formed by harpsichord and synth player Robin Bigwood with fellow classically-trained musicians Steven Devine, Annabel Knight and Martin Perkins, Art of Moog plays the music of JS Bach on cutting-edge analogue and digital synthesisers.

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