Revd Jonathan Aitken – My Music at Wigmore Hall
Famous people discuss music that has meant the most to them in their lives, with OSJ playing arrangements of their choice of music live in the concert hall.
Revd Jonathan Aitken, Curate at HMP Pentonville, former Cabinet minister, is
interviewed by Paul Blezard about their life and musical influences.
Handel Ev’ry Valley (Messiah)
Traditional Irish: The Garden where the praties grow
Britten Sammy’s bath (The little sweep)
Beethoven O welche Lust (Fidelio)
Sullivan When I was a lad (HMS Pinafore)
Orchestra of St John’s
John Lubbock conductor
Tickets £16 (£14) available from Wigmore Hall box office
tel: 020 7935 2141 website: My Music at Wigmore Hall