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Two Worlds in Harmony

Sat 7 Mar 2015, 19:00

Finest Workers UK presents

Two Worlds in Harmony

A night of songs from your favorite musicals.

A vocal trio based in Essex called West End Mamas composed of three Filipinas who have played significant roles in various musical shows in the London Westend. Gia Macuja Atchison (Miss Saigon, Lion King and very recently Here Lies Love); Cez Campos Bonner (Kim in Miss Saigon, The King and I); Maya Barredo Duffy (Kim in Miss Saigon, Lion King). In 2013, they were awarded Best New Artist Group category in the Philippines’ ALIW Awards. They will be joined in the show by their better halves, the West End Papas who themselves have been performers in different musicals in the Westend. One of them is Robert Atchison who is an international concert violinist and conductor.

Nick Bonner and Gerrard Duffy have been in Miss Saigon, Jesus Christ Superstar and Starlight Express.
Two Worlds in Harmony is also a celebration of Filipinos’ success in the London West end, in the world of musicals even years after they have left theatre performing as they continue their musical journey with their husbands performing in different venues in UK and the Far East. From home to stage, life indeed is a performance for these vocal groups where harmony in both family life and music performance is embedded.

A night of songs from your favourite musicals will also feature guests singers: Grace dela Cuesta and singing competition winners Neneth Ortega Lyons and Joel Miranda. Hosted by Maribeth Gasper.

Tickets: £15 (£20 door) can be purchased online 

Contact Jhermy on 07825509624.

Start and End Times: 1900 H to 2200H

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Sunday Concerts

Badke Quartet

Sun 8 Mar 2015, 18.30

Conway Hall Sunday Concerts present

Badke Quartet

The Badke Quartet, formed in 2002, is widely recognised as one of Britain’s finest string quartets. The Quartet has received widespread acclaim for its energetic and vibrant performances.

The Quartet has worked with some of the world’s greatest string quartets and studied with Gabor Takács-Nagy at IMS Prussia Cove and members of the Alban Berg Quartet in Cologne. From 2005 to 2009 the Quartet held the Senior Leverhulme Chamber Music Fellowship at the Royal Academy of Music.

The Badke Quartet regularly perform at concert halls and festivals in the UK and abroad, including Aldeburgh, Montreux, Bad Kissingen, Malmö, Mecklenburg, Ljubljana, Santander, Aix-en-Provence, Verbier Presteigne, West Cork, London’s Wigmore Hall, Kings Place, and the Musikverein in Vienna.

Future plans include a return to the Concertgebouw, a tour of the USA and a performance at the Haydn String Quartet Festival at the Court Theatre in Esterhazy Palace.

Photo by Ollie Ford

Charlotte Scott violin
Emma Parker violin
Jon Thorne viola
Jonathan Byers cello

Pre-concert talk at 17.30
with Dr. Christopher Fifield

Haydn: Quartet Op.1/1
Bruch: Quartet in C minor UK première
Schubert: Quartet in A minor D804 ‘Rosamunde’

£10 tickets. Free entry for under-25s (courtesy of the CAVATINA Ticket Scheme)

Doors open at 17.30. Start 18.30

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Sunday Concerts

Noûs Quartet

Sun 15 Mar 2015, 18.30

Conway Hall Sunday Concerts present

Nous Quartet

Noûs (nùs) is an ancient greek word whose meaning is mind and therefore rationality, but also inspiration and creativity.

Quartetto Noûs, formed by four young Italian musicians, was founded in 2011 in "Conservatorio della Svizzera Italiana" in Lugano, Switzerland, where they had the chance to meet internationally renowned teachers as Aldo Campagnari ("Quartetto Prometeo"), Bruno Giuranna, Carlo Chiarappa (“Nuovo Quartetto”), Massimo Quarta, Robert Cohen ("Fine Arts Quartet"). 

The Quartet is attending the prestigious "Walter Stauffer Academy" in Cremona studying with "Quartetto di Cremona" and with Professor Reiner Schmidt ("Hagen Quartett") in the "Musik Akademie Basel". 

The Quartet won the first prize in the International Competition "Luigi Nono" of Venaria Reale in Turin and was invited to play for the season "I Concerti del Quirinale" in Rome live broadcasted on Radio3.

It won the first prize in the "International Music Competition Anemos" in Rome and, in 2014, it was awarded a special mention in the context of the "Sony Classical Talent Scout Competition" in Madesimo, Italy. 

Tiziano Baviera violin
Alberto Franchin violin
Sara Dambruoso viola
Tommaso Tesini cello

Haydn: Quartet in D minor Op.42
Debussy: Quartet in G minor Op.10
Mendelssohn: Quartet in F minor Op.80

£10 tickets. Free entry for under-25s (courtesy of the CAVATINA Ticket Scheme)

Doors open at 17.30. Start 18.30

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Talks & Lectures

Behind the Headlines: What's all the fuss about feminism?

Wed 18 March 2015, 19:00

Guardian Live presents

Behind the Headlines: What's all the fuss about feminism?

Why do some women hate feminism? What is the 'fourth wave' of feminism? Who decides what it means to be a feminist? Can men be feminists? And, with the pay gap still widening and sexism prominent across campus and offices, where has it really got anyone?

With gender equality firmly on the news agenda, and comment and criticism from all sides, Guardian Live presents a range of voices from different generations and perspectives. 

Chaired by founder of the Everyday Sexism Project, Laura Bates, join us to discuss the why, the what and the where now for feminism. 

Behind the Headlines is a live series that dissects and debates some of the most prominent news stories of the time, hearing from the people making and shaping the news itself.

Tickets £15/£12

Start and Ends: 19:00-20:45

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Film & Theatre

The Conway Cohort

Weds 1st Apr 2015, 19:45

The Conway Collective presents:

The Conway Cohort - a sharing of work in progress

8 dancers are being given space, mentoring, and performance opportunities as part of an exciting new artists’ residency scheme at London's iconic Conway Hall funded by Arts Council England.

They are

Jade Montserrat, Siân Goldby, Lydia Cottrell, Mark Carberry, Chantal Francis, Briar Adams, Laura Brera, and Tania Soubry.

Tonight our eight dancers will be showing some of the work they are making in Conway Hall for the very first time.

Join us for this unique opportunity to see the freshest of new work by the most exciting young dancers in town. 

Tickets £5

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Film & Theatre


Thu 7 May 2015, 19:45

The Conway Collective presents:

CounterPointe Shorts: new work by women for pointe

CounterPointe is a performance series dedicated to presenting the latest experimental, innovative, risk-taking choreography that shows a depth of investment in ballet by women dance makers working with the pointe shoe. Investigating new and old territory the series highlights new work, opening up discussion, and creating a forum for women, young or old, emerging or established, to take risks. 

Presented by Norte Maar’s Julia Gleich with Briar Adams and in collaboration with Conway Collective. 

This instalment of CounterPointe Shorts will feature informal showings of new works and post-performance discussion. Past post-performance talks have been led by: Claudia Jeschke, Karole Armitage, and Susie Crow. 

I remember one of my first ideas in these early punk pointe pieces was to think of pointe shoes as weapons. – Karole Armitage, 2013 CounterPointe

Tickets £10, £8

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Film & Theatre


Mon 11 May 2015, 19:45

The Conway Collective presents:

Parade - a carnival of exhibitionists and seekers, peddlers of tales and talents, a cornucopia of performance delights! 
After the great success of last year's Parade, the elegant main space at Conway Hall echoes once again with memories of the original Ballet Russes, the lost romance of Alain Fournier's Le Grand Meaulnes and the melancholic circus of Federico Fellini.

Curated by Luke Dixon and Jane Turner this Parade will be another glorious unfolding display by experienced individualistic artists of their essential best.

A multiplicity of theatrical forms intertwine as fireworks of ingenuity in Conway's atmospheric theatre emblazoned with the banner:

'to thine own self be true....'

Turner & Dixon bring together 25 years of artistic collaborations in a new mix of both experienced and fresh young talent.

Tickets £10, £5

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