Joss Graham @ Tribal Art London

Above is a painted Nioge/Tapa (bark cloth) by Nelly Haruko Keme depicting the design of her great-grandfather's tattoo in initiation rites. Omie people, Papua New Guinea 117 x 58cm. Below: three carved and painted marriage stools - presented to the bride by the groom. Nupe people, Nigeria, mid 20th century TAL19 e-catalogue is online to view.

ShedFest in Belgravia: 16 - 22 September

Eccleston Yards’ ‘ShedFest’ – part of London Design Festival – will offer a new space to dine from 16-22 September, as the renowned Jones Family Kitchen serves up a five-course meal in five unique sheds decorated by emerging UK-based artists. Jones Family Kitchen will host an immersive dining safari supper experience: five courses set across five sheds. Moving from shed to shed per course, you will have the chance to soak up the visuals of the head-turning sheds. There will also be a daytime craft market organised by local creative talent. You will enjoy: pre-dinner drinks, a starter, main, dessert and post-dinner drinks. Every evening will offer different menus catering to a variety of pala

8 September - Sunday Recital Series at St Paul's Knightsbridge

A piano recital given by Danilo Mascetti, Royal College of Music. When: September 8, 2019 Time: 14:00 Danilo Mascetti is an Italian pianist, C. Bechstein Scholar at the Royal College of Music of London. He regularly performs as soloist all over Europe, with orchestras such us Pomeriggi Musicali, Philarmonic Orchestra 'Miahil Jora', Symphonic State Orchestra of Craiova. In 2014 he performed in China and Japan, in 2015 he debuted in London for Aspect Foundation, in Prague with the West Bohemian Symphony Orchestra and in Rome with the Nova Amadeus Orchestra. In 2016 he debuted in Hungary, Morocco and America, with the NYCA Symphony Orchestra, for New York Concert Artists; in 2017 he debuted in

Exciting piano recital by Jiyong Mun - 2 for 1 tickets

The Keyboard Charitable Trust is delighted to offer two tickets for the price of one (on the top three prices) to its annual Prize Winner’s Piano Recital on Sunday, 27 October 2019 (7.30pm). The recital will be given by the thrilling young Korean pianist, JIYEONG MUN at Wigmore Hall, 36 Wigmore Street, London W1U 2BP. Winner of the Busoni and Geneva Competitions in her teens (an achievement equalled only by the world-renowned Martha Argerich), Jiyeong has performed on many of the world’s stages both in recital and as a concerto soloist with many leading international orchestras. Jiyeong will play an accessible and popular programme: BEETHOVEN – Piano Sonata No.31 Op.110 SCHUMANN – Humoreske

Continuum - new and exciting young choral group performing 29th August

Continuum is performing ‘High Summer’ on 29th August, 7.30pm at The Grey Coat Hospital, Grey Coat Place/ Horseferry Road, London SW1P. When Continuum gave their inaugural concert in London back in January, they packed out St Gabriel’s Church, Pimlico. In the audience was the editor of BBC Radio Three’s Listeners’ Forum. Here’s what he said afterwards on his website. “Choral aficionados should take note of “Continuum”…it was an outstanding set of performances.” This time, you’re in for some fabulous summer jazz and English madrigals with something for everyone’s musical tastes – timeless jazz arrangements alongside a wealth of English folk and madrigal classics which epitomise summer. ‘Contin

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