Music of Celebration and Contemplation
Join us at St Paul's Church for another free concert with our friends at Marcel Music. Soprano Carolina Hock sings a selection of hand picked pieces with accompaniment from Andrew Campling.
- Laudate Dominum - Mozart
- Two Preludes - JS Bach
- Abendempfindung - Mozart
- La Cathédrale engloutie - Debussy
- The Edge of Time - Andrew Campling
- Wedding Songs - Andrew Campling
Carolina Hock - Soprano
Carolina grew up in Switzerland, where she was trained from a young age as a flautist as well as a classical singer by Edith Akçag at the Gesangsschule Golden Voices. She attended a music-focused high school in Zurich and took part in a range of choral and orchestral projects, regularly performing as a soloist. She won first prize several times in the national Swiss Youth Music Competition (SJMW). Carolina also received a scholarship for the summer programme at Berklee College of Music, Boston, Massachusetts. Carolina has sung with the King’s College London Choir and the Choir of the London School of Economics. She has performed regularly as a soloist with the LSE Choir. Carolina works in environmental consulting as, besides music, she is particularly passionate about nature and sustainability.
Andrew Campling - Piano
Andrew is a member of the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors (BASCA). His music has featured on BBC Radio and has been performed in venues such as St Paul’s Cathedral, the Purcell Room and the Royal Albert Hall. Andrew’s music has also received performances in France, Belgium, Germany, Austria, USA and Australia. He has composed three symphonies, eight concertos, and many choral works. Andrew directs the London Docklands Singers, the Thames Chamber Choir, the Choir of the London School of Economics and the Marcel Sinfonia. The Sinfonia gives concerts regularly in St Paul’s Covent Garden and has performed in Southwark Cathedral, Brentwood Cathedral and Christ Church Cathedral Dublin.
Contact - www.andrewcampling.com
Doors open 10 minutes before concert. Please be aware we are operating social distancing measures throughout the church.
- Please wear a mask at all times whilst in the church.
- Please keep 2 meters away from anyone not in your bubble.
- Please use the sanitizer provided.
Friday 09 July
Making theatre in a time of COVID-19: an audio tour
Last November, we gathered around a Signal Fire in the grounds of the Actors’ Church in response to asking why live performance a pandemic and what is lost when it can’t take place. Join us for an interactive audio tour following in the footsteps of that performance and hearing its echoes.
Music of Joy and Sorrow
Soprano Billie Robson performs a selection of stunning pieces which reflect some of the hardships and hopes of our current times.
Claire de Lune - Songs on the theme of "Night" from the turn of the century
St Paul's Church is delighted to welcome soprano Erika Mädi Jones and pianist Panaretos Kyriatzidis to perform a lunchtime concert as part of growing series of talented performers, showcasing their work in intimate concerts.
London Octave presents Schubert's String Quintet in C.
St Paul's Church Covent Garden is delighted to present London Octave in their first free lunchtime concert. They will be performing one of Schubert's last and greatest compositions, Franz Schubert's String Quintet in C.
A Musical Journey Through Europe And Latin America
St Paul's Church Covent Garden is delighted to welcome Arik Goldshtein for his first lunchtime concert with us. Join us for a beautiful collection of pieces played on classical guitar.