When it comes to concert events who says you have to pay to have fun. If you are planning a trip to London in the coming months, here are a few places you could visit to enjoy some good music and have a blast while you’re in London.
Academy Symphonic Brass at Royal Academy of Music
12 February 2016
The Royal Academy of Music is located at Marylebone Road, Regent’s Park, and is the venue where Mark David will be conducting music which has been inspired by the English countryside. The concert will start-off with Holst’s famous A Moorside Suite and it will be followed by John McCabe’s Cloudcatcher Fells and Raymond Premru’s Music from Harter Fell.
Academy Jazz Festival at Royal Academy of Music
10 February 2016
The Royal Academy of Music is also going to play host to three groups who are going to perform a small concert of ensemble music featuring a guest leader vibraphonist and two famous guitarists, Mike Walker and John Parricelli. Tickets to the event are free and you will only have to book a taxi to get to the venue.
Alex Hutton at Royal Albert Hall
From 29 January to 18 March 2016
Alex Hutton the jazz pianist performs a string of shows at the Royal Albert Hall from the 29th of January to 18th March. Expect to hear some of his greatest from his most recent album. The Royal Albert Hall is located at Kensington Gore, London.
The Elwins at The Old Blue Last
22 February 2016
The Elwins, which is a rock and pop band are going to perform on the 22nd of February at the Old Blue Last located at 38 Great Eastern Street, The City, and is worth a visit.
So, these were just some of the names of the free concert events which are slated to be held in London within the next couple of months. Be sure to go online to find out about more concerts and events in the in London.