January 13, 2023 6:30 PM


January 13, 2023 6:30 PM

Full of invention, wit and eccentricities – quintessentially baroque – the Trio Sonatas of Buxtehude and ‘Paris’ Quartets of Telemann are also foundational works of chamber music, standing at the threshold of the genre’s Classical era ‘golden age’. Jonathan Cohen, Sophie Gent, Thomas Dunford and Jonathan Manson have already recorded two critically-acclaimed albums of Buxtehude’s chamber music, and are joined for this programme by flautist Georgia Browne. This is the only London performance of this programme ahead of recording sessions for Alpha Classics of a third and final Buxtehude volume, and the first appearance by this GRAMMY-nominated ensemble at Fidelio Café.

Buxtehude – Trio Sonata in C, BuxWV266

Telemann – Paris Quartet No.4 in B minor

Kapsberger – Toccata

Buxtehude – Trio Sonata in G, BuxWV271

Telemann – Paris Quartet No.6 in E minor

Performers: Georgia Browne, Jonathan Cohen, Jonathan Manson, Sophie Gent, Thomas Dunford


TBA in October


Doors open at 6:30 for drinks and nibbles ahead of a one-hour performance (starting at 7pm, without interval) followed by a three-course meal.

The Standard ticket price includes the concert and the meal. Choose Table for 2 if you are two people and want the guarantee of a stand-alone table. We don’t sell concert-only tickets any longer. Drinks can be ordered on the night and are not included in the ticket price.

*Please specify if you require a vegetarian menu upon checking out.