Victoria Park Bandstand Concert

Sunday 7 July 2019

BWE performing on the Victoria Park Bandstand in August 2017

Conductor: Shea Lolin

Venue: The Bandstand, Victoria Park

Time: 2 - 3 pm


BWE is contributing the the summer season of music in Victoria Park. The programme will include:

Francis Poulenc Rondeau from 'Les Biches'

Lionel Bart Oliver! – Food, Glorious Food

Giuseppe Verdi La Traviata – The Drinking Song

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Don Giovanni – Champagne Aria

Jerry Bock Fiddler on the Rood (medley)

Sergei Prokofiev The Love for Three Oranges – March

Johann Strauss II Wine, Woman and Song

Claude-Michel Schönberg Les Misérables


Saturday 23 November 2019

BWE performing at St John's Waterloo in November 2017

Conductor: Shea Lolin

Venue: St John's at Waterloo, London SE1 8TY

Time: 7.30 pm


Offering fleeting visions of cities, scenes and buildings, the Bloomsbury Woiodwind Ensemble will perform works from the Eternal City to the ancient ruined city of Ani. This enchanting programme of bells, processions and song will be contrasted with ethereal images from folklore and make believe.


The programme will include:
Edward Elgar Cockaigne (In London Town)

Kamran Ince Domes

Alan Hovhaness Symphony No. 23 - iii Adagio con molto expressione

Joaquin Turina La Procesión del Rocio

Vitĕzslav Novák Slovak Suite - i In the Church

Claude Debussy Le Cathédrale Engloutie

Modest Mussorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition - 1 the Old Castel, viii Catacombs, and x The Great Gate of Kiev


Victoria Park Bandstand

Sunday 7 July 2019

The Bloomsbury Woodwind Ensemble will play a varied and popular programme on the bandstand.



Saturday 23 November 2019

BWE will offer visions of cities, buidlings and wider scenes.


Food Glorious Food

Saturday 18 May 2019

The Bloomsbury Woodwind Ensemble presented a menu of music on the theme of food and drink .

Winging It

Saturday 6 April 2019

The Bloomsbury Band of Flutes took flight during its spring concert.


Print Print | Sitemap
© Bloomsbury Music Group. Charity number 1139541