upcoming MUSIC SALONs
The Pushkin House Music Salon series of concerts arose from a desire to profile and present chamber music by Russian and Soviet composers - works that are rarely heard in concert halls or recordings.
Much of the classical music composed in the 18th and 19th centuries was not intended to be performed in large concert halls, as so often happens now. Rather, piano miniatures were originally performed at home for a small circle of friends.
We aim to nurture a fresh tradition of informal music-making, bringing people together in Pushkin House where they can enjoy close proximity to the performers, and where socialising with a drink and chatting between pieces is encouraged.
Pushkin House Music Curator