Music With Love

Top class music making to share with all. From our living room to yours.

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Live Concert Performances

Our programme is lovingly curated and features many of the finest classical musicians our country has to offer.

Every donation you make will help us continue to bring these wonderful musicians to you all and we’ll also share them with them with care homes, hospices and those who need them, for free.

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June 23rd

Special Gala Concert.

From Music With Love and The Highgate Festival.

Watch this space for more info.

Coming Soon!

April 28th – 2:30pm

Nicholas Korth, Anna Dennis and Friends

Anna Dennis – Soprano

Nicholas Korth – Horn

Marie Lloyd – Clarinet

John Reid – Piano

Two of Schubert’s most beautiful chamber music works,  Shepherd on the Rock and Auf dem Strom form the centre of this concert,  with the delectable voice of soprano Anne Dennis. 

Anna Dennis, Soprano

April 21st – 2:30pm

Vivacious Violins!

Sarah Quinn – Violin

Lucy Jeal – Violin

Two superb musicians, violinists Sarah Quinn of the LSO and Lucy Jeal of Ensemble Reza will be giving us a duo concert full of surprises and loveliness.

Sarah Quinn and Lucy Jeal

April 14th – 2:30pm

English Sinfonia
Janice Graham – Violin

Chris Hopkins – Piano

The musicians give these concerts so generously and it’s wonderful to welcome Janice Graham for her third Music with Love concert. Janice will be performing piano trio repertoire with English SInfonia colleagues.

Julia Graham, Chris Hopkins, Janice Graham

April 7th – 2:30pm

David Waterman and Friends
David Waterman – ‘cello Mihai Ritivoiu – piano

David Waterman was a member of the much lauded and beloved Endellion Quartet from 1979 until 2021 and has performed chamber music with countless other musicians and ensembles including the Amadeus Quartet, Joshua Bell, Steven Isserlis and Stephen Kovacevic. 

Mihai Ritivoiu is a Romanian classical pianist living in London. Laureate of several international competitions, including the George Enescu Competition in Bucharest, Mihai Ritivoiu has performed throughout Europe and Japan with orchestras including the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra and the English Chamber Orchestra. 

David Waterman

March 31st – 2:30pm

Nicholas Korth and Friends
Nicholas Korth – Horn
Dorina Markoff – Violin

Julian Milford – Piano

Three outstanding musicians +  Brahms Horn Trio = a slice of heaven. 

Nicholas Korth and Dorina Markoff, valued friends and supporters of Music With Love will be joined by Julian Milford of the London Conchord Ensemble. 

Dorina Markoff, Nicholas Korth, Julian Milford

March 24th – 2:30pm

Andrew West. Bach – Goldberg Variations
Andrew West – Piano
Presented By Simon Callow

REPEATED – BY POPULAR DEMAND We are thrilled to bring you a repeat of last weeks wonderful performance form Andrew West. Presented by Simon Callow. Legend has it that Bach wrote this aria and set of 30 variations to ease the sleepless nights of  the insomniac Count Kaiserling. 

Simon West presented by Simon Callow

March 17th – 2:30pm

Andrew West. Bach – Goldberg Variations
Andrew West – Piano
Presented By Simon Callow

Legend has it that Bach wrote this aria and set of 30 variations to ease the sleepless nights of  the insomniac Count Kaiserling. Our guest, Simon Callow will shed more light on this story and introduce Andrew West’s performance of this profoundly wonderful and uplifting music. 

Simon West presented by Simon Callow

March 10th – 2:30pm

The Cellophonics
Christopher Allan – ‘cello

Michael Atkinson – ‘cello

Adrian Bradbury – ‘cello

Ben Rogerson – ‘cello

In February we brought you the  ‘Three Cellos, One Roof!’  We now bring you ‘The Cellophonics’.These four immensely talented ‘cellists all share a passion for the glorious sound of ‘cello ensemble and the astonishing range of tone, colour and pitch of this incredible instrument. From Tea for Two to Tosca, via the baroque and occasionally the surreal, there is something for most, be they music lovers in general or the more seriously afflicted cello-holic.

The Cellophonics

March 3rd – 2:30pm

Darragh and Mary Dullea
Darragh Morgan – Violin
Mary Dullea – Piano

Two Members of the Fideleo Trio, Darragh Morgan and Mary Dullea will surprise you with a programme as fresh as it is inventive, ranging from Irish folk music, to the master of tango, Astor Piazzolla, through to Philip Glass, and ending with the glorious Cesar Franck Violin Sonata (Mvt II Allegro).

What better way to spend a Wednesday afternoon!

Darragh Morgan and Mary Dullea

February 24th – 2:30pm

Robert Max and Zoë Solomon
Robert Max – Cello
Zoë Solomon – Piano

These world renowned and much loved musicians have devised a truly delightful programme of ‘cello favourites and some surprises.


Robert Max and Zoë Solomon