Sinfonia Verdi and Luton Culture present a series of classical music performances in the magnificent Drawing Room at Wardown House Museum surrounded by the museum's unique art collection and with spectacular views overlooking Wardown Park.
On 28 July, violinist Enrico Alvares will perform Bach’s Chaconne for solo violin and will give an insightful talk about why it is one of the most revered pieces of western classical music.
The audience will have a change to ask Enrico questions.
Also in the Music at the Museum Series:
29 September 2pm: Lucia Veintimilla and Tim de Vries perform violin duets
27 October 2pm: Nigel Woodhouse, classical guitar
24 November 2pm: Keziah Thomas performs music for solo harp