Just a couple of “listings”:
Confluence are repeating most of their season during May. All concerts are free of charge, “premiere” at 7:00 pm on the Confluence YouTube Channel and will remain available for viewing for 48 hours.
- Monday, May 10th – Walter Unger Salon; Aging and Creativity
- Wednesday, May 12th – Something to Live For; A Billy Straythorn Celebration
- Friday, May 14th – Mandala; the Beauty of Impermanence
- Sunday, May 16th – Tuesday May 18th – The John Beckwith Songbook (3 concerts)
- Thursday, May 19th – Gracias a la vida; Celebrating Astor Piazzolla and Mercedes Sosa
Full descriptions of each concert are here. I reviewed them all first time up so if you want to know what I thought it it’s easy enough to find.
And then there’s a new production of Mozart’s La clemenza di Tito at Covent Garden. I’m mentioning this because one Emily d’Angelo, late of this parish, is singing Sesto. It’s the ROH’s first production with a live audience since restrictions began and it opens May 17th. There’s to be a live stream of the May 20th performance that will be available for a month. Tickets for that are GBP 23.10. Details here.