Au Fil de l’Art en Musique

I have been listening to Georgiev, Little, and La Rotta. I have been listening to Sonate for 2 Bassoons in D Major, Op.6. I have been listening to Au Fil de l’Art en Musique, in its entirety, and so to this sonata and to 15 other pieces. Au fil de l’art en musique was, I […]

Historic clock exhibition hosted at Bonhams

Two private clock collectors have collaborated to stage an exhibition of early English clocks at the prestigious venue of Bonhams, New Bond Street, London, from 3-14 September 2018. The exhibition will also feature third party loans including contributions from the Science Museum, the Clockmakers’ Company and the Collection of the 5th Lord Harris from Belmont […]

Melnikov performs Haydn, Prokofiev and Brahms at Wigmore Hall

On 20th September 2018 at 7.30pm, the Russian pianist offers Prokofiev’s wispy but characterful collection of 20 miniature ‘fleeting visions’, written between1915 and 1917, before joining Cuarteto Casals in Brahms’s grandly impassioned piano quintet, a cornerstone of the Romantic chamber repertory. The concert is part of Chamber Zone, a free ticket scheme for young people […]

The National Gallery acquires self portrait of Artemisia Gentileschi

A recently discovered, rare self-portrait by the celebrated female artist of the Italian baroque – Artemisia Gentileschi – has been acquired by the National Gallery in London. Self Portrait as Saint Catherine of Alexandria, an oil painting from about 1615–17, will undergo conservation treatment before going on display in early 2019. Hannah Rothschild CBE, who […]


Originally posted on elleguyence:
I don’t know how I want to love you: like breath, so integral to life you forget I’m here? Or like a warm winter jacket you boast to everyone and never regret the purchase? Forever in my head mulling the maze of overbear versus undervalue hurdles of head/heart. I wrote this…