If you’ve visited the Festival in previous years you will know that there is always an exciting line up of events. This year is no exception, with highlights including Carmen, Miss Jean Brodie, Jazz, Tim Arnold, London Metropolitan Brass, London Mozart Players and more.
The Festival celebrates the centenary of Muriel Spark with a showing of The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie at the Phoenix Cinema and a return of the Finchley Children’s Music Group celebrating their 60th anniversary. The London Mozart Players and Ripieno Singers perform a new work, Death, Be Not Proud, for soloists chorus and orchestra paired with a Mozart Piano Concerto played by prizewinning young pianist, Ignas Maknickas. Pop Up Opera present Peter Brook’s version of Bizet’s Carmen and StringTing Trio, blazing a trail for women and strings in jazz will work their magic.
Enjoy the every evening from 6pm during the Festival and at weekends from 12 noon until 10pm. Art of every kind is for sale - original oils and watercolours, prints, digital art, photographic art, ceramics, sculpture and individually designed jewellery. Twenty-five artists, local and international, are taking part and 40% of the selling price of each work sold will be donated to the Harington Scheme and Noah's Ark Children's Hospice. Further information from Pauline Treen: 020 8340 5643.
For more information and to book tickets: www.eastfinchleyartsfestival.org.uk