Found Spaces

Found Spaces is a programme of online events including the premieres of 4 new digital concerts all made for the screen. There'll be talks, premieres, food plus music events, on-demand viewing and more. Join us in Greengage's continued efforts to push the boundaries of digital performances, make paid work for artists and demonstrate the power of the arts to bring people together.

The concerts in this series are varied in style but there are common threads. They are all new. All are directed by British conductor Jonathan Berman. They all bring together classical music with visual art. All are performed in unusual spaces (for concerts): a yoga studio, a former cardboard factory and an art gallery. All use digital technology to create experiences beyond what can be achieved in traditional physical venues or with solely in-person audiences. All are in high definition sound and film.

For more information, please visit the FOUND SPACES page.

The Goldberg Variations: Meditations On Solitude
The Goldberg Variations: Meditations On Solitude
Music and poetry come together in this contemplative, uplifting work on solitude. Featuring Sir Simon Russell Beale. Rated 4* by The Telegraph.
Historiae de divini // Tales of the Divine
Historiae de divini // Tales of the Divine
Violinist Max Baillie gives an electrifying performance of Bach and Messiaen in London’s Colnaghi Gallery.
Rêves de Jeux Mécaniques
Rêves de Jeux Mécaniques
Enter a surreal dreamworld of mechanical toys as Darragh Morgan and Tim Gill perform Ravel's iconic Sonata for Violin and Cello in the dead of night.
Satie Sports et Divertissements
Satie Sports et Divertissements
Immerse yourself in the tongue-in-cheek, colourful world of Erik Satie's sports and pastimes. An ensemble of 10 musicians play against a very large 4K screen in a yoga studio.
Found Spaces series pass
Found Spaces series pass
Access all four Found Spaces classical music concerts to watch when it suits you.
Stravinsky Septet
Stravinsky Septet
Immerse yourself in the artistic inspirations that shaped Stravinsky's iconic Septet. Shot in a yoga studio before a giant 4K screen.

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