Comfortable Classical concerts invite anyone and everyone, from young children to older adults, to experience orchestral music. These concerts are more relaxed than traditional classical concerts and feature introductions from the musicians, as well as inspiring performances of classical music. Our audience members are also encouraged to draw and colour while they listen to the music.

On Monday 2 November, you can watch French-inspired music for a brass trio in a programme featuring music by 20th century composers Poulenc and Stravinsky.

If you are unable to leave your home, or simply don’t feel comfortable doing so yet, we will also be live streaming this concert on City of London Sinfonia’s Facebook page. So, wherever you are, you can get comfy and listen to classical music.

City of London Sinfonia musicians

Mark Paine, French horn

Imogen Hancock, Trumpet

Ruth Molins, Trombone

This event is Pay-What-You-Decide (PWYD) which means you book as normal but you don’t pay a penny until after you’ve seen the show, based on how much you enjoyed the experience.  Please note at the moment we are only taking card payments.  


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