The Cello Factory concerts during the Waterloo Festival

In conjunction with Beyond Image – the Permanent Revolution there will be two concerts at The Cello Factory.

15 June 7pm

Annabel Knight – recorders, flute
Reiko Ichise – viola da gamba
Robin Bigwood – harpsichord

‘La Couperin’

Beauty, opulence and character abound in this programme from 18th century Paris, celebrating François Couperin’s 350th anniversary. Baroque music experts Passacaglia introduce and explore works by some of the era’s most colourful personalities.


22 June 7pm

Harpsichord Recital – ‘Re­flections on Humanity’

People and emotions frequently form the core of artistic expression. ‑ this programme paints a diverse portrait of humanity taking inspiration from François Couperin’s catalogue of human traits, Les Folies Françoises ou Les Dominos, and through the eyes of his contemporaries.

Tickets £15 for each concert (includes wine and light refreshments after the recital) and on the door

The Cello Factory
33-34 Cornwall Road

The concerts will take place within the gallery so you can also see the exhibitions by London Group artists Anita Bryan, Clive Burton, Marenka Gabeler, Trisha Gilman, Martin Heron, Gillian Ingham, Claire Parish, Tom Scase and Tommy Seaward. You can read more about this exhibtion and the other London Group contributions to the Waterloo Festival here