Enjoy a luxurious afternoon tea of sandwiches, sweet treats and homemade scones in the elegant surroundings of the Hall’s Verdi restaurant, whilst experiencing a live performance from one of the UK’s most promising operatic talents.
This performance will feature Swedish-born Guildhall School of Music graduate Eves, a lyric soprano well known for her considerable talent and striking performer qualities.
Eves won at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in 2004 after studying at the prestigious Falun Music Conservatoire. In March 2017 she received compliments from the renowned conductor John Andrews for her interpretation of the Puccini repertoire, and has been recognised by the world celebrated soprano Birgit Nilson for her talent and ‘glimmering tone’.
With a quintessentially British afternoon tea within London’s most iconic venue, this live performance is the ideal way to spend a relaxing Saturday afternoon.
Repertoire to include
Mozart – Come here and kneel in front of me, from The Marriage of Figaro (The dressing up scene Act 2)
Puccini – ‘Quando m’en vo’, Musetta’s waltz from La Boheme
Copland – Songs from twelve poems by Emily Dickinson, 1-5
Gounod – ‘Je veux vivre’, Juliette’s waltz from Romeo and Juliette
Puccini – ‘Si, mi chiamano Mimi’, Mimi’s aria
Mozart – ‘This at last is the moment… Beloved don’t delay’, Susanna’s aria from The Marriage of Figaro
Mozart – ‘Ach ich fuhls’, Pamina’s aria from The Magic Flute
Verdi – ‘É strano é strano – Sempre libera..’, Violetta from La traviata
Bizet – ‘Je dis, que rien ne m’epouvante’, Michaela’s aria from Carmen
- Afternoon Tea served from 2:30pm, music from 3pm. If you are gluten intolerant, please advise our caterers ahead of your visit: 020 7959 0579.
- Seats are unreserved and will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis
- Booking is recommended as seating is limited. Please note that not all tables provide a view of the musicians.
- Entry via Door 12
This event is part of our Beyond the Main Stage season. Step beyond the main stage and discover a world of intimate shows under the roof of London’s most iconic venue.