schedule

In common with musicians the world over, Andrew's activities have been severely curtailed by the COVID-19 crisis. Further new dates will be added here as and when they can be confirmed. To view previous projects, please visit the Past Events page.

sep
22
2021

1930

josquin remembered

Southern Early Music Forum

Andrew Griffiths (workshop leader)

Andrew leads an online workshop exploring some of Josquin's most remarkable music, to mark 500 years since the composer's death.

Zoom

oct
9
2021

1000

josquin at 500

North West Early Music Forum

Andrew Griffiths (workshop leader)

Andrew leads an all-day workshop exploring some of Josquin's most remarkable music through the lens of a motet by Jacquet de Mantua, marking 500 years since the composer's death.

St Columba's RC Church

Chester

oct
15
2021

1930

silence and music

Londinium

Andrew Griffiths (conductor)

Londinium's programme affirms the power of singing to sustain us in troubled times. Repertoire includes the UK premiere of Kerensa Briggs' Hear My Prayer, and recent works by Richard Allain & Bernard Hughes.

St Gabriel's Church

Pimlico, SW1

nov
20
2021

1930

mass in troubled times

Kingston Choral Society / Thames Sinfonia

Andrew Griffiths (conductor)

Andrew directs Kingston Choral Society's first concert since December 2019, featuring Haydn's Nelson Mass, Mozart's Coronation Mass, and JC Bach's Magnificat in C.

All Saints Kingston

Dec
12
2021

1930

monteverdi christmas vespers

Bampton Classical Voices

Andrew Griffiths (conductor)

Andrew returns to Bampton to direct the traditional concert for St Beornwald's Day: a gorgeous Christmas Vespers based around music by Monteverdi.

St Mary's Church

Bampton, Oxfordshire

 

Dec
2021-

feb
2022

-

handel: theodora

The Royal Opera

Harry Bicket (conductor)

Andrew returns to The Royal Opera as assistant conductor/continuo for Handel's oratorio, in a new staging by Katie Mitchell. The cast includes Joyce DiDonato, Kakub Józef Orlinski and Ed Lyon. Performances on 31 Jan and 2, 4, 7, 12, 14, 16 Feb 2022.

The Royal Opera

Covent Garden