Join Claire Davies, Head Gardener at the Charterhouse, for a rare opportunity to enter our enchanting and secret garden. Summer will once again be on the wain and September is a time of transition in the garden. There will still be colour but many of the plants and ornamental grasses will have set seed. We leave these for autumn and winter interest and for the wildlife. The garden is planned for year round interest so there is always something to catch the eye.
The garden tour is from 10.45 to 11.45am.
‘many wonderful plants and planting ideas – will unashamedly steal‘, ‘it was stunning!‘
October Revolution Centenary Concert – Sunday 22nd October
This concert seeks to explore the October Revolution in Russia as a source of creative inspiration for artists.
Composers in the post-revolutionary period were challenged to construct a new innovative musical language with which to depict and promote the radical new social order. A celebration of this dynamic new musical landscape, this concert will transport the audience from the music of Imperial Russia, featuring the work of Rachmaninoff and Glazunov, to the music of the Soviet avant-garde of Mosolov and Roslavets and the searing mid-century works of Shostakovich and Prokofiev, ultimately arriving at the jazz-inflected work of Kapustin.
The repertoire will be performed on piano, cello and viola by students of Trinity Laban Conservatoire, The Royal Academy of Music, The Royal College of Music and the University of Oxford, who are all in some way associated with The Charterhouse.
The October Revolution Centenary Concert will be held in our Great Chamber here at the Charterhouse between 4 – 5pm.
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