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The concert will be available at 7.30pm on Thursday 29th October, and for 30 days following.

Opening with ‘Chaos’ by Jean Féry Rebel, this concert explores the theme of ‘regeneration’. Samantha Fernando’s work Lost Things is inspired by complex emotions within relationships, before closing the concert with with Aaron Copland’s Appalachian Spring; the balletic portrayal of a spring celebration of the American pioneers of the 19th century, after building a new Pennsylvania farmhouse.

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To help to get the most out of the performance, we are also delighted to offer a complimentary programme for the concert, with more details of the performers and works included. Download the programme here.


Jean Féry Rebel – Chaos from Les Élémens
Samantha Fernando – Lost Things for solo flute
Mozart – Concerto for Flute in D
Copland – Appalachian Spring


Michael Cox Flute
The Academy of St Martin in the Fields


Our thanks to The National Lottery Heritage Fund, for supporting the re:connect concert series at St Martin-in-the-Fields.

The Academy of St Martin in the Fields and St. Martin-in-the-Fields church are closely following government guidance and each concert will adhere accordingly to the latest advice.


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