Ruby Hughes
Natalie Clein
Julius Drake

Programme Download

Download the concert programme here

Support Us


The safety of our audiences, musicians and staff comes first.

Ruby Hughes soprano

Natalie Clein cello

Julius Drake piano


Bach arr. Britten Four Spiritual Songs (Geistiche Lieder)
Kodály Sonatina for cello and piano
Tavener Akhmatova Songs
Weir On the Palmy Beach
Schubert Auf dem Strom
Ravel Kaddish
Bloch Three Scenes from Jewish Life
Chabrier L’Invitation au voyage
Viardot Les Étoiles
Berlioz La Captive
Brahms Two Songs


Three of Britain’s most charismatic performers, soprano Ruby Hughes, cellist Natalie Clein and pianist Julius Drake, come together for an eclectic and inspiring programme of solos, duos and trios by Bach, Schubert, Ravel, Tavener and Judith Weir. Amongst them is the opportunity to hear Weir’s On the Palmy Beach, composed especially for tonight’s artists and setting a selection of poems with inimitable wit and humanity. The programme also includes, Sir John Tavener’s Akhmatova Songs, covering every extreme of emotion in his austerely beautiful setting of these Russian poems.


This concert is generously supported by the Temple Song Underwriters and    

Stradivari Trust

Venue: Temple Church
Click here for map & Directions

Watch this concert via our website

Thanks to the kind generosity of Katie Bradford this concert will be filmed for streaming via our website in the coming weeks. If you would like to be informed when the concert is available to view please complete the form below.


Booking Information
Online Booking

Available here until 12noon on the day of the performance

Telephone Booking

020 7427 5641

Online and Telephone bookings are subject to a £2.00 booking fee.

In Person

Tickets are available on the door 30 minutes before the performance (subject to availability, cash and cheque only)


Please note that we can only offer refunds in the event that the concert is Sold Out and we are able to re-sell your ticket.


The safety of our audience, musicians and staff comes first.