Ten days of concerts of beautiful music, programmed around themes of love, romance and Shakespeare are promised at the Summer Music in City Churches Festival. 

Hosted this summer in the historic church of St Giles-without-Cripplegate within London’s Square Mile from 6 to 15 June, highlights of the programme include performances by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, City of London Choir (pictured above), Roderick Williams, and pianists Iain Farrington and Nigel Hess.
Co-Artistic Director Ian Maclay said: ‘Especially since 2020, people have been visibly moved by experiencing live music in this very special space. The church is steeped in history, and we are intrigued by its close connections to Shakespeare’.

Find out more at the Summer Music in City Churches website.