New concert series devised at fine dining venue

Jennifer Pike, Miloš Karadaglić and Charlie Siem all to feature in Boisdale's 'Classics' series

Jennifer Pike
Published: March 3, 2015 at 10:00 am

A roster of classical stars has been announced to perform at a brand new classical concert and dining series at Boisdale in London.


Guitarist Miloš Karadaglić, violinist Charlie Siem and saxophonist Amy Dickson will all perform recitals to accompany dining at the Canary Wharf venue, with violinist Jennifer Pike kicking things off at the launch event on Tuesday 31 March.

How about some Franck with your foie gras? Or some Chopin with your Chablis? 'Boisdale Classics' aims to combine the high dining experience of Boisdale’s restaurant with live music from some of today’s best performers. The series has been devised by restaurateur Ranald Macdonald and music marketing and management duo Ian Roberts and Rupert Burley.

‘Appealing to lovers of both fine dining and exceptional music talent, these evenings are a unique opportunity to hear the very best artists in a more intimate venue, while enjoying Boisdale’s outstanding restaurant experience,’ says Roberts. ‘Audiences can expect a warm welcome that only London can provide.’

Boisdale, a popular 1940s-style bar, is already known for hosting live music, including performances by jazz, blues and soul artists.

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