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Music - Classical, Fri 2 Aug 2019, £9-£18

I Fagiolini

I Fagiolini


The ever-inventive and imaginative I Fagiolini returns to LDSM with its latest bold project. 2019 marks the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci, the greatest polymath the world has ever seen. Alongside his art, science and inventions, Leonardo wrote about music (his first job away from Florence was probably as a musician), and he described music as 'shaping the invisible'.

Presented by its director Robert Hollingworth and leading da Vinci authority Martin Kemp, this evening delves into Leongardo's mind, discussing his life's work with illustrations of his iconic art and inventions illuminated through the lens of vocal music of the period. The event culminates in a newly-commissioned work by composer Adrian Williams and poet Gillian Clarke on the theme of Leonardo and scientific endeavour.

Event details

Dates Times
Fri 2 Aug 2019 19:30


Unreserved seating


  • Public toiletsPublic toilets
  • Accepts groupsAccepts groups
  • Children welcomeChildren welcome
  • Disabled accessDisabled access
  • Facilities for hearing impairedFacilities for hearing impaired

Events at this Venue

date event
Wed 31 Jul Metropolis
Fri 2 Aug Leonardo: Shaping the Invisible


Castle Street,


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Map reference: SD 520929  Lat: 54.32938 Long: -2.73958

It is just 15 minutes drive from junction 36 of the M6. Oxenholme (5 minutes by taxi) is the nearest railway station on the West Coast main line between London Euston and Glasgow. There are regular bus services to Kendal bus station.

The River Kent meanders through this picturesque town which is overlooked by Kendal Castle, birthplace of Katherine Parr, last wife of Henry VIII.

The Church is situated to the east of the River Kent near to Stramongate Bridge and is built on an area of land known as Gooseholme.

Parking: free

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