Karl-Heinz Steffens to Return to London’s Royal Festival Hall

The German conductor Karl-Heinz Steffens is to return to London’s Royal Festival Hall with the Philharmonia Orchestra next March in the dual roles of conductor and soloist. Steffens will conduct an all-Brahms programme including Ein deutsches Requiem with soprano Elsa…

What To Expect When Visiting The Louvre Abu Dhabi

One of the most anticipated museum openings in the art-world, after ten years of development The Louvre Abu Dhabi opened in November and is already seeing huge numbers visiting each day. Considering the compact size of the art museum, it…

The Ultimate Luxury Guide to Art Basel, Miami Beach 2017

Every December the who’s who of the art world descend on glamorous Miami Beach for Art Basel. This year – the art fair’s 16th year – a total of 268 galleries from 32 countries will exhibit from 7th December –…

Most Unique Cinemas in London

Home to many a movie scene, London is one of the world’s cosmopolitan cities, and as such is often chosen to be the location for filming major blockbuster movies. With such a long and varied history of being featured in…

Louis Vuitton Announces Second Collaboration with Jeff Koons

Following on from the first collaboration between Louis Vuitton and Jeff Koons earlier this year, a second collaboration has been announced with the pieces launching on 27th October 2017. The collection was inspired by Koons’ “Gazing Ball” series which began…

Sir Richard Armstrong to Mark 100th Anniversary of The Planets

On 9 January 2018, the London Schools Symphony Orchestra (LSSO) will mark the 100th anniversary of Holst’s The Planets with a special performance at Barbican Hall under the baton of one of Britain’s most distinguished conductors, Sir Richard Armstrong. Entitled…