Underdog Gallery – Bachn & Eggs Classical Brunch

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9th July 2017 @ 11:00 – 15:00 Europe/London Timezone
The Underdog Gallery
Crucifix Ln
London SE1 3JW
The Underdog Gallery
020 7403 7837

The Underdog Gallery BachUnderdog Gallery – Bachn & Eggs Classical Brunch

Bachn & Eggs Classical Brunch is a series of monthly Classical Sunday Brunch Concerts at the Underdog Gallery, London Bridge. Come and hear UK’s top classical musicians perform a programme of chamber music in one of the station’s last remaining original

Bach & his eggs return in July for a morning of flute, harp and spoken word. Rosanna Ter-berg and her “super-charged flute” (The Guardian) will be performing works by British and Brazilian composers with harpist Olivia Jageurs. West-End star Alex Knox will present a mix of poetry and prose guaranteed to help wash your avocado toast down (or why not try the mackarel pate?).

If you haven’t made it down to London’s first ever series of Classical Brunch concerts now is the time. Doors open at 11am to order brunch. Music from 12 – 1:30pm and if you oversleep, don’t worry, latecomers are welcome!

About Rosanna Ter-berg


Rosanna graduated in 2011 from Trinity Laban, with Distinction in her Masters in Performance degree, studying with Anna Noakes. Prior to Trinity, Rosanna was at the University of Leeds, learning with Linda Verrier at the Royal Northern College of Music. She graduated with a 1st Class BMus degree. The third year of her degree was spent studying at the Strasbourg Conservatoire, one of France’s principal music colleges.

Recent Achievements

Rosanna is an artist for the Park Lane Group, the Countess of Munster Recital Scheme, Live Music Now, a Tunnell Trust winner and in 2012 she won the Philip and Dorothy Green Award for Young Concert Artists from Making Music. She was selected for the Manchester Midday Concerts Society and the London Sinfonietta Academy 2012, conducted by Elgar Howarth and she performed with the London Sinfonietta at the BBC Proms. She is also the recording artist for ABRSM’s flute syllabus CDs (2014-17 and the forthcoming 2018-21) and a deputy for Disney’s The Lion King UK tour.

Rosanna was interviewed and performed live on BBC Radio 3 and Radio Classica (Spain). She has recorded music for films, Channel 4 and the BBC. She has performed in the UK’s most prestigious venues including Wigmore Hall, the Bridgewater Hall and the Purcell Room, where she received a standing ovation and a number of excellent reviews in the national press. Forthcoming engagements include recitals in music clubs across the UK and recording ABRSM’s new syllabus CDs. She is also collaborating with a number of composers who have been inspired to write for her including Patrick Nunn, Samantha Fernando and Thomas Oehler.

Prizes & Accolades

During her MMus, Rosanna’s numerous awards included first places in the ESO Young Soloist Competition and the Harold Clarke Competition and the top prize at the British Flute Society’s Young Artist Competition. She also won The National Gallery’s ‘Performing Through Art’ Competition. Having achieved the highest mark in the Wind, Brass and Percussion Faculty in her end of year recital, Rosanna was nominated to compete in the final of Trinity’s most prestigious competition: the Isabelle Bond Gold Medal Competition. She won the Kenneth Loveland Gift and was awarded the Friends in New York of TCM London Award and the Edgar TP Comley Prize for Excellence.

Past Performances

To date, Rosanna has played concertos with the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, conducted by Sir Richard Armstrong, the ESO, Worthing Philharmonic, Situation of Opera Orchestra, Barnet Symphony Orchestra and Leeds University Symphony Orchestra. Recitals include performances at the Royal Festival Hall, Kings Place, the Sounds New Festival, the Reform Club, St John’s Smith Square and St James’s Piccadilly. Rosanna performed as a ‘Serenata Star’ at the Serenata Music Festival 2010, the UKs first ever Classical Music Festival. With The Northern Quarter Flutes, she was invited to play at the Paris Opera House to perform for the princess of Tunisia and the prince of Saudi Arabia. Rosanna can also be heard on Katie Melua’s new CD.

  www.rosannater-berg.co.uk   www.Harpistwww.olivia-harpist.com


Doors Open from 11am for brunch, coffees and to get the best seat Concert: 12pm

FREE entry (no ticket required). Pay what you think the concert is worth on the way out  (suggested donation £8)


The Underdog Gallery

The Underdog Gallery entranceSince 2011 The Underdog has been an exciting, versatile gallery space in London Bridge with the vibrant creative hub of Bermondsey Street just around the corner. Just five minutes walk from London Bridge station, inbetween The Shard and the famous White Cube gallery, The Underdog is host to some of the most exciting events in London.  We have a fully licensed bar at the venue, a cinema screen and a full PA system to cater for most events.

The gallery mainly exhibits and sells contemporary fine art, modern art, post-war pop art, urban/street art, sculpture and outsider art but host a varied amount of events most nights of the week.

They represent some of  the best emerging, mid-level and established artists from around the world. They also present a wide range of events at our incredible venue from live bands and DJ’s, film screenings, spoken word and open mic nights, burlesque shows, comedy nights, book launches, salon talks, designer furniture showcases, car promotions.

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In addition to the art space, the Underdog Gallery is home to Dungarees coffee, famous for its mobile coffee for the optimistic and the curious and now offering the unique taste of coffee blend in London Bridge

Open daily 8am – 6pm


The Underdog Gallery


Arch 6 Crucifix Lane, SE1 3JW London, United Kingdom

Opening hours

Tuesday to Friday: 11:00 – 19:00 Saturday to Sunday: 11:00 – 17:00

3 mins walk from The Shard Exit of London Bridge Station, come out of the station, turn left at The Shard and walk down to the traffic lights, The Underdog is just across the lights on the left.

  www.theunderdog.london  underdogart




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