Described as an 'oasis lying between the City of Westminster and the City of London', Temple Church was built in the twelfth century, and the home to a masterful organ and choir singers. The Elizabethan Temple Hall is a magnificent sixteenth century hall over a hundred feet long, over forty foot wide, and was the venue to host the first ever performance of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night.
Temple has always been associated with music, and this autumn it again brings a stellar line up of concerts for the public to enjoy.
Tenor, Nathan Vale won the London Handel Singing competition in 2006. Since then he be involved in projects with the National Opera. He will perform work by Schubert and Wolf, along with British Isle folk songs.