А unique concert on June 16th will take place at 8.30 pm in an ancient church in the heart of Putney.
Our novel concert unveils the exquisite music from the much-loved Netflix series played by the Mystery ensemble. The experience will transfer the guests to the universe where magic and fantastic creatures rule, following the characters' fates, battles and, certainly, romances.
Immerse yourself in this event as the musicians' unique connection to the architecture and tech innovations surrounding them creates an unforgettable performance.
🥂All guests will be invited to enjoy a welcome drink to set the mood for this magical experience.
Experience the magic of The Witcher like never before at our music concert! Buy tickets now for an unforgettable evening of epic orchestral arrangements inspired by the hit Netflix series. Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to hear the iconic music of The Witcher performed live by a talented symphony orchestra Mystery Ensemble.
Doors open 8:00 pm
Doors close 8:30 pm
🎻 Mystery Ensemble
The mysterious fleur of the concert will be created by the unique connection between musicians with the surrounding them architecture & lights. Lights installation over the vaults of the 19th-century church and stately pipe organ help the ensemble to transfer the audience into the cryptic world of her majesty’s the music.
Violin I: Juan Carlos Romero
Violin II: Virag Hevizi
Viola: Laura Moisey-Gray
Cello: Georgina Viu
Bass: Alex Ferkey
Percussion: Chiara Spigariol
Mystery Ensemble is a group of professional musicians performing unique programs on non-standard venues around UK.
Experience outstanding works from different eras, experimental music, tributes, and world soundtracks of films and series, as well as absolutely unique programs and immersive shows. All music presented in author's arrangements. With the possibility of independent choice of the program, unexpected locations, and flexibility of the format, our team of professional musicians is inspired to bring their favorite music to life.
Founded in 2021, our studio of contemporary music has grown rapidly, with over 40 shows in the UK in its first year of performing. Our founder, Almin Alexander, has devoted more than 12 years of his life to the music industry and the development of cultural initiatives around the world, working with many outstanding musicians and musical groups.
The ensemble's repertoire contains an incredible amount of music. Just look at some of the programs so dearly loved by our viewers: these are tribute concerts of such great composers as Ludovico Einaudi, Hans Zimmer, John Williams, Ólafur Arnalds, Joe Hisaishi, or the minimalists' John Cage and David Lang, along with At the same time, the ensemble performs popular soundtracks from sensational TV shows and movies: The Witcher, Wednesday, The Young Pope, Harry Potter, a variety of Disney and Pixar films, Pirates of the Caribbean, The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit saga, Spencer, Star Wars and others. There is also the unique music of Enigma, Enya, combined with neoclassical music, or world rock hits, and tributes to the legendary Michael Jackson, Queen and the Beatles. For lovers of the classics, the ensemble collection contains music by W.A. Mozart, J.S. Bach, L.V. Beethoven, R. Wagner, I. Strauss, P.I. Tchaikovsky, S.V. Rachmaninov, and all key composers - classics. And much more. Every month the studio releases new programs and updates the existing repertoire.
For some projects, the team gathers as part of a chamber or small symphony orchestra.
Join us and experience the creative energy and passion that drives our team to bring music to life in unforgettable ways.
- Geralt of Rivia
- Toss a coin to your Witcher
- Happy childhoods make for dull company
- They’re alive
- Her sweet kiss
- The great cleansing
- The law of surprise
- Pretty ballads hide bastard truths
- Four marks
- He’s one of the clean one
- You lost your chance to be beautiful
- Shouldn’t you know when someone is pretending
- The song of the white wolf
- The knight who was taught to save dragons
*Please not that the programme is subject to slight change