In the evening I headed to the Night Shift, a monthly classical music night at the Southbank Centre. What I love about the Night Shift is how it provides classical music in a much more relaxed setting – putting aside the rules and institution of the music – and rethinking what a classical music c night looks like. As a result, the place is packed with a younger audience. The programme explains classical music terminology, and between pieces there are interviews with members of the orchestra. The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment holds the residency, and is currently directed by a wonderful, passionate violinist originally from Romania called Kati Debretzeni (the orchestra has no conductor). Tonight they were played Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, with a choreographed dance by Henri Oguike. It was fresh, different and I loved it.