Last week I performed a lunchtime concert at St. James’s Church in Piccadilly, London. I have visited St. James’s on several occasions to watch recitals and I always love coming here for the peaceful atmosphere it creates in the middle of the city.
The church was designed by Sir Christopher Wren after The Great Fire of London and the acoustics are perfect for a piano recital.
The programme I performed included works by Scarlatti, Chopin and Strauss.
The audience were incredibly supportive which was great for my performance. Thank you to everyone who helped to organise the recital and to everyone who came to watch. Special thanks to Josephine Cumming for the lovely gift!
You can see a short clip of the encore (Liszt, Rigoletto) here:
I will be giving a lunchtime recital at St. James Church in Piccadilly, London on Friday November 8th.
St. James Church was designed and built by Sir Christoper Wren after the Great Fire of London in 1666. Not only is it a beautiful church, it is also a great venue for performances wit very good acoustics.
The programme includes pieces by Chopin, Grünfeld and Scarlatti.
You can see more details and buy tickets for the performance here.
Really happy to be opening this seasons Absolute Classics series of concerts. I will be performing at some of the most beautiful venues in Scotland, starting with Easterbrook Hall in Dumfries on Thursday 26 September. You can find out more about the performances and buy tickets here. It will be wonderful to visit Scotland and I feel very lucky to have the opportunity to perform as part of this incredible series.
On 20th September I will be giving a recital at The Schubert Salle of The Wiener Konzerthaus. I will be performing pieces by Modest Mussorgski and Franz Liszt in the beautiful surroundings of one of the most famous concert halls in the world. Really looking forward to it! You can find out more and buy tickets for the performance here.