Free Concert in London this Week
There are always concerts in London. London concerts are incredibly diverse and there are events dedicated to many different genres of music. Occasionally, these events are free. Tomorrow, there is an excellent sounding free concert which is to be held in St James’ Church in Piccadilly.
Attend a Free London Concert Tomorrow
Piccadilly is very easy to get to via public transport as there are bus and London underground links to the area from all over London. The concert will start at 1:10pm which might well be perfect for some people who work in London as it could coincide with their lunch hour. The concert will consist of two pieces of music for violin and piano. The first of these pieces is the beautiful Romanze in B flat major by Joseph Joachim. The second and final piece of music for this free lunchtime concert is Beethoven’s Sonata for Violin and Piano No 9 in A, ‘Kreutzer’.
Despite this concert being a free event to attend, there will be a retiring collection at the end. This is standard practice and a good way of the audience showing their appreciation for the beautiful music they have just heard.
Play at home with your Violinist friend
If you are lucky enough to have a friend who is a violinist, then you might want to play these pieces yourself. A digital piano will allow you to play alongside your musical friends, and even move to a different practise location should the need arise thanks to the amazing portability of electric pianos. If you are in need of a new instrument then have a look on the Chase Direct website. Here, you will find many fantastic deals and offers on digital pianos from Chase, Kawai, Casio, and Yamaha. These pianos are all of an amazing quality and will deliver time after time.