Watch the Accio Piano Trio Live in Concert

Watch the Accio Piano Trio Live in Concert

Tomorrow the Accio Piano Trio will be performing in the Conway Hall in Holburn. If you are in the area then be sure to get yourself a ticket and drop in for an evening of sensational music. Continue reading “Watch the Accio Piano Trio Live in Concert”

Concert in Brighton with Yoko Ono this Saturday

Concert in Brighton with Yoko Ono this Saturday

Perhaps the concert of the week, Yoko Ono will be performing on the piano alongside Mairéad Hickey on violin this coming Saturday at 7:00pm at St Margaret’s Church in Ditchling. Yoko Ono is a much sought after pianist who tutors at the Royal College of Music Junior Department on Saturdays – not to be confused with the late John Lennon’s wife! Continue reading “Concert in Brighton with Yoko Ono this Saturday”

Performing at Home

Performing at Home

Are you ever jealous of the piano superstars making a living from performing in concerts around the world? Believe it or not, they all started somewhere. They did not start playing the hardest piano music immediately, and they spent hours of every day practising at home on their pianos or digital pianos before they hit the bright lights of fame. The very first concert venue of the piano stars of today was probably their front room at home. Continue reading “Performing at Home”

Free Concert in London this Week

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. Continue reading “Free Concert in London this Week”

Treat Yourself to a Piano Concert Tomorrow

Treat Yourself to a Piano Concert Tomorrow

Nottingham is the place to be tomorrow thanks to another piano concert in a series from Martin James Bartlett. Bartlett has featured on this blog previously due to the vast number of piano concert s he has performed in – one of his performances in a piano concert is a treat for any piano enthusiast. Continue reading “Treat Yourself to a Piano Concert Tomorrow”

Enjoy a Lunchtime Concert This Week

Enjoy a Lunchtime Concert This Week

Many people consider lunchtime concerts to be a thing of the past, but they are wrong. Lunchtime concerts were indeed incredibly popular in past centuries and took a nose dive in popularity in the late twentieth century. However, they are now on the rise and no matter where you are in the country, there will be lunchtime concerts and recitals on somewhere near you – all you need do is have a look in your local papers or do an online search. Continue reading “Enjoy a Lunchtime Concert This Week”

See the Solarek Piano Trio Tomorrow in London

See the Solarek Piano Trio Tomorrow in London

Tomorrow, there is a lunch time concert which is sure to please. The Solarek Piano Trio will be performing in Charlton House, London at 1pm and they have a super programme lined up. The best thing about this concert is that it is free! All you need to do is make sure you show up to Charlton House (SE7 8RE) in plenty of time for the 1pm start, and you will be treated to some wonderful music. Continue reading “See the Solarek Piano Trio Tomorrow in London”

Holiday Concerts – Time for Some Extra Culture

Holiday Concerts

When most of us go on holiday we have a few things on the agenda. Perhaps exploring the local museums and galleries, or maybe sitting on a beach and sampling the local beers and other regional delicacies. We all have our preferences! Something very few holiday making Brits abroad actually do is investigate the local concert scene! Continue reading “Holiday Concerts – Time for Some Extra Culture”

Classical by Day, Jazz by Night – how versatile is your piano?

Classical by Day, Jazz by Night – how versatile is your piano?

Are you the kind of musician who likes versatility? Are you a pianist who would like to play a Steinway concert grand piano for your classical repertoire, but something a little more suited to a New Orleans jazz bar for your more bluesy moments? Thankfully, digital pianos are fantastically versatile instruments. Continue reading “Classical by Day, Jazz by Night – how versatile is your piano?”

Hear Kolesnikov in Action This Saturday

Hear Kolesnikov in Action This Saturday

This coming Saturday, multi prize winning and amazingly talented Pavel Kolsnikov is in concert in Wendover. If you are anywhere between London and Oxford this weekend then put this concert high up on your to-do list and get yourself some tickets. The event is due to take place in St Mary’s Church at 7:30pm and boasts an exciting programme. The music to be played includes works by Lachenmann, Debussy, Chopin, Couperin, and Schumann. If you would like to find out more about the upcoming concert and ticket information, the Wendover Music website has more information. Continue reading “Hear Kolesnikov in Action This Saturday”