Yuexuan Song Plays the Classics

Yuexuan Song Plays the Classics

On Wednesday a young Chinese pianist by the name of Yuexuan Song will be playing pieces of music by some of the most esteemed composers known to the classical music world. Her concert will be in Piccadilly, London in St James’s Church (W1J 9LL) and no tickets are required to enter. The start time is 1:10pm so if you are planning on attending, make sure you leave enough time to get yourself a good seat! More information can be found on the Saint James’s website. Continue reading “Yuexuan Song Plays the Classics”

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”

Watch up and coming Edyta Lajdorf in Action

Watch up and coming Edyta Lajdorf in Action

This Wednesday there is a fantastic opportunity to see one of the country’s finest young pianists, Edyta Lajdorf, in action along side the very talented Piotr Dec on the clarinet. The pair will play Brahms and Poulenc together as part of a lunchtime concert at St James’ Church in Picadilly, London. Continue reading “Watch up and coming Edyta Lajdorf in Action”