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Livestreamed Recitals from St James's Piccadilly

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Live recitals and concerts from St James's Piccadilly

Event Info

Date & Time

May 14 - May 31

Wednesdays and Fridays throughout May at 1:10pm

Location

St James's Piccadilly, Piccadilly, London, UK


Sit back, relax and enjoy live-streamed recitals straight from St James's Piccadilly, on Wednesdays and Fridays throughout June, available both online and in person.

To watch, simply click here and enjoy! The livestream will appear at the top of your screen as the recital begins.

If you can't get enough, past recitals can be watched here.

There is no need to register or buy a ticket for online recitals which are free to enjoy and should you wish, donations may be made to the Church's Kindlink page. In-person concerts have also resumed, to attend in person you will have to register via Eventbrite prior to the concert, and provide contact tracing details for attendees, which you can do here.

Programme Details are as follows:


Wednesday 2 June


1.10pm: FREE LUNCHTIME RECITAL - Academy Cello Ensemble

Josephine Knight (director)

Monteverdi - Pur ti miro (arranged by James Barralet)
Ravel - Bolero (arr. James Barralet)
Sollima - Vibrez!
Lalo Schifrin - Theme from Mission Impossible (arr. James Barralet)
Piazzolla - Fuga y misterio (arr. Tobias Sykora)
Presented in association with Royal Academy of Music
Attend in person (registration required): click here from 12 noon on 28 May
Watch online: click here from 1.10pm on 2 June to watch the stream


Friday 4 June


1.10pm: FREE LUNCHTIME RECITAL
Victor Maslov, piano
Vella - Sonatina
Rachmaninov – Piano Sonata No.1 in D minor, Op.28
Presented in association with The Carne Trust
Attend in person (registration required): click here from 12 noon on 30 May
Watch online: click here from 1.10pm on 4 June to watch the stream


Attend in person: register here from 12 noon on 14 May
Watch online: click here from 1.10pm on 19 May
Presented in association with Trinity Laban

Wednesday 9 June


1.10pm: FREE LUNCHTIME RECITAL
Ezgi Sarıkçıoğlu, violin
Julian Trevelyan, piano
Robert Schumann - Noveletten, Op.21 (Extracts)
Fazil Say - Cleopatra for solo violin, Op.34
Fazil Say - Sonata for violin and piano No.1 (1997)
Presented in association with Talent Unlimited
Attend in person (registration required):
click here from 12 noon on 4 June
Watch online: click here from 1.10pm on 9 June to watch the stream

6pm and 8.30pm: PICCADILLY PIANO PLUS
Benedetti-Elschenbroich-Grynyuk Trio
Nicola Benedetti, violin
Leonard Elschenbroich, cello
Alexei Grynyuk, piano
Beethoven - Piano Trio No. 6, Op.70 No.2
Brahms - Piano Trio No.2 in C major, Op.87
Tickets: £15, £20
6pm show: click here to book
8.30pm show: click here to book
Please note, this concert will not be available to watch online


Friday 11 June


1.10pm: PICCADILLY PIANO PLUS - FREE LUNCHTIME RECITAL
Deschanel Gordon, piano
Hackney-born and award-winning jazz pianist Deschanel Gordon has already hit the city's jazz scene running. At just 22 years of age, Gordon’s first class honours from Trinity Laban was additionally rewarded with his recent collaboration with Mercury Prize-nominated SEED ensemble.
Attend in person (registration required): click here from 12 noon on 6 June
Watch online: click here from 1.10pm on 11 June to watch the stream

6pm and 8.30pm: PICCADILLY PIANO PLUS
Nadine Benjamin, soprano
Nicole Panizza, piano
The duo Emergence Music, comprising charismatic, award-winning British soprano Nadine Benjamin and pianist Nicole Panizza, presents a programme of 20th and 21st century American song. Featuring works by Lori Laitman, Samuel Barber, Undine Smith Moore and H Leslie Adams, and settings of poetry by Emily Dickinson, this recital is a celebration of the range and diversity of American creativity.
Tickets: £15, £20 (attend in person); from £6 (online)6pm show (attend in person): click here to book 8.30pm show (attend in person): click here to book

Online tickets (from 8.30pm and available for 14 days): click here to book on OnJam.tv

Wednesday 16 June


1.10pm: PICCADILLY PIANO PLUS - FREE LUNCHTIME RECITAL
Adam Heron, piano
JS Bach - English Suite No. 6 in D minor BWV 811
Schumann - Kinderszenen Op. 15
Attend in person (registration required): click here from 12 noon on 12 June
Watch online: click here from 1.10pm on 16 June to watch the stream

Thursday 17 June


6pm and 8.30pm: PICCADILLY PIANO PLUS
Melvyn Tan, piano
Known for his wit and poetic playing, accomplished pianist Melvyn Tan will delight audiences in a recital to include Mozart’s Piano Sonata No.18 nicknamed ‘The Hunt’ due to its hornlike opening, alongside two French masterpieces filled with delicacy and expression by Debussy and Ravel.
Debussy - Suite Bergamasque
Mozart - Piano Sonata No.18 in D major, K576
Ravel - Le tombeau de Couperin
Tickets: £15, £20 (attend in person); from £6 (online)
6pm show (attend in person): click here to book
8.30pm show (attend in person): click here to book
Online tickets (from 8.30pm and available for 14 days): click here to book on OnJam.tv

Friday 18 June


1.10pm: PICCADILLY PIANO PLUS - FREE LUNCHTIME RECITAL
Neus Peris, piano
Mussorgsky - Pictures at an Exhibition
Attend in person (registration required): click here from 12 noon on 13 June
Watch online: click here from 1.10pm on 18 June to watch the stream

6pm and 8.30pm: PICCADILLY PIANO PLUS
Julian Joseph (piano) and Mark Hodgson (acoustic bass)
A rare opportunity to experience the nuanced pianism of Julian Joseph with the deep toned swing of longtime bassist and collaborator Mark Hodgson. They will play a selection of standards and delve into Joseph’s ever evolving canon of originals; compositions that have marinated over their longtime musical relationship which spans at least 3 decades. This concert comes after a long absence of live music and is the perfect concert to reconnect with the musical experience. Two giants of jazz doing what they do best drawing on the energy and atmosphere of an appreciative audience.
Tickets: £15, £20 (attend in person); from £6 (online)
6pm show (attend in person): click here to book
8.30pm show (attend in person): click here to book

Wednesday 23 June


1.10pm: PICCADILLY PIANO PLUS - FREE LUNCHTIME LECTURE-RECITAL
Duncan Honeybourne, piano
Pianist Duncan Honeybourne presents a lecture-recital exploring repertoire by contemporary British composers. The recital will include the London premieres of two new works written for Duncan: Cecilia McDowall's Notes from Abroad and John Casken's Tempus Plangendi, plus John Joubert's recently rediscovered Rhapsody: Evocations, last heard almost 70 years ago.
Attend in person (registration required): click here from 12 noon on 18 June
Watch online: click here from 1.10pm on 23 June to watch the stream

3.30pm: A relaxed performance by Duncan Honeybourne, piano
An hour-long relaxed performance for all, especially those who find it difficult to conform to the usual conventions of concert-going, including those who live with autism or dementia.
Click here to book online (please note this performance will not be live-streamed)


Friday 25 June


1.10pm: PICCADILLY PIANO PLUS - FREE LUNCHTIME RECITAL
Jean Bernard Marie, piano
Messiaen – Vingt regards sur l’enfant Jésus (extracts)
Attend in person (registration required): click here from 12 noon on 20 June
Watch online: click here from 1.10pm on 25 June to watch the stream

6pm and 8.30pm: PICCADILLY PIANO PLUS
Joanna MacGregor, piano
This evening Joanna MacGregor, a ground-breaking artist with a truly international reputation performs JS Bach’s Goldberg Variations, a work for which she is widely regarded as one of the world’s leading interpreters.
Tickets: £15, £20 (attend in person); from £6 (online)
6pm show (attend in person): click here to book
8.30pm show (attend in person): click here to book
Online tickets (from 8.30pm and available for 14 days): click here to book on OnJam.tv

Wednesday 30 June


1.10pm: FREE LUNCHTIME CONCERT
Luba Tunnicliffe, viola
Gamal Khamis, piano


Presented in association with the Park Lane Group Music Trust
Attend in person (registration required):
click here from 12 noon on 25 June
Watch online: click here from 1.10pm on 30 June to watch the stream

6pm: Jose Zalba-Smith, flute and Louisa Lam, piano
Cuban born flautist Jose Zalba-Smith joins forces with brilliant pianist Louisa Lam to perform varied and exciting programme featuring pieces from their most recent CD “My Favourite Music”. Expect works by J S Bach, Muczynski, Doppler, Zalba and much more.
Tickets from £17
Click here to book online


8.15pm: SUMMER VIBES WITH The Mañana Collective
Incredible Latin Jazz band The Mañana Collective is back in action! We’ve missed playing for our audiences and can’t wait to perform for you all again. Can we take you to Cuba, Brazil or Africa? Come along! Best modern Salsa/Latin Jazz band in town featuring Jose Zalba-Smith (flute), Robyn Clarke (piano), Rod Oughton (drum kit), Zands Duggan (percussion) and Pete Komor (double bass).
Tickets from £17
Click here to book online


All recitals may be viewed here.

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