Coming up at St Mary’s Perivale

Classical concerts in beautiful 12th Century building


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St Mary’s Perivale is in Perivale Lane, Perivale, Middlesex UB6 8SS, opposite the Myllet Arms. It is the oldest building in Ealing, dating from the 12th century, and probably the most beautiful as well. It became redundant as a church in 1972, and is now the premier venue for instrumental and chamber music in West London, attracting superlative musicians from all over the world. No tickets are required for our concerts, and parking is easy.

Wednesday 16th June at 7.30 pm.
We have a ‘double-concert’ with two separate halves, each of about 40 minutes music. Firstly, Andrejs Osokins (piano) plays Bach, Mozart, Liszt and Ravel. Andrejs is from Latvia, and is studying at the Royal Academy of Music. He has won various international awards, and was 3rd in the London
International Piano Competition. Then Emma Parker (violin) Nick Ellis (clarinet) and Simon Lane (piano) play works by Mozart, Poulenc and Milhaud. Full details are on

Free (including a glass of wine) with retiring collection. Come along !

Saturday June 26th at 7.30 pm
We have a celebrity piano recital by the brilliant young Chinese pianist, Jianing Kong. Last year he won 6th prize in the Leeds International Piano Competition – effectively the ‘Olympics’ of the piano world, and has gained many other awards. He will play works by Schubert and Debussy, and Liszt’s monumental Sonata in B minor. Full details on

Admission is £10 (£5 for students and young people) including a glass of wine. No tickets are needed– just turn up !

Wednedsay June 30th at 7.30pm.
We have a concert given by Mayumi Fujikawa (violin), Richard Markson (cello), Robin Wedderburn (viola) and Oliver Markson (piano) playing lovely works by Bach, Rachmaninov and Faure. Both Mayumi and Richard have international solo careers, and we are fortunate that they live in Ealing, and support our concerts. This will be an outstanding evening.

Full details are on . Free
(including a glass of wine) with retiring collection. Come along !



JUNE 7, 2010



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