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Valentine’s Vivaldi by Candlelight

Add to my Calendar 14-02-2020 20:00 14-02-2020 22:00 36 Valentine’s Vivaldi by Candlelight On Valentine’s Day, in the heart of London, join us for a romantic, candlelit evening in the stunning St James’s Church, Piccadilly with the Piccadilly Sinfonietta and pianist and Artistic Director, Warren Mailley-Smith.   The concert features timeless works by the monumental composers, Mozart, Handel, Bach, and Vivaldi.  If you’re looking for a special evening with your Valentine, in need of a relaxing experience, want to learn more about classical music, or just want to hear virtuosic performances by some of the best, young performers in the UK, this concert is just for you.   The Piccadilly Sinfonietta is one of the UK’s most exciting young ensembles.  Founded in 2018, the ensemble has performed in halls throughout the UK including London, Liverpool, Edinburgh, Manchester and further afield.  The Piccadilly Sinfonia exists to perform the world’s greatest classical music in the UK’s most historic venues.   The concert features breath-taking feats of virtuosity in Vivaldi’s Four Seasons and the “stunning” playing of pianist Warren Mailley-Smith in Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 12 in A major.   Award-winning concert pianist and a favourite performer for the British Royal Family, Warren Mailley-Smith, recently became the first British pianist to perform Chopin’s complete works from memory. An exceptional talent and a self-deprecating sense of humour, combined with his formidable technical skill and mature musicality, makes him a favourite with audiences.   So why not treat yourself to a spectacular evening and join us for a concert to remember of uplifting music. St James' Church, London DD/MM/YYYY

Details

St James' Church
197 Piccadilly
Piccadilly

London
W1J 9LL
England


Programme

George Frideric HandelArrival of the Queen of Sheba
Antonio VivaldiThe Four Seasons
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartPiano Concerto no.12 in A major, K.414/385p
Johann Sebastian BachViolin Concerto in E major, BWV 1042

Performers

Warren Mailley-Smith – piano

Piccadilly Sinfonietta

Programme Note

On Valentine’s Day, in the heart of London, join us for a romantic, candlelit evening in the stunning St James’s Church, Piccadilly with the Piccadilly Sinfonietta and pianist and Artistic Director, Warren Mailley-Smith.

 

The concert features timeless works by the monumental composers, Mozart, Handel, Bach, and Vivaldi.  If you’re looking for a special evening with your Valentine, in need of a relaxing experience, want to learn more about classical music, or just want to hear virtuosic performances by some of the best, young performers in the UK, this concert is just for you.

 

The Piccadilly Sinfonietta is one of the UK’s most exciting young ensembles.  Founded in 2018, the ensemble has performed in halls throughout the UK including London, Liverpool, Edinburgh, Manchester and further afield.  The Piccadilly Sinfonia exists to perform the world’s greatest classical music in the UK’s most historic venues.

 

The concert features breath-taking feats of virtuosity in Vivaldi’s Four Seasons and the “stunning” playing of pianist Warren Mailley-Smith in Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 12 in A major.

 

Award-winning concert pianist and a favourite performer for the British Royal Family, Warren Mailley-Smith, recently became the first British pianist to perform Chopin’s complete works from memory. An exceptional talent and a self-deprecating sense of humour, combined with his formidable technical skill and mature musicality, makes him a favourite with audiences.

 

So why not treat yourself to a spectacular evening and join us for a concert to remember of uplifting music.

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