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Live Concert: Christmas Comfort and Joy

St Mary’s Church Putney

London Mozart Players bring joy and comfort to all, with four Christmas concerts packed with seasonal favourites and winter warmers.

Live Concert: Christmas Comfort and Joy

St John’s Upper Norwood

London Mozart Players bring joy and comfort to all, with four Christmas concerts packed with seasonal favourites and winter warmers.

Live Concert: Grayshott Concerts

St Luke’s Church Grayshott

In one of her final concerts before retiring from the concert platform, Tasmin Little will perform Vaughan Williams’ stunningly beautiful The Lark Ascending as well as Bach's Violin Concerto in E major.

Live Concert: A Christmas Carol

Fidelio Orchestra Café

Festive seasons past, present and future combine in this seasonal treat as Charles Dickens gives a dramatic re-telling of his classic tale: ‘A Christmas Carol’.

Fidelio Orchestra Café

Festive seasons past, present and future combine in this seasonal treat as Charles Dickens gives a dramatic re-telling of his classic tale: ‘A Christmas Carol’.

St John’s Smith Square

LMP’s Piano Explored 2020/21 season at St John’ Smith Square opens with the charming one-movement Capriccio Brillant and Saint-Saëns much-admired second piano concerto.

Live Concert: Piano Explored – Schumann

St John’s Smith Square

The second Piano Explored lunchtime concert of 2021 features an unashamedly Romantic work that mirrors the marriage of the composer Robert Schumann and his wife Clara.

St John’s Smith Square

Two brilliant concertos, Mozart’s light and delicate piano concerto in F major and Shostakovich’s second piano concerto, make up LMP’s February Piano Explored lunchtime concert.

Live Concert: Piano Explored – Mozart

St John’s Smith Square

March’s Piano Explored concert is dedicated to a real favourite of the classical repertoire, Mozart's twenty-first piano concerto.

Live Concert: Piano Explored – Hummel

St John’s Smith Square

In April, Piano Explored will bring you Hummel's E major piano concert, the perfect starting point for anyone unfamiliar with the work of one of the most talented pianists/composers of his day.

St John’s Smith Square

Directing from the piano, Howard Shelley introduces a two-concerto lunchtime concert that pairs a Mozart masterpiece with an unknown gem.