Friday Lunchtime Concerts

All concerts start at 1.00 pm and last for about 45 minutes.

The concerts are free with a voluntary retiring collection.

No tickets are needed – everyone is very welcome.

We attract many of the best musicians in London, and aim for a ‘Wigmore Hall’ standard of performance. 

All concerts are organised by Hugh Mather.  We have a fine Bosendorfer concert grand piano which was previously used by the BBC for broadcasts from Maida Vale studios.

Musicians wishing to perform should write to Dr Mather at hmather@btopenworld.com  .

All proceeds go to St Barnabas Funds.  Over £205,000 has been raised since 2007.

Click here for an ARCHIVE of over 400 lunchtime concerts  and 19 major festivals held since 2007, and a list of over 400 musicians who have performed in our concerts.

Feb 17th The Blaze Ensemble
Mozart : ‘Gran Partita’ in B flat K 361
Feb 24th Fenella Humphreys (violin) Somi Kim (piano)
Lily Boulanger: Nocturne & Cortege
Beethoven: Violin sonata in A Op 30 no 1
Faure: Violin sonata no 2 Op 108
March 3rd Viv McLean (piano)
Bach: ‘Goldberg’ variations
March 10th Ellie Lovegrove (trumpet) Richard Moore (organ)
Handel: Overture from Music for the Royal Fireworks
Bach: Trio super Allein Gott in der Hoh BWV 664
Purcell: Sonata in D
Eben: Okna (movts 3,4)
Bach: ‘In dir ist freude’ BWV 615
Escaich: Tanz-fantasie
March 17th Beethoven Piano Society of Europe senior prizewinners concert
Andrei Iliushkin
Bach-Busoni : Chaconne in D minor
Beethoven: Piano sonata in E minor Op 90
Scriabin : Piano sonata no 3
March 24th The Lunaire String Quartet
Haydn: String quartet Op 77 no 1 in G major
Mendelssohn: Two pieces for string quartet Op 81
March 31st J5O Brass Ensemble
Chris Hazell : Struth!
John Williams : Scherzo – Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
Roblee : American Images
Scott Joplin: Maple Leaf Rag
April 7th Katerina Nazarova (violin) Olga Sitkovetsky (piano)
Tchaikovsky: ‘Meditation’ from Souvenir d’un lieu cher
Franck: Sonata for violin and piano
Heifetz/Prokofiev: ‘March’ from Love for Three Oranges
April 14th Good Friday – no concert
April 21st Richard Thompson (cello) Rosie Richardson (piano)
April 28th Stephen Anthony Brown (tenor) Paul Jeanes (piano)

 

Location : St Barnabas church is on the corner of Pitshanger Lane and Denison Road, in North Ealing. Its postcode is W5 1QG. Parking is always available on neighbouring streets, and there are no meters or residential parking schemes. The nearest tube stations are Ealing Broadway (on the Central and District Lines) and Hanger Lane (on the Central Line). From Ealing Broadway, use the E2 or E9 bus services. Taxis are also available outside Ealing Broadway tube station. The church is a 15 minute walk along Brunswick Road from Hanger Lane tube.