St Barnabas Summer Proms 2013

The St Barnabas Summer Proms 2013 were held from Saturday July 20th to Friday August 9th 2013, with 12 concerts - 10 evening and 2 lunchtime concerts, ending with a ‘Last Night of the Proms’ Gala Concert on Friday August 9th. 
This was our 4th series, following successful Proms in 2008-2010.  The emphasis was on popular classics played by well-known musicians, providing perfect entertainment for summer evenings in Ealing.  
   Concerts were held ‘in the round’, with the piano and musicians in the centre of the nave, so everyone was reasonably close to the performers. We have a superb Bosendorfer concert grand, used by the BBC at Maida Vale studios for broadcasts, and a state-of-the-art projection system and big screen so that everyone can see the musicians at close quarters.

Saturday 20th July 7.30 pm
Haydn : The Creation
A ‘come and sing’ performance of Haydn’s masterpiece, organised and conducted by Paul Jeanes.  With Philippa Boyle (soprano), Stephen Anthony Brown (tenor) and Ian Belsey (bass), chorus and orchestra.
Monday 22nd July 7.30 pm
Viv McLean piano recital
Mozart : Sonata in E flat K 282
Beethoven : Sonata Op 13 “Pathetique”
Beethoven : Sonata Op 27 no 2 “Moonlight”
Schumann : Arabeske Op. 18
Chopin : Nocturne in E flat Op 9 no 2
Chopin : Waltz in D Flat Op 64 no 1 “Minute Waltz”
Chopin : Ballade No 1 in G minor Op 23
Chopin : Ballade No 3 in A Flat Op 47
Chopin : Two Etudes from Op. 25  
Wednesday 24th July 11.00 am
Children’s Prom – The Karelia Duo
For children aged 4-11 
Wednesday 24th July 7.30 pm
The Grier Trio
Savitri Grier (violin) Indira Grier (cello) Francis Grier (piano)
Faure : Cello sonata in G minor
Beethoven : Violin sonata in A minor Op 47 “Kreutzer”
Brahms : Piano trio in B major Op 8
Friday 26th July 1.00pm
The Rothke String Quartet
Haydn : String Quartet Op 76 no 3 ‘Emperor’
Dvorak : String Quartet Op 96 ‘American’
Friday 26th July 7.30 pm
The Petros Singers
The acclaimed chamber choir present ‘Summer Loving’ – a celebration of love and marriage, including music by Purcell, Tomkins, Parry, Vaughan Williams, Britten, Lauridsen and Eric Whitacre
Monday 29th July 7.30 pm
Ashley Fripp piano recital
Haydn : Sonata No. 60 in C major, Hob. XVI:50
Chopin : Three Waltzes Op 70
Chopin : Berceuse Op 57
Chopin : Barcarolle Op 60
Rachmaninov : Preludes Op 23
Wednesday 31st July 7.30 pm
Fenella Humphreys (violin)
Philip Higham (cello)
Robert Thompson (piano)

Haydn : Piano Trio in C major Hob XV:27
Beethoven : Piano Trio in D Op 70 no 1 ‘Ghost’
Mendelssohn : Piano Trio in D minor Op 49
Friday 2nd August 1.00 pm Henry Tong (violin)
Mishka Rushdie Momen (piano)
Mozart : Violin sonata K 378
Beethoven : Violin sonata in E flat Op 12 no 3
Friday 2nd August 7.30 pm
St Barnabas Proms Opera Gala !  with
Rebecca Rudge (soprano)
Jeanette Ager (mezzo-soprano)
Anando Mukerjee (tenor)
Donald Maxwell (baritone)
and Charles Economou (piano)
A wonderful selection of popular and famous arias from operas and operettas, including Don Giovanni, Marriage of Figaro, La Boheme, Rigoletto. Carmen etc, organised by the celebrated baritone Donald Maxwell 
Monday 5th August 7.30 pm
Seta Tanyel piano recital
Mozart : Piano sonata in C major K 330
Beethoven : Piano sonata Op 57 ‘Appassionata’
Chopin : Nocturne Op 9 no 1
Chopin : Scherzo no 4 in E Op 54
Chopin : Andante Spianato and Grande Polonaise
Wednesday 7th August 7.30 pm
Richard Milone & Julia Burkert-Milone (violins) Alexandra Urquhart & Polly Rylands-Richey (violas) Tania Lisboa & Sarah Westley (cellos) with Hugh Mather (piano)
Mozart : String Quintet in C K 515
Mozart : Piano Quartet in G minor K 478
Brahms : String Sextet in B flat Op 18
Friday 9th August 7.30 pm
‘THE LAST NIGHT OF THE PROMS’ Gala all-stars concert
With Fenella Humphreys (violin), Alena Lugovkina (flute) Viv McLean (piano), Victoria Simonsen (cello), Richard Russell (clarinet), Anando Mukerjee (tenor), Jeanette Ager (mezzo), Paul Jeanes (organ)

Solo items, and all the traditional ‘Last Night’ items, including ‘ Land of Hope and Glory’, ‘Rule Britannia’ and ‘ Jerusalem ‘.

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Last Night of the Proms 2010

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 station is Ealing Broadway (on the Central and District Lines). From Ealing Broadway, use the E2 or E9 bus services.  Taxis are also available outside the station.