Mary's Perivale is a tiny, beautiful 12th century church situated close
to Western Avenue in Perivale, West London. It became redundant in 1972,
but has now been transformed by the Friends of St Mary's Perivale into
an exceptional music venue serving West London. We have an excellent reputation
for consistently superb concerts, given by many of the best musicians
in London. Admission is free to all concerts (except the New Year's Day Gala), with a retiring collection, and no tickets are issued, so just turn up ! We warmly invite you to visit this wonderful music venue.
Forthcoming events at St Mary's Perivale
|Sunday 16 June 3.00 pm
||Robin Michael (cello) Daniel Tong (piano) Beethoven: Cello sonata no 1 in F Op 5 no 1, Beethoven: Cello sonata no 2 in G minor Op 5 no 2, Beethoven: Cello sonata no 3 in A Op 69, Beethoven: Cello sonata no 4 in C Op 102 no 1, Beethoven: Cello sonata no 5 in D Op 102 no 2 more details LIVE STREAMED
|Tuesday 18 June 2.00 pm
||Umberto Jacopo Laureti (piano) Respighi: Ancient Airs and Dances, Chopin: Barcarolle Op 60, Beethoven: Piano Sonata in E Op 109, Busoni: Toccata BV287 more details LIVE STREAMED
|Wednesday 19 June 7.30 pm
||The Florisma Baroque Ensemble with Penelope Appleyard (soprano) present ‘Baroque Heroes' - a varied programme of vocal and instrumental works by Bach, Handel, Vivaldi etc. more details LIVE STREAMED
|Sunday 23 June 7.30 pm (please note time)
||West London Sinfonia present their annual concert of chamber and instrumental ensembles more details
Click to find full details of all future concerts in the
Events section, and an Archive of about 500 concerts.
Here are details of our Tuesday Afternoon Piano Recital series.
We now LIVE stream most concerts, so you can enjoy them as they happen via this LIVE STREAM link
We record many of our performances and you can see some of these on our Video Channel.
We produce regular EMAIL FLYERS with details of concerts here and at St Barnabas. CLICK HERE to subscribe
We hope to see you soon at St Mary's Perivale. Come and join us - you will be very welcome.
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