Music atT ST MARY'S PPerivale

Sunday September 10th 3.00 pm
Jayson Gillham (piano)

Bach: Toccata in C minor BWV911
Bach: 2 Preludes & fugues BWV 873 and 867
Bach: Fantasia & Fugue in A minor BWV904
Bach/Petri: Sheep May Safely Graze
Bach/Hess: Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring
Bach/Rachmaninoff: Suite from Partita BWV1006
Bach/Busoni: Chaconne BWV1004

Admission free with retiring collection. No tickets issued beforehand

Born and raised in Queensland, London-based Australian pianist Jayson Gillham is recognised as one of the finest pianists of his generation. He is internationally praised for his compelling performances and relentless elegance. Jayson's recent performances of Beethoven Piano Concerto No.4 with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Vladimir Ashkenazy, were met with critical acclaim. After receiving numerous prizes from some of the world's leading piano competitions, it was Jayson's win at the 2014 Montreal International Music Competition that brought him to international attention. Jayson's outstanding performance of Beethoven's Piano Concerto No.4 was described as being performed “with such streamlined patrician elegance that he took home the 1st Prize and a string of engagements to follow.” (Huffington Post)

Jayson now performs with some of the world's leading orchestras and conductors. In recital, Jayson performs at prestigious venues across the globe including the Wigmore Hall, Louvre Auditorium, Saffron Hall, Royal Nottingham Concert Hall, City Recital Hall Sydney, Melbourne Recital Centre and the Queensland Performing Arts Centre amongst others. Chamber music forms an important part of Jayson's career with highlights including performances with the Jerusalem, Carducci, Tinalley, Brentano, Ruysdael and Flinders string quartets.

Jayson records exclusively for ABC Classics and the recent release of his debut recital album (Oct 2016) featuring works by Bach, Schubert and Chopin immediately reached the No.1 spot in both the Core Classical and Classical Crossover ARIA charts. In 2017 Jayson will record works by Medtner and Rachmaninoff with the Melbourne Symphony, and, will also feature in a documentary film about the life of Geoffrey Tozer with Jayson performing Medtner Piano Concerto No.1.

A graduate of the Queensland Conservatorium of Music, where he studied with Leah Horwitz, Jayson relocated to London in 2007 to pursue a Master's degree at the Royal Academy of Music (RAM) with Christopher Elton.

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