Almost 1,200 people attended the fifth Ealing Music and Film Festival which has been praised as "five great days".
The popular event drew music lovers to venues across the borough, including University of West London and St Barnabas Church, for events in music and film.
It saw the likes of Ealing Symphony Orchestra, Emilie Capulet, English Chamber Orchestra and Ealing Youth Orchestra delight crowds across the borough.
Artistic director, Julian Gallant, who joined the Tippett Quartet as pianist on the Sunday (February 12) at St Mary's Church, said almost 1,200 people attended overall.
Mr Gallant, who has been in his role with the festival for three years, said: "It was five great days.
"This is my third festival I have been involved with in the artistic managing of it - it is the fun bit of deciding what is going to go in there.
"At St Mary's Church they have a fantastic piano so that was a joy to play and it is a lovely place to do a concert.
"They (the acts) were all brilliant in their own right. We know what works so the mixture this year and the range is something I'm very proud of.
"The highlight this year has to be hearing the English Chamber Orchestra playing with Tenebrae Choir, playing Mozart Requiem.
"It (the festival) is bringing up and exploiting local talent and what Ealing has to offer."
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