The biggest classical festival in Ealing will see world class musicians taking to the stage.
The St Barnabas Summer Proms 2014 will be held from Monday (July 28) to August 8 at St Barnabas Church, Pitshanger Lane, Ealing, and entails six evenings full of pieces by popular composers.
Organiser Hugh Mather said: “Classical music never gets much of a showing in the local media but it’s a unique, wonderful summer event.
“It’s more like a party than a concert with stunning world class musicians and communal singing.
“We are hoping for 100 people per night for the concerts and 400 for the galas and we have a spectacular last night planned.”
Tickets can be bought on the door and all proceeds go to the church.
Admission is £10 except for the last night gala which will cost £20.
Monday July 28: Viv McLean piano recital Beethoven, Chopin, Gershwin
Wednesday July 30: The Grier Trio Mozart, Franck and Brahms
Friday August 1: St Barnabas Opera Gala - Rebecca Rudge, Jeanette Ager, Anando Mukerjee, Samuel Queen
Sunday August 3: Meng Yang Pan piano recital Beethoven, Chopin, Liszt
Wednesday August 6: Richard Milone, Nigel Blomiley and Hugh Mather - Piano trios by Mendelssohn and Beethoven (‘Archduke’)
Friday August 8: Last night of the proms gala concert - Solo items and all the traditional last night music.
For more details on the concerts visit: www.barnabites.org/summerproms/