The second of three concerts celebrating the centenary of William Lloyd Webber (1914-1982). His sons, Andrew and Julian, both achieved world-wide fame, one for a series of smash-hit musicals and the other as an internationally acclaimed cellist.
Julian Lloyd Webber will read from "Travels with my Cello" with Q&A about his father within a programme of chamber works. A very special occasion to meet and hear members of the Lloyd Webber family.
William Lloyd Webber: Fantasy PIano Trio - In the Half-light (cello and piano) - The Gardens at Eastwell (violin and piano)
Andrew Lloyd Webber: Music of the Night (cello and piano)
Julian Lloyd Webber: "Travels with my Cello" followed by Q&A
Rachmaninov: Elegiac Trio (piano trio)
Verter Piano Trio: Min-jin Kym (violin) - Jiaxin Lloyd Webber (cello) - Marc Verter (piano)
Reader: Julian Lloyd Webber
Children under 12 enter free. The final centenary concert will follow at 7.30pm with the West London Sinfonia orchestral concert at St Barnabas Church. Refreshments will be available before leaving.
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West London’s newest award-winning, multi-arts festival will take place from October 10th to 26th at various venues in the London Borough of Ealing.
The Festival has a special focus on highly innovative programming that encompasses music, opera, visual art, literature, film, dance and heritage events.
The 2014 Festival is drawing inspiration from Galileo Galilei whose father, Vincenzo, was one of the leading inventors of opera and whose eldest daughter, Virginia, was a copious letter-writer - a family of stars and star-gazers.
There will be a new opera, concerts, films, drama, poetry, new visual art, family events and events about families, and much more, to intrigue and delight.
The Festival is also putting on its first poetry competition with the theme Constellations. The competition will be judged by George Szirtes, internationally acclaimed winner of the T S Eliot and many other prizes. Click on Poetry Competition to find all the details for entering your poetry online or by post. Closing date for entry is September 8th.
Please go to www.ealingautumnfestival.co.uk/poetry-competition for further information.