Former St Paul’s teacher performs at Fulham classical recital

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All Saints Church’s monthly Music by the Bridge series will host a performance by The Paulina Quartet on 5 May


Award-winning pianist John York

Music lovers will be treated to an unmissable concert at a Fulham church when a world-renowned pianist performs.

All Saints Church’s monthly Music by the Bridge series will tonight (5 May) host a performance by The Paulina Quartet, featuring award-winning pianist John York.

With Ted Barry on violin, James Sleigh on the viola, Erica Simpson playing the cello, and Helen Neilson on double bass, the quintet is set to play Schubert’s legendary chamber piece, The Trout, at Pryors Bank church.

The concert marks a return to the borough for John York, whose four decade-long career has taken him around the world, and included 20 years as senior music head at St Paul’s Girls’ School, in Brook Green.

The free concert takes place from 7.15 to 8pm, with doors opening at 6.45pm and refreshments available.

More concert dates for the diary include Friday 9 June, when the All Saints Parish Choir and Junior All Saints Singers present an exultant choral programme, called Rejoice!, as part of HF ArtsFest.

The series continues with A Taste of Summer on Friday 7 July, with Emily Andrews playing flute and David Massey on guitar.

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