Free Lunchtime Concert

Fri Apr 26 2024 at 01:00 pm to 02:00 pm

St Marylebone Parish Church | London

St Marylebone Parish Church
Publisher/HostSt Marylebone Parish Church
Free Lunchtime Concert
Join us for our next lunchtime concert of 2024 on 26th of April!
About this Event

Join us for our next lunchtime concert of 2024 on 26th of April! Our free lunchtime concert series continues this year and will host musicians studying at the Royal Academy of Music. The concerts showcase a variety of musical traditions and provide a space for up-and-coming musicians to perform in a relaxed lunchtime setting.

This April we have classical Pianist Anjulie Chen.

Classical Pianist Anjulie Chen is an emerging young artist who is establishing a reputation as a musician with „an admirable musical sensibility“. Her playing has been praised for its subtlety, stylishness and warmth“ and is „full of poise, elegance and feeling“. Anjulie engages with a multitude of repertoire, but is especially devoted to Schubertian and French repertoire – a passion that has led her to work with eminent artists such as Thomas Adés and Kirill Gerstein on invitation by the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Dame Imogen Cooper, Pascal Rogé and Dina Yoffe. She has been accepted to numerous prestigious festivals such as the International Musicians Seminar Prussia Cove, the Oxford Piano Festival and the Virtuoso&BelCanto Festival on invitation by cellist Adrian Brendel. The year 2022 was marked by her successful and critically well received debut solo appearance at Tokyo Bunka Kaikan and her collaboration with Soprano and Conductor Barbara Hannigan. Other achievements include the third prize at the Lagny-sur-Marne International Piano Competition and earning second place at the RAM Strings and Piano Duo Prize. 2023 sees the release of her debut album in collaboration with Barbara Hannigan on chamber music by Igor Stravinsky with Linn Records. Additionally, Anjulie is a two-time scholarship recipient of the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Programme) who generously support her throughout her studies. She first began her music studies at the University for Music and Performing Arts Munich with Prof. Thomas Böckheler and moved to London two years later to study with Prof. Colin Stone at the Royal Academy of Music, where she completed the undergraduate course with a first class honours degree in 2022 and is currently pursuing a Master of Arts degree.


Leoš Janáček’s “In the Mists” (ca. 15min) and Franz Schubert’s Piano Sonata No. 21 in B Flat Major, D. 960.


Event Venue & Nearby Stays

St Marylebone Parish Church, 17 Marylebone Road, London, United Kingdom


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