Musicians from LCM & LCM Junior College

An Exhibition Concert at
The University of West London, Weston Hall
St Mary's Road, Ealing W5 5RF
5.00pm on Sunday 17th

LCM Junior College:

Paganini                     Caprice Op.1 No.24
Johann Strauss II        Pizzicato Polka
Queen                        Under Pressure
School of Rock           Teacher's Pet
J.S. Bach                     Prelude No.9
Imagine Dragons       Believer

LCM BMus Students:

Mozart                        Als Luise die Briefe ihres ungetreunen Liebhabers verbrannte K.520
Chopin                        Etude in A Flat Major, Op. 25, No.1
Schubert                     An die Musik
Fauré                          Impromptu no. 3 in A flat, Op. 34
Copland                      Long Time Ago (from Old American Songs)
Piazzolla                     Oblivion (arr: Ma Pak Hong Benny)
Piazzolla                     Escualo (arr: Ma Pak Hong Benny)
Alexej Gerassimez      Piazonore


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With its foundations rooted in the formal conservatoire tradition, LCM Junior College has a history of 60 years, and has since grown into a diverse, versatile and forward thinking musical community. The College offers the very best in performing arts provision, covering the whole musical experience by encouraging students to join their ensembles and workshops alongside one-to-one music lessons in a fun and supportive environment. Teaching is across all genres and is tailored to suit the needs of individual students, whether in instrumental, singing, one-to-one or ensemble activities.

Performance is at the heart of the London College of Music community and particularly so for Junior College students, who perform in a number of concerts throughout the year. These performances provide their students with the opportunity to build their confidence and showcase their talents.

This concert is a showcase and platform for young local artists organised in conjunction with LCM and
LCM Junior College which the Festival supports through scholarships and grants