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*ONLINE* Sunday Concerts: Simon Callaghan

28th March 2021 · 6:30pm - 8:30pm

In person | Virtual event

 *ONLINE* Sunday Concerts: Simon Callaghan

** We are sadly unable to welcome an audience to Conway Hall for this performance due to the national lockdown. Tickets for the live streamed performance are still available. **


Conway Hall’s historic Sunday Concerts series is presenting its 2021 Spring Season as a series of live online performances via Youtube Live, using state of the art live-stream equipment to give you the very best in audio and visual quality.  


Simon Callaghan (piano)

Due to unforeseen circumstances, we are sorry that the Greenwich Piano Trio are not able to play for us on 28 March. Their concert will be postponed to the autumn and will be announced in due course. We are delighted that our Director of Music Simon Callaghan will step in to perform a programme of Beethoven and Schumann, alongside lesser-known gems by Nicodé, Fanny Mendelssohn and Clara Schumann. Gramophone magazine described Simon as ‘a musician of curiosity and discernment, [whose] robust piano-playing is also thoughtful, subtle and refined’. Please join us for a wonderful solo piano recital, live from Conway Hall!

For further information, visit Simon’s website



Beethoven | Sonata in C minor ‘Pathétique’ Op. 13
Fanny Mendelssohn | Song without Words Op. 8/3
Jean-Louis Nicodé | Memories of Robert Schumann ‘Six Fantasy Pieces’ Op. 6/4
Clara Schumann | Romance in A minor Op. 21/1
Jean-Louis Nicodé | ‘A Life of Love’ (Ten Poems): Reue (Regret) Op. 22/6
Jean-Louis Nicodé | Memories of Robert Schumann ‘Six Fantasy Pieces’ Op. 6/6
Schumann | Arabeske Op. 18
Schumann | Carnaval Op. 9

Simon introduces the music of Jean-Louis Nicodé in this short video:

About the Sunday Concerts

Founded in the 1880s, our chamber music concert series is the longest-running of its kind in Europe. Conway Hall was purpose-built in 1929 to host concerts and lectures, and they have continued here until the present day. The ethos of “affordable classical music for all” still remains.


** This performance will be live-streamed online using YouTube Live. A link to join the concert will be sent to ticketholders on the day of the event. **

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