Around the Globe Music & Arts


Diary of forthcoming events

  • Around the Globe Piano Music Festival

    Sunday, 2nd December 2018, from 10 AM
    The Study Society
    Colet House
    151 Talgarth Road
    London W14 9DA

Previous events

Around the Globe Piano Music Festival Winners' Piano Recital

Saturday, 19th May 2018, at 7 PM
St Mary Magdalene Church, Munster Square
London NW1 3PT

The launch of the non-profit company “Around the Globe Music & Arts”

Thursday, 1st February 2018
St Cyprian's Church
Glentworth Street
London NW1 6AX

With a concert production of Contemporary Composers & the Piano

Lola PerrinA non-profit company “Around the Globe Music & Arts” was launched with an extraordinary piano concert featuring performances by composers playing their own piano works in the restrained and beautiful setting of the turn-of-the-century St Cyprian's church, near Baker Street in London.

We much enjoyed hearing many diverse music styles including an authentic and exceptionally musical performance of Lola Perrin's selection of pieces from her opus of piano suites, which bear traits of modern classical styles with emerging jazz elements.

This was followed by UK premiere of the astonishing Shakespeare's Sonnets, composed by Vera Milankovic whose theatre piano music is full of beautiful archaic tunes and harmonies. In addition, a moving recitation by actress Vesna Stanojevic of mainly love sonnets transferred us back in time to a baroque era.

Vera and Vesna

Vera's other performance of a solo piano piece, homage to famous Serbian writer and poet Isidora Sekulic and her Norwegian Letters, was both inspirational and highly praised.

Vera Milankovic

Another UK premiere was a compelling “Jewish Piano Suit” (1989), written by prominent Serbian composer, the late Aleksandar Vujic (1945- 2017). An outstanding performance by renowned pianist Olga Dudnik brought to light the complexity and true conception of the piece using a wide spectrum of tembre, great pianistic artistry and strong emotional charge.

Olga Dudnik


Photos (c) Nenad Obradovic.

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