Our lunchtime concerts take place on the first Friday of the month, from 12.30 to 1.15pm.
They are kindly sponsored by Ballet4Life and promoted on organrecitals.uk and in The New London Organ Concerts Guide.
Admission is free with a retiring collection (please add Gift Aid where possible) for the church’s music fund. All welcome. See concert photographs in our Flickr albums. Read more about our Organ.
January 6th – Ian Shaw (formerly Durham Cathedral)
February 3rd – Simon Gregory (formerly director of music, Emanuel School)
March 3rd – Richard Leach (Ealing Abbey)
March 31st – Phoebe TM Show (St Martin-in-the-Fields and All Saints Orpington)
May 5th – Christopher Saward (Church of the Annunciation, Marble Arch)
June 9th – Roger Sayer (International concert organist) – Celebrity recital for the Bedford Park Festival
February 4th – Jonathan Dods (St Michael & All Angels, Bedford Park)
March 3rd, Thomas Allery
April 1st, Kelly Yeung
May 5th, Robert Hainault
June (Bedford Park Festival)
July 1st, Nicholas Wearne
September 2nd, James Perkins
October 10th, Ilaria Centorrino
November 4th, Timara Easter
December 2nd, Mark Brafield
‘Lunchtime Organ Recitals Resume at St Michael & All Angels’ – Chiswick Herald:
‘After an 18-month gap caused by COVID-19, monthly Lunchtime Organ Concerts resume this week in St Michael & All Angels Church, Bedford Park’.
June Jonathan Dods’ Organ Concert in the Bedford Park Festival.
September 3rd, Jack Spencer (St Michael & All Angels),
October 1st, Callum Anderson, (St Peter’s Acton Green),
November 5th, Jonathan Lilley (Waltham Abbey)
December 3rd, Polina Sosnina (St Martin in the Fields/Brompton Oratory).
September 13th James Johnstone (Guildhall School of Music & Drama, and Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance)
(on a Victoria and Albert theme for the Chiswick Book Festival
October 4th Nicholas Wearne (Birmingham Conservatoire)
November 1st Charles Andrews (The Temple Church)
December 6th James Gough (St Martin in the Fields)
They are kindly sponsored by Ballet4Life.