Morley Chamber Orchestra Beethoven Piano Concerto Series: Concert 4



3 May 2018


19:45 - 21:15


Morley College London, 61 Westminster Bridge Road London SE1 7HT



This year we are launching our new Orchestra Series, starting in October with all performances taking place in Morley's Emma Cons Hall and the final performance at the musical landmark, St John's Smith Square.

Our orchestra will give a series of five concerts in 2017-18, conducted by Charles Peebles. These will include the performance of all Beethoven’s piano concertos with Morley tutors as soloists, as well as ‘new’ works by John Woolrich, Colin Matthews and Paul Sarcich.

Register your attendance today

Exploring Beethoven's Piano Concertos course







Morley College London, Emma Cons Hall

Morley Chamber Orchestra Beethoven Piano Concerto Series 4

Mozart Symphony in D K111/120

John Woolrich, The Theatre Represents a Garden: Night

Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 4 in G

Eleni Mavromoustaki

View all other upcoming concerts in this series

About Eleni Mavromoustaki

Eleni has performed in concerts with orchestras including the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra, the Patras Chamber Orchestra, the state orchestra of Thessaloníki, and collaborated with the Scottish Ensemble and the Hyperion Ensemble. Performances have taken her to Greece, Cyprus, Italy, Iceland, South Korea, the UK and USA, appearing in venues such as the Megaron in Athens and Thessaloníki, The Rialto Cyprus, St.Martin-in-the-Fields, The Queens Hall Edinburgh and The Seoul Concert Hall.

She has also recorded for CYBC radio and television on several occasions. Her successes include prizes at the Maria Callas Grand Prix in Athens, Mozart International Competition Salzburg, the EU Piano Competition in Prague, the Royal Overseas League Competition, the Patras International Piano competition and the George Themis Pan-Hellenic Piano Competition.

Outside her solo activities Eleni is an enthusiastic chamber musician performing with her sister, violinist Victoria Mavromoustaki, and violinist Harry Kerr. Eleni has a keen interest in contemporary music and has collaborated with composer Constantinos Stylianou on a number of occasions.

Born in Cyprus Eleni began piano lessons aged five and later trained at the Royal College of Music and Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. Her mentors have included her mother Novia Mavromoustaki, Pitsa Spyridaki, Yu Chun Yee, Yonty Solomon, Fali Pavri and Martino Tirimo. During her studies Eleni was generously supported by the Leventis Foundation.

Keep up to date with news from Morley College