We are at 197 Piccadilly London W1J 9LL between Piccadilly and Jermyn Street, about 200 yards from Piccadilly Circus.
St James’s Church follows the government’s guidance on Covid protocol. All visitors are strongly encouraged to wear face coverings when inside the church if they can, and to check in on arrival using the NHS Covid-19 app.
Friday 26 November at 1:10pm
Dominic Alldis, piano
Andrew Cleyndert, double bass
Martin France, drums
In 1959 the Jacques Loussier Trio released a seminal album called “Play Bach”. Their blending of classical music and jazz led to a new musical genre called Third Stream. The trio went on to sell more than 7 million records and play 3000 concerts worldwide. Jacques Loussier sadly passed away in March 2019. The Dominic Alldis Trio is now touring a tribute to Jacques Loussier. Today’s concert will include music by Bach, as well as the trio’s own arrangements of classical themes by Handel, Fauré, Satie, Ravel, Tchaikovsky, Chopin and Bartók.
Pre-registration for our lunchtime concerts is no longer necessary
Our lunchtime concerts are made possible through the generosity of our audiences, and we welcome donations after the concert (suggested amount £5 per person)
This concert will be livestreamed via our YouTube channel at 1:10pm
Tuesday 30 November at 7pm
This annual event offers guests a star-studded evening of carols, live performances, festive readings and Christmas cheer.
Saturday 23 October at 7:30pm
The stunning musicians of the Piccadilly Sinfonietta perform Vivaldi’s timeless classic.
Tuesday 26 October at 7:30pm
Join us for an evening of sustainable glamour with Emeli Sande and Yoana Karamova; organist Anna Lapwood and climate scientist Ed Hawkins.
Wednesday 27 October at 1:10pm
Waka Hasegawa and Joseph Tong play Schubert, Edwin Roxburgh, Ravel and Poulenc.