Excited to launch my new film of Chopins Grande Waltz Brillante op 18.… Read More

Final preparations for Warren’s marathon undertaking of Chopin’s complete solo piano works intensified this month, with a number of Chopin-only recitals in London, Cambridgeshire and Newcastle University. The official brochure for the St John’s series was published at VIEW SEASON BROCHURE HERE and the official promotional video – https://youtu.be/or20xHvhFBg The month ended with an enjoyable visit to Wales where… Read More

The start of this month saw the filming of the promotional video for Warren’s forthcoming Chopin series, in situ, at St John’s, Smith Square.  The shoot comprised various shots of Warren in performance, an extended interview with Chopin author Jeremy Nicholas and various external shots of the venue. Warren returned to Warwick University to give… Read More

Warren accepted an invitation to perform at the Hawth Arts Centre in Crawley this month to provide a recital in aid of the mayoral charity: The Alzheimer’s Society. Another charity recital followed soon afterwards at The Cornerstone in Milton Keynes where virtuoso works by Chopin featured largely in the programme. The following week he was in Leicester… Read More

That review for the mainly-Chopin Newport recital arrived: ” …. superb technical control and well maintained dynamics … To have a pianist such as Warren Mailley-Smith play for Newport Music Club was a real treat and a fantastic way to end the current season.”… Read More

Continuing preparation for his forthcoming Chopin series at St. John’s Smith Square, London Warren has now released the dates of the eleven monthly recitals spanning 2015 and 2016. He also provided a scintillating performance of several of the great composer’s major works for the Newport Music Club. His performance earlier in the month at the… Read More

Warren has been practicing in anticipation of the annual Valentine’s Day Sparkling Concert at Ely Cathedral. Nearly 700 people – including about 300 romantic couples of all ages – attended and enjoyed Warren’s solos, a rare performance of the chamber version of Beethoven’s ‘Emperor’ and operatic highlights sung by soprano Susie Parkes.… Read More

A recital at St. Martin-in-the-Fields was enjoyed by a capacity audience who listened to works by Grieg, Schubert, Chopin and Liszt. There followed an introduction to Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue by Gershwin’s biographer and BBC broadcaster Rodney Greenberg before Warren’s zestful performance.… Read More

Having returned from playing on another successful cruise Warren presented his popular Christmas Piccadilly concert to an appreciative full house in central London.… Read More