2018-19 seasons features solo recitals at St John’s, Smith Square, St James’ Piccadilly, St Martin in the fields, Southwark CathedralChopin Cycle at 1901 Arts Club and St Ann’s Manchester.   See Concert Diary for more details
Piccadilly Christmas Concert 2018 is on Fri 21st December at 7.30pm.  More details soon!
2018-19 seasons features solo recitals at St John’s, Smith Square, St James’ Piccadilly, St Martin in the fields, Southwark CathedralChopin Cycle at 1901 Arts Club and St Ann’s Manchester.   See Concert Diary for more details
Piccadilly Christmas Concert 2018 is on Fri 21st December at 7.30pm.  More details soon!

Welcome to the website of London concert pianist,
Warren Mailley-Smith

 

Acclaimed British Concert Pianist

The London-based pianist has developed a large following across the UK.  Audiences have been warming to his outstanding pianism, effortless technique and charismatic charm.

He is currently making waves in the music world through his extraordinary achievement of performing the complete solo works of Frederick Chopin from memory. This was performed over 11 recitals at the wonderful venue of St John’s Smith Square in London. A feat conceivable for very few pianists and undertaken by even fewer.

Warren Mailley-Smith London Concert pianist

 

Classic FM has recently featured his CD Rhapsody in Blue as CD of the week and he has performed on many occasions for the British Royal Family.

This website invites you to:   

Watch the artist playing and talking,  listen to and buy his recordings.

Read what the critics have to say.

Check out his performing schedule.

 Read more about the Complete Works of Chopin series.

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Book tickets to hear him perform live & leave a comment for others to read,  

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Announcing The Piccadilly Chamber Music Series 2019

Following a successful launch season in 2018, Artistic Director of The Piccadilly Chamber Music Series, Warren Mailley-Smith is delighted to announce the 2019 Series.      The theme for 2018 was “The Complete Beethoven Piano Trios”  and the theme for 2019 is confirmed as “The Great Romantics”, featuring a selection of well-loved romantic masterpieces and much more. 

The 2019 series sees an exciting lineup of international soloists and leading chamber musicians.  Performers include Rowena Calvert (cello), Martyn Jackson (violin),  Matthew Jones (violin), Cara Berridge (cello), Tim Lowe (cello), Harriet Mackenzie (violin), Victoria Simonsen (cello), Zoe Beyers (violin), Pavlos Carvalho (cello) and Miriam Teppich (violin).  Box office opens in December.  More info to follow.