Walbrook Music Trust

Music for the City of London

The Walbrook Music Trust is a source of high quality live music to the City of London and beyond. You are welcome to our Free 'platform concerts' held at 1:00 pm Tuesdays in the Christopher Wren designed St Stephen Walbrook - a 2-minute walk from Cannon Street or Bank Underground Stations.

John Seagrim, Chair of Trustees
Henry Tong (violin)
Henry Tong (violin)

Born in Taiwan in 1991, Henry came to England to study at the Yehudi Menuhin School with Lutsia Ibragimova, and with David Takeno at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, where he completed his Bachelors and Masters degrees with distinction. He is currently working on his Advanced Diploma at the Royal Academy of Music, under the guidance of Margaret Faultless, Pavlo Beznosiuk and Carole Cerasi.

AERIS BRASS
AERIS BRASS

Aeris Brass formed in 2015. They have done many tours and concerts across the UK, and have recorded and performed with internationally renowned soloists Carol Jarvis, Rick Taylor, Mike Lovatt, Rex Richardson, Emily White, and John Kenny. All members are based in London but perform internationally regularly, and the group often perform in Scotland.

Sian Philipps
Sian Philipps

Siân Philipps made her debut with the Philharmonia Orchestra in July 2004 and was subsequently invited to perform at Bridgewater Hall Manchester, Symphony Hall Birmingham and in April 2006 performed for the President of Austria in the Ferstl Palace in Vienna. She has performed with conductors including Ilan Volkov, José Cura, Nicolae Moldoveanu and André de Ridder with London and Manchester orchestras. She has performed at all of the major London recital Halls including the Wigmore hall and St. John's Smith Square in 2006. In 2007 she performed with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra at the Henley Festival, at the Musikverein, Brahmsaal at the invitation of the British Ambassador and at the International Schubert Tage in Vienna.

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