Julian Lloyd Webber’s call for Ireland statue

Julian Lloyd Webber is suggesting that a statue of composer John Ireland should be erected in South Kensington.

He was assistant organist at Holy Trinity Sloane Square at later organist and choirmaster at St Luke’s in Chelsea.

The 50th anniversary of his death falls during the Diamond Jubilee celebrations in June 2012 and Julian Lloyd Webber would like the statue to be unveiled around that time.

Julian’s father William was organist at St Cyprian’s Clarence Gate.

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