There will be a piano recital by Bishop Michael Marshall at St Stephen Walbrook next month.
The recital, on Thursday 13 March at 7pm, will include pieces by Chopin including ’Nocturne No 20 In C minor’ which was published posthumously. The piece was played by Holocaust survivor Natalia Karp for the Nazi concentration camp commandant Amon Goeth who was so impressed that he spared Karp’s life.
The recital finishes on a lighter note with Bishop Michael and Roy Hyslop, who is showing an exhibition of his paintings, sing songs by Noel Coward and Irving Berlin.
The evening will end with a reception and the opening of the Roy Hyslop exhibition which runs until 24 March. Proceeds of the recital and the sale of paintings will go to the work of SPA (Scripture Prayer Action).