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About

Since winning First Prize at the Maria Casals Piano Competition in Barcelona, British pianist Viv McLean has performed in all the major venues in the UK as well as throughout Europe, Japan, Australia and the USA. Viv's concerto work includes appearances with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Halle Orchestra, English Chamber Orchestra, BBC Concert Orchestra, Sinfonia Viva, Orchestra of the Swan, Orchestra of St John's, Northern Chamber Orchestra, Scottish Concert Orchestra and the National Symphony Orchestra under the baton of such conductors as Daniel Harding, Wayne Marshall, John Lubbock, Christopher WarrenGreen, Owain Arwell Hughes, Philip Hesketh, David Charles Abell, Stephen Bell, Carl Davis, Rebecca Miller and Marvin Hamlisch.

Viv plays regularly with the Adderbury Ensemble and the Le Page Trio and has also performed with other leading chamber groups such as the Ysaye String Quartet, the Sacconi String Quartet, members of the Elias, Allegri, Tippett String Quartets and Leonore Piano Trio, Ensemble 360 and the Leopold String Trio. He has collaborated with musicians such as Natalie Clein, Marianne Thorsen, Daniel Hope, Lawrence Power, Mary Bevan, David Le Page, Matthew Sharp, Guy Johnston and many others.

Viv studied from an early age with Ruth Nye and, after attending Chetham's School of Music, he went on to study at the Royal Academy of Music with Hamish Milne. Whilst studying at the Academy, he was the winner of the piano competition at the Royal Overseas-League Music Competition and was selected as one of the winners of the National Federation of Music Societies' Young Artists Competition. Viv has recorded for Sony, Naxos, Nimbus, RPO Records, ICSM Records, Harmony & Imagination Records and his most recent releases are a Chopin recital and a selection of live recordings for Stone Records.

 

Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
General Admission£20.00 per ticket

Purchase tickets: https://osoarts.ticketsolve.com/shows/1173622838

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Map & Directions

Public Transport Directions

The OSO Arts Centre is right by the Pond on Barnes Green, with its entrance on the Green itself, next to Côte Brasserie.

​Getting to the OSO is easy:

They are a short walk from Barnes and Barnes Bridge railway stations, with regular trains from Clapham Junction, Waterloo and Richmond

Frequent buses run from Putney and the south side of Hammersmith Bridge. Please note that Hammersmith Bridge is temporarily closed. For more details please check the Transport For London website

If you’d prefer to drive, there are parking spaces near Barnes Green and parking is free in many spots after 12pm.

Viv McLean: OSO Arts Centre

Type:Theatre

OSO Arts Centre, 49 Station Road, London, Barnes, SW13 0LF

Tel: 020 8876 9885

Opening Times

Season (30 June 2022)
DayTimes
Thursday19:00

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