FOR its next performance, the Hillingdon Philharmonic Orchestra has an evening of Mendelssohn, Tchaikovsky and Elgar’s music.

The concert will include Tchaikovsky’s dazzling violin concerto, for which the orchestra are joined by soloist Alexandra Lomeiko.

An acclaimed violinist and recipient of numerous prizes, she has performed across the globe as a soloist, chamber and orchestral musician.

Most recently, she was awarded one of the Philip and Dorothy Green Young Artists Awards from the Making Music Foundation.

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The concert will open with Mendelssohn’s popular Hebrides Overture, also known as Fingal’s Cave. The orchestra will also perform Elgar’s Symphony No.2 in Eb major, the composers’ last completed work.

Currently in its 33rd season, the Hillingdon Philharmonic has more than 60 members. In addition to countless concerts in the borough, the group has also performed at venues including the Queen Elizabeth Hall and Southwark Cathedral.

The concert will be led by Lucy Cumming and conducted by the founder of the orchestra, Peter J Williams.

Mendelssohn, Tchaikovsky & Elgar. Saturday, June 22, 7.30pm, at St. Mary’s Church, The Fairway, South Ruislip. Tickets: £12 (concessions £10, children 11-16 £5, under 11 FOC, family ticket £22).

Book online at:  or call 01895 674223. Tickets also on the door until sold out.