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Celebrating the hundredth lunch-time concert with a special programme


During term time Jill Alexander can be seen each Wednesday walking through Dulwich Picture Gallery inviting visitors to a concert in Christ’s Chapel and each week she gets a new group of interested supporters. The […]

Philharmonia Chamber Players at the Southbank Centre


On Thurs 20 October, musicians from London’s Philharmonia Orchestra performed chamber music in the Royal Festival Hall of the Southbank Centre as part of the Philharmonia’s Chamber Music Series. The works performed were Brahms’s String Sextet No. […]

Two young ladies meet after 350 years to finally hear the music


One of the most loved paintings in Dulwich Picture Gallery is Gerrit Dou’s A woman playing a clavichord, but it has a sister painting, Young Lady playing the Virginal. This famous work of art is […]

The Herne Hill Music Festival returns this Autumn

Camilla George, performing on 7th October

The Festival this October opens in spectacular style with two contrasting events on Friday 7th – Mozart’s Don Giovanni performed by Dulwich Opera Company in the new hall at Herne Hill School, and the Camilla […]

Coffee, Tea and Harmony…..A New Crystal Palace Choir!


If you like cake, coffee and singing, then you might like to find out more about Crystal Palace’s latest singing group – B&G Cafe Choir! It launched at Brown & Green Cafe in June this year […]

South London Community Music: West End and Swing


Featuring the all-swinging, all-singing, all-dancing ensembles of South London Community Music (SLCM), join over 80 performers for an epic evening musical extravaganza on Saturday 2nd July 2016. Regulars at All Saints in Dulwich, the evening […]

11 O’Clock Tick Tock – The story of U2 at the Half Moon

U2 Half Moon Herne Hill poster 1980

In May 1980, U2 released their first single from Island Records, “11 O’Clock Tick Tock“, and embarked on a handful of low-key club shows over the next few weeks to promote it. During this period […]

Joglaresa, a group of gifted musicians putting the fun into medieval music


There is a hint of mischief in Belinda Sykes, the musical director of Joglaresa. She is a respected academic, a top classical musician and has travelled the world to research music from the Middle Ages […]

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