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Stories Without Words: The Philharmonia Orchestra

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It has always amazed me how music can spark the imagination and tell the most vivid stories. My experience with orchestras in particular has been very limited, so attending a concert at the Royal Festival […]

Southwark Young Carers hold a WordArt performance at Dulwich Picture Gallery on Friday 21 February 2014

WordArt: in partnership with Action for Children’s Southwark Young Carers project Young carers from Southwark have been working with spoken word artist Paul Cree to write their own interpretations of Dulwich Picture Gallery’s Old Master […]

And all that Jazz!


Slip on your blue suede shoes and skip on over to James Allen’s Girls’ School for an evening of Sing and Swing, Blues and Brass, Big Band, Bebop, Barbershop and much much more….! The schools […]

A riveting recital by celebrated cellist Philip Higham will wow the Gallery audience


Two years ago Philip Higham was described by the musicians’ bible The Strad as having “all the qualities of a world-class artist’. Other critics hail him as the star cellist of his generation. Philip Higham […]

A Very Valentine Concert


When a representative of the Wings of Hope Achievement Awards, WOHAA, came to our school last Autumn, my friends and I decided we wanted to get involved. In summary, Wings of Hope is a children’s charity […]

A Christmas Carol Service with a difference

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World Child Cancer is a small local charity, working to improve cancer diagnosis, treatment and care for children with cancer in some of the poorest countries in the world. This year to kick start the […]

A trio with much brio makes a welcome return to Dulwich Picture Gallery


Three leading members of the renowned Ensemble 360 plays under the name Leonore Piano Trio. Last September Ensemble 360 thrilled the audience at the Gallery with their music, this year they make a welcome return […]

How to turn children and young people into classical music lovers

photo by Dave Stapleton

Classical music is a term that makes young people shrug their shoulders, often with the comment, “it’s not for me.” This is something that the renowned Brodowski Quartet, supported by the Cavatina Chamber Music Trust, […]

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