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A Night at the Movies


Come to a fun evening of fabulous movie music, played by big bands – the Heroes Band and The Dulwich College Symphonic Wind Band and Big Band. It is it be held on 12 May 2016 […]

Harmoniemusik – acclaimed ensemble known for its versatility and entertaining concerts


Paul Guinery has a voice like spiced honey and according to a radio critic he is the voice of BBC Radio 3. Someone at the upper echelons of the radio station must have heard that […]

Dulwich Foundation Schools Commemorate Christ’s Chapel

photo courtesy of Daniel Shearing

On the night of March 16, choirs and orchestras from the three Dulwich foundation schools gathered in the Southbank Centre to perform Verdi’s Requiem Mass in honor of the 400th anniversary of the consecration of […]

Primavera – a Spanish Spring


The plants and flowers are in bud, the days are stretching out, the gloom of winter is beginning to lift. We are almost officially in spring. The Concordia Chamber Choir will raise your spirits even […]

The Foundation Schools’ Concert at the Royal Festival Hall

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The three Dulwich Foundation Schools Alleyn’s, Dulwich College and JAGS will come together on 16 March 2016 to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the consecration of Christ’s Chapel of God’s Gift at Dulwich. Over 450 […]

David Cairns: Sir Thomas Beecham made England a more musical nation

The well-known and revered music critic David Cairns admits freely that he is a devotee of Sir Thomas Beecham, and maybe that is not too strong a phrase as David Cairns has admired the British […]

Volunteer at the 2016 Dulwich Music Festival


Volunteer at our London Piano Festival in June 2016. We have plenty of perks for volunteers! The Dulwich Music Festival relies on a large team of volunteers to help us run the event on the day. All team members […]

Half Moon Blues

Stevie Smith in full flow

Looking from the outside at the damp exterior of the Half Moon Pub in Herne Hill on a chilly January day in 2016, it’s hard to envision it as a hotbed for London’s live blues […]

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