Articles tagged classical music

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Award winning Quartet promises to woo the Dulwich audience with musical masterpieces

The Castalian Quartet may be only five years old but during its short existence it has garnered a prize every year in major international competitions. The first was in Hanover 2013, another one in Lyon […]

Southwark Youth Orchestra – Calling Young Musicians!

Southwark is a borough with much to celebrate and be proud of, and Southwark Youth Orchestra (SYO) is a unique opportunity for young musicians to come together to form a real community orchestra with one of […]

Why live art really matters

Tom Sutcliffe might have reached his seventies but he is as passionate as a teenager about the arts and when he talks about art he means live performing arts. He feels strongly that theatre, opera, […]

Hear it Live! at Horniman Museum: a review

On Tues 29 Dec, Masumi Yamamoto and Daniela Braun performed in the Music Gallery as part of Horniman Museum‘s Hear it Live! event series. Hear it Live! takes place on the last Tuesday of every […]

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. […]

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 […]

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 […]

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