Articles tagged quartet

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

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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 […]

A welcome return visit to Dulwich Picture Gallery by the Wihan Quartet

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The International Record Review has described the Wihan Quartet from Prague as one of the best quartets in the world. That is something to live up to. “I think it is because until recently all […]

Musical Postcards

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Practical Action works with some of the poorest people in the world, helping them choose and use appropriate and sustainable technologies to lift themselves out of poverty. We are the SE London Local Group of volunteers. […]

South London’s leading ensemble celebrates diversity of British Music

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The St. George’s Chamber Orchestra, Beckenham’s professional chamber orchestra, has announced a concert in December, with a unique programme of universally appealing British music, featuring household names alongside lesser known composers. The St. George’s Chamber […]

South London’s leading ensemble finally appears at Dulwich Picture Gallery

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Dominic Moore, the musical director of the renowned St George’s Chamber Ensemble, is also one of the three founders of St George’s Chamber Orchestra. Just days before our chat they had a celebration concert to […]

Local maestro leads the music highlight of the Dulwich Festival

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The Chilingirian Quartet will be thrilling the audience when they play at the Dulwich Festival on 14 May. The name belies the local link. Levon Chilingirian is the founder and leader of this world famous […]

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

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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

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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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