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This page contains links to musical sites which you may find useful.

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Music and events in Dulwich

Astraeus Ensemble

Bow repairs: Stephen Thompson - The Bowsurgery

Dulwich OnView, the online magazine celebrating people and culture in the Dulwich area

Dulwich Picture Gallery concerts

Dulwich subscription concerts

Dulwich Subscription Concerts are concerts given mainly by local musicians, especially young performers at the start of their careers. They are held in Dulwich College Old Library, an intimate venue with great acoustics.

East Dulwich Forum

Horniman Museum

Living South

SE22 magazine

South Circular Orchestra (SCORE)

South London Music Shop

Tom Hammond's site

Music and the arts in Southwark

Southwark Arts Forum

Southwark Council Arts

Courses etc

Benslow Music Trust, Hitchin, Herts, year-round short courses in music-making of all types: classical, jazz, etc. for strings, woodwind, brass, keyboard, etc.

Malvern winds

Sound collective

Conway Hall courses and workshops


The wider world

Blackheath Halls

Harmony Sinfonia

The Hector Berlioz Web Site

John Holland - judge for the DSO Young Composer award

Kings Place

Lambeth Orchestra

London Harmony

London Amateur Musicians' Network (Lamnet)

Making Music

Making Music represents and supports amateur and semi-professional music groups of all genres throughout the United Kingdom. We provide a comprehensive range of artistic and administrative services and development and training opportunities. Making Music also lobbies on behalf of our members to national and local government and other agencies


oclassical is a site for exchanging information and opinions about classical music concerts – not just “what's on?”, but “what's it like?” and “how good is it?”.

Royal Opera House YouTube Channel

Society for the Promotion of New Music

Founded in 1943, spnm is a membership organisation for anyone with an interest or involvement in new music. In particular spnm is committed to finding the best of the next generation of composers and has launched the careers of many of the UK's leading composers. From catwalk to concert hall, working in theatres, galleries, night-clubs, cinemas and even in power stations, spnm seeks to showcase their talents in ever-broader and more exciting environments.

Southbank Centre

Tonedeaf Comics guide to Mahler Symphonies

UK Amateur Orchestras

jumping off point for an unofficial round-up of the huge number of non-professional orchestras in the UK (also called community orchestras in some circles).








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