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Notting Hill Carnival 2013

It’s Notting Hill Carnival time again!

Where has the last year gone? I certainly remember last year’s Carnival as if it were yesterday…but yet it’s already Carnival time once again! That’s right, this Sunday and Monday – 24th and 25th August – Notting Hill’s streets will be packed to the brim with the revellers, soundsystems, jerk chicken stalls, Red Stripe sellers…and the Carnival [...]

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Aspect Foundation for Music and Arts

Aspect Foundation concert on 25th June concludes their 2013/2014 season

The Aspect Foundation for Music and Arts’ very successful 2013/14 season comes to a close next week with Schumann – Music, Tales and Magic (Part II): Schumann’s Piano Cycles and the Novels of Jean Paul taking place in the beautiful setting of Leighton House. The concert will feature pianist Susan Tomes, one of Britain’s foremost [...]

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Notting Hill Mayfest 2014

Notting Hill Mayfest 2014 is nearly here!

As we edge ever closer to the fifth month of the year and to proper, glorious spring, we’re also soon to see the latest edition of the Notting Hill Mayfest! This month-long cultural festival will once again host a number of exciting events, from music and opera to talks, art, cinema and kid’s activities, which [...]

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Aspect Foundation Words of Music

Aspect Foundation’s next Words of Music event on 26th March

Following on from their wonderful Tolstoy and Music: Kreutzer Sonata event last month, the Aspect Foundation for Music and Arts returns to the 20th Century Theatre on Wednesday 26th March to present another in their Words of Music series of concerts – Seven Last Words by Joseph Haydn, performed by the Endellion String Quartet, together [...]

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Kreutzer Sonata

ASPECT Foundation presents ‘Tolstoy and Music: Kreutzer Sonata’, 6th February 2014

Renowned violinist Dmitry Sitkovetsky and acclaimed pianist and former BBC Radio 3 presenter Iain Burnside will perform with the lauded Czech string ensemble The Zemlinsky Quartet in another wonderful ‘Music in Context’ concert presented by the ASPECT Foundation for Music and Arts. The evening will explore Tolstoy’s inspiration for his controversial novel, which was inspired [...]

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