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Notting Hill Orchestra

Notting Hill Orchestra & Choir seeks musicians and vocalists

The Notting Hill Orchestra and Choir for film music is seeking applications for all musicians and vocalists. They welcome professional and non-professional musicians, with all ages accepted. Weekly rehearsals will be in the form of a workshop guided by professional musicians. The Orchestra’s repertoire will include film music as well as a classical repertoire and [...]

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St John's Church Notting Hill

Explore St John’s Church during Open House London this weekend

This weekend (Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st September 2014), the wonderful Open House London sees many fascinating buildings across London opening up their doors, allowing visitors a peek at spaces, areas and more that would normally be closed to the public. Joining in, on Saturday 20th September, is St John’s Church in Notting Hill. From 12pm to 5pm, [...]

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Aspect Foundation for Music and Arts

Aspect Foundation for Music and Arts returns for its Autumn 2014 season

Aspect Foundation for Music & Arts recently revealed its line-up of Autumn 2014 concerts, the first of which will take place on Wednesday, 1st October. Titled Alma Mahler: Muse or Monster, this first concert explores the enigma of Alma Schindler Mahler Gropius Werfel – married three times and with a litany of lovers, what was it about her [...]

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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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