'A national performing arts company that specialises in creating brand new music theatre. We work across the UK and Ireland with leading industry professionals to offer unique opportunities and high-quality training to young singers, actors, dancers and musicians as well as emerging artists and stage technicians.'  Formerly Youth Music Theatre UK.


Also indexedYouth Music Theatre UK

'A world-leading Higher Education provider, we offer exceptional vocational training to actors, stage managers, technicians, directors and designers, regardless of their background or economic circumstances. We are also an awarding organisation, delivering world-renowned qualifications in communication and performance and inspiring the next generation of confident communicators through our examinations in drama, literature and poetry.'


'The ethos of the School is to provide a rounded music education beyond the individual instrumental lesson. London Youth Conservatoire offers a holistic music education including one-to-one instrumental lesson, group playing and musicianship classes with a specialised music curriculum and multiple opportunities to perform. Our students are not only instrumentalists, they are also team-players, leaders, communicators, mentors, performers.'


'The award-winning Tri-borough Music Hub (TBMH) is the lead organisation that oversees the delivery of music education in three West London boroughs - the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea; the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham; and City of Westminster - working with schools, pupils and the workforce.'


‘Piano lessons London at WKMT aims to spread the passion for music amongst all its students. Some of our piano students will end being professional pianists and many others will develop into wonderful piano music enthusiasts. The very purpose of our work is to make Piano lessons in London accessible to everyone ... Our passion for music doesn't stop just there. WKMT London music events are classic! All our students, sessionists, fellow performers and composers are invited to share their talent at our established and professionally recorded London Music Festivals.’


Also indexedWKMT

'A non-auditioned, all-female group of approximately 65 singers who explore well-known jazz songs from the 1930s onwards, plus other popular music. There are a variety of approaches to develop group arrangements and fluency in jazz performance.’ ... The Jazz Ensemble is ‘small auditioned jazz singing group for experienced men and women singers. A high level of commitment with rehearsal attendance and practice at home is expected‘.


Also indexedJazz Ensemble

‘A non-auditioned choir open to all singers who perform much of the standard repertoire, as well as a wide range of new and more recent music, including several works written especially for them.’ Note also the Addison Chamber Choir - ‘an auditioned choir of between 20-30 voices’.


Also indexedAddison Chamber Choir

‘An amateur choir based in West London. FHCS was formed in 1951 and has grown into an ambitious 100-strong choir. Membership is open to anyone with or without choral experience ... The Choir performs three concerts each year, performing a variety of styles and in a range of venues in the local area often joined by professional orchestras and soloists. We also support local communities by singing at a variety of events and raising funds for charities.’

‘One of London’s best brass bands! ... Formed in 1895, Fulham Brass Band has a long history of music making and strong links with the local community. We have a regular programme of concerts scheduled throughout the year, TV and film work, and frequently compete against other brass bands at venues around the country. Our friendly, sociable and accomplished ensemble always welcome brass and percussion players that are new to the London area.’


Fulham Camerata aspires to be a distinctive amateur choir. We are a chamber choir. With relatively few voices to each part, everyone can hear themselves, hear those alongside them, and feel part of a genuinely collaborative enterprise. Fulham Camerata does not ask would-be members to audition; rather, we welcome and support new members. Over the years, we have found that “self-selection” works – and people feel confident enough to stretch themselves ... Our repertoire has included classical and contemporary, sacred and secular music and we sing with orchestras, piano and organ, and a cappella — however the spirit moves us!’


'An inclusive and successful group providing excellent musical training for children from age 4 upwards. There is no audition and no previous experience is necessary - all your child needs is enthusiasm and commitment. The choir meets on Tuesdays at Fulham Library, and children are taught singing, general musicianship and most importantly a love of singing and making music together. The choir performs regularly in and around Fulham and has taken part in concerts at Fulham Palace and the Royal Albert Hall.'


‘The orchestra, originally the Fulham Municipal Orchestra, gave concerts around the borough in association with Fulham Borough Council and, from 1965, under the sponsorship of the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham ... As a result of changes to the organization of the Inner London Education Authority in the 1980s and resultant funding cuts, the orchestra changed its name to the Fulham Symphony Orchestra and became an independent organization ... At the heart of its current activities, the orchestra is committed to exploring the large-scale symphonic repertoire in rehearsal and to presenting the results of this exploration in high-quality performances.‘


‘A youth chamber choir based in London. Set up in 2011 as a collaboration between Ralph Allwood, ex-Director of Music at Eton College, and Ed Watkins, Director of Music at the West London Free School. The aim of the choir is to bring together great singers from a group of state schools in London with the best choral direction from the private sector to create a choir that tackles challenging music to a first class standard ... WLFS is the first of the government’s new free schools and is a specialist music school where music teaching is rated Outstanding by Ofsted.‘

'Founded in 1997 ... It performs with its own period instrument orchestra and has attracted considerable acclaim for the high quality of its performances, its imaginative programming, and its ability to discover and nurture outstanding young singers. Classical Opera  launched a new strand of work under the name of The Mozartists in 2017. While Classical Opera will continue to present performances and recordings of complete operas, our other concert work will be presented by The Mozartists to reflect our expanding repertoire and ambitious plans.'


Also indexedClassical Opera

‘One of London’s leading amateur chamber choirs ... of about 35 voices, based in Hammersmith ... We give three or four concerts each year, mainly in West London but also regularly in major venues in Central London and sometimes further afield. We perform a wide variety of music to a high standard, placing particular emphasis on vibrant and communicative singing. Repertoire is often idiosyncratic, eschewing the typical canonical works to shine a light on forgotten masterpieces and rare choral treasures. We collaborate with top-class soloists and instrumentalists ... The Choir was founded in 1983 as St Peter’s Singers, having emerged from members of the eponymous church choir looking to perform a wider repertoire ... As we had long-since spread our wings from our church base and become a purely concert choir, in 2011 our name was changed to Petros Singers.’


'A leading fringe Opera Company established in 2011, specialising, but not limited to, the larger works of the 19th& 20th centuries. It offers emerging and established singers a platform to perform major repertoire not often staged outside the major houses. We have been critically acclaimed for our immersive and dynamic productions.'


Also indexedFulham Opera | Opera A La Carte

'Since it was founded in 1971 W11 Opera for Children and Young People has commissioned and produced 34 new operas, more than any other UK company, providing a rich repertoire for its cast of 9 to 18 year old children and young people ... Our long term mission is to create a workable repertoire of through-sung pieces that can be staged by schools and community groups. A W11 commission is as likely to hail from the rock, jazz or musical comedy genres as it is to embrace many-layered contemporary classical writing.'


'The Parish Choir performs a wide range of music, both popular cathedral-style repertoire and more unusual music – from striking South American baroque works to South African choral dances and new commissions by contemporary composers ... Music by the Bridge Talented young and often local musicians perform in church in monthly Friday concerts (February–July and September–November). Refreshments are available at the back of church. Concerts are free. There is a retiring collection to support choral scholarships at All Saints.'


Also indexedMusic by the Bridge

‘The Bhavan aims to preserve, encourage and propagate the teaching and understanding of Indian art and culture as an integral part of the culture of the United Kingdom. It commends universal values in performance and studies. Our objective is to provide a centre of learning in the UK for Indian culture.'


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