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Nearby: Holborn

Weekly, Saturday evenings, September - June in Central London. No need to book.

 

Category Folk Clubs

‘We offer a wide range of part-time, evening and weekend music courses at many levels to suit your needs and aspirations, with highly motivated teachers. You can learn to play a wide range of instruments, or further develop your skills. You can explore jazz, learn or improve your singing and work in our professionally-equipped music technology studio. We are passionate about helping you to learn music and find the right level music class for you.’ The Department also offers series of concerts and recitals by their students which are normally open to the public free of charge.

 

‘The Department of Culture, Communication and Media (CCM) is committed to excellence in teaching, research and consultancy in the areas of Art, Design and Museology, Academic writing, English education, Applied Linguistics, Music Education, Learning with Digital Technologies and teacher professional development.’

 

Category Holborn
Also indexedInstitute of Education | UCL

'The largest and leading centre in Europe for the study of music from Asia, Africa, the Middle East and their diasporas, located in the heart of a city famous for its thriving and diverse musical cultures.'

 

Also indexedSOAS University of London

‘We are an independent arts organisation (non-religious) and our goal is to inform and inspire audiences with an exciting original programme of live performances, educational events and collaborative projects and to support musicians playing Jewish music across the UK enabling them to preserve traditional heritage, create new work and reach the widest audiences.‘

 

Held Mid May: ‘Based at St Pancras Parish Church, London, the London Festival of Contemporary Church Music presents a full programme of services, concerts, recitals, and talks, showcasing the very best in contemporary liturgical music for choir and organ.’

 

‘The Society was formed as long ago as 1953 for lovers of opera and song. You do not have to be knowledgeable to enjoy our meetings, just come along! Both visitors and new members are always welcome. We pride ourselves on having specialised equipment to get the best out of all sorts of recordings, from 78s to the most recent CDs/downloads. In our large hall recordings can sound far finer than within the confines of one's own home ... Programmes are given both by visitors and our members. They are frequently singers, who are experts in their field or knowledgeable or enthusiastic amateurs who simply want to share their love of the human voice with others.’

 

‘Our members are adult amateur woodwind players. The two ensembles that make up the Bloomsbury Music Group  provide opportunities for us to develop our musical ability and ensemble skills in relaxed and informal settings. We are building a varied repertoire of woodwind ensemble music and we regularly perform in public.‘

 

Also indexedBloomsbury Band of Flutes and Clarinets | Bloomsbury Woodwind Ensemble

‘Formed early in 2016 with the aim of bringing musicians in the centre of London together in a new, friendly and motivated local orchestra. Whilst our aim is to make music of a high standard, our rehearsals are very relaxed with very little pressure! We believe arts in general, and music in particular, make people's lives happier and more fulfilling. Our mission is ​to help make music more accessible, to players of all levels and backgrounds, but also to a diversity of audiences. Our moto is to keep rehearsal and concert fees low, to attract a wide range of people to engage with us and music.‘

 

‘An award winning women’s barbershop chorus based in central London. We sing a cappella and everything from classic barbershop to musical numbers and pop songs, and are dedicated to achieving a high standard and having fun. We love to perform and put on several concerts throughout the year. We also compete nationally and internationally, having won the gold medal at the 2017 Spanish Association of Barbershop Singers.’

 

'One of London’s leading amateur choirs. A lively and friendly choir of around 150 members, LCC puts on a wide variety of classical music concerts, from unaccompanied church music to large-scale choral works, as well as giving concert performances of operas and songs from the shows.'

 

Category Choral Societies

‘London Sacred Harp sings every week in London, UK in the tradition of a cappella community folk hymn singing from the United States. The Sacred Harp is also the name of the book we sing from. The tradition has roots in Europe, but has mainly developed in the American South. We don’t rehearse or perform. We sing for our fellow singers. Everyone sings. Everyone sings loudly and freely. And everyone sings for their own enjoyment. Anyone can learn to sing Sacred Harp. Our singings are open to all. Singers of all religions and none are welcome. There is no fee or subscription, but we do suggest a small donation to help us cover our basic costs. And you don’t need to be able to read music or have a so-called “good” voice.’

 

‘A mixed voice choir, rehearsing and performing in central London and around the globe since 1983 ... Members hail from a range of professions and backgrounds, and the repertoire spans from the Renaissance to the modern. The Chorale is committed to keeping Welsh music alive in London, and has supported many young professional singers and orchestral players in our professional concerts. New members are always welcome!‘

Category Choral Societies

‘Formed in 1902 and quickly gained a reputation for excellence in performance and success in competition in England, Wales and Paris. Disrupted by the two World Wars, the Choir was re-established in 1961 and now has over one hundred members.’

 

‘An independent symphony chorus based in London. Founded by Walter Legge in 1957 ... We are always happy to hear from new singers and welcome new members in all voice parts. We like to think that our exciting programme of engagements, the emphasis that we place on training and development, and the warm and friendly atmosphere makes us the obvious choice for anyone with ambition to sing in one of the UK's leading symphony choruses.‘

 

Category Choral Societies

‘We are a dynamic and enthusiastic choir ... formed of students/alumni from colleges of the University of London. ... We perform a wide-ranging repertoire from ancient to modern and popular to classical. Our recent concerts have included works by Handel, Tallis, Elgar and Eric Whitacre; Elizabethan madrigals and songs by Billy Joel, Cole Porter and Coldplay to name but a few ... ULCC is an auditioned choir as we believe this allows us to maintain a high standard and the best vocal range and blend for our small chamber choir. Auditions can frequently put people off but ours are designed to be friendly! Your audition will usually involve performance of a song which shows off your voice, as well as a short sight-reading exercise which is given to you at the time. We welcome anyone who is interested to come along and audition.’

 

Category Chamber Choirs

'The Bloomsbury acoustic is ideal for music of all kinds, both instrumental and vocal. The curved pews provide a feeling of intimacy wholly in accord with the ethos of chamber music. In order to capitalise on these assets, three series of Wednesday recitals take place annually ... The artists are drawn mainly, though not exclusively, from the London music colleges or their recent graduates ... Many of Britain's leading concert and cathedral organists have performed on the organ in recent years ...'

 

Category Churches

'Conway Hall is owned by Conway Hall Ethical Society and was first opened in 1929. The name was chosen in honour of Moncure Daniel Conway (1832 – 1907), anti-slavery advocate, out-spoken supporter of free thought and biographer of Thomas Paine. The Hall now hosts a wide variety of lectures, classes, performances, community and social events. It is renowned as a hub for free speech and independent thought ... Conway Hall is and always will be the place for those who dare to dream of a better world.'

 

Also indexedConway Hall Sunday Concerts

‘The Foundling Museum explores the history of the Foundling Hospital, the UK’s first children’s charity and first public art gallery. We aim to inspire adults and children to make a positive contribution to society, by celebrating the power of individuals and the arts to change lives ... Whether you're looking for unique things to do in London this weekend, or activities for children, there's always something on at the Foundling Museum. From special exhibitions, free displays and activities for families, to concerts and talks.’

 

'Seating over 600 people, St. Pancras Church is an excellent venue for concerts, recitals, lectures and other events ... We are pleased to host Lunchtime Recitals every Thursday at 1.15pm given by a variety of talented performers. Everyone is welcome. The recitals are free, with a plate at the back of the church if people would like to leave a donation for the musicians.‘

 

Category Churches

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