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Nearby: Hampstead

www.fluteschoollondon.co.uk

'We love to present a course that can cater for all levels of flute-player (apart from the complete beginner). Whether you are an aspiring professional, a school student or a part-time hobby flautist, there is something there for you and you will come away inspired and with lots of new tips and things to practise. We also feel there is a place for a central London-based non-residential course - keeping the costs down this way. We have been told by both teachers and students that we are the most friendly and personal of this type of flute course - why don’t you see for yourself!'

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www.hampsteadartsfestival.com

'Our aim is to engage, interest and move our audiences with unique and beautiful presentations at Hampstead’s most intimate venues ...'. Held Mid November.

Category:Arts Festivals
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icmp.co.uk

'Widely regarded as one of Europe's leading schools of modern music. Located in London and established over 30 years ago, we have been developing and delivering cutting-edge courses to students of contemporary music for longer than any other UK-based school.'

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www.unityfolkclub.org

‘Helping to keep left-wing folk singing alive ... Everybody welcome, especially singers and poets who sing or read against war, capitalism, exploitation, privatisation, imperialism and globalisation ... Torriano Meeting House is a user-funded grass-roots volunteer-run arts and community organisation in Kentish Town.’

Category:Folk Clubs
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Also indexedTorriano Meeting House
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www.belsizebaroque.org.uk

'One of the leading amateur baroque orchestras. It comprises young professionals, students, and top amateur baroque players from London and elsewhere. The orchestra performs on period instruments in an historically informed style. It collaborates regularly with leading baroque directors to give orchestral performances, and works on baroque and classical repertoire with choral groups.'

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belsizecommunitychoir.wordpress.com

Interested in singing? Passionate about choral music performed well? Want to make some new friends in the community? We are an inclusive, fun, engaging community that values the playful and relaxed pursuit of choral excellence. We rehearse for about an hour, stop for a glass of wine (or two) and then rehearse for another 45 minutes or so.'

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www.brentoperawesthampstead.co.uk

‘A long-established opera group in North West London that puts on two fully staged and costumed productions a year.‘

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hampsteadchamberchoir.org

‘Our repertoire mix is distinctive, ranging from plainchant and a cappella polyphony, via traditional Classical and Romantic masterworks, to music by contemporary composers. Under the guidance of a professional conductor and accompanist we aspire to perform to the highest level. We rehearse weekly, giving three or four concerts a year. Membership is by audition.‘

Category:Chamber Choirs
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hampsteadchorus.org.uk

‘A friendly, un-auditioned local community choir based in North West London. We offer communal music-making for those who would like to take up choral singing and for those have sung in the past and would like to resume ... The Chorus was established as the UCS Centenary Choir and continues to be closely associated with University College School where it is based, although it today comprises singers from both within the UCS community and the wider Northwest London area.’

Category:Hampstead
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Also indexedUCS Centenary Choir
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www.lindenbaroque.org

Linden Baroque is a unique and much loved part of the British Early Music movement. Formed in 1982 by a group of early music enthusiasts in the front room of a house in Linden Gardens, Chiswick, (London) it combined the talents of a band of music students, young professionals and talented amateurs. Many of the original members now have prominent careers in the early music field - and some founder members are still regularly playing with the band.’

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ncchorus.org.uk

'Formed around 1978 to allow parents and students of William Ellis and Parliament Hill Schools to perform major choral works. We’re less connected with the schools these days and don’t have many school-age members, but local school students still perform solos in our concerts. The Choir has benefitted from a sudden surge of interest in choral singing (TV programmes may have helped) and we typically have 150 members signed up for our autumn and spring terms. We have an age range from under twenty to over seventy (we’re pleased to have many more younger singers than a couple of years ago).'

Category:Hampstead
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royalfreemusicsociety.org.uk

‘A friendly, non-auditioned choir based at the Royal Free Hospital in North London. The choir was founded in 1995 by hospital staff but now includes many members of the local community. We have approximately 45 members and come together regularly to enjoy high-quality music-making ... We are an inclusive choir and aim to ensure that our activities are accessible to all ... We put on three or four concerts a year, often accompanied by our sister orchestra, the Hampstead Sinfonietta.’

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music.hampsteadparishchurch.org.uk

‘Music is an important part of our worship at Hampstead Parish Church: many of our services are enriched by the fine and varied music of the Anglican cathedral tradition. An excellent fully-professional mixed-voice Choir sings a number of Choral Services each week and at special times during the Church's year. There is also a Junior Choir of boys and girls from the parish who take part in the Sunday morning Parish Eucharist. Hampstead Parish Church has a notable Henry Willis Organ of 1884, and also a modern Grotrian Steinweg grand piano. The building has good acoustics, particularly well suited to the performance of choral and chamber music; it is regularly used for concerts by chamber musicians, orchestras and choral groups as well as for our own musical events.’

Category:Churches
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