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Exam season at Kilburn

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Twelve students of the Lucica Trita London Violin Academy came to the Kilburn Library Centre (part of Camden Libraries), to perform their Grade Examination pieces for Library users on Saturday March 9 th . As well as solo performances, the concert concluded...

From Berlioz with love

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The 8th March is the 150 th anniversary of the death of the famous French composer Hector Berlioz. In this letter, in the Gerald Coke Handel Collection at the Foundling Museum, Berlioz sends apologies to the flautist...

Countdown to the 2019 Annual Study Weekend (ASW) at Leicester

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With just under two weeks to go until close of bookings, and two months until the ASW itself, the business of the conference committee is gathering pace and, as Chair of the Conference Committee, I thought I would give you a taste of the work that goes on in the background to organise an Annual...

Make Music Day 2019

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Courtesy of an email to the IAML list - exciting plans for this year's Make Music Day. Mark it in your diary now....

Dear All,

We have spent the autumn reflecting on what a brilliant Make Music Day took place this summer and thinking ahead to next year...

Christmas at Kilburn

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We had a visit on December 20th from a local school choir, (Kingsgate Primary School choir, who last delighted a library audience on...

IL TRITTICO …or missing middles

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The RNCM Library easier than ever Christmas Quiz 2018

Supply the missing middle element from each group of three – some musical, some not

1. The Fellowship of the Ring ______________ The Return of the King...

Christmas in Oxford

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The Christmas season is the busiest time of the year for the Oxford University Press Music Hire Library – scores, parts, and vocal scores for carol orchestrations and Christmas music literally fly through the door. We thought we’d celebrate by making a festive film.

Season’s...

A song for the season

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Corelli’s Christmas Concerto was so called as it bears the inscription ‘ Fatto per la notte di Natale’ (‘made for the night of Christmas'). The portrait of Francesco Geminiani by Andrea Soldi, now in the Gerald Coke Handel Collection at the Foundling Museum, was painted in about 1735, depicts...

It's nearly 2019...

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Bookings are now open for the 2019 IAML (UK & Irl) Annual Study Weekend. The booking form can be accessed from the IAML (UK & Irl) website at https://iaml-uk-irl.org/events/iaml-uk-irl-annual-study-...

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