The popular Dulwich music festival is returning with a big bang in 2017! The festival is a fantastic opportunity for pianists, musicians (and their biggest fans) to gather together for performance, feedback and fun - and in 2017, the festival comprises three different events. I caught up with festival director, Lorraine Liyanage, to find out about the upcoming event - a family-friendly classical music concert - and how she’s planning on hitting the right notes with Lordship Lane locals…
What? Harpsichord Recital: Family Classical Music Concert
When? November 18th 2017, 10:30 - 11:15am
Where? St Barnabas Parish Hall, 23 Dulwich Village, SE21 7BT
The first of the events is a family classical music concert, and babies and children of all ages are welcome. Lorraine Liyanage will be performing at St. Barnabas Parish Hall in Dulwich Village. Come and hear the harpsichord played in an event that is especially designed for young concertgoers!
This event is supported by Southwark Council.
This concert is part of a one-day event including harpsichord masterclasses with Masumi Yamamoto. More information can be found here.
Programme: Music by Jean-François Dandrie and Jean Françaix. Narrated by Marie-Noelle Lamy.
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