Concert Listings: 28th March – 12th April

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Aurora Orchestra: Mozart’s Requiem 28th March, Kings Place A stellar lineup of guest soloists join the Choir of Clare College, Cambridge and Kings Place’s Resident Orchestra, Aurora, for this performance under the direction of Nicholas Collon. It’s All About Piano! 27th – 29th March, Institut Francais + Kings Place Their third piano festival brings together a dazzling number Read More

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Learn To Play Day: 5 Books To Get You Going

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Learn To Play Day has been and gone, we were running some pretty mind blowing free taster lessons in our shops, hopefully you managed to get along to a shop near you – thank you to everyone that came along and had a blast. Check out our Twitter feed to see some of the lovely Read More

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Exploring ‘Whiplash’: The 6 Books Every Aspiring Jazz Drummer Should Know

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Ted Reed – Progressive Steps to Syncopation The classic of drum instructional books as applied to jazz styles. ‘Syncopation’ (as it is known in drum circles) will explore your understanding of beat placement and rudiment application across the drum set. The various exercises and examples in Syncopation allow you to open them up and apply Read More

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“I’m Putting Music In The Hands Of People Who Want To Play It” Philip Glass In Conversation

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To celebrate tonight’s performance of The Etudes at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) we’ve released the second interview we conducted with Philip Glass in which he speaks with us about the importance of releasing the pieces in sheet music format and how anyone with some piano training would find it possible to play them. Read More

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