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A Trip to the Handel and Hendrix Museum

15 September 2021
A Trip to the Handel and Hendrix Museum
A Trip to the Handel and Hendrix Museum
15 September 2021
As part of Kings Place's London Unwrapped Series, our upcoming concert ‘A London Kaleidoscope’ will explore some of London’s most musical houses. To delve further into the programme and learn a bit more about the history behind the buildings, Communications Officer Hermione went to investigate.
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10 for 10: Alumni Q&A with Eugene Lee

10 for 10: Alumni Q&A with Eugene Lee

27 January 2021
For our tenth alumni interview, we chatted to Eugene Lee, our Associate Leader. We caught up with Eugene to hear more about how he went from being a member of Southbank Sinfonia in 2009, to being a mentor and leader to our musicians.
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Eye on the ball, head in the game

Eye on the ball, head in the game

07 January 2021
Although the concert hall and the football stadium can seem universes apart, these two arenas have more in common than meets the eye.
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10 for 10: Alumni Q&A with Abbey Edlin

10 for 10: Alumni Q&A with Abbey Edlin

15 December 2020
In this month's '10 for 10' (the penultimate edition) we caught up with Abbey Edlin, who played horn in Southbank Sinfonia 2010. Since completing our fellowship, Abbey has worked as a freelance musician in Sydney before moving to Melbourne to play with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.
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Alphabet of Composers: G, H, and I

Alphabet of Composers: G, H, and I

09 December 2020
The next instalment of our horn player Antonia's Alphabet of underperformed composers
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10 for 10: Alumni Q&A with Matt Featherstone

10 for 10: Alumni Q&A with Matt Featherstone

22 November 2020
On this month's edition of 10 for 10 we caught up with Matt Featherstone, who played flute in Southbank Sinfonia 2011, about how his time with the orchestra has led him to a diverse musical career.
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Movements That Move You Vol.5

Movements That Move You Vol.5

14 October 2020
We ask our players and staff which single movements from classical music works really move them, be it emotionally or physically.
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Alphabet of Composers: D, E, and F

Alphabet of Composers: D, E, and F

07 October 2020
The next instalment of our horn player Antonia's Alphabet of underperformed composers
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10 for 10: Alumni Q&A with Ruth Rosales

10 for 10: Alumni Q&A with Ruth Rosales

16 September 2020
We caught up with Ruth Rosales, bassoonist in Southbank Sinfonia 2012, about how our Fellowship Programme sparked her passion for connecting young people with classical music.
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Alphabet of Composers: A, B, and C

Alphabet of Composers: A, B, and C

19 August 2020
The first in a series of blogs written by our horn player Antonia, dedicated to telling the stories of 26 composers of diverse backgrounds that have been left out of the traditional western classical canon because of their race, gender, or both.
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10 for 10: Alumni Q&A with Jonny Abraham

10 for 10: Alumni Q&A with Jonny Abraham

14 August 2020
We caught up with Southbank Sinfonia 2013 trumpeter Jonny Abraham about his varied career since completing our Fellowship Programme, including his work as part of the band Public Service Broadcasting.
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