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Learn more about Music History courses at City Lit!
Learning to sing online: six reasons why it works
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Examining the origins of a piece of music can transform the way you listen to it. Music History examines the history of the composer and unpicks the social, political, economic, and cultural trends of...
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Reflections on learning and playing chamber music online by Gisela Meyer (chamber music tutor)
Joseph Boulogne (portrait by William Ward, BnF)
Learn more about repertoire and classical racism, from City Lit clarinet and wind tutor Ross Thomas
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Our Piano Repertoire students, coached by Petros Moschos, were due to perform at The Foundling Museum this month so instead they and The Foundling Museum have put together this fantastic video to shar...
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We offer a range of different instrumental classes from complete beginners to regular orchestra workshops and big band for our most advanced players, so there’s sure to be a class that’s right for...
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This post aims to guide you through the process of choosing a singing course that’s right for you.
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Here is on overview of courses available at City Lit. See the listing of currently available course dates and times or click through to the more detailed course outlines from the titles below. We ho...
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You may still have questions about whether your current equipment is suitable for the course you're interested in, what equipment you need, and how to find it. Course outlines include basic informati...