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A voice for Richard

A voice for RichardA lecture by Yvonne Morley, exclusive to City LitFriday 20th September 3-5pm 

Beethoven250

The year 2020 marks Beethoven’s 250th birthday. Here at City Lit we have a number of courses and concerts to celebrate this important composer and to explore the developments he contributed to our story of Western classical music.

Choosing an Instrumental class at City lit

We offer a range of different instrumental classes from complete beginners to regular Orchestra workshops for our most advanced players, and so there’s sure to be a class that’s right for you here in the heart of Covent Garden.

Choosing a String class at City Lit

We offer a range of string classes from complete beginners to weekly Chamber music classes, and regular Orchestra workshops for our most advanced players, so there’s sure to be a class that’s right for you here in the heart of Covent Garden.

Musicianship & Music Theory courses at City Lit

Musicianship: essential skills for all musiciansGrow your theory (reading) and practical (playing) skills at the same timeWhether you are learning saxophone, piano or studying to be an opera singer you will have noticed that ther

Where to buy music and instruments

A guide to some local music shops and a note on choosing instruments.

Choosing a singing class at City Lit

This post aims to guide you through the process of choosing a singing course that’s right for you.

Listen up: How do you find the best recording of a piece of music?

When I was an undergrad, studying music at the University of Nottingham, I remember becoming aware for the first time that certain recordings of famous musical works were prized rather more highly by older students, and staff, th

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