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Vaughan Williams at war

It was our local residents’ turn to enjoy Westminster Music Library‘s latest Behind the Lines* music workshop, which featured English composer Ralph Vaughan Williams… 746 more words

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A walk in the countryside – Vaughan Williams Family Workshops

Early Years

It’s a sunny spring morning in London and the young crowd gather for the very exciting music workshop at Westminster Music Library.  There are lots of sleepy faces, but not for long… 727 more words


Music with a kiss

The term baroque is derived from the Italian barocco, meaning bizarre, though exuberant would be a much a better way to describe soprano Natalie Montakhab… 342 more words

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Strings attached

A warm Westminster Music Library welcome was given to a group of budding violinists from Churchill Gardens Primary School, who came to entertain an equally appreciative audience of children from St Peter’s Eaton Square Primary School and Thomas’s Nursery in Pimlico. 273 more words


Libraries are good for your health!

It’s been a while since we’ve had a post from the Health Project – but that doesn’t mean it’s faded away. Far from it – it’s expanded to a full timetable of health promotion events in all three boroughs. 292 more words

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Apprentice of the Year

And the winner is….Sara Ashbourne!

Sara Ashbourne, apprentice at Victoria Library, has won the award for ‘Apprentice of the Year’. Sara received the award from Cllr Philippa Roe, Leader of Westminster City Council, at the breakfast briefing for “Better City, Better lives”. 198 more words

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Themes from Outer Space

As part of Westminster Music Library’s Behind the Lines programme, we are delivering no fewer than six creative projects in schools all over Westminster and the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea. 316 more words