Tags » Victoria Library

Kind of blue

Take one soprano with “sensitive communication, particularly in pieces with a lyrical tone”, and a pianist, an active soloist whose playing has been described as being… 472 more words

Music

Bustling Spring Health and Volunteering Fair at Victoria Library

On Wednesday 20 May, Victoria Library was host to a bustling Spring Health and Volunteering Fair.

   

More than 100 people came by throughout the afternoon to indulge in free massages, learn about mindfulness and get their health checked.   16 more words

Victoria Library

Any other duties as required…

I’m sure we’re all familiar with that line at the end of a job description, but if you’re part of the team in Westminster Music Library… 432 more words

Music

Take Three Girls

  

When a talented flautist, pianist and soprano with a shared passion for classical music all found themselves studying together for music degrees at Middlesex University, it seemed like a golden opportunity to combine forces and form themselves into a musical trio. 479 more words

Music

For the love of opera

Born in Lisbon in 1931, American tenor Nico Castel was raised in Venezuela, and finally made his way to New York to pursue his musical interests where he became the first winner of the “Joy in Singing” award which launched his career. 383 more words

Music

A swell party

“A packed house of satisfied customers,” – so said Irving Berlin upon attending a performance of Cole Porter’s ‘Can-Can’ in 1953; and, indeed, matching feedback from attendees of… 375 more words

Music

Miraculous Mandolins

“Our mandolin ensemble would like to perform at Westminster Music Library”

“Fantastic! Err… how many of you will there be?”

“Oh just sixteen or so…”

502 more words
Music