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Tap Dogs Review

Posted by Robert Garland on 5th November 2018

If a quiet evening’s subtle entertainment is what you’re looking for, don’t go and see Tap Dogs… The toe-tapping Aussie show is back in London after debuting over two decades ago at the Sydney Festival in 1995 – and quiet … Continue reading

London’s New Cultural Districts and the Power of Collaboration

Posted by admin@musicinoffices.com on 5th March 2018

One week ago, last Friday lunchtime, five of our Music in Offices clients formed the first Moorgate Music Club, reclaiming their lunch break to sing together. David MacDonald at BACB kindly offered to host as choir members from Trowers & … Continue reading

It’s a Jungle Out There: The Life of Young Musicians

Posted by admin@musicinoffices.com on 30th January 2018

Last week I sat on a panel at the Royal Academy of Music for 4th year and postgraduate students. At a time of transition for these students, who are all at the cusp of finishing their studies, we were sharing … Continue reading

Looking back, looking forward

Posted by admin@musicinoffices.com on 9th January 2018

I’m writing this sitting on the pebbled beach in Aldeburgh on New Year’s Day.  So, with the big blue sky above me, forgive some big, blue sky thoughts and reflections on the year past and the year ahead. 2017 was … Continue reading

One-off Wonders

Posted by admin@musicinoffices.com on 22nd December 2017

As well as all our weekly office choirs’ carol concerts and performances this Christmas season, we’ve been spreading the festive cheer through one-off singalong and performance sessions across town. We’ve had participants very young and old(er), seasoned singers and those … Continue reading