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We’ve managed to squeeze a harpsichord into the CLF using an industrial lift, and got people singing along to Jewish wedding music and South American folk songs. Now we’re returning for a night of brilliant baroque music.
With so many unfamiliar names and technical terms we often forget that classical music is made for dancing – it’s as physical as any other genre. Join us as we explore Bach’s dance music for solo instruments and quartet.
It’s classical music, minus the rules.
We’ve got a treat in the form of Felix M-B. He’s been slowly carving a niche across London with his breezy Willy Mason-esque take on folk.
Right across the road from Peckham Rye station (London Overground and National Rail)