Join us at Bell House in Dulwich Village for a fundraising harpsichord recital

Lorraine Liyanage and Alexandra Kremakova, local musicians and teachers at the SE22 Piano School, will perform a harpsichord recital to raise money for Bell House’s projects and courses that are funded by donations. Bell House has a mix of free and paid for events, always offering bursary places to ensure full accessibility.

A harpsichord recital in this beautiful Georgian house is the perfect setting as the harpsichord we will perform on is based an instrument designed in the 1700s. The house itself was built in 1767 as a rural retreat from city life. A typical evening in a Georgian household would often revolve around the harpsichord or other musical instruments. Lorraine and Alex will perform Baroque music as well as music by living composers.
Bell House is an educational centre in Dulwich Village that encourages lifelong learning and support outside the mainstream school curriculum, with an emphasis on helping those with dyslexia. They host a whole range of activities including exhibitions, talks, workshops, theatre and musical events.
Tickets include a glass of wine on arrival.
Lorraine Liyanage – Harpsichordist & Head Teacher at the SE22 Piano School, East Dulwich
Bell House
27 College Rd, Dulwich, London SE21 7BG
Charity number 1157339

Jamaican & British Opera Recital in Dulwich Village with Adwoa Dickson, accompanied by Lorraine Liyanage

Adwoa Dickson soprano recital in Dulwich Village
Join us for a recital of Jamaican and British folk music by soprano Adwoa Dickson, accompanied by Lorraine Liyanage.

Doors at 6pm. Concert from 6.15pm – 6.45pm approx. Family-friendly event.

Adults: £10 online, £12 on the door
Children: £5 online, £6 on the door.

Adwoa Dickson (Soprano) is a professional singer who trained with Eiddwen Harrhy at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama where she graduated with distinction. She later studied with Mary Brennan and has sung at the Royal Opera House, Sadlers Wells, Pegasus Opera, Grand Union Orchestra, and Chineke Orchestra, amongst others.

Adwoa is a solo performer of classical and Caribbean music and was recently a part of a fabulous ensemble formed by Voquality who performed the vocals for Black Panther. Black Panther is the latest Marvel superhero film being released in the UK on 12th February 2018. Music composed by Ludwig Göransson and conducted by John Ashton Thomas at Abbey Road Studios.

The Winter – Britten
To Our Lady of Sorrows – Llwyn-Owen
If Love’s A Sweet Passion – Purcell
Ye Banks and Braes – Quilter
I Will Give My Love an Apple – Britten


Fan Me Solja Man
Nobody’s Business
Docta Bud
Call Dinah
Zion, Me Wan Go Home
Rivers of Babylon
Sammy Dead oh
Jamaica Farewell
Island in the Sun

Tickets are non-refundable.