Fundraising Recital for South London Cares ~ Dulwich Village, SE21

Whether you're a hardcore harpsichord fan, or a stranger to the instrument - there's something in this recital for everyone.Join us on Saturday 18 November at 10.30am for a family classical harpsichord concert. Whether you’re a hardcore harpsichord fan, or a stranger to the instrument – there’s something in this recital for everyone.

The best bit? Tickets are half price right now and proceeds from the recital are being donated to South London Cares!


SE22 Piano School teacher Lorraine Liyanage performs at St Barnabas Parish Hall, Dulwich Village. Entry is free to SE22 Piano School students & Dulwich Music Festival pianists. Adult tickets are £5 (usually £10), free entry for children. All proceeds from tickets booked via this link go directly to South London Cares.

About South London Cares

South London Cares is a community network of young professionals and older neighbours hanging out and helping one another in our rapidly changing city.

We do this because London is a place of extremes. While our capital is one of the most dynamic places in the world, full of cultural and economic opportunities and a hotbed of innovation and change, it can also be anonymous, lonely and isolating.

For our older neighbours in particular, many of whom have spent a lifetime in their home neighbourhoods in Southwark and Lambeth, the rush and pace of the city can often now feel too much. Getting around can be frightening, and trends including globalisation, gentrification, migration, digitisation and the housing bubble are transforming our communities faster than ever.

The multiplying effect of those pressures is that many older people have deep roots – from Brixton to Bermondsey – but few connections. Meanwhile, young professionals – often graduates from across the country and around the world – can have hundreds of connections in the social media age, but no roots in their communities.

The separation of those parallel worlds wastes human potential, entrenches loneliness and isolation, perpetuates social division and is ultimately corrosive for our society.

South London Cares seeks to address this modern blight of disconnection in our capital by harnessing the people and places around us for the benefit of all.

Author: Lorraine Liyanage

Owner of the SE22 Piano School in East Dulwich. Founder and Director of the Dulwich Music Festival. Piano teacher based in East Dulwich since 2007.

Leave a Reply