World War I centenary: remembering Sydney Moxon

Throughout the centenary commemmorations of World War I we have been researching the history of the LSO and its musicians during the war years. Today, 100 years after his death while on active service, we remember trumpeter Sydney Moxon.

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Old Street, New Beginnings

In 1966, the parishes of St Luke’s on Old Street, now LSO St Luke's, and St Giles’ Cripplegate, now just across the water from the Barbican Centre, joined together to form a single community in the heart of London after St Luke's was forced to close due to structural damage. The united congregation is still thriving today.

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Eye-Music: Inkwells

Composer Cevanne Horrocks-Hopayian has been working hard on a new work for her residency at Khadambi's House, 575 Wandsworth Road, for a performance which will be streamed live on YouTube and Facebook on the 22 October. She explains her concept for the work, Inkwells, written in the fascinating 'eye-music' style and the process through which the work has come.

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Online concert: Khadambi's House, 22 October

Hello there, this is a short post to explain what’s happening on 22 October. Basically, Khadambi’s beautiful house is not big enough to accommodate you all for a concert, so we’re bringing it to your computers instead, via YouTube and Facebook! It’s a first of its kind for the LSO, the National Trust, 575 Wandsworth Road, and for me.

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In the Spotlight: Philip Cobb and the Haydn Trumpet Concerto

Philip Cobb steps into the spotlight for Mark Anthony Turnage's Dispelling the Fears on Sunday 16 September 2018. In this interview from 2016, he sat down with Rebecca Sharp to talk about  Haydn's Trumpet Concerto, performing with the LSO Brass Ensemble and growing up with the UK brass band tradition.

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