Street Orchestra of London
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Newly founded for 2016, this guerilla classical ensemble brings music to the streets, parks, squares and public places of London. Inspired by the Dutch Ricciotti Ensemble, they’re performing their first run of concerts over four days in June. Some venues will be announced in advance, others will host surprise concerts – so look out for a 40-piece guerrilla orchestra popping up near you…
June 16, ‘during rush hour’: King’s Cross Station
June 17, morning: Dalston Library
June 17, afternoon: Homerton Library, St Joseph’s Hospice, Hackney Library
June 17, 7.30pm: Dalston Square
June 18, afternoon: Open Estate Gardens (Gipsy Hill)
June 18, 7pm: Cutty Sark Gardens
June 19, afternoon: Arnold Circus, Regent’s Park, Leicester Square
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