Common & Kind – Charity Concert: International Collaborative Fundraiser
Address: Union Chapel, Compton Terrace, London N1 2UN
Date: Tuesday, 25th July 2017
For more details visit: www.commonandkind.com
Concert at The British Museum – 16 June 2017
امسية في المتحف البريطاني – ١٦/٠٦/٢٠١٧
Ahmed Mukhtar will play at a concert presenting Iraqi music from its origins to Modern times. Organized by The British Museum, the concert will be introduced by Jonathan Tubb, Keeper of The Middle East Department, followed by a talk by the museum’s archeomusicologist, Richard Dumbrill, presenting the history of music in Ancient Iraq. The renowned Oud Master will play reconstructions of ancient Medieval Iraqi music, as well as more modern pieces.
Address: The British Museum, Assyrian Hall No. 23.
Does your Oud instrument need repair but you aren’t quite sure how to fix it? Taqasim Music School will be offering an OUD CLINIC where teachers will be available to examine your Oud, carry out basic repairs, restring and give you advice on how to keep your Oud happy.
If your instrument needs new strings, we would advise that you purchase a set in advance from the Early Music Shop located on 11 Denmark St., London, WC2H 8LS
Date: 10 June 2017
Time: 12:00 – 16:00
Where: The Arab British Centre – 1 Gough Square, London, EC4A 3DE
Fee (registered students): £2
Fee (non-registered students):£3
Phone: 020 7632 3960
TMS – Open Day 29th April
Taqasim Music School is hosting an Open Day at the Arab British Centre on Saturday the 29th of April from 12:00 – 4:00 pm.
Our open day is a good opportunity for new students to become familiar with the music programs that we offer. You will have the chance to meet our teachers, be introduced to our teaching methods and curriculum and have your questions answered.
This event is free to attend
Venue address: 1 Gough Square, London, EC4A 3DE
MIXED MESSAGES NIGHT “Music & Poetry – English & Arabic”
FRIDAY 27 JAN 2017 at 6.30PM | TICKET: £10
OUD MASTER Ahmed Mukhtar-FLAMENCO GUITAR Ignacio Lusardi MonteverdePOETRY Ahmed Aldosry and POETRY Agnes Meadows