Celebrate 10 years of In Harmony Lambeth

28 June 2019

Written by: Lambeth Music Services (LMS)

Arts, culture and events - Children and young people - Focus on Waterloo

In Harmony Lambeth celebrates its 10th birthday with two free Southbank concerts starring young Lambeth musicians.


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Celebrate 10 years of In Harmony Lambeth

In Harmony Lambeth launched in 2009 in Stockwell community, inspired by the Venezuelan El Sistema programme, using the pursuit of musical excellence to enrich the lives of children, young people and the wider community. In Harmony Lambeth works with over 900 students each week through its in-school and after-school programmes.

Birthday celebrations

10 years in Harmony logo

10 Years in Harmony

For our 10th birthday celebrations, which will demonstrate the typical musical journey of In Harmony Lambeth students, we are delighted that our partners Southbank Sinfonia and Pegasus Opera will be joining the children and young people for an exciting musical collaboration!

Primary Schools Concert

This special concert will feature over 400 students from our in-school programme who will be performing together on the Queen Elizabeth Hall stage. The weekly in-school programme is delivered in partnership with Herbert Morrison, St. Stephen’s C of E, Reay and Henry Fawcett primary schools.  Wednesday 3rd July, 1.00pm – 2.30pm Book tickets via Eventbrite

Lambeth 10th Birthday Concert

secondary schools orchestra 10 years in harmony

secondary schools orchestra

This concert will be the grand finale of our 10th birthday celebrations. Come and hear our most experienced young musicians, some of who have been with the programme since 2009! We are delighted that our partners Southbank Sinfonia and Pegasus Opera will be joining the young people for this performance. Wednesday 3rd July, 7.30pm Reserve free tickets via Eventbrite

For more information  

  • Lambeth Music Service (LMS) is the lead partner of the Lambeth Sounds Music Education Hub. Lambeth Sounds is a group of music organisations who work together to develop opportunities for all Lambeth residents to engage in making music. LMS receives core funding from the Arts Council and delivers all four core and three extension roles as part of the National Plan for Music Education. See their information pages
  • Pegasus Opera Company is a Brixton-based registered charity with a three-part mission: To provide opportunities for artists of diverse backgrounds; To promote opera among young people in underserved communities to expand their cultural horizons; and To promote opera in culturally diverse communities for all ages. For more details see their information pages