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From jazz festivals to candlelit classical performances, here’s our round up of the best events happening this November.

BBC Music Introducing Live

When:
8-10th November
Where:
Tobacco Dock, London
What:
A three-day festival of discovery for anyone looking for a career in the music industry – whether that’s as an artist or in the music business. There’ll be industry sessions, Q&As, performances, and behind-the-scenes looks into the careers of successful artists. We’ll also be there for the three days, so do come and see us at our stand if you’re there!

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London Drum Show

When:
10-11th November
Where:
Olympia, London
What:
A must for drummers, this two day event will feature free drum lessons, masterclasses, technique sessions, an impressive gear hall and performances from drumming stars Eddy Thrower, Senri Kawaguchi and Pete Carter.

Get tickets here.

EFG London Jazz Festival

When:
16-25th November
Where:
South Bank, London
What:
The EFG London Jazz Festival will feature world class jazz artists as well as emerging stars, tailored to delight both fans and new audiences. There’ll be free performances and talks throughout the festival, for more details head over to the South Bank website.

 

Vivaldi’s Four Seasons by Candlelight

When:
17th November
Where:
Southwark Cathedral, London (also at Derby Cathedral 23rd and Llandaff Cathedral 30th)
What:
Half of the London Concertante’s spectators are first time classical concert goers, so if you don’t consider yourself a Bach expert, but have always wanted to see classical music live, this is the perfect evening for you. The London Concertante has its audience laughing at jokes, gasping at virtuosity, moved by gorgeous string playing, and leaving with a smile on their faces.

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A Night at the Movies by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

When:
21st November
Where:
Baths Hall, Scunthorpe
What:
Another great introduction to classical music for first time classical concert goers, and ideal for film lovers, families and seasoned concert goers alike.

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900 Years of Women in Song by Whitehall Choir/Cantus Novus Wien

When:
24th November
Where:
St Peter’s, Eaton Square, London
What:
This special collaboration by two choirs will see many performances by women from the last 900 years. Expect to hear those by the 12th century German Benedictine abbess and visionary Hildegard von Bingen, the Venetian Baroque composer Barbara Strozzi, mid 20th century British composer Elizabeth Poston and the current Master of the Queen’s Music, Judith Weir. Some of these pieces are rarely performed and have never been recorded, so it’s bound to be a very special evening.

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