Destination | Bromley Workshops

Making Music at St Mark’s

21 June 2024

11:00 -17:00

As part of “Making Music Day” in Bromley we’re welcoming visitors to sit for a while, listen and share in our full day of workshops exploring chamber music. We’re inviting keen amateur musicians to enrol separately to explore chamber music and in particular the Trio Op.114 by Brahms.

Participating musicians will play in a full day of masterclasses and break-out workshops led by Margaret Archibald clarinet, Julia Desbruslais ’cello and Daniel King Smith piano. All those who enrol will be allocated time to play in groups with one another, play alongside the professionals and study in small break-out groups led by the specialist tutors to focus on wind, string or piano techniques.

Players and listeners will enjoy the music-making in different spaces within the building, experiencing the glorious acoustic of the main church nave in several masterclass sessions, and breaking out into other rooms for specialist study sessions.

This event is supported by Your Bromley BID

Image: Margaret Archibald personal collection

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Location

St Mark's Church

Westmoreland Road,
Bromley
BR2 0TB

St Mark's is a few minutes walk from Bromley South station


Tickets / Admission

Free

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Organiser

Everyone Matters

Accessibility

Wheelchair accessible
Assistance dogs welcome
Accessible toilet
Baby Changing Facility
Gender Neutral Toilet
Assistive listening / enhancement system
Quiet Space
On-Site Parking
Personal Assistant or Carer Discount


For queries regarding access requirements for this event please contact: margaret.h.archibald@gmail.com .
View the LFA accessibility policy here


The car park at St Mark's is very small and access to it is through a narrow gate from a busy road. Drop off points and blue badge parking are available in the roads running to either side of the church, especially in Sandford Road.

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