Free Community Art Project Inspired by Bell House in Dulwich Village

The Dulwich Music Festival presents a free event this Saturday 30 March, 1pm – 2.30pm. Just a few tickets left:

Join us at Bell House to create a piece of community art inspired this beautiful Georgian home and music from the time when the house was built. Led by artist Emma Fenelon and musician Lorraine Liyanage. Featuring musicians Masumi Yamamoto (harpsichord), Ibrahim Aziz (viola da gamba), Lorraine Liyanage (harpsichord) & Adwoa Dickson (soprano).
Suitable for all ages.

Coming up this Saturday 30 March 2019

Book a free ticket on Eventbrite. Limited numbers available. Clay tile workshops are in 15 minute slots.

This event is supported by the generosity of Southwark Council.


Malaysian-born Ibrahim Aziz is based in London and has performed in concert halls and festivals all around the world. He has recorded for various labels such as BIS, Delphian, Signum and Deux-Elles. His debut solo album, “Risonanze” will be released later this spring on FHR Records.


Masumi Yamamoto was born in Japan, grew up in Australia and has been in the UK since 2001. She appears regularly on Radio 3 and was a prize winner at the International Harpsichord Competition in Bruges.

Following her studies at the Queensland Conservatorium in Australia, Masumi studied at the Royal Academy of Music and Trinity College of Music and completed a PhD at the University of York.

Masumi now runs the Baroque concert series ‘Sydenham Concerts’ and isTeacher of Harpsichord at St. Paul’s Girls’ School. Masumi is due to give a solo recital for the London Handel Festival in April.


Jamaican Soprano Adwoa Dickson studied singing at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama under the tutelage of Eiddwen Harrhy, where she graduated with distinction. She later went onto study with Mary Brennan. Adwoa has sung nationally and internationally as an opera singer and also specialises in Caribbean folk music traditions. Adwoa has sung with the Royal Opera House, Sadlers Wells, Pegasus Opera, Grand Union Orchestra, and Chineke Orchestra, amongst others. She recently performed a concert of Jamaican folk songs at Bell House with Dulwich Music Festival and was also a vocalist for the Marvel film, Black Panther released last year.


Lorraine Liyanage is a musician born in London. She is a piano teacher and owner of the SE22 Piano School in East Dulwich as well as a harpsichordist and festival director of the Dulwich Music Festival.