There's a really broad range of music in Richmond upon Thames. You can experience stadium rock in Twickenham, swing in Kew Gardens, there are many pubs that host live gigs - and then there's a long list of more classical music.
Although the fabled Olympic Studios in Barnes where major artists such as Led Zeppelin, Oasis, Prince, Madonna, The Beatles, David Bowie and Duran Duran had all recorded closed down in Feb 2009, you can still record an album at Pete Townsend's Eel Pie Studios which are located on a boat moored in Richmond.
If you want to know more about our musical heritage, read our post on Rock and Roll in Richmond.
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, TW9 3AB
Kew Gardens holds a series of summer concerts in their grounds every year called helping raise money for Kew's research, education and...
Whitton Road, Twickenham, TW27BA
Twickenham Stadium is used for more than sporting events it's a great venue for live music concerts. In recent years artists...
St Pauls School, Lonsdale Road, Barnes, SW13 9JT
Wathen Hall at St Paul's Boy's School in Lonsdale Road, Barnes, runs an annual public concert series.
Twickenham Jazz Club
The Cabbage Patch 67 London Road, Twickenham, TW1 3SZ
The Twickenham Jazz Club has been created out of the ashes of the renowned and highly respected Richmond and Twickenham Jazz Club....
Richmond Music Trust
7 Briar Road, Twickenham, TW2 6RB
Richmond Music Trust offers a wide range of music services and support including instrumental and vocal tuition and music therapy. Recent performance...
Kew Sinfonia was founded more than twenty years ago by a group of local musiclovers, prominent among them Antony and MarieJose Sadler,...
Kew Wind Orchestra
Formed in 1984, Kew Wind Orchestra is renowned for its popular and challenging repertoire of symphonic, classical and jazz music
Richmond Concert Society
Richmond Concert Society holds performances in a number of venues around the Richmond upon Thames area, including The German School in Petersham,...
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