MusArtLondon is a site for reviews of art exhibitions and music in London written by people with a keen interest and an honest, accessible approach. We cover major London exhibitions, concerts, opera and chamber music, together with articles on places of interest in London, in particular those with literary, artistic or musical connections. If you would like us to review one of your events or exhibitions, please feel free to contact us via the Contact page.

Who we are

1085-6365-nm_photoNick Marlowe studied Art History at the Courtauld Institute of Art and History at Cambridge University. After working for thirty years in the book trade he is now a freelance writer and artist. Formerly a reviewer for OneStopArts, Nick now writes art reviews for US-based art and culture site CultureVulture.net. His interests include bread- and wine-making, touring historic battlefields, and trying to get above D4 on the flute (maybe it’s time for the piccolo?). He lives in Teddington.

 

FranceIMG_2281s Wilson is a pianist, piano teacher, writer and blogger on music, pianism and culture as The Cross-Eyed Pianist. A keen concert-goer, she writes music reviews for her blog and international concert and opera listings site Bachtrack.com, and reviews of art and music for US-based art and culture site CultureVulture.net. Frances is Artistic Director of the South London Concert Series, an innovative concert concept which gives talented amateur musicians the opportunity to perform alongside young and emerging professional artists in the same formal concert setting. When not writing or teaching piano at her home in Teddington, Frances can usually be found at the Wigmore Hall.

 

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