Amazing music is all around us! When organist Anna Lapwood stopped at London Bridge Station on a whim to play some music in honor of the Queen, she had a wonderful surprise encounter. Marcella, a security guard, asked if Anna could play “Lascia ch’io pianga”, then sang the vocal accompaniment beautifully. Isn’t it amazing we can run into these blessed moments in our everyday lives? What impromptu musical experiences have you had? Share with us on our Facebook!
“Anna Lapwood is an organist, conductor, and broadcaster. She is Director of Music at Pembroke College, Cambridge, and in 2022 she was appointed Associate Artist of the Royal Albert Hall and Artist in Association with the BBC Singers… A strong advocate for music education at home and abroad, she specialises in bringing music to children from impoverished backgrounds.” - From Anna Lapwood’s website
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