Dr Nicholas Prozzillo and LMH music students

Music at LMH

A lively counterpoint to academic study

When you join LMH you become part of a community where music thrives: LMH music is energetic, varied, and stimulating. These pages give an insight into our varied music making.

Why music?

Music at LMH is an excellent counterpoint to academic study, enriching our students’ development. Whether it is a non-music student discussing interpretation in François Couperin’s music, or a music student singing during a relaxed evening of music-making in the Principal’s lodgings, music brings minds together in a variety of contexts. LMH’s music scene has expanded to include an orchestra, several concert series, choir tours, vocal tuition, concerts for JCR/MRC/SCR to make music together – all of which have an accent on participation. We give opportunities for students of all disciplines to participate in and to listen to music in a range of styles.

Dr Nicholas Prozzillo, Director of Music

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Music Term Card

Our Term Card gives more details on the wide variety of musical opportunities at LMH, from chamber music to jazz, as well as including reports from the latest concerts and tours of our choirs. It also showcases all of the term's upcoming music activities. View and download a copy here

MT2017 music term card

From our Principal

Music has always been an important part of LMH’s life. Today we have an orchestra and a flourishing choir. There’s a cohort of music students – and a much wider body of people who play or sing music for sheer enjoyment. I myself sang in a cathedral choir when knee high to a grass-hopper and have sung, or played instruments ever since. Since arriving at LMH I’ve been delighted to witness (and occasionally even take part in) so much music-making of such variety. We have recently acquired a stunning Steinway A grand piano for the serious pianists in the college to practice and perform on.

Alan Rusbridger, LMH Principal