Herne Hill Music Festival

OCT 2024
11th - 20th

Herne Hill United Church

Red Post Hill
SE24 9PW


Dogoda Quintet & INDIG+O - Coffee Morning Music

Featuring Indig-O and The Dogoda Wind Quintet.

Good music, refreshments, and fund-raising for
the Norwood and Brixton Food Bank

Free entry. Voluntary donation for Food Bank

Wind Quintet

Dogoda Quintet

Formed at the Royal Academy of Music after playing together as principals in the National Youth Orchestra, Dogoda Quintet is fast establishing itself as an up-and-coming ensemble of its generation of the UK music scene. Dogoda receives coaching through the Royal Academy of Music from Amy Harman of the Orsino Ensemble, Michael Thompson of the Michael Thompson Wind Quintet and Jo Cole, the previous head of strings at the Royal Academy of Music.



INDIG+O are an instrumental band of five members, three amateur and two professional and this line up has existed since 2016. Instruments include: Recorders, Violin, Double Bass, Mandolin, Bouzouki, Hurdy-Gurdy & others. The music of the group pulls in various directions owing to the different focus of band members as well as a general policy of not becoming adhered to one style. Folk and early music are main themes, but with occasional self-penned or 20th century pieces.

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Norwood and Brixton Foodbank

The Food Bank thinks no one in our community should have to face going hungry. That's why it provides three days nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people in crisis who are referred to them. They are part of a nationwide network of food banks, supported by The Trussell Trust, working to combat poverty and hunger across the UK.

Wind Quintet
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