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FREE expert downloads at *******www.keystosuccessclub****/real-life-experiences We check out the custom cars at the Adrenaline Sports Live & Barbican Turbo. Enjoy the sound off from the pumping stereos as well as the latest hot customised cars in Abu Dhabi, Middle East
23 Nov 2008
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FREE expert downloads at *******www.keystosuccessclub****/real-life-experiences We check out the custom cars, skateboarding and breakdancing at the Adrenaline Sports Live & Barbican Turbo. Enjoy the sound off from the pumping stereos as well as the latest hot customised cars, skakeboarding moves, and pumping breakdancing in Abu Dhabi, Middle East
23 Nov 2008
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*******www.laterooms****/en/hotel-reservations/71718_thistle-city-barbican-london.aspx The Thistle City Barbican Hotel, with LateRooms**** Situated at the heart of the city the hotel is perfectly located for business or pleasure. The attached Otium Health and Leisure Club is equipped with a swimming pool, jacuzzi, steam room, sauna and gym with complimentary use for all our guests. For those wanting to get to the city, the hotel offers a complementary courtesy bus service, departing every 25 minutes Monday to Friday
12 Aug 2009
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*******www.searchofficespace****/uk/london/barbican/office-space/beech-street-barbican-ec2y-ref-3416.html - click here for full Barbican office space details This is your chance to rent award winning office space in the popular area of Barbican, EC2. Situated on Beech Street, this quality business centre offers video conferencing facilities and FREE local and national calls! For more information, call Search Office Space today on 0800 524 4649
14 Jun 2012
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One of today’s most influential and versatile creative musical talents Nitin Sawhney and composer James MacMillan have arranged a special concert bringing together young performers from the London Symphony Orchestra, which will take place in the Barbican Hall this Friday 30th October. The LSO On Track Youth Orchestra has been formed especially for this concert. All the young players are drawn from LSO’s ten partner boroughs across East London and have been selected by their Music Service to play in this special event. Now in its fourth year, the LSO St Luke’s Fusion Orchestra is built around a wide range of instruments and musical styles. It fuses the spontaneity and improvisational nature of a jazz group or rock band with the scale and breadth of a symphony orchestra. LSO Fusion Orchestra consists of youngsters from: Barking & Dagenham, Bexley, City, Greenwich, Hackney, Havering, Islington, Lewisham, Newham, Redbridge, Tower Hamlets, Waltham Forest. Distributed by Tubemogul.
28 Oct 2009
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Zebra finches play electric guitar. uzoo animal birds zebra finch barbican london guitar art installation exhibition artist celeste boursier-mougenotunique
20 Mar 2010
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There has been a resurgence of interest in ‘character’ and how it is formed. Character traditionally was seen as a matter of possessing virtues such as courage and wisdom. Today it is often defined in terms of ‘capabilities’ like resilience, optimism, stoicism, altruism, emotional regulation and so on. Nevertheless, sceptics argue none of these can be taught, but are the outcome of moral choices, life experience, or are simply ‘virtues’. Yet, many are turning to positive psychology and neuroscience for more robust evidence about how to develop character in schools. Should society even be in the business of assessing us as individuals, analysing what character deficiencies we might have? Are schools teaching character in fact practising indoctrination? Or is trying to assist the formation of our character with the latest science no more problematic than toning our muscles in the gym – the equivalent of a moral workout? Filmed at the Battle of Ideas festival this debate warms things up.
18 Jun 2013
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*******www.kingsplace****** Kings Place, designed by leading architects Dixon Jones, will open on 1 October 2008 with a special five-day festival of over 100 music concerts and art exhibitions to celebrate a new cultural space for London. Kings Place is a major new development which brings together world-class arts facilities, outstanding office accommodation and waterside bars, restaurants and event spaces. The innovative waterside building is only 150m from King’s Cross and the new Channel Tunnel Rail Link and is part of one of the largest urban regeneration projects in Europe. The development includes London’s first concert hall to be built since the Barbican Concert Hall over 25 years ago in 1982, a 420-seat auditorium. Kings Place also offers a 200-seat flexible space for concerts and conferences, practice rooms, teaching rooms and rehearsal rooms. Spaces for the visual arts include two art galleries, Kings Place Gallery and Pangolin London, which is one of the UK’s largest sculpture spaces. Arup has worked with architects Dixon Jones, providing specialist acoustic consultancy and engineering services. Kings Place will provide new offices for Guardian Newspapers Ltd as well as headquarters for two orchestras, the London Sinfonietta and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. Public facilities will include restaurants and bars by Green & Fortune as well as outstanding waterside spaces for conferences and private events. The developers, Parabola Land, have established the Kings Place Music Foundation (KPMF) to manage and operate the music space and to carry out an ambitious outreach programme. Through its close relationships with local residents, schools and organisations, the programme will provide accessible music and arts to the local community. Outreach at Kings Place will be run by KPMF in association with the London Sinfonietta, the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, the Royal Academy of Music, the King’s Place Sculpture Residency and Pangolin London.
3 Sep 2008
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www.studytours.it The city’s fame has spread far and wide and now more than 45 places around the world bear its name. The city occupies a magnificent location. To the North lie the unspoilt wilds of Dartmoor. To the West flows the river Tamer forming the boundary between Devon and Cornwall. To the East runs the river Plym with delightful Devon villages beyond. Southwards, out towards John Rennie’s impressive two mile long break water stretch the shimmering waters of Plymouth Sound. Located in the south west of England, Plymouth is at the head of one of the world’s largest and most spectacular natural harbours known as Plymouth Sound. It has a rich maritime history and over the centuries many explorers set off on their travels from here to discover new lands. Plymouth’s unique position, in one of Britain’s favourite holiday areas, its thriving commercial activity and rich maritime heritage draws visitors from the four corners of the globe. Welcome to Plymouth, vibrant regional capital of Devon and Cornwall, thriving modern city, historic seafaring port and holiday centre with something for everyone. When you want to escape the hustle and bustle and find a little peace and quiet, Plymouth is the perfect place to start. With a unique waterfront ambience and its spirit of the sea, Plymouth encompasses great local and international cuisine, superb entertainment and all weather activities throughout the year. Campus: The PLUS Centre, located at the University of Plymouth is in the centre of the city, the largest city on the south-west coast. The University is currently spread over three campuses in Devon, just over three hours from London by train. Students enjoy access to a city centre with its nightlife and high street shops, and close proximity to some to the UK’s most spectacular beaches and beautiful countryside. The university’s accommodation is based within Plymouth’s vibrant city centre, in easy reach of a variety of shops, cafes and restaurants. Plymouth’s historic Barbican and breathtaking waterfront are only a 10 minute walk away. All rooms are en suite with well designed fitted furniture. The rooms are located just a couple of minutes walk from the main university campus.
16 Dec 2008
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PEACE - BOMW PROJECT CAR "The 04 Mitsubishi Lancer Concept X Conversion" 3rd Place Best 4 Door Car Category - 2008 Dubai Shopping Festival Chrome and Carbon Car Show Competition. Elite Car of the Year - 2008 Dubai Autodrome Grand Racing and Super Car Show Special Citation "Wackiest and Craziest Modification" - 2008 Barbican Turbo Custom Nation and Wheels Top 100 1st Placer 2009 Fujairah Modified Cars Competition - 4 Door Category 3rd Placer 2009 Sun and Sand Car Show Competition - 4 Door Category
23 Jan 2009
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Spencer Thomas - London City Properties, Flats & Apartments - Real Estate Agents Clerkenwell, Islington, EC1, EC4, N1, Barbican, Farringdon, Shoreditch and Smithfield. For More Information Visit *******www.spencerthomas******
8 Jan 2011
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"Scion Installation LA presents an exclusive interview with Close To A World Below artist: Chrissie Abbott Chrissie Abbott’s drawings are vividly technicolor, utilizing pattern work and found images and often touching on themes of nature. She has worked with an array of clients including Virgin, Orange, MTV, Nylon, The Barbican and The New York Times and has designed T-shirts for 2k, Urban Outfitters and Lowlife. chrissieabbott****** For more information and content visit us at scionav****/​art/​space"
26 May 2011
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Team rider Joel Bennett takes to the Barbican in East London for a casual street ride with Sam Nichols and Matt Purdon. Some lovely creative lines that we're sure to see in future shows!<br><br />
10 May 2012
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Me playing the organ at Jewin Chapel, London - a few minutes walk from Barbican underground station and also very close to the venue of 'Summer in the City' - a huge event taking place the same day I was here which sees literally 1000s of youtubers attending. Ironically, I had brought advanced train tickets with a view to going along but then realising that this wasnt for me and the tickets being non-refundable, I arranged to do what I enjoy doing most - playing Compton organs and here was my first visit of the day. As a result I decided to call this my 'summer in the city organ crawl'. The present church was built in 1961 after the original church, along with most of the area, was destroyed during the blitz in world war two. The organ installed was built by the famous John Compton Organ Company Ltd and was one of the last large complete instruments to be built by Compton before they sold off the pipe organ division and concentrated on building electronic organs. The organ is built on the extension principal using a total of 8 ranks of pipes housed in 2 fully enclosed chambers which speak into the church via a beautifully designed ornamental grille and dummy pipe facade at the front of the church. The organ is an excellent example of a post war Compton instrument and remains completely original. The specification reads: PEDAL Sub Bass 32' Open Bass 16' Sub Bass 16' Echo Bass 16' Bass Flute 8' Octave 8' Quint 5.1/3' Flute 4' Octave Flute 2' Cornet III Trombone 16' Trumpet 8' Clarion 4' Choir to Pedal Great to Pedal Swell to Pedal CHOIR Rohr Flute 8' Salicional 8' Vox Angelica 8' Klein Flote 4' Nazard 2.2/3' Doublette 2' Tierce 1.3/5' Larigot 1.1/3' Sifflote 1 Swell to Choir GREAT Sub Diapason 16' First Diapason 8' Second Diapason 8' Rohr Flute 8' Salicional 8' Principal 4' Stopped Flute 4' Twelfth 2.2/3' Fifteenth 2' Mixture III Choir to Great Swell to Great SWELL Contra Viola 16' Viola 8' Open Flute 8' Octave Viola 4' Open Flute 4' Nazard 2.2/3' Piccolo 2' Cymbale III Trombone 16' Trumpet 8' Clarion 4' Tremulant ACCESSORIES 6 double touch thumb pistons to Choir and Pedal 6 double touch thumb pistons to Great and Pedal 6 double touch thumb pistons to Swell and Pedal 4 toe pistons to Pedal and Great 4 toe pistons to Pedal and Swell 1 canceller thumb piston - Choir to Pedal 1 canceller thumb piston - Great to Pedal 1 canceller thumb piston - Swell to Pedal 1 reversible toe piston - Great to Pedal 1 balanced expression pedal - Great/Choir 1 balanced expression pedal - Swell 1 balanced expression pedal - crescendo Being in a Welsh presbyterian church and wanting something to demonstrate the power of this instrument resulted in the obvious choice of hymn - "Guide me, O thou great Jehovah' to the tune "Cwm Rhondda". Due to the recent extreme weather patterns, the Trumpet was out of tune so please excuse that. Many thanks to the church officials for allowing me to play this magnificent Compton organ and of course a big thank you to my subscribers and followers - your support and encouragement means a lot. NOTE: this is purely my interest in order to make sure that these fine organs are archived forever and I do not make any monetary profit by this video being on metacafe. For more information on the John Compton Organ Company Ltd and to see me play other Compton organs, please click on the following link for my site dedicated to the John Compton Organ Company Ltd: *******comptonorgans.yolasite****/
6 Nov 2012
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Another of me playing the magnificent Compton organ installed at Jewin Chapel in London - a 5 minute walk from Barbican underground station and also very close to a huge event taking place this same day called 'Summer in the city' which sees literally 1000s of youtubers attending. Ironically, I had brought advanced train tickets with a view to going along but then realising that this wasnt for me and the tickets being non-refundable, I arranged to do what I enjoy doing most - playing Compton organs and here was my first visit of the day. As a result I decided to call this my 'summer in the city organ crawl'. Im playing the hymn "I hear thy welcome voice" to the tune "Gwahoddiad" which makes use of the various different tone colours available starting off with the Trumpet in the first verse and then the Flutes and Strings in the next verses and also the tremulant. Due to the extreme recent weather changes, the Trumpet was out of tune so please excuse that. Many thanks to the church officials for allowing me to play another example of a Compton organ and of course a big thank you to my subscribers and followers - your support and encouragement means a lot. NOTE: this is purely my interest in order to make sure that these fine organs are archived forever and I do not make any monetary profit by this video being on metacafe. For more information on the John Compton Organ Company Ltd and to see me play other Compton organs, please click on the following link for my site dedicated to the John Compton Organ Company Ltd: *******comptonorgans.yolasite****/
6 Nov 2012
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