The History of Maida Vale Studios Talk

The History of Maida Vale Studios Talk

This event has finished Took place on: Thursday, 21st Nov 2019

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Maida Vale Studios (just across the canal from Grand Junction) has long been at the centre of innovation in the U.K. music scene.

Becoming the home to the BBC Symphony Orchestra in 1934, The Radiophonic Workshop and John Peel’s Radio 1 live sessions secured its place on the music history map.

Andy Rogers (Radio 1’s Senior Producer for Live Music), Ann McKay, (Chief Producer, BBC Symphony Orchestra), and guitarist Alex Lee (Placebo, the Blue Aeroplanes, Goldfrapp and Florence and the Machine amongst others) discuss the history of Maida Vale, and share insider stories of working at the BBC’s iconic studios.

Enjoy music in the Undercroft Bar after the talk. Bar open from 6.30pm.

Grand Junction is a new venue for community, culture and arts, based in the astonishing grade 1 listed St Mary Magdalene Church.

Cost: £8

Contact and Booking Details

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Reserve tickets at this website or send an email to [email protected] or telephone 020 7266 8258.

2019-11-21 2019-11-21 Europe/London The History of Maida Vale Studios Talk A panel discuss the history of the BBC's iconic recording studios, and the share tales of working and recording there. Maida Vale Studios inspired music after the talk. Grand Junction at St Mary Magdalene's,Rowington Close,London,London

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