Links to related organisations and resources

BBC Radio 3

The BBC's classical music radio station

Berkeley Ensemble

Ensemble aiming to explore a wide range of repertoire for combined wind and stringed instruments, with particular interest in British Music. Takes its name from Sir Lennox and Michael Berkeley

Berkeley Guard

The NSI-approved Intruder Alarm Company founded at 8 Warwick Avenue, London, in 1982 by Sir Lennox's middle son, Julian Berkeley (an organist and flute player who trained at the Royal College of Music). The company is now based in Hampshire, and serves clients in the Home Counties and London.

Boydell & Brewer Ltd

Publisher of Professor Dickinson's book, The Music of Lennox Berkeley. You can order a copy here

Britannic Ensemble

The Britannic Ensemble consists of leading young chamber musicians and performs a diverse range of repertoire. It is particularly interested in encouraging an appreciation of the music of British composers, including Lennox Berkeley

British Library Music Collections

Find information about the British Library's reference collections of printed music (from the earliest printed scores to contemporary music), music manuscripts, composers archives, performers, music publishers, books, journals and other published material about music

British Piano Music Series

Features a Lennox Berkeley biography, information about his piano works and MP3 recordings for you to hear online.
By Kumiko Ida

Britten Pears Foundation

The Britten Pears Foundation promotes the musical legacy of Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears. Britten was one of the foremost composers of the 20th century and a close friend and colleague of Lennox Berkeley


Chandos have completed a cycle of recordings which includes Lennox Berkeley's major orchestral, piano and guitar works, as well as two of his operas

Charity Commission

Our entry in the Charity Commission's register of charities


Lennox Berkeley's music is published by Chester Novello. The Berkeley section of the Music Sales site features a work list, discography and many full-length recordings to hear.

Classic FM

Commercial classical radio station, aiming to bring classical music to the widest possible audience

Information Britain

Find Lennox Berkeley and other famous Britons at Information Britain

The Land of Lost Content: Lennox Berkeley

An informative and entertaining musical blog by the musicologist John France, a member of the Lennnox Berkeley Society. It includes transcriptions of nineteen 'Letters from Paris' which Berkeley wrote for the Monthly Musical Record from 1929 to 1934, while he was a student of Nadia Boulanger.

Michael Berkeley

Official website of Sir Lennox's eldest son, composer and broadcaster Michael Berkeley (born 1948), a Patron of the Lennox Berkeley Society


This excellent resource allows you to view, listen to and download the printed scores of many famous composers. Included are works by Lennox Berkeley's British predecessors

Nadia Boulanger as Teacher

This article was written by Lennox Berkeley and originally published in The Monthly Musical Record, January 1 1931. Transcribed for MusicWeb International by John France


A leading classical music record label and publisher of recordings featuring Berkeley works

Francis Poulenc

Information about Lennox Berkeley's friend, the French composer Francis Poulenc. Biography, photos, catalogues of his work, articles and books about him, a discography and events.

Recorder Music Composed for Carl Dolmetsch

This article about recorder music composed for musician and instrument maker Carl Dolmetsch includes a list of the Lennox Berkeley works he performed at the Wigmore Hall, London

Soap Box

David Wordsworth blows the trumpet for Lennox Berkeley


Lennox Berkeley's Wikipedia entry