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Posted 09 July 2009 - 20:02

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Northern Scotland : Highland; Shetland; Orkney; Western Isles; Moray; Aberdeenshire; Angus; Dundee; Perth and Kinross; Argyll and Bute
Central Scotland : Stirling; Clackmannanshire; Fife; Edinburgh/Lothian; Glasgow area; Lanarkshire; Ayrshire;
Southern Scotland : Dumfries and Galloway, Scottish Borders
Northern Ireland
Cumbria and North East England
: Cumbria; Northumberland; Tyne & Wear; Durham; Teesside
North and East Yorkshire
West and South Yorkshire
Manchester, Merseyside, Lancashire and Cheshire
North Wales
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South Wales: Pembrokeshire; Carmarthenshire; Swansea; Cardiff and the Valleys; Newport; Monmouth
North Midlands: Staffordshire; Shropshire; Peak District, Chesterfield and Bolsover parts of Derbyshire
West Midlands: West Midlands; Warwickshire; Worcestershire; Herefordshire
East Midlands: Derby and South Derbyshire; Nottinghamshire; Leicestershire; Rutland
Lincolnshire
Northamptonshire, Bedfordshire, Milton Keynes and North Buckinghamshire (Aylesbury area)
East Anglia: Cambridgeshire; Norfolk; Suffolk; Chelmsford, Colchester and Clacton parts of Essex
London and Home Counties: Wycombe, Chiltern and South Bucks parts of Buckinghamshire; Hertfordshire; Southend, Thurrock, Brentwood, Epping, Harlow and Uttlesford parts of Essex; Dartford, Gravesend, Sevenoaks, Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells areas of Kent; London; Surrey; East Grinstead and Crawley areas of West Sussex; Windsor and Maidenhead and Slough parts of Berkshire
South East England : West Sussex (except Crawley/East Grinstead); East Sussex; Medway, Maidstone and East Kent
Thames Valley and Solent: Oxfordshire; West Berkshire, Reading, Wokingham, Bracknell Forest parts of Berkshire; Hampshire; Isle of Wight
Wiltshire and Gloucestershire
West of England
: Bristol, Somerset, Dorset
Devon and Cornwall

Forum concerts/events

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JANUARY

Saturday 16 : St. Albans, Hertfordshire : Come and Play Afternoon, St. Stephen's Church, St. Albans, Hertfordshire, 14:00. All instruments welcome, for further details, see the thread in this sub-forum. Organised by OctaviaPiano and davidmackay.

Saturday 30 : Waterloo, London : Grand Gathering no. 3 for pianists of grade 1-ish standard upwards. A chance to play piano-y stuff in a really low pressure environment on a lovely Steinway! 1901 Arts Club, Exton Street, SE1 (Waterloo or Southwark tube/mainline). Organised by Solari.

FEBRUARY

Sunday 7 : Cardiff, South Wales : Musical gathering, with solo and ensemble playing, 1-5pm. Heath Park, Cardiff. All instruments welcome : organised by LooneyTunes. For more details, and if you're interested in attending, contact LooneyTunes.

Saturday 20 : Teddington, SW London : Adult Learner's Concert, The National Physical Laboratory, Teddington. Opportunities for adult learners to play in solos and small ensembles. Organised by katyjay and AmandaL.

Saturday 27 : Reigate, Surrey : Recital by the Carousel Clarinet Quartet (Deborah, barry-clari, Carl, jo.clarinet). St. Mark's Church Hall, Reigate, Surrey. 7:30pm. Details in thread on this forum.

APRIL

Sunday 11 : Waterloo, London : Grand Gathering no. 3 and a bit laugh.gif for pianists of grade 1-ish standard upwards. A chance to play piano-y stuff in a really low pressure environment on a lovely Steinway! 1901 Arts Club, Exton Street, SE1 (Waterloo or Southwark tube/mainline). Organised by Solari.

MAY

Saturday 15: York, North Yorkshire : Orchestral playday, for all orchestral instruments, plus saxophones, of approx. grade 2 standard or higher, Southlands Methodist Church, York. 12:30pm-4:45pm. Organised by phantasmagoriana and barry-clari.

Saturday 22 : Belsize Park, North London : Baroque playday, featuring the chance to play on a harpischord and a myriad of recorders. Plus a Fazioli grand piano! 12-4pm, Belsize Music Rooms, London NW3 (tube: Swiss Cottage, Belsize Park or Finchley Road). Thread in the general music forum, organiser is Solari.

Saturday 29 : Sunbury on Thames, Surrey : Performance day with a theatre coach, organised by Suepea. All instruments, of all standards, welcome to join in a day when you can work with a professional theatre coach. Cost will be c. ?20. 10:30am-5pm. PM Suepea for more details, or see the thread in this forum.

JUNE

Sunday 20 : Tunbridge Wells, Kent : Musical House Party, hosted by taxidriver, with opportunities to play lots of music, socialise and generally enjoy yourself! 11:30am-5pmish.

JULY

Saturday 10 : Waterloo, London : Grand Gathering no. 4 for pianists of grade 1-ish standard upwards. A chance to play piano-y stuff in a really low pressure environment on a lovely Steinway! 1901 Arts Club, Exton Street, SE1 (Waterloo or Southwark tube/mainline). Organised by Solari.

Saturday 17 : Stalybridge, Greater Manchester : Adult Learner's Concert, St. Paul's Church, Stalybridge. Opportunities for adult learners to play in solos and small ensembles. Organised by sbhoa.

Various dates in July/August/September : Kensington, London : Forum trips to the Proms : see thread in the General Music Forum for more details.

SEPTEMBER

Sunday 12 :Letchworth Garden City, Hertfordshire : Adult Learner Piano event, organised by Mini_mo and her teacher. Thread in this forum : limited to 10 spaces. St. Christopher's School, Barrington Road, Letchworth.

Saturday 18/Sunday 19 :Cardiff, South Wales : Musical gathering on Saturday, with solo and ensemble playing, 11am-5pm, Heath Park, Cardiff. All instruments welcome : organised by LooneyTunes. There will, in association with this event, be a special string masterclass/playday, on the morning of the 19th, probably from 10am-12 noon. For more details, and if you're interested in attending, contact LooneyTunes. Thread in this forum.

OCTOBER

Saturday 2 : St. Albans, Hertfordshire : Come and Play Afternoon, St. Stephen's Church, St. Albans, Hertfordshire, 13:00-17:00. All instruments welcome, for further details, see the thread in this sub-forum. Organised by OctaviaPiano and davidmackay.

Saturday 9 : Scarborough, North Yorkshire : Vincent Billington appreciation concert with the Scarborough Library music group. Hopefully we will have around 8-10 people playing and singing. Tribute to the late Vincent Billington :organised by oldnotes.

Saturday 30 : Kings Cross, Central London : Baroque playday, featuring the chance to play on a harpischord and a myriad of recorders. Plus a Fazioli grand piano! 12-4pm, Room 3, Peregrine's Pianos, 137A Grays Inn Road, London WC1X 8TU. Thread in the general music forum, organiser is Solari.

NOVEMBER

Sunday 7 :Birmingham, West Midlands : Informal forum event (Brum Bash), organised by lois. Birmingham Conservatoire.

Sunday 21: Harrogate, North Yorkshire : Orchestral playday, for all orchestral instruments, plus saxophones, of approx. grade 2 standard or higher. Thread in this forum Organised by louise1712 and barry-clari.

Saturday 27 : Greenwich, South London : All instruments playday organised by barry-clari - West Greenwich Arts Centre, Greenwich (2 mins from Greenwich DLR/mainline station.) 11:15am-3:15pm.

Saturday 27 : Waterloo, London : Grand Gathering no. 5 for pianists of grade 1-ish standard upwards. A chance to play piano-y stuff in a really low pressure environment on a lovely Steinway! 1901 Arts Club, Exton Street, SE1 (Waterloo or Southwark tube/mainline). Organised by Solari. Followed by an hour long recital featuring talented pianists Panthera and Tom Piano at 4pm : those of you attending the Greenwich playday should have enough time to travel to Waterloo to get to this recital.

DECEMBER

Saturday 4/Sunday 5, and Saturday 11/Sunday 12 : Dyrham Park, South Gloucestershire : Opportunity to play in Dyrham Park stately home, for grade 8 plus standard pianists. Organised by Frederic Chopin. Thread in this forum.

Sunday 12 : Tunbridge Wells, Kent : Musical House Party, hosted by taxidriver, with opportunities to play lots of music, socialise and generally enjoy yourself! 11:30am-5pmish.
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Players for Pleasure events

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JANUARY

Saturday 2 : Leeds, West Yorkshire : Winter Players for Pleasure performance event, hosted and organised by skylark, with all the musical activities that go into them. Yorkshire College of Music and Drama, Shire Oak Road, Headingley, Leeds. All levels of performers welcome.

APRIL

Saturday 24 : Dyrham Park, South Gloucestershire : Recital for pianists and woodwind players/musical house party at a nearby cottage. Opportunity to play in a stately home. Organised by skylark

JUNE

Saturday 5 : Leeds, West Yorkshire : Spring Players for Pleasure performance event, hosted and organised by skylark, with all the musical activities that go into them. Yorkshire College of Music and Drama, Shire Oak Road, Headingley, Leeds. All levels of performers welcome.


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Other events

JANUARY

Saturday 23 : Central London (W1) : Woodwind playday, organised by the East London Clarinet Choir, Regent Hall, Oxford Street, W1. Artistic director : Shea Lolin. Tutors : James Rae, Paul Harvey, Paul Harris, Ian Haysted. This is an excellent event, which I can highly recommend.

Saturday 30 : Central Manchester: Woodwind playday, organised by the East London Clarinet Choir, Royal Northern College of Music, Oxford Road, Manchester. Artistic director : Shea Lolin. Tutors : Paul Harris, Sarah Watts, Sarah Markham, Keiron Anderson. If, as is likely, this is like the London events, I can highly recommend this event.

FEBRUARY

Sunday 28 : Sawston, near Cambridge : Clarinet day with James Rae, Sawston Village College, Sawston, Cambridgeshire (citi 7 bus from Cambridge city centre). Masterclasses, stalls, playing opportunities and much more. website

Sunday 28 : Birmingham, West Midlands : Kodaly day, with Laszlo Nemes, Birmingham Conservatoire. Classes suitable for absolute beginners, all the way up to advanced levels. PM Cyrilla for more details.

MARCH

Sunday 21 : Tadcaster, North Yorkshire : Celebrating the valuable work of Martin House Children's Hospice the Yorkshire Wind Orchestra proudly present a Sunday afternoon concert at The Riley Smith Hall in Tadcaster on Sunday 21st March at 4pm, in aid of Martin House Children’s Hospice.
The orchestra will take the audience on a magical musical journey with a selection of pieces from across Britain. Contact DawnF for more details, thread in the general music forum.

Saturday 27 : Hampstead, London : Alto Saxophone masterclass with renowned saxophonist John Harle. Craxton Studio, 14 Kidderpore Avenue, Hampstead, London NW3 7SU. 10am-5pm. Covering reeds, mouthpieces, breathing, posture and much more. Fee = ?75. PM TSax for more details.

Sunday 28 : Hampstead, London : Soprano Saxophone masterclass with renowned saxophonist John Harle. Craxton Studio, 14 Kidderpore Avenue, Hampstead, London NW3 7SU. 10am-5pm. Covering reeds, mouthpieces, breathing, posture and much more. Fee = ?75. PM TSax for more details.

APRIL

Friday 2 : Hampstead, London : Tenor Saxophone masterclass with renowned saxophonist John Harle. Craxton Studio, 14 Kidderpore Avenue, Hampstead, London NW3 7SU. 10am-5pm. Covering reeds, mouthpieces, breathing, posture and much more. Fee = ?75. PM TSax for more details.

Saturday 3 : Hampstead, London : Ensemble (including baritone) Saxophone masterclass with renowned saxophonist John Harle. Craxton Studio, 14 Kidderpore Avenue, Hampstead, London NW3 7SU. 10am-5pm. Covering reeds, mouthpieces, breathing, posture and much more. Fee = ?65. PM TSax for more details.

Sunday 18 : Kingston Vale, London : Thameside Clarinet Choir Playday, Coombelands Studio, Kingston University, Kingston Vale (bus 85 from Putney/Kingston). 10am-4pm. Opportunity for grade 4/5 plus standard clarinettists to play in a choir. Thread in Viva Woodwind.

Sunday 18 : Stockwell, South London : 1st meeting of the London Kodaly Choir.
The choir will meet at the Stockwell Community Resource Centre in Studley Road (1 minute from Stockwell Tube Station) from 2-5pm. ?10 (?7.50 for BKA members, ?5 for students). Director : David Vinden, one of the country's foremost Kodaly exponents. Thread in this forum, PM Cyrilla for more details.

MAY

Saturday 15 : Effingham, near Guildford, Surrey : Emma Murphy will be conducting the Guildford Society of Recorder Players Branch Playing Day from 10.00 to 5.30 at St Teresa's Prep School, Effingham, Surrey. Emma is a lively conductor of international repute. Non SRP members are welcome. Send Suepea an email/PM for an application form if you are interested in joining in.

Sunday 16: Colchester, Essex : Single reed event/playday, Colchester Institute, Swinburne Hall, Sheepen Road, Colchester. Masterclasses given by Antony Pay (clarinet), Hans Kujit (saxophone). Tutors include Charles Hine, Jeffrey Wilson, Carol Taylor, Chris Burn, Anthony Bailey. There will be chances to play in clarinet and sax choirs, there will be a jazz workshop, and new for this year, a Klezmer class. More details in the thread in Viva Woodwind, PM me (barry-clari) with an email address, and I'll send you a form.

Sunday 23 : Stockwell, South London : 2nd meeting of the London Kodaly Choir.
The choir will meet at the Stockwell Community Resource Centre in Studley Road (1 minute from Stockwell Tube Station : note no Northern line to Stockwell this Sunday, only Victoria line) from 2-5pm. ?10 (?7.50 for BKA members, ?5 for students). Director : David Vinden, one of the country's foremost Kodaly exponents. Thread in this forum, PM Cyrilla for more details.

Friday 28-Monday 31: Cober Hill, near Scarborough : Yorkshire Late Starters String Weekend, with opportunities to play in large and small ensembles. Places are restricted to 32 participants, so get the forms in early! website

JUNE

Sunday 6 : Harrogate, North Yorkshire : York Concert Band, including DawnF in concert, Valley Gardens, Harrogate, 3-5pm.

Sunday 6 : Stockwell, South London : 3rd meeting of the London Kodaly Choir.
The choir will meet at the Stockwell Community Resource Centre in Studley Road (1 minute from Stockwell Tube Station) from 2-5pm on the following Sundays - 18th April, 23rd May, 6th June and 4th July. ?10 (?7.50 for BKA members, ?5 for students). Director : David Vinden, one of the country's foremost Kodaly exponents. Thread in this forum, PM Cyrilla for more details.

Saturday 12 : Liverpool, Merseyside: The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society are putting on a concert on for a "Superorchestra" and "Supersing" made up of amateur musicians. The orchestra is for anyone grade 4 standard or more, they will have just one rehearsal on the morning of the concert. They will perform Copland's Hoedown, and Mars, Venus and Jupiter from Holst's Planets. No previous experience is required for the choirs, but they will have more rehearsals leading up to the event. The classical choir's repertoire will include Verdi, Faure and Vivaldi, while the jazz choir will sing new arrangements of work by Duke Ellington, Ray Charles and others. Thread in this forum.

Saturday 19 : Cheam, South West London: Sutton Symphony Orchestra in concert, playing music by Sibelius, Tchaikovsky, Dukas and Johann Strauss. 7:30pm, St. Andrew's United Reformed Church, Northey Avenue, Cheam, SM2 7HF, ?10 (?8 concs, ?2 under 18s) Jojo will be in the double bass section.

JULY

Sunday 4 : Stockwell, South London : 4th meeting of the London Kodaly Choir.
The choir will meet at the Stockwell Community Resource Centre in Studley Road (1 minute from Stockwell Tube Station) from 2-5pm. ?10 (?7.50 for BKA members, ?5 for students). Director : David Vinden, one of the country's foremost Kodaly exponents. Thread in this forum, PM Cyrilla for more details.

Sunday 11 : Leeds, West Yorkshire : York Concert Band, including DawnF in concert, Golden Acre Park, Leeds, 2:30-4:30pm

Thursday 15 - Tuesday 20 : Shrewsbury, Shropshire : Chamber music course, for advanced musicians. Shrewsbury School. Places available for piano, harpsichord, flute, oboe/cor anglais, clarinet, French horn, trumpet, trombone, violin, viola and 'cello. Thanks to oldnotes for the information and website link.

Saturday 24 : Woodford Green, NE London : Clarinet and Saxophone playday, Function Hall, Tamar Square, Woodford Green. 2pm-9pm, ?50. Organised by muffinmonster's clarinet teacher, thread is in this forum.


AUGUST

Friday 20-Sunday 22 : Cheltenham, Gloucestershire : Cheltenham Recorder Festival. Tutors include Grace Barton, Ruth Burbidge, Simone Curley, John Hawkes, Helen Hooker, Steve Marshall, Andrew Melville, Janice Ormerod, Michael Piraner, Pam Smith and Moira Usher. The Festival website has not yet been brought up to date yet to reflect this, but anyone wanting more information can email the secretary via the link on the festival website or PM Halka.

Friday 20 - Wednesday 25 : Central Manchester : 1st Chetham's School of Music Piano week. A week of all things piano : playing, opportunites to work with eminent pianists, concerts and much more.

Wednesday 25 - Monday 30 : Central Manchester : 2nd Chetham's School of Music Piano week. A week of all things piano : playing, opportunites to work with eminent pianists, concerts and much more. Bookings for both Chetham's weeks open on 10th January. website

SEPTEMBER

Sunday 5 : Pocklington, East Riding of Yorkshire : York Concert Band, including DawnF in concert, Burnby Hall Gardens, Pocklington, 2-4pm.

Sunday 12 : Stockwell, South London : 5th meeting of the London Kodaly Choir.
The choir will meet at the Stockwell Community Resource Centre in Studley Road (1 minute from Stockwell Tube Station) from 2-5pm. ?10 (?7.50 for BKA members, ?5 for students). Director : David Vinden, one of the country's foremost Kodaly exponents. Thread in this forum, PM Cyrilla for more details.

Saturday 25 :Lincoln, Lincolnshire : Gonzalez Reeds Single Reed Day, featuring ensembles, masterclasses, trade stands and more. ?20 application fee. Tutors : Lara James (saxophone), Alan Hacker (clarinet), Sarah Watts (bass clarinet). Lincoln Minster School Music Department, Lincoln. 10:30am-5:30pm. Thread in Viva Woodwind.

OCTOBER

Saturday 2 :Lydney, Gloucestershire : Forest of Dean Young Musician of the Year. Two categories of entry : Grade 5 plus, ages 11-15 and Grade 8 plus, ages 16 -21. Closing date 17/9/10. Methodist Church, Pillowell, Lydney, GL15 4RA. Email [email protected]

Sunday 3 : Coleford, Gloucestershire : Forest of Dean Solo, Duet, Quartet and Ensemble Championship. Bells Hotel and Golf Club, Coleford. Entry foms available now from FODSoloChampionshipkixmusic.co.uk

Saturday 16 : Pimlico, London SW1 : London SRP Renaissance instruments playday, Napier Hall, Hide Place, London SW1 (Pimlico/Victoria tube, or 2, 36, 185, 436 bus). 2:30-5:30pm, ?5. A chance to spend an afternoon playing Renaissance instruments and recorders. If you can bring your own instrument, it would be appreciated, though some will be provided. Music provided, you'll need to bring stands. Contact jo.clarinet for more details.

Saturday 23 : West Wickham, South East London : String ensemble day, playing Schubert. You'll need your own music to play - contact 2childmum, who has leaflets if you're interested, there's also a thread in Viva Strings.

Saturday 23 : Sheffield, South Yorkshire : The Yorkshire Wind Orchestra are pleased to announce the Sheffield Community Playday and Flute Day to be held at Birkdale School, Sheffield between 9:30am and 5pm. Grade 5 plus standard asked for. Musical director - Keiron Anderson. Thread in this forum.


Sunday 24 : Stockwell, South London : 6th meeting of the London Kodaly Choir.
The choir will meet at the Stockwell Community Resource Centre in Studley Road (1 minute from Stockwell Tube Station) from 2-5pm. ?10 (?7.50 for BKA members, ?5 for students). Director : David Vinden, one of the country's foremost Kodaly exponents. Thread in this forum, PM Cyrilla for more details.

Saturday 30-Sunday 31 : Central Manchester : Woodwind Weekend, in association with BASBWE. Royal Northern College of Music. Details in thread in Viva Woodwind.

Sunday 31 : Twickenham, South West London : Clarinet and Saxophone Playday, organised by the Clarinet and Saxophone Society of Great Britain. Kneller Hall, Twickenham. Opportunities to browse trade stalls, play in groups, get involved in masterclasses and other activities. More details to come.

NOVEMBER

Sunday 7 : Stockwell, South London : 7th meeting of the London Kodaly Choir.
The choir will meet at the Stockwell Community Resource Centre in Studley Road (1 minute from Stockwell Tube Station) from 2-5pm. ?10 (?7.50 for BKA members, ?5 for students). Director : David Vinden, one of the country's foremost Kodaly exponents. Thread in this forum, PM Cyrilla for more details.

Friday 12 - Sunday 14 : Greenwich, South London : Greenwich Early Music Festival. Royal Naval College, Greenwich, SE10. Loads of trade stalls and concerts/recitals. Arguably the most extensive Early Music festival in the country.

Sunday 14: Central Manchester : Royal Northern College of Music Saxophone Day - full details in this forum.

Sunday 28 : Kingston, South West London : The Kingston U3A orchestra will be performing at the United Reformed Church in Kingston (Eden Street, which is in the town centre), this Sunday, from 3pm-4:30pm, playing Bach, Beethoven and Raff. Thanks to performer Suepea for the information.

DECEMBER

Sunday 5 : Stockwell, South London : 8th meeting of the London Kodaly Choir.
The choir will meet at the Stockwell Community Resource Centre in Studley Road (1 minute from Stockwell Tube Station) from 2-5pm. ?10 (?7.50 for BKA members, ?5 for students). Director : David Vinden, one of the country's foremost Kodaly exponents. Thread in this forum, PM Cyrilla for more details.

Saturday 11 : Headingley, Leeds, West Yorkshire : Instrumental taster day at the Yorkshire College of Music. Full details in skylark's thread in this forum.
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Posted 09 July 2009 - 22:48

Hooray! Would a yay.gif be appropriate response Barry?! laugh.gif biggrin.gif
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Posted 10 July 2009 - 00:44

QUOTE(barry-clari @ Jul 9 2009, 09:02 PM) View Post
...will appear here very soon.

Watch this space.

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I have some Players for Pleasure events to put on the calendar if you would please (I know you've already got the Leeds dates but just to confirm...)

Saturday 2 Jan - concert in Leeds

March (date to be confirmed) - concert in Tamworth

Saturday 5 June - concert in Leeds

All levels and instruments are welcome and there's more info on 2009/10 Players for Pleasure events at this link party1.gif


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Posted 10 July 2009 - 00:59

QUOTE(petrat @ Jun 23 2009, 10:03 AM) View Post

The Benllech Meet in March of 2010 will be a different one. It will be a day of singing; rounds, magrigals and other suitable things and then a masterclass in the afternoon. Then we will have a trip to the opera again if the dates work. Of course this will be followed by another supper at the Rattery.

PS. WNO will be performing Carmen with the Anglesey tenor, Gwyn Hughes Jones, who comes from the village next door to mine, on March 13th. We shall see how this fits in to the Forum calendar.



I have just quoted myself smile.gif to remind everyone that our Welsh event, in Benllech, will be held in March also, on the weekend of 13th and 14th. I hope that it will not clash with any other events in that month but, if so, I don't think that it will affect many as ours will be a "Singers only" weekend.
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Posted 10 July 2009 - 05:42

QUOTE(ChevvyChev @ Jul 9 2009, 11:48 PM) View Post

Hooray! Would a yay.gif be appropriate response Barry?! laugh.gif biggrin.gif


yeah laugh.gif

It will, of course, feature our event with Appassionata in Sussex... biggrin.gif

There's a lot to jam onto the calendar, so do bear with me. I should have it completed by the start of August. smile.gif
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Posted 10 July 2009 - 07:07

QUOTE(petrat @ Jul 10 2009, 01:59 AM) View Post
QUOTE(petrat @ Jun 23 2009, 10:03 AM) View Post

The Benllech Meet in March of 2010 will be a different one. It will be a day of singing; rounds, magrigals and other suitable things and then a masterclass in the afternoon. Then we will have a trip to the opera again if the dates work. Of course this will be followed by another supper at the Rattery.

I have just quoted myself smile.gif to remind everyone that our Welsh event, in Benllech, will be held in March also, on the weekend of 13th and 14th. I hope that it will not clash with any other events in that month but, if so, I don't think that it will affect many as ours will be a "Singers only" weekend.

Yes I'll try and avoid that weekend just in case anyone wants to go to both.
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Posted 10 July 2009 - 15:43

QUOTE(barry-clari @ Jul 10 2009, 06:42 AM) View Post
QUOTE(ChevvyChev @ Jul 9 2009, 11:48 PM) View Post

Hooray! Would a yay.gif be appropriate response Barry?! laugh.gif biggrin.gif


yeah laugh.gif

It will, of course, feature our event with Appassionata in Sussex... biggrin.gif



Wooo biggrin.gif Just remembered I haven't e-mailed you back! Just going to make a cuppa and then I promise I will!!

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Posted 10 July 2009 - 15:45

QUOTE(ChevvyChev @ Jul 10 2009, 04:43 PM) View Post

QUOTE(barry-clari @ Jul 10 2009, 06:42 AM) View Post
QUOTE(ChevvyChev @ Jul 9 2009, 11:48 PM) View Post

Hooray! Would a yay.gif be appropriate response Barry?! laugh.gif biggrin.gif


yeah laugh.gif

It will, of course, feature our event with Appassionata in Sussex... biggrin.gif



Wooo biggrin.gif Just remembered I haven't e-mailed you back! Just going to make a cuppa and then I promise I will!!


Great : thanks Chev! smile.gif Just off teaching for a bit, then I'll look in my email inbox smile.gif
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Posted 13 July 2009 - 16:41

I have started building the calendar. I'm doing it bit by bit, so please bear with me. smile.gif
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Posted 14 July 2009 - 13:01

I've done around about a third of the calendar now. Still got a lot to go on there, including some of the undated forum concerts/events, many of the Players for Pleasure events, a few other 'outside' events and all the weblinks, but I'll get there eventually. smile.gif
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Posted 25 August 2009 - 07:52

QUOTE(barry-clari @ Jul 14 2009, 02:01 PM) View Post

I've done around about a third of the calendar now. Still got a lot to go on there, including some of the undated forum concerts/events, many of the Players for Pleasure events, a few other 'outside' events and all the weblinks, but I'll get there eventually. smile.gif


Right...think it's just the weblinks to go... yay.gif
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Posted 27 August 2009 - 21:20

Done, I believe. smile.gif If anyone wants me to add any further musical events to the calendar, let me know, as and when I spot things that may be of interest, equally I'll add them to the 2010 calendar. smile.gif
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Posted 27 August 2009 - 21:31

Very impressive Barry, thanks! smile.gif
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#14 barry-clari

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Posted 27 August 2009 - 21:34

QUOTE(skylark @ Aug 27 2009, 10:31 PM) View Post

Very impressive Barry, thanks! smile.gif


No problem smile.gif

There is the Yorkshire Late Starters String events still to add on, celloholic is going to keep me up to speed on these events in 2010. smile.gif
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Posted 28 August 2009 - 06:39

When no level is stated for these events, what would be a suitable minimum level? I'm wondering what I need to aim at before I think about coming to any of them. I'm working towards Grade 1 at the moment so I have rather a long way to go!
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