Posts from year 2020
Last Information Before the Concert - please read all, hover and click here
Klezmer and World Music Day led by Jon Banks
Who Can I Ask?
If any players have questions about rehearsals or concerts or anything else, here is the list of people who can be contacted:
Newsletter 2nd February
From Teresa: I am still 'blown away' by the audience that came to listen to us on Friday! Some enormous thank yous:
Update for 16th February 2020
We ARE meeting this Sunday 16th, to replace last week, which had to be cancelled because of the weather.
If you have questions about the concert logistics, please look at this page before emailing. If we have had that question before then the answer should be here. Thanks!
Newsletter 5th January 2020
A lot of questions about concert logistics come to Jen Deegan in reply to the newsletters going out, and she often does not know the answers to them.
Newsletter 12th January
Music for rehearsal and concert.
Update for 23rd February 2020
Meeting at the usual time at the Salvation Army Hall on Sunday. No new music this week, but here's the list of what we'll be playing.
Violin courses for adults
In conjunction with the Mawson Road Community Orchestra
Newsletter 9th February 2020
Anna Chaudary has donated a bassoon to the orchestra. Does anyone in the orchestra want to learn? Or do you know somebody who would love to play the bassoon and is frustrated only by the the lack of an instrument? Ready to play, with one free beginner's reed, only slightly used, included. If you'd like to try it or you know someone else who would, please contact Michael Copley.
Autumn Fest Concert
Saturday 17th October, SAVE THE DATE
Update for 1st March 2020
Meeting at the usual time at the Salvation Army Hall on Sunday. There's a new piece for this week: Star Wars. Here's the full list of music.
Update for 8th March 2020
There's one new piece this week: Devushky Padruzhenky. a Russian folksong.
Update for 15th March 2020
We will go ahead with this Sunday's rehearsal, as nobody is yet recommending cancelling gatherings as small as ours.
Borrow a bassoon!
Do you know somebody who would love to play the bassoon and is frustrated only by the lack of an instrument?
At the rehearsal on Sunday 15th March, we realised that we really had no option but to suspend rehearsals for the time being until the situation with the Corona virus is more stable. So for now all rehearsals are cancelled.
Update for 4th October 2020
Groups of us have been meeting to play outdoors but now that winter is coming, we have been able to book St Paul’s on Sundays from 3.30pm to 8pm so groups can meet there if they like. We will have to follow strict guidelines.