Cobweb News

We’ve had a fantastic response to our CVO5 – Fauré’s Pavane.
We could still do with more lower strings/bassoon players.
To enrol, please click here

In this week’s Cobweb News:

Cobweb Musical Book Club – this Thursday!
Cobweb Orchestra Virtual Concert Party
The Cobweb Orchestra participant survey

Cobweb Musical Book Club – this Thursday!

Thursday 19 Nov 2020, 6-7pm


We’ll be playing along to and chatting about the first and last movements of Haydn’s symphony 104 the “London”.

There should be plenty to talk about as Haydn’s late symphonies “were the template for the majority of the orchestral music of the nineteenth century” (discuss).

We’ll be using the Breitkopf older issue.

To enrol, please click here.

Cobweb Orchestra Virtual Concert Party
Saturday 12th December, 7pm

Our final concert party of the year is one not to be missed! If you’ve been thinking about performing, now is your chance to do so and we are looking for anyone and everyone who’d like to showcase something they’ve learnt or have been working on. We’re seeing this concert party as a celebration of all of our efforts surrounding online activities, and you’re all invited!

To register your interest in performing, or just being part of the audience, please enrol here

The Cobweb Orchestra participant survey
To help us shape the future of The Cobweb Orchestra and the events we will run in the future, we hope to hear from as many of you in our participant survey. The survey will help us decide how best to proceed in line with government guidelines in the Spring term and going forward. We would appreciate as many of you as possible completing the survey so please do take the time to do so if you can. If you need help accessing the form, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.


Playing at Home

Thank you to all of you for your responses. The group met and are working hard to take forward the ideas.

Lorna Wright
Event Coordinator, Cobweb Orchestra

Posted by Tracy Reed