Cobweb News

In this week’s Cobweb News:
Mozart Day
New World Symphony Study Day, Middlesbrough
Guinea Pig Orchestra date

Mozart Day
Saturday 17th July, 11 am – 4 pm

Askham and Helton Village Hall,
Askham, Penrith, CA10 2PF.
Cost £12/15

Despite any changes that may be announced to restrictions, we are continuing to work on the basis of a full risk assessment and very strict procedures will be in place to ensure that the event is safe. Participants must commit to reading and adhering to a checklist of rules that will be provided in advance. We will still cap this event at 30 people, unless the restrictions change, so please register your interest soon if you would like to join. The day’s music will be chosen once we know who’ll be coming.To enrol, please click here

New World Symphony Study Day
Sunday 25th July, 2 – 6pm
Pineapple Black Arts Venue,
Hill Street Centre, Middlesbrough. TS1 1SU
Cost £12/15

We’ve found a fantastic new space in Middlesbrough and it’s huge, so we thought the work needs to be huge! We hope that restrictions will not be needed at this event, so we’re welcoming all of you to join us in working on Dvorak’s New World Symphony No.9.You can have a look at your part in advance by downloading the music here: https://imslp.org/wiki/Symphony_No.9,_Op.95_(Dvo%C5%99%C3%A1k,_Anton%C3%ADn)We still need to know who is coming in advance, so please sign up as soon as possible and we will know if we’ve got a viable orchestra attending.To enrol, please click here.

Guinea Pig Orchestra / Composers and Arrangers Day
Sunday 22nd August, 2 – 6pm
Eldon Community Centre,

Main Road, Bishop Auckland. DL14 8XB
FREE to attend

Join the composers and arrangers to have a go at what they’ve been working on over lockdown! They’d love as full an orchestra as possible to try out their works. It’s free to attend, and a chance to improve your sight-reading skills. There’ll be an enrolment form out soon, but this is advance notice to get the date in your diary.

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Lorna Wright
Event Coordinator, Cobweb Orchestra

Posted by Tracy Reed