Cobweb News 7 – 20.03.14

Dear All,
I hope you all enjoyed your weekend off from Cobweb activities – a rare occurrence these days.
Coming up this weekend . . .
Sunday 23rd March – Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 2 Study Day with Peter Crompton
2.00 – 6.00pm
Kirkland Hall, Kendal, LA9 5AF

There is a fine orchestra coming together for this study day but there is still space for anyone else who would like to play. A bassoon or 2 and more strings would be particularly welcome. Don’t miss this opportunity to play this great Tchaikovsky Symphony. More details and the enrolment form are available on the website
A gentle reminder . . .
The Sedbergh Residential is just around the corner – please sign up for this asap if you haven’t done so already. Those already signed up please do send me the balance on your booking. We still have room for anyone who wishes to come whether for the whole weekend or just a day. Horns . . . where are you? We need at least 5 to play Mahler 5 and it has lots of fabulous parts.
Come and listen . . .
Saturday 12th April – The Cobweb Chamber Orchestra in Concert
The Music Room, Preston Park Museum, TS18 3RH

The CCO, conducted by Andy Jackson are performing a wonderful programme of music in this exquisite venue. The programme includes Mozart, Ravel, Rosetti, Tchaikovsky and Mendelssohn.
Tickets are selling fast so if you’d like to support the CCO please phone Preston Park Museum 01642 527 375 and buy your ticket (£10/8)
The BIG PLAY . . .
Monday 21st April – The BIG PLAY
11.00am – 7.00pm
Middlesbrough Town Hall, Albert Road, TS1 2QJ

Easter Monday sees The Cobweb Orchestra back at Middlesbrough Town Hall for our 4th BIG PLAY. Do join us for a fantastic day of music making. There will be at least 8 great works to play, all connected somehow to the 4th, which is our theme for this year.
As this is a huge event please do send/email your enrolment form with payment asap. For further details please see the event webpage
That’s all for this week. I hope to see lots of you at the various events coming up.

Posted by Sue Baker