Events Diary

Read below to find out how to join in our virtual Cobweb events

Don’t forget to read the news to find out more about everything  we’re getting up to!

If you have any queries or if you’d like any further information, please contact our events coordinator:
Lorna Wright:

If you’d like to receive regular emails about our events, please sign up to our mailing list here.

If you ever have space in your car and would be happy to share your journey to an event with another Cobwebber, The Cobwebs Car Sharing Link tells you which lifts are available and if any are needed.
Disclaimer: Please be aware that this form is not private, so any contact information you give here is visible to everyone. Alternatively, if you enrol in advance, the online enrolment form for each event allows you to ‘click’ to offer a lift.

Please click on ‘categories’ below if you wish to search for events that are specifically participation, performance, or residential. (Don’t worry if there isn’t an enrolment form yet, as they will be available nearer to the event).

Cobweb Orchestra Virtual Concert Party @ Zoom
Mar 6 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

If you’d like to perform at the next Cobweb Orchestra Virtual Concert Party we’d love to have you!

Please email to register your interest.

Cobweb Orchestra Musical Book Club @ Zoom
Mar 11 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Cobweb Orchestra Musical Book Club
Thursday 11th March, 7pm

We’re going to be getting more ambitious at the next Book Club as we tackle the 2nd movement from Mahler’s Symphony no. 1 – “The Titan”. Don’t be put off though – remember we can’t hear you play! We’ll be discussing the piece and we value any feedback or discussion you’d like to bring.

You can find the music by clicking here: The trumpet parts are in F, but there are Bb versions which can be sent to anyone who wants them.

To enrol, please click here

Live Recital with Helen Farrar @ Zoom
Mar 25 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Live Recital with Helen Farrar
Thursday 25th March, 7pm

Join us for the next Live Recital where you can play along or simply listen as Helen Farrar plays the amazing Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No. 2.

You can download your part here: