We meet at a friendly community centre in Ludworth, which is only 7.5 miles away from Durham. This is the newest Cobweb group and it is a little different from the others as it is focused on making music that is more appropriate for less experienced players. Cobwebbers who turn up with a second instrument are very useful as they are able to give support and share their advice. We play a range of music although still aspire to explore pieces from across the orchestral repertoire, sometimes using arrangements that are less demanding.

Leader Tracy Reed
Time Tuesday
7 pm – 9 pm
Venue Ludworth Community Centre
2 North View
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Autumn Term Dates 2018

First rehearsal Tuesday 11 September
Break for half term Tuesday 16 October and Tuesday 23 October
Last rehearsal of term Tuesday 27 November

Group Trustee

Tracy Reed (co-opted)

We don’t have a trustee who attends the Ludworth group as a player. There will be a vacancy to be filled due to a resignation. If you are interested, please contact us.

Music for the Autumn Term

There’ll be another varied selection to try, with some Classical from Verdi, Holst and Sibelius, and some Popular such as ‘The Sound of Music’, as well as pieces written or arranged especially for Cobwebs by Andy Jackson (Tyneside conductor), Greg Pullen (Spennymoor conductor), Lizelle Kirby (past Morpeth conductor), and Arthur Kay (Composers and Arrangers Group).

We are still a small group, and we would love to have more players, so please come. We have lots of fun!

Please help us to advertise the Ludworth group. You can download a poster here.

Latest Group News

Thanks to everyone who attended a performance by The Elvaston Ensemble at St Mary’s Church in Shincliffe on 8 June to help with fundraising  for Ludworth Cobwebs, and the  ‘If U Care Share Foundation’. They will be returning on Friday 14 December, so please come! The Elvaston Ensemble are all Cobwebbers: Chrissie (flute), Anita (oboe), Tracy (clarinet), Rye (bassoon) and Clare (horn). This time they’ll be performing some Christmas music so you may even get the chance to sing along!