Tebay

The Tebay group was the second Cobweb group to be formed, and has nurtured the playing of amateur musicians over many years. In the true Cobweb tradition, we welcome players of all abilities who love to play a wide range of orchestral music together. Tebay is just off junction 38 of the M6 and so is very easily accessible from all directions, and we attract players from South and Central Lakeland, Penrith, the Lune Valley and the Sedbergh area.

Leader Roland Fudge
fudgeroland47@gmail.com
Telephone: 015242 51567 and 07766 056808
Time Tuesday
7.30 pm – 9.30 pm
Venue Tebay Methodist Church Hall
Tebay
Penrith
CA10 3XG

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Autumn Term Dates 2019

First rehearsal Tuesday 10 September
Break for half term Tuesday 22 October
Last rehearsal of term Tuesday 26 November

Trustee

Judith Greene

If you are interested in applying to be a trustee in the future, or if there is anything you would like to tell the trustees about the group, please contact us.

Group News

Tebay’s conductor Roland Fudge will be leading a study day this weekend to explore some of his compostions:

Saturday 9 November 2019, 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Stainton Village Hall,
Stainton,
Penrith,
Cumbria.
CA11 0EP.
Cost: £12.50 for Cobweb members / £17
Here are a few words by Roland about the event:
“In countless situations I have relished the challenge of composing and arranging music for ensembles with varying instrumental combinations and degrees of playing ability. My “Earth Dwellers” has, consequently, been performed in several versions; perhaps we will have time to do all five movements and experience the organic flow. I always seek to write music that is life-enhancing for the listener and the player; clever but not impenetrable; you can judge for yourselves! Grieg’s Peer Gynt and Elegiac Melodies need no introduction – gorgeous music, even with a few minor adaptations, where essential, by Fudge.”
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