Cobweb News

In this weeks Cobweb News:
Cobweb Orchestra Musical Book Club
Memories of Lee Fairlie
Cobweb Orchestra AGM

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Posted by Tracy Reed

Cobweb News

What an incredible weekend we had celebrating our Silver Anniversary! It was amazing to see so many of you there supporting and getting involved, from even as far as Tasmania! Andy and I have been so grateful for your support and messages, thank you to you all.

A message from Tracy Reed:

If you’d like the celebrations to last even longer, you could take a look at our new ‘silver anniversary’ page
You’ll be able to watch the archive film that was shown during the weekend, and view our very first website.

In this weeks Cobweb News:
– A note from Andy
– Cobweb Orchestra Musical Book Club
– A concert from London – join in or listen to Trio Taliesin
– Cobweb Orchestra Virtual Concert Party
– AGM
Posted by Tracy Reed

Cobweb News

In this weeks Cobweb News
Cobweb Orchestra’s Silver Anniversary Celebrations – this weekend!
Posted by Tracy Reed

Cobweb News

In this weeks Cobweb News
Study Day in Haxby this Sunday 27 September CANCELLED
Cobweb Orchestra Musical Book Club, 1 October
A message from The Finance Team
New Tyneside Orchestral Society in the next Making Music Virtual Concert, 29th September 
Posted by Tracy Reed

Cobweb News

We are unable to host our event in Haxby as we previously thought we might but we will keep on with our online programme for now.

In this weeks Cobweb News
Cobweb Orchestra Musical Book Club – tomorrow night!
Sheet music available

Posted by Tracy Reed

Cobweb News

A huge congratulations to those who performed as part of the Virtual Concert Party last weekend. Thanks to everyone as always for your support too – it’s always nice to see you there. Talking of which, our next Virtual Concert Party is part of our 25th Anniversary on the 3rd October. Maybe you have a piece you’d like to share that brings back fond memories of your Cobwebs experience? For more information, please see the website here and do let Lorna or Andy know if you’d like to get involved in performing!
Some of you may be aware that we were planning an event in Haxby on the 19th September. Unfortunately, due to the uncertainty of the latest government announcement, we are going to have to put this on hold until we have had chance to work out whether it can indeed go ahead.
In this weeks Cobweb News
– The Social Lives of Composers – tomorrow night!
– Musical Book Club
– 200 Club
Posted by Tracy Reed

Cobweb News

Cobwebs is officially (almost) back! Thanks so much to those in the Guinea Pig Orchestra who took part in our experiment on Saturday. They played 2 Symphonies and 2 Overtures (not bad for a 3 hour session!) and we’ve had great feedback so far with Dave Wood stating it was the “best thing that’s happened since March!”  We are preparing now to see if we can hold events in this new normal so watch out in the coming weeks for that, as well as watching out for information from your groups. In the meantime, we have 2 events online this week we’d love you to get involved with, as well as something new for next week led by Catherine, flute player from Tyneside group.

In this weeks Cobweb News:
Musical Book Club – this Thursday!
Virtual Concert Party – this Saturday!
The Social Lives of Composers – hosted by Dr. Catherine Preston

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Posted by Tracy Reed

Cobweb News

It’s getting exciting planning our anniversary weekend, despite the fact we can’t play big events in person we hope you’ll get involved. I hope you enjoyed reading the Silver Trumpet. If you missed it, you can read it here.
We are particularly looking forward to experiment with those who signed up for the Guinea Pig Orchestra tomorrow in a first rehearsal (of sorts) back.
Don’t forget that the deadline for the next Cobweb Virtual Orchestra event is the end of this month so enrol HERE if you want to be involved. There’s two fantastic events next week we’d also love you to get involved with…

In this weeks Cobweb News:
Cobweb Orchestra Musical Book Club
Virtual Concert Party
Update on the Free Music Catalogue
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