Third Party Events and Opportunities

Please find below other musical events and groups that may be of interest.


Global Harmony – Community Choir, Melton Mowbray

We need a Choir Leader! Could you lead this community choir to greater heights?

We are a fun and friendly a capella World Music choir with high standards of performance and presentation built up over 19 years. Our wonderful musical director Liz Underhill is retiring in July 2018; this is a great opportunity for someone with enthusiasm, energy and commitment looking to lead and inspire us.

We meet on Monday nights in Melton Mowbray, during school terms.

For further information please contact Duncan Manderson 07714292322 or email: duncanmanderson@hotmail.com

www.globalharmony.org.uk


ROADE COMMUNITY ORCHESTRA

Tuesday evenings 6.30 – 8.15 p.m. term time
Roade Primary School Hall
Hartwell Road, Roade, Northants NN7 2NT

No audition required, welcomes musicians of all abilities and ages

Contact Ian Riley  (Musical Director and conductor) 0797 6427 396

or Maggie Scott (chair) 01604 831311  maggiescott.fiddler@gmail.com

Come and join other musicians from all over Northamptonshire and surrounding counties in a friendly relaxed atmosphere

Visit our website for more information

www.roadeorchestra.com


Carlton Male Voice Choir

CMVC is a long established TTBB choir based in Carlton, Nottingham with nearly 100 singing members.

Our choir is always looking to welcome new members of all ages and vocal ranges to join our ranks. Under the leadership of our Musical Director, Ian Watts, the choir is endeavouring to become recognised as outstanding and we are particularly seeking to strengthen our Second Tenor/Tenor 2 section.

Many of our choir members, including myself, also belong to mixed choirs and find the diversity of singing experience extremely complementary and enjoyable.

New singers would be very welcome to just come along to one of our Wednesday evening practice sessions to see and hear what we are all about.

This invitation does not extend solely to Tenor 2s. We would welcome new members of all vocal ranges.

Further information is available on our website www.carltonmvc.org or interested singers could contact me directly during evenings and weekends on 0115 9816294


Nottingham Philharmonic Orchestra

Saturday 23 June, Southwell Minster, 7.30pm

Music of awesome beauty by Richard Wagner, Richard Strauss and Debussy is offered by the Nottingham Philharmonic Orchestra in the wonderful Southwell Minster on Saturday 23rd June at 7.30pm.

We start with Wagner’s Prelude and Liebestod which takes music from the opening and very end of the opera Tristan and Isolde, encapsulating the essence of romantic love.   Strauss wrote several magnificent tone poems in the 1880s including Tod and Verklarung (Death and transfiguration) which concentrates on the glorious transfiguration following death.  Both the Wagner and Strauss include stirring and beautiful music!

We are playing Debussy’s marvellous symphonic piece La Mer, which is one of the finest orchestral evocations of the moods of the sea.   We also bring you four of the twenty-four piano preludes written by Debussy and orchestrated by British composer Colin Matthews, commissioned by Sir Mark Elder and the Halle orchestra.

Tickets at £15, £11, and £5 for children and students are available from The Cathedral Shop, Southwell 01636 812933, via the websites nottinghamphilharmonic.co.ukpriorbooking.com and ticketsource.co.uk as well as from the Royal Centre Box Office, Nottingham 0115 989 5555.


Singing for Justice

with the Nottingham Clarion Choir
Saturday 23 June

Part of Refugee Week 2018

10am Come along to share and learn songs which offer support to refugees and oppose intolerance (at Friends Meeting House, Clarendon Street)

12.30pm Shared lunch

2pm Street performance (at the Brian Clough Statue)

For more information visit www.nottinghamclarionchoir.net/comingup or call Linda on 0115 8590309


Nottingham Chamber Music Seminar

Saturday, 14th July, 1:00pm – 5:00pm

The Nottingham Chamber Music Seminar is a course for both adult and youth players to participate in focused study of chamber music in a relaxed and supportive atmosphere. Pre-formed ensembles of any combination and level – including strings, piano, woodwind, and brass – are encouraged. Groups can bring pieces they have been studying, or are just beginning to learn. The Festival is pleased to present coachings with the Villiers Quartet, the Quartet-in-Residence at Oxford University and Nottingham High School. Groups also have the option to participate in the public Chamber Masterclass and Conversation with the Villiers Quartet at the end of the seminar.

For more information and registration, visit: https://nottchamberfest.com/chamber-music-seminar

Contact the Festival at 0115 857 5222, or email info@nottchamberfest.com


SOROPTIMIST INTERNATIONAL OF NOTTINGHAM

website kmpresents A CONCERT BY ALL THE KANNEH-MASON FAMILY

Friday 14th September 2018, 7.30pm

St Mary’s Church, High Pavement (Lace Market), Nottingham

All proceeds to WeRHere (helping victims of domestic abuse in Nottinghamshire) and Street Child (educating street children in Sierra Leone)

Tickets £15 (unallocated seating) available 3rd April 2018 onwards from

Nottingham Tourism Centre 1-4 Smithy Row, Nottingham NG12BY
Tel 08444 775678
or
Windblowers, 75-77 Derby Road, NottinghamNG1 5BA
Tel 0115 941 0543  (cash or cheque only)
or
email sinottinghamsoroptimistconcert@gmail.com  (cash or cheque only)
Website:  www.sigbi.org/nottingham   
Facebook: Nottingham.soroptimists