The next meeting is tonight, Monday 25th October, when Ed Tinline will be presenting: Harmony around the Baltic
He hopes you’ll be able to join him on a musical journey around some of the Baltic countries, enjoying pieces by local composers including Jean Sibelius, Arvo Pärt, Hugo Alvén, and others.
We shall have an interval when we will be able to offer tea or coffee, but you’re welcome to bring your own drink. As before, we ask all attending to follow the Covid safety measures we have in place including signing in and sanitising procedures on arrival, well spaced seating, wearing a mask, minimising moving around and maintaining social distancing.
Copies of the full programme for the season will be available at the meeting.
However please would you note that while the dates of coming meetings are unchanged we have had to alter the running order in November. The amended programme up to Christmas is now:
- On 8th November Alan Forshaw will present ‘Listening to Beethoven in a different light’.
- And then on 22nd November we shall have a Members’ Evening. If you have a piece of around 10 minutes that you would like bring and have played please let a committee member know.
Our final meeting before Christmas will be on 6th December 2021 when Ruth Barlow will present ‘Classical Music in Animations’ and invite us to join her in an end of term scamper through some cartoons with great classical music, including considering whether Fantasia was Mickey Mouse’s finest hour and listening to Tom and Jerry playing Liszt.
We hope you will be able to come on Monday 25th October at 7.30 and to feel comfortable with the arrangements we plan to have in place.