We hope to restart meetings in the Autumn
We need hardly note that the programme at the start of this year had to be abandoned so it is with pleasure that – tentatively at least – we hope to restart in the Autumn with a programme up to Christmas. The first session will be on Monday 21 September and will be The Legend of Orpheus and the Birth of Opera by Jeremy Barlow.
Starting at 7:30 as usual and at the usual place which if you haven’t been before is at the rear of the Guide’s Centre in St Ann St. By car go down to the end of Exeter St and left before the roundabout into Carmalite Way. Then left and almost back to St Ann St and there are some green gates on the left into a free car park. Access is easy for those with disabilities.
It is a modest £3 for non-members.
Please keep an eye on this site or on Facebook in case we have to cancel.
Once we have finalised the remaining evenings we will post the full programme here.
Look forward to seeing you or welcoming new members in September!
We regret to say the meeting planned for Monday 23 March has been postponed because of the current Covid-19 situation. Things are obviously changing fast – COBRA met this morning – so what happens in the future is in the lap of the gods.
We will let you know what we plan to do once we know more of what is going to happen.
The next meeting is tomorrow, Monday 29th of April and is a members’ evening. If you haven’t already done so, please let Tony know of your selection which must be 10 minutes or less including any introduction. You can ask someone to do that bit of it for you if you are not keen to stand up! You can come with your piece if you wish and be fitted in on the night.
Usual place, 7:30 start and free parking outside. See you there.
The next meeting of the Salisbury Recorded Music Society will be held on Monday 1 April 2019 at 7.30pm in our usual venue, when we shall be very pleased to welcome our own Ed Tinline who will be presenting an evening on the trumpet and other brass instruments.
I hope you will be able to come on Monday.
The next meeting of the Society on 12 November, is about the great British composer, Elgar
We shall be very pleased to welcome Duncan Eves from the Elgar Society, who will be presenting: Elgar – Orchestral Genius.
We look forward to seeing you on Monday. If you are not a member, the entrance fee is £3 for the evening. Parking is right outside and is free.
Notice of the June meeting on 4th
The June meeting will be a little different from normal and will be in the form of a concert of three works;
- Bellini – “ Norma” Sinfonia/Overture – Vittorio Gui conducting the Orchestra EIAR, Turin, 1937 -Historic recording
- Elgar Cello Concerto, Beatrice Harrison with Elgar conducting The New Symphony Orchestra, London, 1928 – Historic recording
- Beethoven Symphony No 7 Bruno Walter conducting the Columbia Symphony Orchestra, New York, 1969 – Historic recording.
Normal place and normal time with easy parking. If you don’t know where we are go to the ‘Find us’ tab on the home page where there is a map and a postcode. Only £3 for non-members