As well as holding our own events and workshops, The Spring is home to some vibrant, creative local businesses who hire rooms for their activities. For details and bookings, please used the contacts provided.
With Terry Barfoot
A series of meetings examining the repertoire of great classical composers, including a concert by the Marmen String Quartet.
The course is for anyone who has an interest in music, and will feature a variety of repertoire by the great composers.
For more information, please call 023 9238 3356 or email email@example.com
Award winning fun and educational pre-school music sessions.
Music is introduced in a way children enjoy and find easy to understand.
Includes sensory experience for babies, language and counting for toddlers. self-expression and confidence building for pre-schoolers.
Book your free session by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 023 9400 0226
All equipment provided. Have loads of fun, learn how to play an instrument, write songs and record them at the East Street studios.
Music Fusion is a youth music charity delivering music projects to over 30,000 young people each year.
For more information, please send an email to email@example.com
Saturday 21 January, 2.00pm
When not composing, Elgar engaged in a wide number of interests including cycling, golf, horse racing, chemistry and woodwork. Martin Passande, former Chairman of London Branch, will talk about the depth and breadth of Elgar’s leisure activities and, in some cases, their influence on his work.
OUR NEVER-TO-BEFORGOTTEN FRIEND ROSA NEWMARCH
Saturday 22 April, 2.00pm
Rosa Newmarch was an influential figure in the musical life of early 20th century London. During the 1890s she visited Russia and got to know several of its composers.
She wrote the programme notes for Henry Wood’s Promenade Concerts for some forty years and arranged only visit to this country in 1926. Peter Avis, a former music administrator, now writes CD booklets and programme notes and gives pre-concert talks. More recently he presented a radio programme about Rosa Newmarch. In his talk he will explore the many aspects of her fascinating life.
For further information, please contact Mrs. Wendy Wiseman, Branch Secretary
Tel: 01590 626516
Whether you are a complete beginner or have basic knowledge, we will teach you key words and main structures of the target language.
AIM OF THE COURSE
You will learn basic structures and vocabulary of the target language in order to understand simple daily situations. You will be able to practise your reading, writing, listening and speaking skills through different activities.
• 12-hour course over 6 weeks, a 2-hour lesson each week
• Focuses on communication and cultural aspects
• Friendly and relaxing atmosphere
Learn a language in a friendly and unique way! For further information, please call 077 5192 9500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org