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Independent workshops

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 use the contacts provided.

Workshops

Rockschool

6 September - 6 December Ages 10 - 19

Rockschool is a place where you can meet people with similar interests and musicians of all calibres. it's a laid-back chilled environment where everyone is welcome.

Learn to play a new instrument, write songs and lay down tracks in the studio in a laid back, chilled environment where everyone is welcome.

All equipment is provided so come and meet people with similar interests and have loads of fun.

Rock School is run by Music Fusion, a youth music charity delivering music projects in Havant and the surrounding region.

For more information, please send an email to info@musicfusion.org.uk

Wednesday 4.30pm - 6.30pm
Tertulia Language courses

Tertulia Language Courses

Free teaching materials £95 no enrolment fees

Whether you are a complete beginner have basic knowledge, we will teach you key words and basic vocabulary to understand simple daily situations.You will be able to practise your reading, writing, listening and speaking skills through different activities.

Booking essential as spaces are limited.

For more information and to book, please call 077 5192 9500 or email info@tertulia.co.uk 

From October
Workshops

The Elgar Society Southern Branch

Free

The Dream of Mammon - Elgar’s Earnings
Saturday 9 September 2pm – 4pm

After qualifying as a chartered accountant John Drysdale pursued a career as a merchant banker. He also holds doctorates in musicology from Oxford and Southampton Universities and an honorary doctorate from the Open University.

In this engrossing talk he combines his interest in monetary and musical matters by exploring how much Elgar earned in his lifetime. Come and discover the results of his unique research.


Nicholas Kilburn – Elgar’s Unregarded Muse
Saturday 14 October 2.00 – 4pm

The significance of Nicholas Kilburn’s friendship with Elgar in terms of the composer’s career and inspiration has never been fully appreciated. Richard Westwood-Brookes’ talk will give a brief description of Kilburn’s background and the crucial role he played in Elgar’s life including his involvement in one of the most intriguing of Elgar’s enigmas.

For more information, please contact Mrs. Wendy Wiseman, Branch Secretary on 01590 626516 or email wendy@arthur5.plus.com