In the past…
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A pleasant Sunday afternoon
We attended a concert this afternoon in the charming setting of the Bournville Friends’ Meeting House. The model village of Bournville is on old stamping grounds for my husband, but I’d not actually been into the Meeting House before, so that was an added … Continue reading
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Watch “Wynton Marsalis – Carnival of Venice” on YouTube
Just a bit of Carnival cheer to brighten a February day. The last variation has some agile triple-tonguing! Enjoy!
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A Regency Christmas Concert with Dodici Corde
Another Shindig do tonight – the local touring arts scheme in Worcestershire. They provide a wonderfully eclectic selection of music, drama and dance and we have sampled many of their offerings. This time it was a candle- and lamp-lit Regency … Continue reading
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Who Knows Where the Time Goes?
An interesting revisit by Bryony Holden of an old favourite by (and with) Sandy Denny…
How did I miss…?
Saw Kathryn Williams tonight at the slightly eccentric venue of Huntingdon Hall in Worcester, and it was an excellent night. I only discovered her recently when I looked up the breathy and appealing singer of the theme tune to The … Continue reading
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I am always chary of too early a start to Christmas, but it is almost Advent, so it seemed like a good idea to go to a Candlelit Christmas recital that was part of the Worcestershire Shindig rural arts touring … Continue reading
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