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Christmas Carol Singing at Isabel's Restaurant, Ashley Cross Isabel’s Restaurant would love you to join us for an evening of Festive Carol Singing & Harp provided by Conical Sphere Music on Wednesday 20th December from 6.30pm… Complimentary Mince Pies and Mulled Wine with contributions on the evening going towards the community work of Conical Sphere Music, especially towards their work with The Light 2018. We look forward to seeing you there for a fun and fabulous festive evening!
Would you like to help us and sing? All well known carols in a friendly, relaxed & fun atmosphere… Get in touch and let us know!
Carol Singing Isabel's Restaurant Ashley Cross Poole
 
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Join Dorset musician Sam Hanson 7pm Thursday 25th January 2018 as he explains “The Joy Of Music Theory”. A short and engaging “TED-style” talk including the chance to see Sam give hands-on demonstrations from one of the most talented local pianists & organists. Followed by a Q&A Session with the artist, free refreshments and an opportunity for networking. Space is limited so early booking essential. Entry by donation – all funds will be going towards supporting the work of Conical Sphere Music Community Interest Company and their community work with The Light in 2018. Free Refreshments Provided.
About the Artist Sam Hanson graduated from Jesus College, Cambridge in 2008 reading Music. Whilst there he held the position of organ scholar, a position which he has also previously held at Salisbury Cathedral. He is also an Associate of the Royal College of Organists (ARCO). Sam has performed in Westminster Abbey, Winchester Cathedral, Salisbury Cathedral & Wimborne Minster amongst others, as well as accompanying for BBC Young Musician of the Year and the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra.
The Joy Of Music Theory
 
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Join Dorset musician Stephanie Liney 7pm Saturday 25th November 2017 as she explains “Why You Should Love The Recorder”. A short and engaging “TED-style” talk including the chance to hear Stephanie play a variety of music on Renaissance, Baroque and Modern recorders. Followed by a Q&A Session with the artist, free refreshments and an opportunity for networking. Space is limited so early booking essential. Entry by donation – all funds will be going towards supporting the work of Conical Sphere Music Community Interest Company and their community work with The Light in 2018. Free Refreshments Provided.
About the Artist Stephanie Liney graduated from Dartington College of Arts with a BA (Hons) in Music Performance. Whilst there she specialised in contemporary classical music for the recorder, studying with Linda Hardwick. She also studied both harpsichord with Ricardo Barros and cello with Mike Edwards (Electric Light Orchestra), focusing on early music.
Why You Should Love The Recorder