MUSICAL ACTIVITIES:

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Carrick Consort

 

Carrick Consort

Recorder group


 We are approaching a busy time for our group. One of our players attended a Course at Lyme Regis from November 11th – 14th and another went up there this weekend. Myself and another of our group attended an advanced  ‘Canons and Fugues’ Course from November 11th – 14th in Somerset. When it started to snow on Thursday morning we did wonder if we would be stuck there!
Twelve of us got together the next day, Friday 15th to play at the Camborne Music Festival. We entered two groups in the class and our second one won the section by a narrow margin– the playing of all four sets of players was of a very good standard and the adjudicator was impressed by and enjoyed all the performances.
As we head towards Christmas we have bookings to play at Trelissick House each Saturday in December and also at Treliske.


The Carrick Consort was formed about 6 years ago with just 3 players. Since then we have grown to a group of (at present) 18 members, many of whom have learnt to play other recorders apart from the size they were used to.
We usually perform in 4 parts: descant, treble, tenor and bass but sometimes more.
A wide variety of music is explored from 15th Century to present day in a range of styles.
We meet on Monday mornings in term time at Perranwell Centre from 9:45 to 12:15 with a coffee break in the middle.
We are also an affiliated orchestra of the Society of Recorder Players.
Some of our players take part in various Residential Recorder Courses further afield which broadens our repertoire and improves technique.


We are a very friendly group so if there are any new members out there who were/are Recorder Players do feel free to come and try us out!

Recorders:

November 25th
December 2nd/ 9th
 If you are interested please contact Helen Whomersley on 01872 858339 or by e mail helenwhomersley@talktalk.net

 

Clarinet Band:

clarinet group

 

A small friendly group who enjoy exploring a wide range of music together. If you have played the clarinet previously, or have recently started playing you would be welcome to join us.
Please contact the leader for details of our meetings.
Margaret Edwards 01872 859675 or mand.edwards2017@btinternet.com

Ever Heard Of Tintinnabulation??????

Rings A Bell!

Can you count?

Can You keep time?

Can you ring a bell?

You can?

Then come and join the U3A Hand Bell Ringers.

Find out more about our friendly group by giving us a call:

Brenda on 01209822074.
 

 

Carrick Bells:

bells

 

 

Bell music requires differing numbers of Ringers. The more Ringers the better. That's why we are always looking for new recruits. You don't have to be able to read music. You just need to keep a beat. When you watch bell ringers they are seriously concentrating ( that's considered good especially for the elderly!) So why not come along and have a go?
We are a friendly group (although the leader can be stern) and meet Weds afternoon 3:30 till 5:30 at The Mills Hall in Carharrack, but not Feb 12th or 19th.
Interested??  Then give me an email, ring or just turn up. We will be pleased to see you.
Brenda Moulson or 01209822074

 

Mills Hall Carharrack Wednesdays 3:30 to 5:30


 

"U3A JAZZ APPRECIATION GROUP (JAG)

The Jazz Appreciation Group (JAG) held a most interesting meeting at their 2nd meeting of the year Monday 20th January 2020 at  the Carnon Downs Village Hall. We invited the Simon Latarche Trio along to demonstrate how the various instruments the musicians play blend and stay in tune with each other. We were given a enthusiastic and humorous talk of how this is carried out, with some interaction from the audiance. We discussed how music isn't just fundimental to humanity(no human society is without it)but that it is also an innate part of our psychological and evolutionary make-up a social glue, which brings people together.

Sion Latarche Trio


David Weaver 01872870385 d.weaver02@btinternet.com

 

The Simon Latarche Trio consist of Simon Latarche Piano, Sam Norman Bass and Keith Marshall Drums. 

David S Weaver
Group Leader



U3A Carrick Singers:

Carrick Singers
Going from strength to strength

Your choir continues to grow in number and singing versatility under the careful guidance of its group leader Andrew Julian and the inspirational musical direction of Richard Bailey.

musicThe weekly, Wednesday afternoon, practises have an intensity of purpose with Richard’s flare for keeping everyone attentive though his musicality and wit.  The small band of tenors, or are they baritones, would greatly welcome others joining them – why don’t you give it a go or encourage a friend to do so.?

The introduction of published musical scores, for every member, is greatly increasing the Choir’s repertoire.  Alongside that the choir’s concert sartorial elegance has expanded to include both turquoise and pink; scarves for the ladies and bowties for the gentlemen.  A polite request to any former member: returning the music and passing on your scarf or bowtie would help keep membership of the choir the exceedingly good value that it is.  Just call Andrew on 01872 870164; thank you.

 


Andrew Julian    andrewjulian@hotmail.co.uk    01872 870164

 

 

 

Music Appreciation - Truro:

The dates for our next series of meetings are as follows- 12th Sept 2019, 26th Sept, 10th Oct, 24th Oct, 7th Nov, 21st Nov, 12th Dec.
The group meets fortnightly in members' homes from 10.30am to 12.30 pm At present the waiting list is closed.Anyone who wishes to make enquiries about the group should ring Avril Vincent

Avril Vincent. Group Leader 07854 875147

 

 

 

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Pat Harrod & Wendy MorrisGroups coordinator