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Snappy Operas Concert

Start Date: Wednesday, March 29, 2017
End Date: Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Location: Launceston Town Hall
Category: in Concerts
Tags:
Tags: Mahogany Opera, Snappy Opera


 
Wednesday 29 March, 6pm-7.15pm
Launceston Town Hall
Tickets: FREE (no booking required)
Featuring young people from

St Issey CE Primary School
St Petroc’s CE Primary School
St Stephen’s Community Primary School
Tregadillett Primary School
Warbstow Community Primary School

Snappy Operas is a new nationwide project by Mahogany Opera Group to create new short operas with young people aged 7-11 that’s heading to Launceston this April.
This term young people from across Cornwall are working with professional musicians to bring to life five new ten-minute long operas: learning words and music, creating props and costumes. Discover what they’ve made in an energetic evening of music and theatre, when the children will perform Snappy Operas for the first time.
The operas have been written by some of the UK’s most exciting composers and writers, including Errollyn Wallen, Emily Hall, Toby Litt and Ian McMillan, working together with groups of young people in Cornwall, Cumbria, Norfolk, North Tyneside and Suffolk. They are a collection of lively stories set to a variety of musical styles with elements of jazz, folk and classical.
Inspired by the Brothers Grimm, real life experiences and ideas from the children themselves, the evening will feature colourful characters including unicorns, dodos, sheep, hens and even headlice!
Come and see what these local young opera-makers have been up to.
Find out more about Snappy Operas at mahoganyoperagroup.co.uk
Snappy Operas is a Mahogany Opera Group production in partnership with Cornwall Music Education Hub, generously supported by Michael Tippett Musical Foundation and PRS for Music Foundation (Talent Development Partnership).

 
Wednesday 29 March, 6pm-7.15pm
Launceston Town Hall
Tickets: FREE (no booking required)
Featuring young people from

St Issey CE Primary School
St Petroc’s CE Primary School
St Stephen’s Community Primary School
Tregadillett Primary School
Warbstow Community Primary School

Snappy Operas is a new nationwide project by Mahogany Opera Group to create new short operas with young people aged 7-11 that’s heading to Launceston this April.
This term young people from across Cornwall are working with professional musicians to bring to life five new ten-minute long operas: learning words and music, creating props and costumes. Discover what they’ve made in an energetic evening of music and theatre, when the children will perform Snappy Operas for the first time.
The operas have been written by some of the UK’s most exciting composers and writers, including Errollyn Wallen, Emily Hall, Toby Litt and Ian McMillan, working together with groups of young people in Cornwall, Cumbria, Norfolk, North Tyneside and Suffolk. They are a collection of lively stories set to a variety of musical styles with elements of jazz, folk and classical.
Inspired by the Brothers Grimm, real life experiences and ideas from the children themselves, the evening will feature colourful characters including unicorns, dodos, sheep, hens and even headlice!
Come and see what these local young opera-makers have been up to.
Find out more about Snappy Operas at mahoganyoperagroup.co.uk
Snappy Operas is a Mahogany Opera Group production in partnership with Cornwall Music Education Hub, generously supported by Michael Tippett Musical Foundation and PRS for Music Foundation (Talent Development Partnership).




Wednesday 29 March, 6pm-7.15pm
Launceston Town Hall
Tickets: FREE (no booking required)
Featuring young people from

St Issey CE Primary School
St Petroc’s CE Primary School
St Stephen’s Community Primary School
Tregadillett Primary School
Warbstow Community Primary School

Snappy Operas is a new nationwide project by Mahogany Opera Group to create new short operas with young people aged 7-11 that’s heading to Launceston this April.
This term young people from across Cornwall are working with professional musicians to bring to life five new ten-minute long operas: learning words and music, creating props and costumes. Discover what they’ve made in an energetic evening of music and theatre, when the children will perform Snappy Operas for the first time.
The operas have been written by some of the UK’s most exciting composers and writers, including Errollyn Wallen, Emily Hall, Toby Litt and Ian McMillan, working together with groups of young people in Cornwall, Cumbria, Norfolk, North Tyneside and Suffolk. They are a collection of lively stories set to a variety of musical styles with elements of jazz, folk and classical.
Inspired by the Brothers Grimm, real life experiences and ideas from the children themselves, the evening will feature colourful characters including unicorns, dodos, sheep, hens and even headlice!
Come and see what these local young opera-makers have been up to.
Find out more about Snappy Operas at mahoganyoperagroup.co.uk
Snappy Operas is a Mahogany Opera Group production in partnership with Cornwall Music Education Hub, generously supported by Michael Tippett Musical Foundation and PRS for Music Foundation (Talent Development Partnership).









Wednesday 29 March, 6pm-7.15pm
Launceston Town Hall
Tickets: FREE (no booking required)
Featuring young people from

St Issey CE Primary School
St Petroc’s CE Primary School
St Stephen’s Community Primary School
Tregadillett Primary School
Warbstow Community Primary School

Snappy Operas is a new nationwide project by Mahogany Opera Group to create new short operas with young people aged 7-11 that’s heading to Launceston this April.
This term young people from across Cornwall are working with professional musicians to bring to life five new ten-minute long operas: learning words and music, creating props and costumes. Discover what they’ve made in an energetic evening of music and theatre, when the children will perform Snappy Operas for the first time.
The operas have been written by some of the UK’s most exciting composers and writers, including Errollyn Wallen, Emily Hall, Toby Litt and Ian McMillan, working together with groups of young people in Cornwall, Cumbria, Norfolk, North Tyneside and Suffolk. They are a collection of lively stories set to a variety of musical styles with elements of jazz, folk and classical.
Inspired by the Brothers Grimm, real life experiences and ideas from the children themselves, the evening will feature colourful characters including unicorns, dodos, sheep, hens and even headlice!
Come and see what these local young opera-makers have been up to.
Find out more about Snappy Operas at mahoganyoperagroup.co.uk
Snappy Operas is a Mahogany Opera Group production in partnership with Cornwall Music Education Hub, generously supported by Michael Tippett Musical Foundation and PRS for Music Foundation (Talent Development Partnership).









Wednesday 29 March, 6pm-7.15pm
Launceston Town Hall
Tickets: FREE (no booking required)
Featuring young people from

St Issey CE Primary School
St Petroc’s CE Primary School
St Stephen’s Community Primary School
Tregadillett Primary School
Warbstow Community Primary School

Snappy Operas is a new nationwide project by Mahogany Opera Group to create new short operas with young people aged 7-11 that’s heading to Launceston this April.
This term young people from across Cornwall are working with professional musicians to bring to life five new ten-minute long operas: learning words and music, creating props and costumes. Discover what they’ve made in an energetic evening of music and theatre, when the children will perform Snappy Operas for the first time.
The operas have been written by some of the UK’s most exciting composers and writers, including Errollyn Wallen, Emily Hall, Toby Litt and Ian McMillan, working together with groups of young people in Cornwall, Cumbria, Norfolk, North Tyneside and Suffolk. They are a collection of lively stories set to a variety of musical styles with elements of jazz, folk and classical.
Inspired by the Brothers Grimm, real life experiences and ideas from the children themselves, the evening will feature colourful characters including unicorns, dodos, sheep, hens and even headlice!
Come and see what these local young opera-makers have been up to.
Find out more about Snappy Operas at mahoganyoperagroup.co.uk
Snappy Operas is a Mahogany Opera Group production in partnership with Cornwall Music Education Hub, generously supported by Michael Tippett Musical Foundation and PRS for Music Foundation (Talent Development Partnership).





Cornwall Flute Festival

Start Date: Saturday, March 25, 2017
End Date: Sunday, March 26, 2017
Location: Truro School
Category: in Youth Workshops & Masterclasses
Tags:
Tags: For Flutes, Truro School


 


Sax is Our Business in Concert at the Burrell Theatre

Start Date: Thursday, March 23, 2017
End Date: Friday, March 24, 2017
Location: Burrell Theatre
Category: in Concerts
Tags:
Tags: Concert



Cornwall Music Service Trust 2017 Conference

Start Date: Tuesday, March 21, 2017
End Date: Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Location: Sands Resort, Newquay
Category: in Training & CPD
Tags:
Tags: Cornwall Music Service Trust

The Cornwall Music Education Hub is pleased to once again be working with the Cornwall Music Service Trust to offer a day of practical workshops for teaching music in primary schools

 
 


Songfest in Torpoint

Start Date: Thursday, March 16, 2017
End Date: Thursday, March 16, 2017
Location: St James Church, Torpoint
Category: in Concerts
Tags:
Tags: songfest


Songfest Unplugged!
The final concert in this year's Songfest will be a mini concert in Torpoint.  It will feature the same Rockin' All Over the World repertoire as our other Songfest  concerts but this concert will be a smaller and more low key performance without the Songfest live band and high tech sound and lighting.
The concert will feature performances by:
Soloists and groups from Saltash.net and Torpoint Community College
Massed school choir made up of singers from Antony, Millbrook and Quethiock
Venue - St James Church, Torpoint
Date - 16th March 2017
Time - 18.00 - 19.15 (no interval)
Tickets - On the door - donations


Songfest 2017 - Penzance

Start Date: Monday, March 13, 2017
End Date: Monday, March 13, 2017
Location: Mounts Bay Academy
Category: in Concerts
Tags:
Tags: Songfest, Mounts Bay Academy


Schools performing at this concert:
Crowan
Godolphin
Mousehole
St Hilary
St Levan
St Madderns
St Mary's C of E
St Mary's RC
Trythall
 Plus performances by students from:
Mounts Bay Academy
 


Cool Clarinets!

Start Date: Saturday, March 11, 2017
End Date: Saturday, March 11, 2017
Location: AMATA Centre, Falmouth University
Category: in Youth Workshops & Masterclasses
Tags:
Tags: falmouth university



Workshop with James Rae

Start Date: Saturday, March 11, 2017
End Date: Saturday, March 11, 2017
Location: Truro High School for Girls
Category: in Youth Workshops & Masterclasses
Tags:
Tags: James Rae


 
 


Songfest 2017 - Launceston 2

Start Date: Wednesday, March 8, 2017
End Date: Wednesday, March 8, 2017
Location: Launceston Town Hall
Category: in Concerts
Tags:
Tags: Songfest, Launceston Town Hall


Schools performing at this concert:
Coads Green
North Petherwin
Sir Robert Geoffreys
South Petherwin
St Cleer & Blisland
St Stephen Saltash
Tregadillet
Trekenner
 
 


Songfest 2017 - Launceston

Start Date: Tuesday, March 7, 2017
End Date: Tuesday, March 7, 2017
Location: Launceston Town Hall
Category: in Concerts
Tags:
Tags: Songfest, Launceston Town Hall


Schools performing at this concert:
Dobwalls
Harrowbarrow
Pensilva
St Dominic
St Mellion
 


 

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