Upcoming Events

POSTPONEMENTS…

Singing Workshop and Concert

Saturday 28th March 2020

DUE TO COVID-19 BOTH THE WORKSHOP & CONCERT HAVE BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

REFUNDS: If you have bought tickets, you can choose either to hang on to them for use when the event is re-scheduled or you can request a refund (you will have been emailed with details – but do contact RAP if you have any problems.)

City Chamber Choir & RAP
St Mary the Virgin Church, Salehurst
Tickets on-line:
www.ticketsource.co.uk/city-chamber-choir

Workshop: £30 (including music hire) +£2.10 admin fee

Dvořák’s Requiem

If you are an enthusiastic amateur singer who would like to explore this unique choral work and brush up on singing technique over the course of a sociable and enjoyable day, this is for you!

Rare Opportunity

We have chosen Dvořák’s Requiem because it is rarely performed, and it is even rarer for amateur singers to have the chance to sing it.

Dvořák himself intended this hoary, fire-and- brimstone work for an English-speaking audience, having visited England nine times. He conducted the piece at its premiere in Birmingham in 1891

Mentor & Soloists

Mentor for the day is Stephen Jones. He has worked with leading choirs as a conductor and chorus master.

Joining Stephen will be the amazing soloists Katherine Boyce, Aino Konkka, Sam Barton and Steve Hawksley.

Please click here for complete details: Salehurst Singing Workshop

Not a singer? Join us for the informal concert at 6.30pm. Suggested entry donation £5-£10, which will go directly to St Mary’s Church. Drinks available at the concert, donations welcome, again all of which will go to St Mary’s Church.


Made in Robertsbridge 2020

15-17 May 2020

DUE TO COVID-19 THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED. Watch this space for new dates.

Celebrating local creatives

To mark the 20th anniversary of the Robertsbridge Arts Partnership we plan to host a three-day festival of exhibitions, workshops and special performances to showcase your abilities.

Painter, potter, drummer, knitter, jeweller, poet, photographer, weaver, whatever your medium we want to hear from you. We want this festival to be a collaboration, culminating in a piece of art or craft designed for permanent display in the village.

If you’re interested in getting involved, please get in touch by:

Emailing rap.org.uk@gmail.com

Speaking to Gillian Branford. You can find her most days at:
Teal, The Old Bank, High Street, Robertsbridge.

Creatives and non-creatives alike, everyone is welcome to participate.
We look forward to hearing from you.

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