Music Resonates in University of Leicester Richard Attenborough Centre
number of courses focusing on vocal performance, West African Drumming,
Song-writing and Music Appreciation are running at the Richard Attenborough
Centre all through the autumn term.
Tuesday and Thursday between 12.45 and 1.45pm ‘Lunchtime sound bites’ offer
an informal atmosphere with live musical performances from a variety of
autumn music programme shows a wide variety of melodious activity blending
students, schools and colleges and professionals and amateurs.
continues to resound with a performance on November 12 by the award winning
Guthlaxon Big Band, playing a dazzling mixture of classic standards and jazz or
Grammar School will give a recital of solos, duets and chamber music on November
19, and December 3 will have a recital of solos and more chamber music from
students of Guthlaxon College.
highlight of the RAC’s autumn programme will be October 30, when the
international cellist Matthew Barley will return to the Centre with the group Between
the Notes, creating a display of classical music with jazz, Indian, African,
funk, dance, pop, all of which results in a performance rich in music treats and
will also be an interactive workshop on the same day between 3 –5pm by Between
the Notes. Additional Information about the workshop is available from
Philip Herbert at the RAC.
autumn programme concludes on November 23 with the first in a series of concerts
‘presenting young musicians’, sponsored by HSBC.
Further information on these events or
ticket sales is available from the University of Leicester Richard Attenborough
Centre, telephone 0116 252 2455, email RACentre@le.ac.uk
NOTES TO EDITORS:
For more details about the music programme at the University of
Leicester Richard Attenborough Centre please contact Philip Herbert, Music
Tutor, telephone 0116 223 1526, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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