City music fest is a real class act
THE 2012 City of Plymouth Music Festival runs from Monday, November 12 to Saturday 17.
Instrumental classes run Monday-Wedneday (adjudicator Helen Deakin), vocal classes Thursday-Saturday, with school choirs classes on the Friday morning (adjudicator Marilyn Hill Smith, Mother Abbess in the Theatre Royal's Sound of Music a couple of years back).
All classes are held at the Methodist Central Hall, sessions starting at 9.30am, 2pm and 6pm daily – except Monday (begins at 11.30), and Thursday (no morning session).
Further information is available from the website (www.cityofplymouthfestival.co.uk) or the music secretary (01752 776731).
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Meanwhile preparations for next year's 23rd Saltash Music Festival (January 28-February 10) are under way and organisers are also hoping for an increase in entries.
The closing date is Monday, November 26 – full details are available from Marilyn Tait (email@example.com).
Plymouth and District Organists' Association is sponsoring an illustrated talk on the 18th-century composer and organist John Alcock, sometime organist at St Andrew's Minster Church, at Plymouth's Emmanuel Church on Tuesday November 13 at 7.30pm by Dr Peter Marr.
The event is open to the general public, with a retiring collection in aid of the association's tuition scheme.
For further information please phone 01822 617848.