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Hub News Summer 2014
ContentsHub Opportunities 1Hub Training 4Hub Snapshots 5Events around the Hub 7
Lincolnshire Music Service01522 552818www.lincsmusicservice.org
Lincolnshire Music Service Champions BBC Music Ten Pieces initiative
The aim of this exciting new initiative is to provide a stimulus for music and arts education in primary schools throughout the country, linked together by the Ten Pieces theme.
Starting with special screenings to schools in cinemas across the county in October 2104 and ending with a major celebratory event in Summer 2015 – Ten pieces will open up the world of classical music to children and encourage them to develop their own creative responses to the pieces through music, dance or digital art.
BBC learning will be providing educational resources on the Ten Pieces website to enable teachers
with little knowledge about classical music to run some engaging lessons. These will include online clips of the Ten Pieces film; recordings of the repertoire; arrangements of the pieces to suit different abilities; and information about the composers. In addition, BBC Orchestras will be running some exiting ‘Takeover Days’ in schools.
As a champion, Lincolnshire Music Service (LMS) will be building on the children’s interest and excitement stimulated by the Ten Pieces theme, helping them find out more about classical music and further develop their creative responses.
LMS intends to work with the Ten Pieces by: using the repertoire as a stimulus for whole class ensemble teaching and singing lessons; encouraging secondary school orchestras to perform Ten Pieces concerts for primary schools and introducing children to orchestral instruments; running training for teachers on how to develop creative and compositional work; holding amateur orchestra concerts featuring the Ten Pieces; screening the Ten Pieces at LMS Music Centres across the county and linking with Lincolnshire Music and Arts Education Hub partners encouraging them to work with schools as part of the project.
The BBC will be staging a number of concerts in the national and regions with the BBC Orchestras in summer 2015, to give children the opportunity to hear the music live and join in with some of the pieces. In addition, LMS will hold celebratory concerts giving the children the chance to perform their own compositions and dances and showcase their digital work – exciting times ahead!
Do you lead a singing group? Have you ever dreamt of starting a choir? Do you just love to sing?
‘Folk with Fiddles’ Shindig 2014/15
Ermine Music is proud to welcome Sue Hollingworth to Lincoln to lead a choir workshop on the 12 June from 7.00pm – 9.00pm in the Church Hall of St. John the Baptist, Ermine, Lincoln
Sue is one of the country’s leading lights in music education. She holds a Churchill fellowship for her work with choirs and was awarded “Choir Master of the Year” by the Gramophone Magazine in 2010. Sue’s choirs have won BBC3 Choir of the Year, taken part in the BBC Proms and travelled to Sydney to take part in the Olympic Torch Processions. Sue has worked for the National Youth Choirs of Scotland and Great Britain and is a guest conductor for Leeds Lieder and The National Centre for Early Music.
Sue is now coming to Lincoln for ONE NIGHT ONLY to share her incredible expertise with the community. This is the perfect opportunity for anyone who leads singing of any kind to learn new rounds, part songs and warm ups to take back to their choir, as well as to meet like-minded people and swap tips and tricks.
Thanks to a very generous subsidy from the Tudor Trust, this workshop is totally free to anyone who has a connection to Lincoln’s Ermine Estate*, otherwise anyone is welcome to take part at £5.00 per head.
To book a place for this one-off event, please e-mail [email protected] are limited, so early booking in advised.
*Connections are usually through place of work, school, or home address.
The Lincolnshire Folk with Fiddles Celebration is a unique performance opportunity for all young violin, viola, cello, bass and harp players in Lincolnshire to come together to form an enormous, high quality String Orchestra.
Participation will include the following:
Celebration Pack - including the specially arranged music and access to an mp3 recording to practise with. Celebration Day - Rehearsal Sunday 9 November Concert - Saturday 22 November, 7pm, Grantham Meres Leisure Centre
The Orchestra, together with Lincolnshire’s Youth Cello Ensemble and String Chamber Orchestra will perform an exciting selection of specially arranged music. In addition, professional dance groups will be performing to some of the music, adding a stunning visual dimension to the varied programme of music.
Follow up events will be held in March 2015 to explore the collaboration of live music with moving & spectacular dance choreography.
To apply complete the online application form at www.lincsmusicservice.org by Friday 18 July 2014 for the 22 November event. Further information will be published in due course to access the March 2015 events.
For enquiries please call Lincolnshire Music Service on 01522 552818
Cost: £30. 50% discount for pupils entitled to free school meals. We regret that payments are non-refundable for this event.
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A fantastic musical ensemble from Indonesia Metallaphones, gongs and drums No previous experience necessary Easy to play, enchanting, resonant, joyful sounds Develops: listening skills, numeracy, Physical co-ordination, teamwork, Improves all musical skills and is loads of FUN!!!
10.30 am to 11.45 am 14 June to 19 July 2014
St Gilbert & St Hugh Church Hall Clough Road, Gosberton Clough
Fees: £1 per session For boys and girls aged 5 - 13
To book a place call Liz on 01775 841750
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Transported is an arts programme based in Boston Borough and South Holland, funded by Creative People and Places from Arts Council England to increase the number of people engaging with and participating in the arts. Lots of events and activities are planned over the summer – here are a few highlights!
Free Creating Festival Costumes Workshops
As part of Transported’s Festivals strand, Rachel MacLachlan is leading two workshops in Boston on Saturday 21 June (11am to 6pm) and Sunday 22 June (11am to 5pm) making costumes for Notting Hill Carnival. For more information, contact Rosie Lesurf-Olner on 07747 271820 or email [email protected].
Boy Meets Girl – Zest Theatre
Zest Theatre are a local theatre company based in Lincoln. Their work is inspired by the needs, lives and imaginations of those under the age of twenty five. Transported has commissioned Zest to deliver a project called ‘Boy meets Girl’ which will be performed in market places across South Holland and Boston Borough. The performance will involve headsets that will lead the audience members through the market square allowing them to interact with either character for as long or a little as they so wish.
Wednesday 13 August – Boston Thursday 14 August – Holbeach Friday 15 August – Long Sutton and Crowland
Fen Boy – Strangeface Theatre
Strangeface are a prestigious mask and puppet theatre company Transported has commissioned to create ‘Fen Boy’, a story based on Lincolnshire’s principle themes of agriculture, horticulture and food processing. Using specially commissioned music, the piece will be suitable for all the family and will be performed using a haulage trailer as a stage and will travel from community to community in South Holland and Boston Borough from Wednesday 27 August to Saturday 31 August inclusive.
For more information and updated locations keep an eye on our website, www.transportedart.com, or our Facebook page (search for Transported).
For details of all upcoming events and the most up to date information about Transported, visit the website at www.transportedart.com.
Scarlet Community Music Club presents ‘Rural Harmonies’
LYME has been established to support Lincolnshire Music Service to enable it to continue to provide the young people of Lincolnshire with music leadership, excellence and access through a diverse range of opportunities for all.
We are looking for corporate sponsors to help us extend music into the lives of as many young people as possible.
By making a donation you will be helping to transform the lives of children in Lincolnshire, enabling them to experience the joy of music at a critical moment in their development.
Contact us now for more information, memberships, corporate sponsorships and donations.
E-Mail: [email protected]
Lincolnshire Young Musicians Enterprise (LYME)
Music Teachers’ Conference with special guests voces8
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The last few places are available on the Music Teachers’ Conference on Wednesday 11 June, 2014.
Renowned VOCES8 will lead the opening session through an interactive keynote with ideas to take straight back to the classroom.
The day will provide an exciting opportunity to network, support and challenge all music educators within Lincolnshire.
The Online Primary Music Toolkit and the Yellow Belly Songbook 2 will be launched and there will be an opportunity to meet with Lincolnshire Music Service Managers for advice before the September tuition booking deadline of Friday 20 June.
In addition, there will be a range of valuable workshops available in the afternoon.
Cost: £50 including lunch. To book your place email: [email protected]
Practical Support for Primary School Art Coordinators - CfBT Arts Service
Suitable for existing or newly appointed art coordinators in primary schools, this session will offer practical ideas for developing personal skills and enriching arts provision.
June 9 At: Myle Cross Centre, Macaulay Drive, Lincoln: 4.00- 6.00 pm
To enquire about booking a place, please contact: CfBT Events and Training Team Tel: 01522 552885 Email: [email protected]
EMPower, a new project from soundLINCS for young music producers will hold its first session during the half term holidays on the 27 May.
EMPower is a free learning and development project for 11-16 year olds which gives young people the opportunity to collaborate with their peers and work alongside professional music producers to develop new skills and techniques.
Music producer Eddy Mentzel, otherwise known as AudioJunkie, said of the project; “music producers often work in isolation, which limits the possibility of working collaboratively.
EMPower is a great opportunity for young producers to meet one other, work together, and raise the profile of their creative work.”
The initial session will be an opportunity to meet and collaborate with other young music producers, and obtain advice and guidance from an industry expert. It will also give the chance to explore and shape how this project continues, so participants should take a moment to consider their future availability and ideal times to meet in preparation.
The session will take place at the soundHOUSE, 18 St Martins Lane, Lincoln, LN2 1HY between 10 AM and 4 PM. There are drop in spaces for those who have not already signed up to the project or any interested parties can contact soundLINCS on 01522 510073, [email protected] or www.soundlincs.org to sign up for the project or find out more.
The programme is free to take part in and participants are asked to bring their own lunch as refreshments cannot be provided.
EMPower is supported by funding from Youth Music and Lincolnshire Music and Arts Education Hub.
TWILIGHT TRAINING COURSE FOR TEACHERS
EMPowering Young Music Producers
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The Boston Regional Festival 2014 was a huge celebration of youth music-making featuring 21 performances of jazz, orchestral, rock, folk and world, wind and brass, pop, choral and chamber music from across the county.
Three ensembles produced dynamic performances leading to an invitation to perform at Music for Youth’s National Festival in Birmingham in July: Haven High Academy 6th Form Choir, The Pylons Folk Group and The Big Green, Grantham Kings Jazz Combo.
Pupils from two local primary schools gained inspiration for a music project marking the centenary of the First World War at a special day hosted by regional orchestra Sinfonia Viva, Lincoln Drill Hall and the Museum of Lincolnshire Life.
The pupils from Nettleham Junior and Monks Abbey primary schools, along with music students from Lincoln College were part
Dynamic performances by young musicians from Lincolnshire
Local Pupils inspired by WWI Project
of a music education project led by Viva entitled ‘Dark Clouds are Smouldering into Red’ – inspired by Siegfried Sassoon’s 1918 poem ‘How To Die’.
They worked with Viva musicians to compose their own songs and music which they performed alongside the Orchestra at Lincoln Drill Hall in March. The performance included professional dance, choreographed by Tom
Dale forming part of the Drill Hall’s week of celebrations marking its 10th anniversary.
Sinfonia Viva composer and workshop leader James Redwood explained: “The day was a great success in inspiring the young people to think more about the feelings and emotions of war both from the point of view of the soldiers and their families at home”
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75 children from 8 primary schools in the Boston area performed in the 10th annual Woodwind and Brass Festival at Haven High Academy in May. They had all been rehearsing the music in their instrumental lessons since January and came together on the day for an afternoon rehearsal and evening concert. For many of the musicians this was their first ever public performance. The programme included a wide variety of music with many items composed or arranged especially for this event by Lincolnshire Music Service teachers.
“A superb evening showcasing the amazing musical talent of the primary school children of Boston! All made possible through the encouragement and patience of our wonderful Music Service Team” Emma Schofield, teacher, Boston West Academy.
As part of its 15th birthday celebration, B15, soundLINCS, a major East Midlands music development charity, staged a spectacular music event on Saturday 3rd May at the Epic Centre, Lincolnshire Showground which saw over 300 musicians and singers perform to a worldwide audience.
Following a day of rehearsals, the players aged between 7 and 85 performed a new composition based on the traditional Lincolnshire Folk tune ‘Lost Lady Found’. The performance featured 15 different musical genres, including Orchestra, Folk, Rock, Jazz, Choral, Music Technology, and Brass Band and saw a huge variety of instruments including guitars, clarinets, accordians, a gamelan, a harp, voices, iPads and unique, hand-made instruments.
Nikki-Kate Heyes MBE, soundLINCS CEO commented “Our B15 event has been an incredible experience for everyone involved and we’re delighted that so many people could share the day with us to celebrate an amazing 15 years of making community music across the East Midlands.”
Recordings and photos of the event will soon be available on soundLINCS new website, at www.soundlincs.org
B15 is part of the Full English Project, supported by the English Folk Dance and Song Society.
BOSTON AREA WOODWIND AND BRASS FESTIVAL
soundLINCS’ birthday celebrations close with unique music event
SonophiliaA brand new festival of sound and music is happening across Lincoln from 23 to 26 October 2014.
This major new event promises something for everyone, with performances and experiences from Sound Installation and street events to open-air rock and pop.
Professional development for audio practitioners from GCSE and sixth-form students onwards, at the Sonophilia Conference, will take place at Bishop Grosseteste University on Friday 24 and Saturday 25 October. The Conference offers talks, seminars, workshops and performances from outstanding audio professionals, from Lincolnshire and elsewhere.
Sonophilia opens with the Big Ran-Tan, after school on Thursday 23 October. Bring your instruments, your voices, or anything you can make a noise with. Come in a crowd or by yourself: everybody is welcome and wanted! We’ll be processing through Lincoln, from the High Street to Castle Square, where we’ll gather to open our programme.
Sonophilia is for everyone: don’t miss out!
Come and join us on Facebook, and watch our website for details as the programme develops:
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Lincolnshire Youth Symphony OrchestraSt James’s Church, Louth, Sunday 29 June, 7.00pm
Lincoln Cathedral, Saturday 12 July, 7.30pm
Beethoven – ‘Egmont’ Overture
Rachmaninoff – 2nd Piano Concerto – Soloist, Samantha Ward
Mahler – Symphony No.1
Tickets are available on the door for both and from the Lincoln Cathedral Shop (for the Lincoln Cathedral Concert only).
Lincolnshire Schools’ PromThe Embassy Theatre, Skegness, Tuesday 1 July, 7.00pm
Tickets available from The Embassy Box Office
Lincolnshire Youth Wind Orchestra St Wulframs Church, Grantham, Saturday 5 July, 7.30pm
Dartmoor, 1912 from War Horse
Shakespeare Pictures, Nigel Hess
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End, Hans Zimmer
Tickets are available on the door. Adults £7.00 (Concessions £5.00), accompanied children free.
Jazz Ambassadors Tour Monday 7 July for 5 days
The Jazz Ambassadors present live music in schools from Duke Ellington to Beyonce. They perform 8 concerts in 5 days to 2000 primary and secondary school children from over 20 schools. For further information contact [email protected]
LINCOLNSHIRE FASHION ACADEMY - cfbt arts service
Sew into Fashion Show Friday 4 July
The culmination and highlight of this year’s Fashion Academy programme, the show will feature design collections made by school children from across the county of Lincolnshire.
At: Drill Hall: Matinee Show 3.00pm; Evening Show 7.00 pm
Tickets can be obtained by advance booking only from:
Drill Hall Box Office Tel: 01522 873894
Music Events organized by LOV Young People’s Programme
MARMALADE SESSIONS - YoungCut Tuesday 3 June
FREE Monthly open mic sessions, especially for young people aged 13 to 19, hosted by YoungCut, at Lincoln Drill Hall!
FREE for audiences, hang out in the Lincoln Drill Hall Cafe Bar straight after school/college/work and enjoy some awesome local talent!
PERFORMERS WANTED – To book a slot in advance contact the YoungCut Facebook page or via [email protected] or 07713200783.
ACOUSTIC CAFE Free open Mic Sessions for young people aged 12 to 25
Stamford Arts Centre 5-6pm 4 June, 2 July, 6 August
South Holland Centre 6-8pm 24 June, 22 July
YOUNGCUT PRESENTS... YoungCut, LOV Music FestivalAs part of this year’s LOV Music festival, Youth Takeover will be hosting Music in the Marketplace in Spalding for the third year running and YoungCut will be hosting YoungCut Presents in Lincoln.
29 August, South Holland Centre
30 August, 10.00am Lincoln Drill Hall
SESSION 46Session 46 is a FREE monthly music event aiming to provide a platform for local emerging artists!
25 June, 16 July, 6.00pm Guildhall Arts Centre FREE
Summer events from soundLINCS
TryARTSJoin these fun, friendly, free sessions full of music and other arts in children’s centres in: Holbeach, Sutterton, Sutton Bridge, Spalding and Old Leake. Please visit www.soundlincs.org for more details.
Early Years Arts in the Park 4 July 2014 @ Rufford Abbey Country Park
A free day of training through active learning for Early Years practitioners and their groups.
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Lincolnshire Music Service events
Photograph c0urtesy of Dave Moss
The Music Information Service forLincolnshire and the East Midlands
www. m u s i c - li n k . o r g
Established 1986 Registered Charity No: 1108127
Other partners include North East Lincolnshire Music Service, Boston Concert Club and Lincolnshire Young Musicians’ Enterprise (LYME)
Photographs courtesy of Lincolnshire Music Service, soundLINCS, Transported, Dave Moss and VOCES8.
EMPower A free learning and development project for 11-16 year olds interested in music production and technology. Beginning 27 May 2014.
Grantham & Nettleham Orchestral Workshops
All you need is your instrument and music stand to join a fun and friendly group of amateur musicians. Saturday mornings, £7 per session.
Our Summer programme for 12-18 year olds - Join a creative, fun group to make your own band! 4, 5 and 7 August @ South Holland Arts Centre.
Making Noise! For children and young people with disabilities and sensory impairments.
Weekends in Grantham, Skegness and Sleaford.
Lincolnshire International Chamber Music Festival
Lunchtime Concert Series at Lincoln Drill Hall
3 June - Mark Wilde, tenor and David Owen-Norris, piano
1 July - Alexander Panfilov, piano
3 September - Mark Gibbs, viola and Christopher Atkinson piano
The lunch time concerts are open to all, tickets available from Drill Hall Box Office. Tickets £6 in advance or £7 on the door
Lunchtime concerts continue on the first Tuesday of the month, and SCHOOL BASED WORKSHOPS are offered by the professional musicians during selected months in Lincoln area schools – catch up with the flyer which has already
been sent out and make sure your school is on our list.
A Special Evening concert at Doddington Hall
Thursday 5 June 2014
Trio Apaches – Ashley Wass piano, Matthew Trusler violin and Thomas Carroll cello
Programme to include Debussy’s ‘La Mer’ transcribed for the trio by Sally Beamish and Beethoven’s The ‘Archduke’ Trio
The International Chamber Music Festival 12-17 August 2014
Full programme details of all SIX concerts online at www.licmf.org.uk
Box office: Lincoln Drill Hall 01522 873894
Choir Vibe from Scarlett Music ServicesEvery Thursday in term time 5.30 - 7pm @ The South Holland Centre, Spalding, ages 8 to 18 years
£3 per week or £25 advance per term.
Cranwell Community VoicesIf you enjoy singing and performing and want to have fun, come and join our choir
Open to everyone 13+ Cranwell Primary School Tuesdays (every three weeks) 6.00pm – 8.00pm
If you are interested in joining,email [email protected] or call 01400 261271 ext. 2.