Devon Branch Programme

 

2014

 
11th January

A special play day with Helen Hooker

£12 for non SRP members; £10 for members of other SRP branches; £5 for members of Devon SRP (£6/£5/£2.50 for half day attendance) Half-price for students.
Please note slightly different times: 10.30am to 12.45pm and 1.45pm to 4pm. There will be a 15 minute tea/coffee break at 11.30am and at 2.45pm.
Helen studied at Trinity College under Philip Thorby. She is extremely well-known as a superb performer and teacher. She regularly teaches on residential courses for players of all ages and is the Musical Director of the Thames Valley Recorder Orchestra and Assistant Musical Director of the Hampshire Recorder Sinfonia. She is Musical Advisor to the SRP.

8th February

Robin Powell
has been Musical Director for both the Bournemouth Recorder Society and the Poole Chamber Orchestra and has been responsible for setting the Bournemouth Music Competitions Festival Recorder syllabus. In addition to private teaching he has been a part-time lecturer at Bournemouth and Poole College, directed recorder workshops and arranged and performed recorder music for open-air Shakespeare plays. He now regularly conducts SRP branches in the South West

8th March

Steve Marshall
is a mathematics graduate and worked as a Chartered Accountant for 25 years. His musical background is as a jazz saxophonist. He then studied music theory and composition and took early retirement in 2001 to write music full-time. Both he and his wife Ann have been composing prolifically for the recorder for a number of years now and the programme will undoubtedly include some of their compositions or arrangements as well as more traditional music. Steve will be bringing his own composition(s) for string quartet and recorders. We have arranged for a string quartet to be present, so it should be a very interesting and enjoyable day!
April No meeting planned

10th May

Ginnie Cox will conduct. (See December meeting for her details.)

14th June

TBD

12th July

Trevor Furness
studied at Trinity College and is a wonderful player and sought-after teacher. He was for some time based in Devon and was until 2010 the leader of the Exeter Recorder Orchestra.
August No meeting
Last updated April 2, 2014