Please send your submissions fot the Newsletter to Carolina by this Saturday – February 29th!!
Lorna Joy is planning to step down as membership secretary later in the year, so if you think you have the skills to take over this vital role, or are willing to learn, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Familiar with Microsoft office including.
Able to deal with financial transactions
Would be required to attend Committee meetings
Not sure? – then talk to Lorna or any committee member
Members of the Orchestra of Stowe Opera “Winter Warmer”
19:30, Saturday 29th February 2020 at the Radcliffe Centre , Buckingham.
- Mozart: 6 Country Dances K 462
- Haydn: Cello Concerto No.1 in C Major Hob VIIb:1
- Donizetti: Concerto in B flat for Clarinet and Orchestra
- Mozart: Eine Kleine Nachtmusic K525Contact
Adderbury Ensemble Viv Maclean Piano, Chris Windass Violin
19:30,Thursday March 12th, 2020 at the Radcliffe Centre, Buckingham
- Beethoven: Sonatas Op12 Nos.1,2,3
Adderbury Ensemble Quartet
19:30, Thursday April 16, 2020 at the Radcliffe Centre, Buckingham
- Ravel: String Quartet in F major
- Beethoven: String Quartet no 12 in E flat major, op 127
Single Tickets available – see below.
I have one spare ticket for ‘The King and I‘ on March 5th at 2.30pm. Ticket costs £45.00
A new show has been added for September and the pay by date for Cabaret has been extended.
Please contact Di if you are interested in either.(01869 278149)
The hearing loop has been fixed!
Seen an item about the latest scam email which purports to come from Microsoft and tells people to update Windows 10 by downloading a file. Needless to say this contains a nasty “ransomware”. It’s a good idea to remember that Microsoft will NEVER email you asking you to update, it’s all done through the Windows Defender app which downloads updates automatically. Here’s a page from Microsoft explaining these scams and how to protect yourself:
My name is Georgina Floridou and I am a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Department of Music at the University of Sheffield. My research is about the thoughts that appear unintentionally in the mind and how their characteristics might change across the adult lifespan.
Currently, I am conducting a study about music that appears involuntarily and repeatedly in the mind and how ageing might affect its characteristics.
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Music and Wellbeing Research Unit,
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