Programme Membership year 2018/19 24th July 2019 (Summer Social - Cricket Ground) Please note change of venue and lecturer John Ruskin: His Impact, Achievement and Legacy. David Cross. This year is the bicentenary of the birth of John Ruskin. The lecture will be followed by a one course savoury buffet supper, with a glass of wine or juice, followed by tea or coffee and mints, all for the price of £19.50 per ticket. Click here for a booking form and directions There are no lectures in July or August 25th September 2019: AGM* Lois Oliver Edouard Manet & Music Music was a constant theme in Manet’s life and art. His wife Suzanne Leenhoff was a gifted pianist, and regular musical soirées were held at the Manet family home. His pictures of musicians and their audiences range from major early canvases depicting itinerant gypsy musicians and Spanish dancers, through to paintings encompassing the full range of Parisian musical culture, from private performances to street entertainment, café concerts and the Paris Opera. Bringing together Manet’s art and the music that inspired him (including Spanish flamenco, Haydn string quartets, Wagner piano reductions, café songs, and opera highlights) this lecture immerses you in Manet’s world. Above: The Music Lesson 1868 Impressionism in Music This will be the last lecture of the 2018/19 membership year
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Membership year 2018/19  24th July 2019 (Summer Social - Cricket Ground)  Please note change of venue and lecturer  John Ruskin: His Impact, Achievement and Legacy.  David Cross.   This year is the bicentenary of the birth of John Ruskin.  The lecture will be followed by a one course savoury buffet supper, with a glass of wine or juice, followed by tea or coffee and mints, all for the price of £19.50 per ticket.   Click here for a booking form and directions    There are no meetings in July or August   25th September 2019: AGM*  Lois Oliver Edouard Monet & Music  Music was a constant theme in Manet’s life and art. His wife Suzanne Leenhoff was a gifted pianist, and regular musical soirées were held at the Manet family home. His pictures of musicians and their audiences range from major early canvases depicting itinerant gypsy musicians and Spanish dancers, through to paintings encompassing the full range of Parisian musical culture, from private performances to street entertainment, café concerts and the Paris Opera. Bringing together Manet’s art and the music that inspired him (including Spanish flamenco, Haydn string quartets, Wagner piano reductions, café songs, and opera highlights) this lecture immerses you in Manet’s world. Above: The Music Lesson 1868  Impressionism in Music    This will be the last lecture of the 2018/19 membership year
Web site and mobile phone pages designed, created and maintained by Janet Groome, Handshake Computer Training