CAMBRIDGE AREA MUSIC CENTRE

Preparation for County Ensembles - for intermediate level players (grades 2-6)

The Cambridge Area Music Centre is one step up from school-based orchestras and offers more intensive ensemble work each week in term time for those from Grade 2 and up. The Centre nurtures specialist woodwind, string, brass and percussion ensembles as well as a full orchestra.

To get the most from the music centre, you are strongly encouraged to stay for the whole evening. The last session of each term culminates in a lively and enjoyable performance for parents and friends.

Venue and timing

At the Anglia Ruskin University Music Department, East Road, Cambridge, Fridays 5.30-8.00pm. The ensembles for brass, wind, strings and percussion meet at 5.30pm; everyone then comes together at 6.30pm to make the inspiring sound of the full orchestra.

Skill level

You need to play an instrument at Grade 2 to 6 and be able to read music.

Cost

£70 a term

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Download PDF and then post it to us at:
Cambridgeshire Music, 36 Mayfield Road, Huntingdon PE29 1NL

Dates for 2017-2018

Autumn term - Let's Dance:
22nd September
29th September
6th October
13th October
3rd November
10th November
17th November
24th November

Spring term - Spectrum:
12th January
19th January
26th January
2nd February
23rd February
2nd March
9th March
16th March

Summer term - Journey Through Time:
20th April
27th April
4th May
11th May
18th May
8th June
15th June
22nd June

Cambridge Area Music Centre Concerts

Performances at 7.00pm at Music Faculty, Anglia Ruskin University (CB1 1PT)

24th November 2017 - Let's Dance
Including selections from Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker, Ravel's Boléro, and music by Irving Berlin and The Mavericks

16 March 2018 - Spectrum
Colourful highlights including Red River Jig, The Yellow Rose of Texas and music from The Blues Brothers

22 June 2018 - Journey Through Time
Music from Back to the Future and Doctor Who, as well as Ron Goodwin's The Time Traveller Suite

 
 

“I will always be grateful for the way you helped A with her panic attacks. She is much better now, playing in wind bands, singing on stage and amazingly doing a Music BTEC!”

 
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“I WILL ALWAYS BE GRATEFUL FOR THE WAY YOU HELPED A WITH HER PANIC ATTACKS. SHE IS MUCH BETTER NOW, PLAYING IN WIND BANDS, SINGING ON STAGE AND AMAZINGLY DOING A MUSIC BTEC!”