The ROTTINGDEAN SPRING FESTIVAL ran from March 11-19 and was deemed by everyone, performers and attendees, alike, to be a success. Almost all events were performed to capacity audiences and the Mangement Team has received numerous very positive comments about the programme.
Here are some pictures of performers and others:
Benjamin Makisi – tenor soloist at the Opera and Musicals Dinner
Elizabeth Bass – Harp, in the Village Hall
The English Concert Singers performing David Fanshawe’s “African Sanctus” in St. Nicholas Church, Saltdean, conducted by Roy Wales
Kaleidoscope Saxophone Quartet in Hillside Barn
Honorary President, Professor Paul Patterson with Ghanaian guest George Ackerson
The Summer Terraces series of concerts start on Sunday, June 11. Details are in the Diary of Events, but there will be posters to remind you. All of these events are free of charge. This has been made possible by a generous grant from Rottingdean Parish Council, along with support from our many Sponsors, Patrons and Friends, to whom we are very grateful.
Tickets are on sale, both at our Box Office and online, for the PEGGY, DUKE and BENNY show in the Village Hall on Saturday, August 26, as well as for the International Male Voice Concert in Our Lady of Lourdes Church on Friday, October 6.
Rottingdean Arts is pleased to announce it’s 9th season and invites you to look at the events planned for the year, March – October, including the Spring Music Festival which runs from March 11-19.
The BOX OFFICE details are as follows:
57 High Street
Rottingdean BN2 7HE
Tel: 01273 911512
Tickets are also be available online at www.ticketsource.co.uk/rottingdeanarts (booking fee applies)
The two Jazz Dinners at the Bistro Gourmand on Monday, March 13 and Tuesday, March 14 and the Film Evening on Thursday, March 16 are SOLD OUT
4 GIRLS 4 HARPS
ELEANOR TURNER, HARRIET ADIE, KEZIAH THOMAS, ELIZABETH SCORAH
With HELEN WINTER (Soprano)
“Putting the harp back into the heart of Christmas”
Returning to Rottingdean for their 3rd visit, this lovely harp ensemble and soprano Helen Winter present a programme of seasonal music including some well-known Christmas favourites and carols
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4, 3.00pm Village Hall, Park Road, Rottingdean
Admission: £16 Available from:
Box Office, madwaxcandles, 57 High Street, Rottingdean BN2 7HE (Tel: 01273 911512)
Online at www.rottingdeanarts.ticketsource.co.uk Or at the door on the afternoon of the concert
Sponsored by Frances & Christopher Tarr