February update

TASW Lecture, Thursday 10th February, 2pm

It’s Not Just Tchaikovsky

Welcome back to live lectures

We are delighted to invite you back to lectures at the hall of

All Saints Church, Queens Road, Hersham, KT13 5LU.

We will have hand sanitiser available at the door and we encourage people to wear face masks if they are able to do so. We are still looking for people to help with the screen and setting up the equipment.

Nigel Bates has been a performer for more than forty years in and out of the Royal Opera House Covent Garden, including seventeen years as Principal Percussionist with the Orchestra and eight years as the Music Administrator of The Royal Ballet. He has worked with many of the leading figures in the classical music industry and was also a producer for both the BBC’s Maestro at the Opera and Pappano’s Classical Voices documentary series. He is a regular contributor to the printed and online content of the ROH. He has given lectures for over thirty years, including many arts societies and conservatoires in the UK and across Australia.

In March our speaker will be Alexandra Epps who will talk about “Peggy Guggenheim” and we will also be selling tickets for the Special Interest event on 21st April “Chinese Formal and Informal Court Costume (1644-1911) “A Journey through and beyond the Imperial Wardrobe with David Rosier.

We look forward to seeing you again and welcoming you back to All Saints Church Hall after more than twenty-four months!

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