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Rainham Oast Old Time Sessions (ROOTS)

GUEST,Graham 10 Sep 09 - 10:41 AM
autoharpbob 10 Sep 09 - 10:56 AM
GUEST,Graham 10 Sep 09 - 11:40 AM
GUEST 11 Sep 09 - 04:42 AM
GUEST 13 Sep 09 - 03:32 AM
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Subject: Day of music and dance
From: GUEST,Graham
Date: 10 Sep 09 - 10:41 AM

All day Saturday 26 September 2009

Music and dance workshops & evening concert
At Rainham Oast House Community Centre,
Rainham Kent ME8 7SG
(Next to Rainham main line railway station)

Hands on workshops for beginners, improvers & intermediate levels,   Doors open at 9 am
Workshops from 10 am to 5 pm, do as many as you like.

Concert from 8 pm to 11 pm
Tickets

Combined Workshop / Concert Ticket £16 in advance, or £20 on the day.

Separate Concert or workshop ticket £8 in advance, or £10 on the day.

Jam in the bar for £2 on the day.


Workshops and evening concert featuring: -
Flat Pick Guitar: - Chris Moreton
Fiddle: - Gina Richardson & Gerry Williams "Cut the Shuffle"
Percussive dance: - Kerry Fletcher, & Graham Anstee
Frailing banjo: - Graham Anstee

Notes:
Percussive dance: - For best sound wear tap or hard soled shoes.

Doors open at 9am so arrive early for tea, coffee, bacon rolls etc. Meet chat and tune up ready for the workshops.   

Everybody welcome, just turn up, or book in advance for cheaper tickets. Contact: - Graham 01634 260281
Email graham.g.anstee@btopenworld.com


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Subject: RE: Rainham Oast Old Time Sessions (ROOTS)
From: autoharpbob
Date: 10 Sep 09 - 10:56 AM

In the same area - St Margaret's Infant School - on Oct 3rd, the UK Autoharps Association is holding an Autoharp Day, with Mike Fenton and Heather Farrell-Roberts leading workshops, slow jam and open stage(All instruments welcome) - just £10 for the day, for first timers, and you can borrow an autoharp for the day. Great way to try things out. Booking form and full programme http://www.ukautoharps.org.uk/
-Future Events


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Subject: RE: Rainham Oast Old Time Sessions (ROOTS)
From: GUEST,Graham
Date: 10 Sep 09 - 11:40 AM

Music & Dance workshops & Concert 2009

This will be our third day of music and dance including workshops, jamming and an evening concert. The aim of our workshops and concert is to encourage new blood and demonstrate the fun aspect of our music and dance, although I'm sure there will be many familiar faces.

We have not had any Guitar workshops so far and for such a popular instrument it often gets overlooked, but for this particular workshop day we have Chris Moreton, one of the best flat pick guitar players around so hope it will be well supported.

Come along to jam or take part in the hands on workshops, or just sit back and enjoy the evening concert. Tell your friends or any budding musicians you know, dig the banjo, fiddle or guitar out from the loft, get it set up and bring it along. Don't forget to dust off your dancing shoes! This is a fun day. If you haven't danced or played that fiddle for years this is your chance to get back into the swing of things and enjoy the social life that goes with it.


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Subject: RE: Rainham Oast Old Time Sessions (ROOTS)
From: GUEST
Date: 11 Sep 09 - 04:42 AM

I have been given an old auto harp with 4 of the 6 dampers in place. Anyone interested? I'd like to think about it going to a good home even if used for spares.

Flora G Medway.


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Subject: RE: Rainham Oast Old Time Sessions (ROOTS)
From: GUEST
Date: 13 Sep 09 - 03:32 AM

When I was at Whitby this year I met an American lady - there for the first time. When she said she played the guitar the one guitarist I recommended she try to see during the week was Chris Moreton.

My band often moan at me for the speed I like to play tunes at - but I Know Chris can easily outplay me. I've heard him rattle off some classical orchestra pieces as well as the usual reportoire. I think most guitarists would gain something from a workshop by him even if they are not in the bluegrass tradition.

Flora G.


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