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Lewes Saturday Folk Club workshops 2014

Valmai Goodyear 01 Nov 13 - 05:30 AM
Valmai Goodyear 24 Dec 13 - 07:06 AM
The Sandman 25 Dec 13 - 02:19 AM
GUEST 15 Feb 14 - 03:25 PM
GUEST,Anne Neilson 15 Feb 14 - 04:29 PM
GUEST,matt milton 16 Feb 14 - 04:26 PM
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Subject: Lewes Saturday Folk Club workshops 2014
From: Valmai Goodyear
Date: 01 Nov 13 - 05:30 AM

LEWES SATURDAY FOLK CLUB MUSIC & SONG WORKSHOPS 2014

These usually last a full Saturday or Sunday & the tutor performs at the Elephant & Castle in the evening.
Booking forms can be printed from our website three to four months in advance.

See the club website for the remaining workshops in 2013: Pete Coe, Ballads, Broadsides & Bawling Hawkers, November 16; Sue Coe, Appalachian flatfooting, November 16)

23 Mar         Judy CookBallad forum (Sunday)
12 Apr        Emmanuel Pariselle & Christian Maes French regional dance music for any instrument
17 May   Hannah James        Clog dancing
17 May   Sam Sweeney        English fiddle
7 June         Dave Townsend & Gill Redmond        Village Band music for any instrument
14 June    Donal Maguire Irish ballad forum
12 July    Mat Green        English fiddle
12 July    Andy Turner    English dance music for concertinas
25 Oct         Maire ni Chatasaigh        Irish harp
25 Oct    Chris Newman        Guitar
8 Nov         Moira Craig & Carolyn Robson   Vocal harmony
29 Nov        Jerry O'Reilly   Irish broadsides & songs translated from Gaelic
6 Dec        Brian Peters   Melodeon
7 Dec        Brian Peters   Ballad forum (Sunday)


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Subject: RE: Lewes Saturday Folk Club workshops 2014
From: Valmai Goodyear
Date: 24 Dec 13 - 07:06 AM

Here's an updated list: we add two workshops from John Kirkpatrick on 13 and 14 September and one from Jody Kruskal on 15 November. A promise of a place at any of these would make a splendid Christmas present.

23 Mar         Judy Cook Ballad forum (Sunday)
12 Apr         Emmanuel Pariselle & Christian Maes    French Regional Dance Music for any instrument
17 May         Hannah James         Clog dancing
17 May         Sam Sweeney         English fiddle
7 June         Dave Townsend & Gill Redmond        Village Band Music for any instrument
14 June        Donal Maguire         Irish ballad forum
12 July Mat Green         English fiddle
12 July Andy Turner         English dance music for concertinas
13 Sept John Kirkpatrick    Modes in English folk music (any instrument)
14 Sept        John Kirkpatrick    English folk song (and the Bing Crosby effect, he tells us)
25 Oct Maire ni Chatasaigh        Irish harp
25 Oct Chris Newman                   Guitar
8 Nov         Moira Craig & Carolyn Robson        Vocal harmony
15 Nov         Jody Kruskal US Old-Time & Vintage music for concertinas                                                         
29 Nov        Jerry O'Reilly        Irish broadsides & songs translated from Gaelic                                                 
6 Dec         Brian Peters        Melodeon
7 Dec        Brian Peters        Ballad forum

The workshops mostly last a full Saturday or Sunday & the tutor performs at the Elephant & Castle, White Hill, Lewes BN7 2DJ, in the evening. Booking forms can be printed from the website www.lewessaturdayfolkclub.org/ about three months in advance.

Although Vic and Tina Smith are, alas, stepping down from the Royal Oak folk club on a Thursday night in Lewes after 50 years of running clubs, Lewes Saturday Folk Club and the many Lewes sessions continue to flourish. For over twenty-five years, Lewes has had two weekly clubs both putting on mainly traditional performers and both have thrived, in recent years co-operating to put on a folk music festival in the town. Lewes has an adult population of about 16,000. Never tell yourselves that there isn't a demand for this music and that venues have to be locked in competition.

Merry Christmas and a happy New Year to all on Mudcat, and especially to Max for keeping it going in the teeth of the elements.


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Subject: RE: Lewes Saturday Folk Club workshops 2014
From: The Sandman
Date: 25 Dec 13 - 02:19 AM

hip hip hoortay


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Subject: RE: Lewes Saturday Folk Club workshops 2014
From: GUEST
Date: 15 Feb 14 - 03:25 PM

Please inform me if you have any ukulele workshops planned for this year

Kind regards cathy Heathfield


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Subject: RE: Lewes Saturday Folk Club workshops 2014
From: GUEST,Anne Neilson
Date: 15 Feb 14 - 04:29 PM

Looks good, Valmai -- and I would wish to be nearer for several of these events!

All good wishes for a very inclusive programme.


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Subject: RE: Lewes Saturday Folk Club workshops 2014
From: GUEST,matt milton
Date: 16 Feb 14 - 04:26 PM

"14 Sept       John Kirkpatrick    English folk song (and the Bing Crosby effect, he tells us)"

Now this sounds intriguing! Does anyone have any idea what John might be on about here?


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