Philippa Mo solo violin tomorrow (Saturday) night includes Bach Partita d-moll BWV 1004 & Telemann Continue reading
Two fantastic events coming up next week: Thursday Elizabeth Bishop Life and Poems Talk by Graham Fawcett and Friday artist Janette Kerr’s illustrated talk to accompany her thrilling solo exhibition here at Sladers Yard Continue reading
Janette Kerr PhD Hon RSA PPRWA Janette Kerr Talk Friday 20 April 6.30pm Tickets: £10 or £25 with dinner to follow. Janette Kerr will give an illustrated talk about her current solo show NORTH new works from Shetland to Svalbard. … Continue reading
In Concert No. 2 of her series Partita, Fantasia, Caprice, Philippa Mo explores a range of early music from the profound Guardian Angel Passacaglia from Biber’s 1678 Mystery Sonatas, past two more energetic Fantasias by Telemann towards Bach’s first Partita in B minor, where every dance movement is answered by a ‘double’ or a variation. Continue reading
The Jazz Courier Pigeons tonight! Looking forward to this brilliant jazz band this evening. Some tickets still remain for jazz only from 8pm. Numbers are limited so please phone 01308 459511 to book!
If you like jazz that swings, with recognisable tunes, melodic solos and exciting improvisation — the thrill of the jam session and the jousting between soloists — then the Jazz Courier Pigeons is for you. Continue reading
Martyn Brewster, painter of vigorous lyrical abstract landscapes and sensitive pen and ink drawings, talks about his life and work with Professor Simon Olding on Friday 29 September 6.30pm. Phone 01308 459511 to book. Continue reading
Artist’ Talk, Poetry book launch and Pablo Neruda Night, events upcoming this autumn at Sladers Yard Continue reading
Fresh from playing to an audience of 1000 in Bilbao, and on BBC Radio 3 ‘In Tune’ this month, British violinist Philippa Mo plays Bach Partita No. 3 in E major, BWV 1006 at Sladers this Friday. Continue reading
This autumn Martyn Brewster fills the galleries of Sladers Yard with his lyrical abstract paintings and pen and ink drawings of the Dorset coast. Alongside ceramics by Peter Hayes, Paul Wearing and other leading makers and the furniture of Petter Southall this promises to be a many layered textured feast of an exhibition.