Lady Bay - West Bridgford

Music

Music Tuition

Music Tuition

(piano, voice & theory) given in Lady Bay by Paul Bracken, BSc, MA, PhD (also plays at All Hallows Church). Paul is available to play for Weddings, Funerals, Anniversary Parties, Sales Promotions etc. Excellent references. Piano Hire and Transport can be arranged.

Tel: 0115-969-6277

Mob: 0795-167-4428.

Email: paulricardmusic@gmail.com

 


 

Music Tuition

Guitar and Drum lessons are available

at The Test Match PH.

All levels. Various prices.

Please ring Mary on 846 2830 for details.

 


 

Fiddle Folk group

Are you interested in playing folk / traditional / world music ?

We are a small group of adults who are learning to play the fiddle. We get together every couple of weeks in West Bridgford to play folk tunes from around the world (plus whatever takes our fancy!) and are keen to extend the group to include other acoustic instruments and more fiddles.

Most of us have only been learning the fiddle for a couple of years. We play just for fun and only beginner - intermediate standard with the emphasis on the enjoyment of playing along with others.

If you are interested in joining us, we would love to hear from you, particularly if you are learning an instrument yourself, or perhaps you used to play and would like to get back into it.

If you would like to get in touch please email folkmusic2011@hotmail.com or telephone 982 0926.

 


 

The Poppy Folk Club meets at The Poppy and Pint on the second or third Sunday in the month. Check out their website for what's on.

Telephone: Julie and Phil: 0115 9812861 Mobile: Dave: 07790 943893

Website: http://www.poppyfolkclub.co.uk

Email: tickets@poppyfolkclub.co.uk

 


 

New Jazz group?

Anyone interested in an occasional get together, to listen to Jazz CDs and perhaps watch VHS tapes of Jazz programmes. I have a large collection of interesting footage.

Pllease contact Don Read at don-read@tiscali.co .uk

 

Check out www.youtube.com/donread. Hear Natasha Fallenover, the Russian ballet dancer. sing her theme tune, "Hairy Fairy", should make you smile. How many well known names can you pick out in this song? Google Natasha Fallenover and read her 17 blogs.

 


Reviews of local gigs very welcome: email Sam.