Wood Green School in Witney is looking for a suitably qualified piano teacher to offer tuition to students during the school day. Our current piano teacher is leaving and we are looking for someone who can start at the beginning of June. For more information please contact Jonathan Cox (Director of Music) on 01993 702 355. Applications should be made by letter & CV sent to the school office by post or email. The deadline for applications is Friday 19th April.
Performance Arts classes with Abdabs Youth Theatre at Carterton Community Centre starting on Monday April 15th for ages 12yrs - 18yrs. Each group will learn skills in Drama, Dance & Song and work towards a production of their own. There is also the opportunity for the project to lead to a LAMDA exam at the end of it before moving on to another project.
Classes for 7yrs - 11yrs will be held on Monday's.
Performance Arts classes with Abdabs Youth Theatre at Carterton Community Centre starting on Monday April 15th for ages 7yrs - 11yrs. Each group will learn skills in Drama, Movement & Song and work towards a production of their own. There is also the opportunity for the project to lead to a LAMDA exam at the end of it before moving on to another project.
Classes for 12yrs - 18yrs will be held on Thursday's.
A 10 week course of 60 minute lessons for beginners. The course will provide a comprehensive understanding of playing a Classical guitar by learning to play beautiful songs and read music in a fun small group setting.
This course is designed for the complete beginner student wishing to learn to play the Classical (nylon string) guitar and learn to read music. Students will need to bring with them a Classical guitar, footstool and guitar tuner.
BRITTEN'S VOICES - THE ART OF PETER PEARS (an open masterclass for the TENOR voice
Keble College, Oxford
Led by Humphrey Burton CBE and Ian Partridge CBE
Britten's Voices is the second in a series of five masterclasses exploring Britten's vocal repertoire taking place in Oxford colleges as part of Britten in Oxford.
This open masterclass for the tenor voice will be led by Humphrey Burton and Ian Partridge who will work with a small group of emerging soloists.
This festival is about celebrating our work and sharing our insights, putting names to faces, finding like-minded allies, chatting over a cuppa, playing with toys and coming up with new ideas... Bring an open mind and fill it up.
WorkShops - professional development sessions.
Using Ableton Live in education settings.
Finding and applying for funding.
Accreditation options for young people
TalkShops - professional conversations about our work.
Oxford Pride is producing a group show for the Oxford Pride Festival, celebrating 35 years since the
Rainbow flag was first used in 1978 as “a gift to the community” by artist Gilbert Baker who thought we
needed a symbol to celebrate our diversity.
All artworks should be inspired by the colours of the rainbow.
OVADA is proud to be part of the third annual Audiograft Festival curated by the Sonic Art Research Unit at Oxford Brookes University and co-promoted by OCM. The Festival of experimental music and sound art will take place around Oxford from Monday 25 February to Sunday 3 March, with numerous installations and performances. Over the last three years Audiograft has consistently presented challenging and exciting contemporary work by musicians and sound artists of international repute to the widest possible audiences in and around Oxford.