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Roof-athon form ROOF-ATHON APPLICATION FORM - PDF

RAISE A ROOF-ATHON!

in aid of Collingham Methodist Church and Community Hall

FRIDAY

20th MARCH

2pm - 2am

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ALL

musicians welcome to take part - any age

Some of the players in the afternoon session at the Roof-athon are members of Players for Pleasure, a group for adult amateur musicians.

 

New members are welcome, so if you are an adult amateur musician at any level from beginner to advanced and would like to share playing classical music with others, contact us at www.playersforpleasure.co.uk

This exciting event - the first musical marathon ever to be held in the Collingham district! - is being organised by Collingham Music Association, which comprises several music groups in Collingham.  As well as the members of Collingham Music Association, other groups and musicians are also invited to take part so if you sing or play an instrument, or can help in non-musical ways, do come and join in!

 

One of the groups within Collingham Music Association is Collingham Band, and their web page showing all the information is reproduced below.  Please complete the Application Form and return it by 2nd March if you would like to be part of this exciting event!

LATEST NEWS!

• 10 CHOIRS AND BANDS

PROGRAMME NOW AVAILABLE!

•  Enthusiastic participation by the village school where all children will pay £1 to dress as a music note and take part in a day of music themed activities.

 

•  Massed Band of Collingham Band and children from Collingham, Bardsey and St Joseph’s primary schools, filming and recording music and their own composition inspired by the BBC ‘Ten Pieces’ project.

 

•  Buffet refreshments throughout the day with ‘Baked Potato supper’ served by the Methodists in the church hall at 8.30pm.

• SCOUT SING-SONG

• OVER 100 MUSICIANS

playing solos and small ensembles

• SPONSORED HYMNS

Audience wristbands

£5 in advance or on the door, giving access to:

• all performances • all venues • free refreshments

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