A former student at Marldon C of E Primary School and KEVICC in Totnes is appearing In the next TEMS concert on 21st October. Katie Cowling is one of four students or alumni of the Royal College of Music in Convivio, and achieved a Masters in Performance with distinction as well as being awarded the HRH Elizabeth the Queen Mother Rose Bowl at her final graduation ceremony this summer. Katie has paid tribute to Angela Chapman who taught her recorder in Marldon, her Head of Music at KEVICC Richard Burdett and piano teacher (and TEMS member) Penny Humphrys. Katie later studied with Ashley Solomon at the RCM, another past TEMS performer and favourite. We look forward to welcoming Convivio to St Mary’s on Saturday 21st October for an evening of wonderful Baroque music, beautifully performed.
We are looking forward to the Blondel concert this coming Saturday, 23rd September. The concert will give an opportunity for people to renew or take out TEMS membership if they wish to, as well as a fantastic concert of music. Blondel appeared on In Tune earlier this month: some of the music they played live then will feature on Saturday. There is a slight change in line-up with Tim Garside replacing Louise as percussionist. Tim played for 18 years with Joglaresa, so may well have performed before for TEMS with them.
The date of our April concert by Ensemble Moliere has been changed from Saturday 21st April to Saturday 28th April 2018. All other details remain the same. This website now shows the correct date, and steps are being taken to advise TEMS members. We hope that this early change will not inconvenience anybody, and apologise to anyone affected by this change.
The TEMS AGM takes place this year on Wednesday 19th July at the Guildhall, Totnes, at 3.00pm. All are welcome! We will keep the financial reporting and Chairman’s report to a minimum, and would welcome informal discussion on how members would like to see the society developing. Come and give us feedback on what you have enjoyed or would like to see more of….
We have been awarded a lottery grant through the Arts Council‘s Grants for the Arts programme to enable us to purchase new staging for our principal venue, St Mary’s Church. We are hugely appreciative of the support given to TEMS by the Arts Council, and must also thank St Mary’s Church PCC and the TEMS members who, through their generosity, have made this possible.
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