Wimbledon International Music Festival 10 - 25 November

Some good news to greet you on your return from summer holidays

Our new event this year - PLAYFEST - has received a grant from Arts Council England which not only means we can go ahead, but are honour-bound to make it a success!

If you toot the flute, bash the drums, scrape horse hair across cat gut strings, sound the horn, or play the piano, come out and perform at PLAYFEST.

There is a lot of musical talent in our local community: Professional performers, teachers, amateur groups getting together playing wind, or string quartet. The Festival would love to get to know you, so please come and play in an informal day of music making on Saturday November 3rd - at St John's Church, Spencer Hill, SW19 4NZ.

There will be 4 x 2hr sessions, 10.30am-12.30pm/ 1.30pm-3.30pm/ 4.00pm-6.00pm/ 7.30pm-9.30pm. We would like performers to be grade 5 and above, and to come well rehearsed to perform in public.

Please register with Jess@wimbledonmusicfestival.co.uk by October 14th, with an indication of length of contribution (probably maximum 20mins please) and also please an indication of experience, amateur or professional, and preferred time. We will respond with session time by 21st October.

Anthony Wilkinson
Festival Director


Wimbledon International Music Festival


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