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    • 24 May 2021 - 28 May 2021Music/Gigs

      Singchronised

      Singchronised is an opportunity for all the primary schools in the Borough to join as one voice across Richmond. During the w/c 24th May 2021 schools are invited to perform a medley of the 4 big songs that they had learnt for the 2020 Primary Singing Festival which was cancelled at the very start of the first lockdown. Singchronised enables pupils to enjoy singing the songs knowing that thousands of children from the local area are also singing with them. Over the course of the week each school will perform the big songs, creating a sequence of performances that will celebrate the return of singing across the Borough.


      Richmond Music Trust event

    • 28 May 2021 - 28 May 2021Music/Gigs

      Glasshopper plus Amalga

      Our first show of 2021will feature:



      Glasshopper



      Jonathan Chung - saxophone



      James Kitchman – guitar



      Corrie Dick – drums



      To find out more about Glasshopper please visit http://www.glasshoppermusic.com



      Amálga



      Inês Loubet - vocals and keys



      Benedict Wood - Guitar



      Jake Burgess - Saxophone and keys



      To find out more about Amálga , please follow them on instagram @amalga.music



      Glasshopper Genre provoking trio Glasshopper, is an exciting young group born out of a love for melody and improvisation. This unit of focused players explore melody and improvisation with complete reverence and abandon, intricately weaving together moments of sonic bliss and euphoric rock-outs. Always aspiring to search for fresh interpretations, the bass-less line up blurs the lines between the jazz, folk and rock realms. Seldom settling, always searching.



      Amálga . Coming together through shared obsessions over African grooves, electronic music and Jazz, Inês Loubet, Benedict Wood and Jake Burgess bring their influences to fruition in Amálga. Originally forming as a Samba trio in 2015, Amálga soon started bending and twisting it’s musical landscape, reorienting towards the music of Björk, Nina Simone and Arthur Russell among others, culminating in original compositions and delicate arrangements at the centrepiece of their influences.”



       


      The Jazz Sanctuary event

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Talking Lockdown

zoom meeting

Arts Richmond has organised a series of short Zoom talks from representatives of the arts and media.

Wednesday 12 May 2021 at 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM

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Arts Richmond's First Ever Radio Play Writing Competition

Radio Mic

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