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People’s opera project into new phase – participants wanted!

Barefoot Opera are moving into a new phase of their ‘people’s opera’ with a call-out for participants to start working towards the performance of an extract in late April and full performance a year later. The first events take place this weekend: a workshop for would-be chorus members and sessions in musical improvisation as part of the Hastings Fat Tuesday Festival. Nick Terdre reports.

Posted 16:10 Thursday, Feb 28, 2019 In: Community Arts Tags: Arts Council England barefoot opera Barefoot Wines UK Bloom Britannia De La Warr Pavillon Fairlight Arts Trust Frank Moon Hastings Fat Tuesday Festival Jenny Miller Lucy Mulgan Nick Terdre Orlando Gough Otti Albietz People's Opera Sound Waves Choir Stephen Plaice Tom Clarkson

Piano delight

The 2014 Hastings International Piano Concerto Competition was of such a high standard that the first three finalists all have the potential to make glittering careers for themselves, writes HOT’s Chris Cormack. This Saturday  you have the opportunity to take in a recital given by finalist Marcin Koziak from Poland and warm yourself with some mulled wine in the refined surroundings of the Recital Room at Fairlight Hall.  

Standing Wave Saint Clair Cemin

Helter-skelter and standing wave

Maquettes of the two sculptures shortlisted from seven internationally known artists’ works for Pelham Roundabout have been unveiled. HOT reporter Lauris Morgan-Griffiths went along to take a look.

Pelham Place roundabout

Getting excited about a roundabout…

Pelham Roundabout is on the seafront in Hastings, more or less on the border between Hastings Old Town and what is referred to as the New Town – basically the shopping centre, with a sterile mall and some struggling High Street chains.  It is edged on one side by a car park on the front, on another by an Italian restaurant and on the third by a branch of Iceland and an office block called Aquila House – Aquila being pronounced by the locals to rhyme with Godzilla, writes Antony Mair.

Posted 14:33 Sunday, Mar 3, 2013 In: Public Arts Tags: Fairlight Arts Trust Gavin Turk Kowitz Pelham roundabout Saint Clair Cemin
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