Making Music Concert Series

Making Music Concert Series

18th December - 7:30pm

Christmas Spectacular!

This month, the Making Music Concert slot will be replaced with a Christmas Spectacular, organised in conjunction with the LALG, featuring songs, performances and readings from you – our wonderful community! Have something you’d like to contribute? Email your video files (in landscape please) in any major format to [email protected] who will be compiling the programme. We are also keen to feature your Christmas photos, these can be photographs of yourself and your family, your Christmas decorations, or Christmas-y things you’ve spotted out and about, please send us everything and anything! 

Deadline for submissions is Sunday 6th December 2020.

More information on tickets and how to attend to be released shortly.

Following the success of our first concert in the series, we are pleased to announce that our next performance will be by violinist Eleanor Corr. TWhy not become a member of the Settlement, in order to be kept updated. Visit our membership page for more information on the benefits of joining.

These concerts are kindly supported by Making Music’s Philip & Dorothy Green Young Artists scheme. Making Music is the UK’s leading organisation for leisure-time music, with over 3,500 music groups in membership. Since its creation in 1961 its Philip and Dorothy Green Young Artists scheme (PDGYA) has helped to launch the careers of dozens of young musicians, including those of Steven Isserlis, Elizabeth Banks and Craig Ogden. It is made possible by the Philip and Dorothy Green Music Trust, which promotes young artists and composers. www.makingmusic.org.uk/pdgya

LALG and the Settlement have joined forces to launch what we hope will be the first in a series of musical events. These events will be available to join live on Zoom, with a limited number of seats available within the Kincaid Hall where the concert will take place. These seats will be socially distanced and will meet all of the Covid Secure requirements. A copy of the Settlement’s Covid-19 Risk Assessment can be found here.

How to Attend?

The next concert will take place at 7.30pm on Friday 20th November with the doors of the Kincaid Hall opening at 7pm to allow the audience to be seated in good time.  As we are limited to only 20 seats, the concert will also be broadcast live via Zoom and tickets for this are also available.

More information on how to book for this concert will be made available nearer the time. 

The concert will take place at 7.30pm on Friday 23 October with the doors of the Kincaid Hall opening at 7pm to allow the audience to be seated in good time.  As we are limited to only 20 seats, the concert will also be broadcast live via Zoom and tickets for this are also available.

Tickets are now on sale, and will close on 22nd October.

The live audience tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis to Settlement and LALG members via telephone only at the Settlement on 01462 682828 and will cost £10.00. A maximum of two tickets per person please, and you will need to provide your contact details including name, email address, and telephone number at the time of booking.

Zoom tickets cost £5.00 and are available below. To purchase online you must create an online account with us, which should only take a couple of moments. Tickets are available to Settlement and LALG Members. If you purchase a Zoom ticket, you will recieve an email shortly before the event with instructions on how to join.

Tickets are now on sale, and will close on 19th November.

Thanks to the constraints of the current lockdown, tickets are available for Zoom attendence only.

Tickets cost £5.00 and are available below. To purchase online you must create an online account with us, which should only take a couple of moments. Tickets are available to Settlement and LALG Members. 

Please Note: If you purchase a Zoom ticket you will recieve an email shortly before the event with instructions on how to join.

Please check back here soon for future events. Thank you.

Rules for Attending in Person

Anyone joining us live on the evening should be aware that:-
  • As required, the Hall will be ventilated by leaving doors/windows open so please wrap up in case the heating system does not fully compensate for any cold air.
  • Face coverings will need to be worn at all times, except when drinking.  Please bring your own drinks (non-alcoholic) as the Settlement is currently unable to provide any refreshments. 
  • Please enter the Hall only as directed by the Team Members who will be there to seat you safely, and your patience would be appreciated as they do so. You may need to queue for a little while and we ask that you socially distance whilst doing so.