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This Week at Ross Live! 2006
Live! 2006 began on Saturday, 12th August with a programme
of varied events which drew to a conclusion with a performance
of The Dragon of Wantley by J F Lampe at St. Mary's Church
on Saturday, 19th August.
are photographs of some of this week's street events,
which included a workshop of rap music, provided by Jenny
Smith and Lofty of 'Dub Merge' on Monday and a performance
by 'The Swamp Men', Dave Harper, Tony O'Hare and Dave
Haynes at Ross Market on Tuesday.
Japanese Virtuoso Violinist, Ken Aiso and Steinway Young
Pianist, Simon Crawford-Phillips can be seen prior to
their performance at Ross Baptist Church on Wednesday,
16th August. The duo performed Sonata No 9 in A Major
for violin and piano Op 47 'Kreutzer' by Ludwig Van Beethoven,
Violin Sonata No 3 Op 25 ('dans le caractere populaire
roumain') by George Enescu and Scherzo in C by Johannes
Brahms. I was unable to attend the actual performance
due to other commitments but I listened during the afternoon
rehearsal and the music was beautiful.
. . .
Rap workshop at Ross Market - taught by Jenny Smith and Lofty from
'Dub Merge'. DSC_4606
The 'Swamp Men', Dave Hooper, Tony O'Hare and Dave Hanes at Ross
Market on Wednesday. DSC_4622
Ken Aiso and Simon Crawford-Phillips rehearsing on Wednesday. DSC_4625
Ken Aiso and Simon Crawford-Phillips. DSC_4647
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