NB-Tramshed courses

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face to face courses

Tramshed Courses
Lakeview Hall, Tramshed Arts and Community Centre, 1395A Pittwater Road, Narrabeen

Opera and Ballet on Sundays – 27 attendees
Fortnightly sessions, 11.00am-3.00pm
Note: Pre-booking is required for each individual session
Email Rosemary McCulloch, or 0448 095 958
Note: Bring a snack lunch or buy it at the Tramshed Café as we have a 45 minute break in the middle of each session

Spectacular performances on DVD from Covent Garden, Glyndebourne and The Met.

Dates for your diary:
2 August
– Tosca – Puccini/Callas
16 August – Ballet “Raymonda” – Glazunov
30 August – The Trojans – Part 1 – Berlioz
13 September – The Trojans – Part 2 – Berlioz
27 September – Ballet “Marco Spada” – Auber
11 October – Cosi Fan Tutte – Mozart
25 October – Siegfried – Act 1 – Wagner
8 November – Ballet “Manon” – Massenet
22 November – Queen of Spades – Tchaikovsky
6 December – Rigoletto – Verdi

Tuesdays at the Tramshed – 27 attendees
A series of separate presentations on a wide variety of topics given by people with expertise in and enthusiasm for their subject.
First Tuesday of each month, 11.00am-1.00pm
Note: Pre-booking is required for each individual session
Email Rosemary McCulloch, or 0448 095 958

4 August Rosemary McCulloch Behind the Scenes with the BBC
Working with dedicated professionals, some
famous like Sir David Attenborough and others
less known but equally fascinating, Rosemary
discovered that a sense of humour was vital
in the broadcasting world
1 September Austin Mack On Apollo’s chariots from the Earth to the Moon
A welcome return of this popular speaker who will
take us into space and keep us on the edge of our
seats with excitement
6 October Annabet Ousback Red Herrings for Breakfast
Annabet and her younger brother Anders grew up
in idyllic surrounds on the lower north shore of
Sydney, living in the original Balmoral Boatshed
3 November Jim Murray Lady Hamilton and Nelson
A love story with a sad end
1 December Rosemary McCulloch Robert Louis Stevenson
Stevenson creates a sense of wonder through his
brilliant style, writing plays, poems, essays, boys’
adventure stories and much more

Music of London – 27 attendees
Various Tuesdays, 11.00am-1.00pm
Note: Pre-booking is required for each individual session
Email Rosemary McCulloch, or 0448 095 958

For centuries this great city has been a centre for classical music, acting as a magnet for composers and artists. Purcell, Handel and Wagner through to Elgar, Eric Coates, William Walton, Benjamin Britten and many more.
Come and enjoy listening to some of them.

Dates for your diary:
11 and 25 August;
8 and 22 September;
13 and 27 October;
10 and 24 November;
8 December

Please note: A separate booking is required for each of these sessions held at The Tramshed – sorry about that!