anonymous male et al. in Christ Church, Spitalfields, East End of London - 15 June, 1989
Pirvate correspondance between colleagues involved in the Spitalfields Festival Education Project
I was somewhat dreading the day ahead of me on arrival at Christ Church on the morning of Thursday 15 June. It struck me quite forcibly that in a few hours’ time nearly 250 children would be charging up and down […] complete with 250 sets of instrument cases, 250 sets of lunch packs and 250 requests to go to the lavatory. To my delight and surprise nothing could be … more >>
Spitalfields Festival Education Project Report 1989. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1634228034924 accessed: 1 March, 2024
Listening tohide composers
|15 June, 1989
|in the company of others, indoors, in public
The listening experience describes the first public performance of the Tower Hamlets String Project, run by the LEA and the Spitalfields Festival Education Project. The listener, connected to the Spitalfields Festival, sums up the range of music performed as ‘items and sections of pieces that showed small solo forces, chamber forces and large string ensemble’.