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Cheltenham Festivals news : Science for Schools 2018 – Cheltenham Festivals

Science for Schools 2018 - Cheltenham Festivals

Latest Festival Flyer update from Cheltenham Festivals :


🌎 #cheltscifest

Bookings for our Science for Schools 2018 programme is now open!

Book now 👇
https://www.cheltenhamfestivals.com/education/take-part/science-for-schools-2018-2/

Science for Schools 2018 – Cheltenham Festivals

Our school programme at Cheltenham Science Festival is focused on encouraging young minds to develop a love for all things science. Whether experiencing live shows, getting hands on in our class-sized workshops or exploring our range of interactive zones, Science for Schools inspires and engages eve…

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Listen here: www.cheltenhamfestivals.com/replay

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#Cheltmusicfest Replay 

Relive the Music Festival at home with playlists, created by Head of Programming Camilla King, of highlights from the 2020 Festival, which we will sadly no longer be able to hear in person. 

Listen here: www.cheltenhamfestivals.com/replay 

#tuesdaytunes

21 hours ago

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John Tavener Remembered from Gloucester Cathedral in 2014. ‘Scatter roses over my tears’ (Cavaleri Quartet), and ‘Towards Silence’ (Cavaleri Quartet, Celan Quartet, Gildas Quartet and Quatuor Hermes)

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John Tavener Remembered from Gloucester Cathedral  in 2014. ‘Scatter roses over my tears’ (Cavaleri Quartet), and ‘Towards Silence’ (Cavaleri Quartet, Celan Quartet, Gildas Quartet and Quatuor Hermes)  

www.cheltenhamfestivals.com/replay

23 hours ago

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Remember to tell us your favourite piece of classical music in the comments!

Tag a friend so that they can join in ⬇As part of Cheltenham Music Festival: Replay, we're asking you to submit your favourite piece of classical music 🎼

Comment below and tag a Music Festival friend so that we can hear their favourite as well!

This might result in the playlist to end all playlists...

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Remember to tell us your favourite piece of classical music in the comments!

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23 hours ago

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#Cheltmusicfest Replay

In this instalment of our string quartet world premieres from #cheltmusicfest 2018, the Ligeti Quartet play Michael Zev Gordon’s ‘String Quartet No.2’. This piece was recorded at Chapel Arts in Cheltenham.

Watch here: www.cheltenhamfestivals.com/replay

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#Cheltmusicfest Replay 

In this instalment of our string quartet world premieres from #cheltmusicfest 2018, the Ligeti Quartet play Michael Zev Gordon’s ‘String Quartet No.2’. This piece was recorded at Chapel Arts in Cheltenham. 

Watch here: www.cheltenhamfestivals.com/replay 

Photo credit: Danny Imson
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  1. Anonymous says:

    Tom Dales thought this might be useful for you?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Sarah Bridges Vanessa Freeman

  3. Anonymous says:

    Liz Whale, Lucy Pownall and Charlie Aitken – forgot to mention this evening that bookings are open for Science for Schools xx

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