Eagerly awaited new single from Louth band, Project Redshift.
You can see the video here
If you just want audio only, you can listen here.
You can read all about Project Redshift here.
It doesn’t matter what you do within the Arts, you ARE an Artiste. You think up, prepare and deliver your work, just like any other profession. Once your “piece” is published, is that the point at which you become an Artiste?
Whatever your genre, be it music, visual or spoken Art, there must be a point where you think “that’s it, I’ve cracked it. I am indeed an Artiste.”
Or, is that description the who process of being creative? If you have a dream, wake up and commit that dream to manuscript, does that make you and Artiste? Or is it only when that work is complete that you can feel satisfied with your success?
Do “Completion” and “Publication” go hand in hand? Can you be an Artiste if you complete your work, but rather than publish, you retain it for your own personal enjoyment?
Is your status in the eye of yourself, as Creator or viewers as Critics?
Only you can decide.
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Peter Anthony Robinson is a singer/songwriter and musician, originally from Grimsby, now based in Spain.
You can read about his music here:
and listen to selected tracks here:
If you like Peter’s work, please leave a comment. We’re always looking for encouragement for our local musicians.
This year’s Gig in the Garden will take place at The Priory Hotel, Louth on Sunday 26 August from 1.00 pm. The musical line up is displayed below:
This year, GITG is introducing the “Artists Avenue” – an extravaganza of local Art and Artists, including some incredible Craft displays. Among those attending the Arts Avenue are:
Alicry Trinketts – (Bev Wilkinson Hand Made Jewelry)
Lorena Jane – (Inclusive Arts Education Lincoln)
Janice SWIRL Crafts (Crafts Louth)
Wolds Wools (Crafts, Louth)
Keri Blake (Photography) Louth Jayne Cooper – (Artist Louth)
Madeleine Mcglone – (Face Painting Louth)
Elaine Garton – Street Artist (Crackpot Louth)
Elaine Calderwood – Artsist (Louth)
Andrew Bailie – Artist (Lincoln)
FREE BOTTLED WATER
UNDER 12’S GO FREE
Is/are there any 1940s inspired musician/singer types out there that would like to come and perform for an hour or so at Valentine Retail Park, Tritton Road, Lincoln. I’m thinking a ‘busking’ type set up rather than a fully fledged set up. It’s for an Armed Forces Week charity fundraiser, weekend 7th/8th July. I can’t offer you payment, but would suit anyone who just loves to sing/perform vintage music/style. Get your name out there? Gain experience? I’d consider some dancers too as long as you had your own Insurances.
Lincs County Coord
Help for Heroes
Violinist, Andy Long is performing, together with accompanist Ian Buckle, at the Methodist Hall, Nichol Hill, Louth on Monday, 23rd July at 7.30pm. Tickets are £12 on the door (£10 concessions) and refreshments will be available.
Music to include…
Hubay…”The Violin Maker of Old Cremona”
De Falla…”Suite Popolare Espagnole”
Romance from “Ladies in Lavender”
Andy has given concerto and recital performances throughout Scandinavia and Europe, including a live performance of Elgar’s violin sonata on Polish television. He is also a regular recitalist at the Duke of Westminster’s country home Eton Hall.
After leaving his position as Assistant Leader with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Andy is now the Associate Leader of Opera North. He was also the Leader of the Performing Arts Symphony Orchestra for many years, playing concertos and showpieces to audiences of over 16,000 people.
Andy taught at Chetham’s School of Music for 15 years as well as at Manchester University. He also taught privately for Sir Yehudi Menuhin, and was invited to accept a post at his specialist school.
He will also be giving an afternoon concert at the same venue in September, with his wife Zoe and the other members of the New World Ensemble (Web Site) which he also leads.
Great to see one of our local singers, Chloey Rose has been crowned Miss Lincolnshire and is now targeting Miss GB.
For more information and to offer your support, visit Chloey’s Miss Lincolnshire Facebook page
Lincoln County Hospital’s Ashby ward is an 18 bedded unit providing rehabilitation and treatment to patients with long term neurological conditions (brain injury and brain illness, spinal injuries and surgery) or following multiple trauma who have complex rehabilitation needs. Patients are actively involved in contributing to their rehabilitation programme.
We have 2 rehabilitation consultants.
Rehabilitation on the ward is goal oriented. We are supported by a multi-disciplinary team including occupational therapists, physiotherapists, speech and language, neuropsychologists, clinical nurse therapist, electronic assistive technology and specialist wheelchair services.
We on Ashby ward are asking for any donations of musical instruments for our patients to use in therapy sessions. we are specifically looking for tamborines, xylophones, percussion instruments, small string instruments etc but nothing that is put in the mouth!
If you are able to assist by donating unwanted musical instruments to our cause, please contact us by email.
Donna Pullman is the ward clerk for Ashby ward, and you can contact her HERE.
The decision has been made to bring back our Blog. This time it’s here to stay. We’ve decided you can have a Forum AND a blog and these will serve different purposes.
The blog will feature all kinds of interesting articles and comment, (probably a bit more widely based than the Arts in Lincolnshire), but with some connection to our core purpose.
Anybody with a relevant article about their own, or other peoples projects and achievements, should post them to the Administrator using the “Contact” link in the main menu.
Let’s hope that the re-introduction of the blog will help to keep The Arts in Lincolnshire, well and truly in the spotlight.
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