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Foden's at Tatton Park

Posted by Mark Wilkinson on 25 August 2014

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On Sunday 24th August Foden's appeared at Tatton Park in a commemorative service to mark the start of WW1. The event was organised by Cheshire East with 200 vip's present as well as a large audience who were treated to a free event.

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New Music Biennial Release

Posted by Richard Poole on 22 August 2014

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As most of you will be aware from recent updates on our site and twitter feed, Foden's recently performed at the Southbank in London and the Concert Hall in Glasgow as part of the New Music Biennial.

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Foden's at Tatton Park

Posted by Richard Poole on 22 August 2014

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Foden's will appear at Tatton Park on Sunday in an event arranged by Cheshire East commencing at 3pm.The event is free (except the grounds admission charge)The first half of the concert will be a commemorative WW1 service and the 2nd half will be Foden's in concertFor more information click here

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Manchester Cathedral

Posted by Ian Raisbeck on 14 August 2014

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Foden's Band are pleased to announce that, following the highly successful event in 2012, they will return to Manchester Cathedral in November 2014 for a spectacular concert featuring guests; Foden's Youth Band, International Trumpet sensation Jens Lindemann and the highly acclaimed Halifax Choral Society. 

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Commonwealth Performance for 'A Child Like You'

Posted by Ian Raisbeck on 26 July 2014

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On 2nd August Foden's will travel to Glasgow for a special performance of 'A Child Like You' by our composer-in-residence Andy Scott. Commissioned by the PRS foundation, the piece is part of the Commonwealth Biennial projects and has already received critical acclaim after the premiere in Manchester and a further...

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Foden's Youth at Gawsworth Hall

Posted by Richard Poole on 15 July 2014

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Foden's Youth Band recently ended the academic year with a performance in the picturesque surroundings of Gawsworth Hall. One of Cheshire's most iconic venues, Gawsworth hosts an annual summer season featuring some of the UK's most famous musicians, actors and comedians.

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BBC Radio 3 broadcast

Posted by Richard Poole on 9 July 2014

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Following the successful London premiere of Andy Scott’s New Music Biennial commission for Foden’s Band at Southbank Centre on 6 July, the new work will be broadcast on BBC Radio 3 later this week. The live recording of the London performance of 'A Child Like You' by Foden’s Band, Anna-Clare Monk,...

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Brass at the Bridgewater

Posted by Mark Wilkinson on 29 June 2014

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On Friday 18th July Foden’s will be teaming up with the Love Music Trust in the Bridgewater Hall to help celebrate another year of high quality music education that has seen over 10,000 young people in Cheshire East engaged through the work of the Trust.

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Allan Withington Conducting School

Posted by Mark Wilkinson on 27 June 2014

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On the 28th June Allan Withington`s annual Conductors Summer School will take place in Sandbach, Cheshire, hosted by Foden's. During the course of the week, 12 students from across Europe with get the opportunity to work with the Roberts Bakery Band in full rehearsals as well as a free outdoor 10...

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Free tickets for Southbank performance

Posted by Mark Wilkinson on 27 June 2014

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On the 6th July Foden's will perform the London premiere of their New Music Biennial commission ' A Child Like You' by our Composer-in-Residence Andy Scott, at London's Southbank Centre 7.30pm. 'A Child Like You' tells the story of a 17 year old Ugandan Asian refugee who, after fleeing Uganda...

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