Loved by audiences and unanimously praised by the press, Marwood is a virtuoso whose musical integrity and commitment reach the same Olympian heights as his formidable technique. His sweetly sonorous but muscular playing commands attention, none more so than in Vasks thoroughly mesmirising ‘Distant Light’ Concerto. Dvořák’s Romance is glorious, Beethoven’s is charmingly song-like. Also in the programme is Beethoven’s Haydn-inspired First Symphony.
I can confirm the Public Meeting will take place on Tuesday of next week at 7.30 in the Community Centre.
This meeting will be to fill the present vacancies we have in the group, and also to increase the numbers on the group.
The more people we can get involved in this community ownership project, the more successful it will be.
Spread the word, and see you all on Tuesday (James Maclean)
Starts at 11am.
Stalls, fun fair rides and all the usual events.
Great day out and fun for all the family.
Scotland’s Opera Bohemia returns to Strathpeffer Pavilion with Bizet’s masterpiece ‘The Pearl Fishers’.
Sung in French with English Surtitles
Running time approximately 2 hours
“This company is a wealth of extraordinary fresh talent” (The List)
“One of the most exciting new opera companies in the country” (The Herald)
“A breath of fresh air on the operatic circuit” (The Courier)
Wednesday 26th July 2017 – Doors open 7.30pm / starts 8.00pm
Tickets – £15 adult / £12 concession / £6 under 18s
The Pipe band play in the Strathpeffer square every Saturday night from 8.30pm.
You can also enjoy a fantastic display put on by Marion Munro's Highland dancers!
Off the Kerb and Beyond Presents bring stand-up comedian, poet, improviser, and TV stalwart Phill Jupitus to the Pavilion for over an hour of tales, laughs and diversions. Watch in delight and/or horror as this experienced funnyman smashes laughs out of the chaos of his own life and the uncertain world that surrounds it.
Adult themes and situations, but delivered childishly.
Tickets available from www.ticketmaster.co.uk
*£16 + booking fee
On Saturday 24th of June 2017, Blue Flash Challenge will host the largest Armed Forces Day celebration in the North of Scotland in the historic spa town of Strathpeffer to raise funds for Scotty's Little Soldiers, the national charity which provides support for bereaved children of Armed Forces personnel who have been killed on active service.
As part of a series of events we shall host the Blue Flash Shinty Challenge Match between the Combined Armed Forces Shinty Team (Scots Camanachd) and a Cabarfeidh Select at the Cabarfeidh Shinty Ground.
On Wednesday, 21st June it is our AGM at 7.30pm. Everyone is invited to the AGM. The meeting is usually very short with reports of the year's activities, financial statement and most importantly election of trustees.
At the moment we have seven trustees. There are vacancies for two more and we would love to hear from anyone who would like to become a trustee. SRA is a tenants' association and as such it is vital that we have some council house dwellers at the meeting.