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What's on at Westonbirt School – Autumn Term 2011

PUBLISHED: 15:07 20 September 2011 | UPDATED: 20:01 20 February 2013

What's on at Westonbirt School – Autumn Term 2011

What's on at Westonbirt School – Autumn Term 2011

Friday 14th October, 7:30pm – Music at Westonbirt Concert<br/><br/>Somerset based Paradis Piano Trio present 'Daughters of the Muse', a programme of music by female composers. Featuring well known works such as the Clara Schumann Piano Trio

Whats on at Westonbirt School Autumn Term 2011

Friday 14th October, 7:30pm Music at Westonbirt Concert
Somerset based Paradis Piano Trio present Daughters of the Muse, a programme of music by female composers. Featuring well known works such as the Clara Schumann Piano Trio and lesser-known gems such as Amy Beachs Romance for Violin and Piano, this concert gaurantees to convince the listener that female composers music deserves much wider recognition. Admission: 10 (children under 16 free).

Saturday 15th October, 9:30am 12:30pm Westonbirt Schools Open Morning

Pupils and staff at Rose Hill Westonbirt, our co-educational preparatory school and Westonbirt School, our day and boarding senior school for girls look forward to welcoming you to Westonbirt. Westonbirt Schools offer an excellent academic and all-round education in a beautiful setting in the heart of the Cotswolds. Please join the pupils and staff for a friendly and informal tour of the schools and grounds. Westonbirt School Headmistress, Mary Henderson, will be speaking at 10:45am and 11:30am. If you wish to view both schools, please arrive before 10am.

Friday 11th November, 7:30pm (followed by optional supper) Westonbirt Lecture
Got a parking ticket and want to get out of it?
Then you need to come along to the next Westonbirt Lecture by Chief Parking Adjudicator for England and Wales (and former Westonbirt pupil) Caroline Sheppard!Caroline has developed a new law of parking and speaks with gusto and humour about how to avoid parking tickets as well as how to appeal against them. She has appeared in many media articles and features and has been interviewed twice on the Today programme much to John Humphries amusement! So, if you want to outwit those parking clampers and attendants this is an evening not to be missed! Admission: free (please contact Reception to book post-lecture supper at 15 per head).

Thursday 8th December, 7:30pm Community Celebration of Carols & Readings by Candlelight
With the Choirs of Westonbirt School. Admission: free (please reserve tickets by calling Reception).

For further information about any of these events please call Westonbirt School Reception on 01666 880333


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