Four More Years of Him

You’ve seen our new poster haven’t you? You know, this one:

four more years of him

I asked Lyndon if the public would really believe that Blair’s going to be in office for 4 more years if I don’t win.

Labour\’s postersI showed him a copy Labour’s posters, pointing out that they have one with Gordon Brown on it too, and asked him whether people might realise that if they vote Blair, they get Brown.

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“Listen, you’ve tried the red scare tactic before and it didn’t work. Remember those demon-eyes posters of Blair grinning? This time we’re going to ignore the fact that if Blair wins, then a real red will be running the country in a year or so.”

It doesn’t make sense to me, but I didn’t tell Lyndon that. Discover more……

Multi-Talented British Jamaican Artist and Songwriter, Tashana, has Debuted Her Brand New Single

‘Island’ girl and multi-talented British Jamaican artist and songwriter, Tashana, has debuted her brand new single Island and its accompanying visuals.

Known for her unique creative style, which blends Reggae and Bashment with R&B and Hip Hop, and merges the flavours of the Caribbean with the gritty streets of her hometown in South East London, Tashana made her debut last year with the well-received single Inna Di Air, and has steadily been gaining new fans with her dancehall renditions of some of the year’s most popular tunes.

Tashana has already caught the ears of BBC 1Xtra, PRS For Music, Reprezent Radio and Island Records which shows something more than the talent this artist posses.

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For her new single, Tashana has collaborated with burgeoning producers Chloe Kraemer and Musiek Mambu (Sneakbo, Aina More), to deliver an infectious tropical dancehall tune, which is perfect for the summer. Inspired by her culture and heritage, Tashana sings about escaping to your happy place with the person you love, using the Caribbean islands scenery as the perfect reference and inspiration.

The visuals for Island, which were directed by revered Bay Area filmmaker Uzi Movies, sees Tashana transported to the sunny settings of Treasure Island in California, for a fun summer day out at the beach, which not only brings the record further to life, but also captures Tashana’s positive and bubbly personality, which will no doubt endear the emerging artist to both fans and critics.

Speaking about bringing her single to fruition, Tashana says, “I thoroughly enjoyed working on this project with my team, and I can’t wait for the world to finally hear my sound. The whole concept of ‘Island’ is something I live by – have fun, live life with the ones you love. It means everything to me to be able to inspire those who gravitate to my music, and continue to push nothing but positive energy. I’m extremely excited for this record!” Read more……

This Gives us the Opportunity to Fine Tune and Expand our Courses

Director of Music’s Welcome

Welcome to our 2013 Summer School of Music. You’ll find it packed with a huge variety of music making opportunities and I’m sure you will find something just for you.

Sherborne Summer School of Music never stands still. The 2013 school will present an exciting new format, we are moving to two weeks! 2012 saw the completion of several refurbishment projects within Sherborne School allowing us to accommodate more students in each week.

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This gives us the opportunity to fine tune and expand our courses allowing greater flexibility, greater co-operation between courses, and to establish new courses. Some of our innovations include a Painting and Drawing course with the distinguished artist Jeremy Yates and his assistant Pam Green, an expanded Choral Masterpieces course which will include larger-scale repertoire, and a new Mixed Chamber Music course with the celebrated Delme String Quartet, Sarah Francis and Wendy Phillips.

We also give a big welcome to Fran Bolton who takes over the Voices in Harmony choir and we have the extra pleasure of welcoming back John Georgiadis to direct the Chamber Orchestra after his stunning success with the String Orchestra last year.

Its not all change though – Sherborne is still the place that offers maximum enjoyment for committed music makers of all abilities. All in all, we are in for a very special treat and a Sherborne not to be missed, we look forward very much to welcoming you. Read more……