The Aviva Community Fund voting ended Midday yesterday. We got a tremendous amount of support with 803 votes in total. However, we did not meet our target of 1000 so we will have to wait and see what the judges think and see if we get any funding for our project. Results should be announced on 28th November. Fingers crossed everyone.
The voting in the Aviva Community Fund applications ends Midday Tomorrow.
Thanks to everyone who has voted for us and encouraged their friends to vote also. We are currently up to 783 votes which is amazing but slightly short of our 1000 votes target. If you haven’t voted yet please do.
Here are a few ‘learn to play day’ photos showing what a workshop can be like plus a photo of our performance this year at Cowley Road Carnival .
The voting in the Aviva Community Fund applications ends Midday on 21st November.
Thanks to everyone who has voted for us and encouraged their friends to vote also. We are currently up to 723 votes which is amazing.
If you haven’t voted yet then follow this link, register and vote for us. If we get to 1000 votes we are more likely to receive the funding. This would cover the cost of 2 free public performances in parks in London followed by free workshops where you can try your hand at playing.
We had a new piece of music composed for our 30th Anniversary Concert. It was named appropriately ‘Caribbean Pearl’ and was composed and arranged by Robert Thompson of Trinidad. You can listen to a recording from the concert on 21st October at our base at Henry Cavendish School in Balham.
The Melodians UK have applied to the Aviva Community Fund for some money to enable the Melodians to carry out two free performances in parks in London in 2018, each followed by a free workshop.
The voting opened on Tuesday 24th October. If you haven’t already please vote for us by following this link:
Previous free events:
Myatts Field, Camberwell, 2015
Here are a few photos from Saturdays Concert at Henry Cavendish School in the presence of the Mayor of Lambeth Councillor Marcia Cameron and the High Commissioner of Trinidad and Tobago – His Excellency Orville London
It was our 30th Anniversary Concert last night and we had a fantastic night. The evening started with a video that reminded us of what we have achieved over the past 30 years and all the countries that we have travelled to and played.
A quick reminder that our 30th Anniversary Concert is this Saturday. The Melodians have been rehearsing hard and are now looking forward to seeing all their supporters and giving a fantastic performance.
A quick reminder from last year’s annual concert with a performance of the Michael Jackson tune Billie Jean: