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Gloucestershire Double Reed Day 2017 will take place on Sunday, June 25th at Pates Grammar School, Cheltenham. The event starts at 10:00am and will finish by 7:00pm. As usual there will be a Big Band, Chamber Groups, Masterclasses and a concert.

The cost this year is £45 for players, but only £39 where registration and payment is received by May 31st, 2017.  We are also offering a discounted rate of £30 for additional playing members of the same family. The price for observers is £15 to cover catering. The price includes lunch and tea, and drinks will be available throughout the day.

This year the masterclasses will be taken by Rachael Clegg (oboe) and Sarah Burnett (bassoon). All oboists and bassoonists, beginner to advanced, young and old are welcome. Any questions can be sent to info@glosdrd.org.uk.

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  3. Mary Mckay says:

    To the organisers of Gloucester DR day 2014. Thank you to all for a most interesting,challenging and enjoyable day .. my first.
    Your organisation was superb.. All members of the staff whom I had contact with responded with patience,enthusiasm and much waving of ‘magic wands’.
    The structure of the day ensured a wide opportunity of involvement .. I learnt a tremendous deal.. Not the least about myself.. both strengths and areas for development.
    All in all a ‘fun’ day.. Great food and friendly company and heart warming to see such talent in the youngsters and for us ‘oldies’ to share our stories.
    Thank you to all.. Looking forward to next year
    Mary McKay (bassoon)

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