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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:-


About the features and benefits of Arts in Residence events
 # Are the prices fully inclusive?
          
 Yes. There are no hidden extras.
 #Is there a supplement for single room occupancy?
          
 A small supplement is payable.
 #Will I receive information about the music?
          
 Yes. There are detailed printed programme 
notes to take away.
 # How important are the food and the wine?

  Very important, as important as the music.
 # Will there be other guests or events there?

  Arts-in-Residence normally takes over the whole venue.
 # Who will introduce the music?

  Our lecturers are experienced and are all 
  experts in their field.
 # Will I need to know about music to enjoy an Arts 
    in Residence event?

  Certainly not. The approach is inclusive. All you 
  need is an interest in music and to enjoy 
  listening to it and sharing it with others.
 # How will the music sound?

     We use excellent hi-fi equipment so that the 
    music should sound as 
    close to the real thing as possible.
 # How large are the groups?
 
    We aim to create a house party atmosphere and, 
    depending on the venue, the groups will be 
    between 16 and 38.

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Who or What is Arts in Residence?

   
   Arts in Residence is a group of individuals 
dedicated to the promotion and enjoyment of the 
Arts who have combined their skills to present 
a number of high quality music courses in
carefully selected venues in the UK
and abroad.
   Our aim is to create an atmosphere of 
friendship, where the conviviality of the 
mealtimes is equally as important as the 
excellence of the lectures.
   Many bookings are made for courses by Arts 
in Residence guests at least 6 months in advance 
because of the demand for places on each of the 
courses.
   #All courses have a limited number of places. 
In order to create a 'house party' atmosphere, 
we have a restriction on the number of guests 
at each event. (Given the size of the venue, 
the numbers attending a course can vary from
16 upwards.)  
   It is always advisable to ring, fax or email 
us to check availability on any course in which 
you may be interested, before sending your 
deposit.
For further information, please email your name 
and address or contact: 

Arts in Residence
25 Mulberry Lane
Cosham
PO6 2QU.
Telephone/Fax: 02392 383356  
Email:  info@artsinresidence.co.uk

This page last updated: 1st January 2020
This page maintained by Ian Hickman Partners www.ianhickman.org.uk

Experience classical music breaks with Arts in Residence



 
 
Arts in Residence
music-events
are held at many venues.
 
IMPRESSIONISM

This event took place at
the Georgian House Hotel
Haslemere

(Click any picture below
to view larger)



The Course was conducted
by Terry Barfoot and
Tim Gwyther and featured a
wide range of paintings
and music by Impressionists,
both composers and painters.
Painings were illustrated
using an LCD projector and
the music presented on
excellent hi-fi equipment.
The weekend was designed as
an informal ‘house party’.
Guests needed only the
ability to enjoy music;
no technical knowledge
was required.

Terry Barfoot writes
widely on music for
Britain’s leading journals,
orchestras, festivals and
record companies. He
lectures at Oxford and
other universities, and
is Publications Consultant
to the Bournemouth
Symphony Orchestra.

Tim Gwyther is a lecturer
in Fine Art and a practising
artist and designer, having
worked in a wide variety of
design projects.

Arts in Residence offers an
excellent cuisine including
wine with dinner.
The fee of: 275 (299)
single (double) included all
meals, wine, beverages, course
fees and accommodation.
 


The Music Room
 
 


The Dining Room





	
 
 

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