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Forest Voices Choir

Forest Voices Choir

FOREST VOICES CHOIR – SINGING AT THE GATE

 

On 16th June 2016, from 6.30 to 8.00pm Forest Voices will sing at The Gate Library and Community Centre, 4 – 20 Woodgrange Road, Forest Gate, London E7 0QH.

Come and join us for a free evening of song and enjoyment!

Light refreshments provided.

Funded by a “Let’s Get the Party Started” grant from the London Borough of Newham

See: https://forestvoicese7.wordpress.com/ and for the flyer relating to the event, see: https://forestvoicese7.files.wordpress.com/2016/05/flyer-forest-gate-sings-16-jun-164.pdf

Ruth Rikowski is a member of the Forest Voices choir, and will be singing with them at The Gate on 16th June.

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Forest Voices Choir

Forest Voices Choir

FOREST VOICES CHOIR

Singing ‘Line-Up’ in Forest Gate

Forest Voices Choir that Ruth Rikowski is a member of sang 3 songs for the turning on of the Christmas lights event. The lights were turned on by Robin Wales, the Mayor of Newham, on 5th December 2015. Two of the songs were Christmas Carols and the other was a lovely song advocating peace throughout the world. It is called ‘Line-Up’ (by Helen Yeomans).
Here are the words for ‘Line-Up’:

 

Line up, line up

Wo oh

For your place in the peaceable kingdom

Yeh, yeh, yeh.

 

Line up, line up

Wo oh

For your place in the peacable kingdom

Yeh, yeh, yeh.

 

Line up, line up

Wo oh

For your place in the peacable kingdom

Yeh, yeh, yeh

 

Bring your songs of freedom for a brave new world

 

Let me hear you

Sing, sing now.

 

Line up!

 

The rich and the poor

The weak and the strong

The humble and the proud

Won’t you sing out loud

The merciful of heart

The sinner and the saint

The forgiven and the wrong

Find your voice in song

No differentiation between black and white

Let the Arab man stand by the Israelite

There ain’t no creed, there ain’t no colour

But the blood that flow thru your sister and brother.

 

*Repeat lines up to ‘Line Up’.
Ruth has loaded the video of the Forest Voices Choir singing ‘Line-Up’  on to YouTube.

This is the first item that she has ever loaded anything on to YouTube! Hopefully, more will follow!

 

See: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ayWOiJdx5bs

 

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Forest Gate Hotel

Forest Gate Hotel

FOREST ROOTS: VENUE CHANGE – NOW AT THE FOREST GATE HOTEL!

Change of Venue: THE FOREST GATE HOTEL (Function Room)

Change of Start Time: Now starts at 8.00pm

 

 

Dear Forest Roots Folk

Thanks to everyone who turned up last month to see the amazing Acoustica. It was a great night and a real pleasure to see so many familiar faces.

This month we welcome back The Hot Strings Review featuring Martin Wheatley on guitar and ukulele and Mike Piggott www.mikepiggott.com on fiddle. They are both incredible musicians and gave us a fantastic evening last time they were at Forest Roots. If you saw them last time you will remember Martin’s mesmerizing performance of The Dambusters on the ukulele (check him out on YouTube) and Mike’s amazing jazz fiddle playing. These two are definitely not to be missed.

The Flats Family Band will be there as well as surprise guests and local performers. These include the Forest Voices Choir.

If you’d like to be one of them email us @ forestroots@googlemail.com.

So that’s The Hot Strings Review at Forest Roots, The Forest Gate Hotel. Godwin Road, Forest Gate, London E7 0LW

Friday 27th November.

Starts 8.00pm sharp – due to the number of performers, Forest Roots will now start at 8.00pm!

Transport: Bus – 86, 25, 330, 58, 308; Overground – Forest Gate (TfL Rail) and Wanstead Park

Stay forever young

Jenny and Caroline

Forest Root: Country, Folk, Blues and Beyond

 

NOTE: Victor Rikowski will be one of the performers. Ruth Rikowski will be singing with Forest Voices.

 

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The Sir Alfred Hitchcock Hotel

The Sir Alfred Hitchcock Hotel

FOREST ROOTS

THE SIR ALFRED HITCHCOCK HOTEL

27th NOVEMBER

 

Dear Forest Roots Folk

Thanks to everyone who turned up last month to see the amazing Acoustica. It was a great night and a real pleasure to see so many familiar faces.

This month we welcome back The Hot Strings Review featuring Martin Wheatley on guitar and ukulele and Mike Piggott www.mikepiggott.com on fiddle. They are both incredible musicians and gave us a fantastic evening last time they were at Forest Roots. If you saw them last time you will remember Martin’s mesmerizing performance of The Dambusters on the ukulele (check him out on YouTube) and Mike’s amazing jazz fiddle playing. These two are definitely not to be missed.

The Flats Family Band will be there as well as surprise guests and local performers.

If you’d like to be one of them email us @ forestroots@googlemail.com.

So that’s The Hot Strings Review at Forest Roots, The Sir Alfred Hitchcock, 147 Whipps Cross Road, Leytonstone, London E11 1NP on Friday 27th November.

Starts 8.30pm sharp

Transport: Bus (257); underground Central Line, Leytonstone

Alfred Hitchcock

Alfred Hitchcock

Stay forever young

Jenny and Caroline

Forest Root: Country, Folk, Blues and Beyond

 

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The Glass Factory

The Glass Factory

THE GLASS FACTORY

A monthly evening of alternative music and performances of all shapes and sizes

Next performances: Saturday 14th November 2915; 5th December 2015; 9th January 2016

Time: 4.00 – 8.00pm

Red Door Studios

E6 3RW

 

Red Door Studios

Masterman Road (rear 120 High St South)

E6 3RW

Email: Curator.reddoor@gmail.com

Phone: 07753186009

Nearest tube: East Ham

Bus routes: 101, 104, 115, 58, 474

Accessible by bus from: Stratford, Forest Gate, Leytonstone, Wanstead, Canning Town, Aldgate.

 

The Glass Factory @ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1644757859074990/

Red Door Studios & Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RedDoorStudiosE6

Red Door Studios website: http://www.reddoorse6.co.uk/

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Beethoven

Beethoven

ALL SAINTS CHORUS & ORCHESTRA

The All Saints Chorus and Orchestra are celebrating their 20th anniversary concert season starting this year. Formed in 1994, the Chorus is a community choir. Membership is open to all and there are no auditions. The choir have a reputation for performing concerts of the highest standard in Newham, the area in which they rehearse and perform.

They have an extensive repertoire of music ranging from the 15th century to today. Included are the great works of composers such as Bach, Handel, Mozart, Haydn, Brahms, and Verdi. The chorus enjoys a good social life outside the rehearsal room and the annual weekend away provides the perfect opportunity to rehearse, socialise and relax.

The All Saints Orchestra is a mix of seasoned professional players featuring instrumentalists from many of the major London orchestras. Together with the Chorus and our dedicated group of acclaimed soloists they give a wide audience the chance to experience great music in the historic setting of West Ham Parish Church.

 

Next Event: West Ham Parish Church (All Saints), Church Street, E15 3HU

Saturday 21 November 2015

7.30pm

Vaughan-Williams: Towards the Unknown Region, and Antiphon: Let All the World

Beethoven: Symphony No.7

Brahms: A German Requium

 

Margaret Feuvoir – Soprano

Stephen Alder – Bass

All Saints Chorus

All Saints Orchestra

Jon Cullen – Conductor

 

Tickets: Adults £17; Concessions £10. On the door or in advance – Telephone: 07513 414665

Website: http://allsaintschorus.org/

The All saints Chorus and Orchestra

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The Sir Alfred Hitchcock Hotel

The Sir Alfred Hitchcock Hotel

FOREST ROOTS @ THE SIR ALFRED HITCHCOCK HOTEL

Dear Forest Roots Folk

Just to let you know that we are doing a one off night at The Sir Alfred Hitchcock Hotel in Leytonstone on Friday 9th October with Acoustica, featuring Paul Kerr on guitar, Chris Haigh on fiddle and Rupert on double bass with Coxy doing a support set.

We know it isn’t Forest Gate but it is opposite the forest and it’s a great venue with ample parking and a very supportive landlord so we hope you can make it.

So that’s Acoustica on Friday, 9th October at:

The Sir Alfred Hitchcock Hotel, 147 Whipps Cross Road, Leytonstone E11 1NP

Starts 8.30pm

We’d love to see you all again

Stay forever young

Jenny and Caroline

PS please forward this to anyone you think would be interested

The Sir Alfred Hitchcock Hotel: http://www.thehitchcockhotel.com/

Ruth, Gregory and Glenn Rikowski @ The Sir Alfred Hitchcock Hotel - 4th January 2014

Ruth, Gregory and Glenn Rikowski @ The Sir Alfred Hitchcock Hotel – 4th January 2014

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Education Not for Sale

Education Not for Sale

CRITICAL PEDAGOGY VS. CAPITAL: REIGNITING THE CONVERSATION

CRITICAL THEORIES IN THE 21st CENTURY: A CONFERENCE OF TRANSFORMATIVE PEDAGOGIES

4th Annual Conference 2015, November 6th & 7th 

Location: West Chester University, 700 South High Street, West Chester, PA 19383, USA

Two Days of Discussion and Music!

Bill Ayers

Bill Ayers

Opening Conference Keynote:  Bill Ayers
Professor Ayers is a Distinguished Professor of Education and Senior University Scholar at the University of Illinois at Chicago (retired). He is a member of the executive committee of the Faculty Senate and founder of both the Small Schools Workshop and the Center for Youth and Society. Dr. Ayers has taught courses in interpretive and qualitative research, oral history, creative non-fiction, urban school change, and teaching and the modern predicament. To learn more about Dr. Ayers and his work please visit his webpage at: http://billayers.org/biographyhistory/

 

Dave Hill

Dave Hill

Closing Conference Keynote: Dave Hill
Dave Hill is Research Professor of Education at Anglia Ruskin University, Chelmsford, England, and Visiting Professor of Education at the Universities of Athens, Greece, Middlesex, London.  Dave is a Marxist academic and political activist in different countries, in particular with trade unions and left / socialist / Marxist groups in Greece, Turkey and Ireland as well as England. His academic work focuses on issues of neoliberalism, capitalism, class, `race’, resistance and socialist education/ education for equality; critical pedagogy/critical education. He founded in 2003 and chief edits the free online peer-juried journal, the Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies, www.jceps.com, a free online, scholarly, peer-juried international journal that has had nearly a million downloads in 10 years.

Musical Artists: Marcel Cartier, Magik, and Squid Brothers Inc.

Call For Papers
The 4th Annual Conference on Critical Theories in the 21st Century aims to reinvigorate the field of critical pedagogy. The primary question driving this conference is: What is to be done to make critical pedagogy an effective educational weapon in the current struggle against capitalism and imperialism?

There is no doubt that we are at a critical juncture in history in terms of the limits of nature’s vital ecosystems, the physical limits of the progressive accumulation of capital, and the deepening reactionary ideology and scapegoating that exacerbates the oppression of youth of color. If critical pedagogy is to play a significant role in intervening in the current context, then a sharpened sense of purpose and direction is needed.

Squid Brothers Inc.

Squid Brothers Inc.

Some examples of possible topics include:

  • Marxism
  • Post-structuralism/post-modernism
  • Anarchism
  • Challenging the unholy trinity of state, capital, and religion
  • Class and the capital-labor dialectic
  • Identity and economics
  • Hierarchical and vertical forms of organization (i.e., vanguards versus networks)
  • Reform versus revolution
  • Socialism, communism, & democracy
  • Affect theory and the new materialisms
  • The knowledge economy, post-Fordism, and “cognitive capitalism”
  • Critical geography

While this conference will include important presentations and debates in critical pedagogy, it will not be limited to this focus. In other words, as critical theory becomes more inclusive, global, and all encompassing, this conference welcomes more than just academics as important contributors. That is, we recognize students and youth groups as possessing authentic voices based on their unique relationship to capitalism and will therefore be open to them as presenters and discussion leaders.

While this conference will include important presentations and challenging discussions based in critical pedagogy, it will not be limited to this focus. In other words, as critical theory becomes more inclusive, global, and all encompassing, this conference welcomes more than just academics as important contributors.

Please submit abstract proposals (500-1000 words) to: Curry Malott (cmalott@wcupa.edu)

Proposal due date: September 27th, 2015

 

Conference website: http://ct21st.org/

Curry Malott

Curry Malott

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imagesHIGH NOON SHOWDOWN ON BLACK METAL THEORY

TOPICS IN THE AESTHETICS OF MUSIC AND SOUND

SEMINAR SERIES

Thursday, October 1, 2015

3:15-5 p.m. in U67

Institute for the Study of Culture (IKV) University of Southern Denmark (SDU) Campusvej 55, Odense

Panel discussion (Via Skype):

High Noon Showdown on Black Metal Theory

With …

Karl Spracklen is Professor of Leisure Studies at Leeds Beckett University, UK. He is the Editor of Metal Music Studies and the Secretary of the International Society for Metal Music Studies. He has extensive research interests relating to leisure spaces and leisure identities, and has contributed to debates regarding leisure theory. He has over seventy publications, including three research monographs, the most recent of which is Whiteness and Leisure (2013), published by Palgrave Macmillan.

Niall Scott is Senior Lecturer in Ethics at the University of Central Lancashire. He is editor of Helvete: A Journal of Black Metal Theory and Co-Editor of Metal Music Studies. He is one of the founders and Chair of the Society for Metal Music Studies, and has published over 40 pieces in the fields of metal studies, black metal theory, political philosophy, cultural theory, ethics and bioethics.

Edia Connole is co-author with Nicola Masciandaro of Floating Tomb: Black Metal Theory (Mimesis, 2015), and co-editor with Gary J. Shipley of Serial Killing: A Philosophical Anthology (Schism, 2015). With Scott Wilson, Edia Connole is also the co-founder of MOUTH, an actionist art project in culinary divinomics. mmmouth.wordpress.com

Black Metal Theory

Black Metal Theory

Abstract: In this seminar defenders and critics will debate the epistemic value of black metal theory (BMT). An amorphous “metallectual” movement initiated in 2009 with the symposium Hideous Gnosis, BMT has developed in the form of a distributed and vexed forum for trans-disciplinary intellectual work committed to thinking “with” rather than “about” black metal. For defenders of the discipline, its value lies in its ability to destroy creatively the boundary between black metal and theory—constituting itself in the space of their shared negativity, as stated on its inaugural website: “Not black metal. Not Theory. Not not black metal. Not not theory. Black metal theory. Theoretical blackening of metal. Metallic blackening of theory. Mutual blackening. Nigredo in the intoxological crucible of symposia.” For critics of the discipline, this trans-disciplinary approach is devoid of purpose and meaning, and makes the work of critically exploring black metal more difficult.

 

All are welcome – also via Skype

Outland

Outland

 

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Test Dept

Test Dept

FUEL TO FIGHT DS30: TEST FILM & BOOK EVENT

June 13 @ 6PM, firstsite, Colchester: http://www.firstsite.uk.net/page/fuel-to-fight-ds30-test-dept-film-book-event
Followed by party at the Waiting Room
The legendary London industrial noise musicians Test Dept are presenting a special screening of their film DS30 at the firstsite on the 13 June.

Marking 30 years since the 1984-5 miners’ strike, DS30 is a political collage of sound and image. The film is set within the monumental structural lines of Dunston Staiths built on the River Tyne in 1893 to ship coal from the Durham coalfields to the world. Featuring footage of mining communities and industry along the River Tyne and of the wider mining community together with footage and sounds from Test Dept’s own archive related to the strike, DS30 reflects on the group’s nationwide Fuel to Fight Tour in support of the miners, during which they collaborated with local activists and mining communities. These included Kent miner Alan Sutcliffe, who performed as writer and guest vocalist on live and recorded material and the South Wales Striking Miners’ Choir, with whom they recorded the album ‘Shoulder to Shoulder’ to raise money for the Miners’ Hardship Fund.

This screening of DS30 is accompanied by a selection of archive material of the group on film and video and will be followed by a Q & A with founding member Paul Jamrozy, who will be joined by Peter Webb (from PC Press), and Stevphen Shukaitis (from the University of Essex).

This event also celebrates the release of the book Total State Machine, a major historical document and visual representation of Test Dept, published by PC-Press. There will be a launch event following the screening.

Test Dept formed in the decaying docklands of South London in late 1981. The group made raw, visceral music out of re-purposed scrap metal and machinery scavenged from industrial waste-ground and derelict factories; a percussive sound with a political edge performed live against monumental slide and film projections in recently abandoned industrial spaces. Drilling, pounding, grinding, metal bashing – a Constructivist/Futurist-inspired soundtrack to the death throes of industrial Britain.

SCHEDULE
6:00 PM Doors Open
6:15-7:15: Film screening
7:15-8:00 Discussion with Test Department
8:00-11:00 Move to Waiting Room for drinks, DJs

Event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/695456000563749/

Stevphen Shukaitis

Autonomedia Editorial Collective

http://www.autonomedia.org

http://www.minorcompositions.info

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Crisis

Crisis

DANGEROUS TIMES FESTIVAL 2015

Ways to Change the World

Saturday 27th & Sunday 28th June

Rich Mix

35-47 Bethnal Green Road

LONDON E1 6LA

Website: http://dangeroustimes.net

Dangerous Times is an annual festival of radical discussion, debate, music, comedy, art.

Participants include: David Harvey, Lindsey German, Natalie Bennett, Tariq Ali, Owen Jones, John Rees, Francesca Martinez, Danny Dorling, Jeremy Corbyn, Clare Solomon, Kate Hudson, Chris Nineham, Ava Vidal, Kate Hudson, Katherine Connelly, James Meadway, Sam Fairbairn

Registration: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/dangerous-times-festival-2015-tickets-15710379167

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Celestial Dome Inverted

Celestial Dome Inverted

EMBRACING THE RANDOM: ESSAYS ON THE MUSIC OF TOOL, ESOTERICISM AND CREATIVE EXPRESSION

REMINDER – CALL FOR PAPERS

Essays are invited which examine themes of the esoteric in the interconnected areas of popular culture which include the musical projects of Maynard James Keenan, visionary artwork (especially that inspired by N,N-Dimethyltryptamine (DMT or N,N-DMT)), and spiritual worldviews. This is a collection that proposes to explore these creative forms of expression, with a focus on how they manifest in contemporary Western contexts. Such scholarly analyses of this area of popular culture will add new perspectives and insights into subcultures and lifestyles as well as into the specific art and music scenes.

 

Topics could include, but are not limited to:

 Occult and mystical symbology in the music of Tool

 Essays on Maynard James Keenan’s other bands, A Perfect Circle and Puscifer

 Dreams, visions, and DMT

 Visionary art and spirituality (in Western contexts)

 Entheogens and artistic expression (in indigenous Amazonian Amerindian cultural contexts)

 Judeo-Christianity and the lyrics of Tool

 Mathematics, sacred geometry, the physical universe, cosmology, and the music of Tool

 Analysis of the artwork of Alex Grey

 Lachrymology and pseudo-religions

 Esotericism, altered states of consciousness, and music subcultures

New Materialism

New Materialism

 

Essays are invited from scholars in the disciplines of ethnomusicology, music studies, cultural studies, study of religions, art history, philosophy, psychology, and related disciplines. Cross-disciplinary analysis is welcome. Proposals should take the form of an approximately 300-500 word abstract, a provisional title, as well as a short biography (50-100 words).

All proposals must be received via email by June 15, 2015. Please send all proposals and questions to the editor, Dr Jenny Butler at j.butler@ucc.ie and cc. to butler.jennifer@gmail.com

 

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TOOL

TOOL