Remote Access Arts Listings & #DailyArtsMedicine

With A4D’s face-to-face arts workshops curtailed, A4D Events listings now show Remote Access events (by default).  
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#DailyArtsMedicine enables you to access exercise, activity and the joy of music and the arts to override isolation and dementia.
[Colour Code: Dance & Movement Drama Music Visual Arts]

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LIVE STREAMING

RYEDALE FESTIVAL “RYSTREAM”, Tamsin Waley-Cohen (violin) and Christopher Glynn (piano) play Elgar tomorrow, Saturday 25 July at 3pm “Chanson de Nuit, Chanson de Matin and Violin Sonata in Eminor.

Luminate@Home, short online films on Tuesdays & Thursdays demonstrate creative activities for you to do at home.

NATIONAL THEATRE AT HOME streams live on Thursdays, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, at 7pm

SHEFFIELD CITY HALL, Tea Dance Music streamed live on Thursdays, 11 am – 3.30 pm

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FOR COGNITIVE STIMULATION

Start the day with this 30 minute exercise: 

Or dance, stretch, whirl, balance and improvise at home led by Marie, for A4D at Siobhan Davies Dance:

NHS ENGLAND SOCIAL PRESCRIBING STUDENT CHAMPION SCHEME  Sign up to Creative Activities here.

 

SADLER’S WELLS, COMPANY OF ELDERS WORKSHOP ‘Contemporary Dance

ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCE Seniors,  Dance Class with Silver Swans 

Pernille’s Ballet Stretch

Seven-minute yoga exercise.

Spontaneous drama exercises to maximise cognitive response!

National Gallery:  ‘Make a rainbow at home’ Try holding a torch, or the light on a phone, up to a glass of water. Shine the light through onto a blank wall or paper. Experiment with different angles and see what shapes you’ve made!

Sir Anthony Gormley #GetCreativeAtHome masterclass

SHERBORNE ARTSLINK – Daily art projects

ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS: Yinka Shonibare RA’s cheeky sculpture. a 60-second infusion of multicultural influences, empire and global inclusivity.  Lucien Freud’s Painting Technique Gauguin in 60 seconds and Watch Picasso make a Masterpiece

Sadler’s Wells Company of Elders Flamenco dance workshop Bharatanatyam dance workshop

Try this outside exercise

Jane Fonda aerobics

Choral warm-up

TATE – Transform your flower pots in the Op Art style of Bridget Riley

FOR VIEWING AND LISTENING PLEASURE

ROYAL OPERA HOUSE, La Boheme, Premiered Friday 3 July

ROYAL BALLET, premiere stream of Kenneth Macmillan’s Romeo & Juliet, starring Yasmine Naghdi and Matthew Ball as Shakespearee’s star-crossed lovers,  here 

ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS Tour Monet’s Garden with Ann Dumas

Victoria & Albert Museum’s
Secrets of the Museum.
 

Clay Live from The Ashmolean Museum of Art & Archaeology, Oxford, presents potters reflected in our contemporary collection, pioneers of mid 20th century studio:  Walter Keeler, Mo Jupp, Sutton Taylor and Geoffrey Swindell

Broadway, “Take me to the World” Stephen Sondheim’s 90th Birthday Concert.

ROYAL OPERA HOUSE, Covent Garden Cosi fan tutte Benjamin Britten, GlorianaChristopher Wheeldon’s ballet adaptation of Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale,

ROYAL OPERA HOUSE, Covent Garden: Gounod’s Faust, Act 2 Dmitri Hvorostovsky sings ‘Avant de quitter ces lieux‘. Erwin Schrott as Mephistopheles sings ‘Le veau d’or est toujours debout!‘ Angela Georgiou as Marguerite sings ‘Ah, je ris de me voir

ROYAL ALBERT HALL, We’ll Meet Again for VE Day, with Katherine Jenkins.

NATIONAL THEATRE, Twelfth Night, 

Anthony & Cleopatra, starring Ralph Fiennes and Sophie Okonedo as the titular lovers.  

METROPOLITAN OPERA, New York, Porgy & Bess

Handelian delight, puppies frolicking by the sea  

Menuhin & Grapelli “Jalousie”

Thanks to Slipped Disc, here are The Three Tenors – do persevere after effusive Italian!

 “Che gelada marina and Is mi chiamano Mimi” sung by Pavarotti

Dvorak’s Cello Concerto, played by Jacqueline Du Pre, with conductor: Daniel Barenboim

Mozart Clarinet Quintet.

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Tips for online Museum programmes for early-stage dementia:

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