Since 1994 TASC has been organising Events & Workshops to encourage the use and enjoyment of Folk Music in Mid Wales and the Borders
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The Year So Far
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF TASC!
image shows a workshop at the Seed weekend in 2006. Tutors included Alistair Anderson, now chair of the English Folk Dance & Song Society, and Karen Tweed who conceived and helped organise the event
Although TASC became a registered charity in 1994, the organisation was actually formed in 1993.
That makes it our 25th anniversary in 2018!
To celebrate this momentous milestone we'd like to see a number of events of different kinds taking place, and we're asking you all to help us make it happen. We'd like it to reflect what we've done over the years and be a mixture of workshops, concerts, dances and sessions.
SUSIE'S MIDSUMMER BASH (done!)
DAY OF STEPDANCE with Lisa Sture, Pam Knight & Louise Williams (done!)
WEAVERS & THEIR WORLD (concert - done!)
EUROPEAN DANCE DAY with Kantref (done!) MELODEON REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE with Rees Wesson (done!)
The following proved difficult to arrange, or at least in the time available.
WINTER HARMONY WORKSHOP with Sue Harris (postponed)
TWELFTH NIGHT (postponed)
TUNE WORKSHOPS with Ceri Rhys Matthews
PERCUSSION WORKSHOP (postponed till 2019)
STORYTELLING with Amy Douglas (postponed till 2019)
AUTUMN CEILIDH with DiEnw and Monty Folk (proved difficult to arrange)
left: Stepdancing workshop photo:Pam Kight right: World of the Weavers photo:Helen Edwards
above left, from our last Day of Dance a couple of years ago: above right, Rees talking about one of his own melodeons.
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Our favourite sessions include the one at The Bull & Heifer in Bettws Cedewain and the Arvon Ales sessions in Llandrindod Wells.
Our Dartmoor Project Taking Steps was undertaken in partnership with Datmoor Folk Festival and was funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.It researched stepdance styles, music, and historical background and was led by Lisa Sture.
Workshops were carried out by Spinningpath Arts. Pictured is Jenny Read with an attentive class of primary school children.