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Mini Gazette – Songs of travels

Contributor: Marie-Virginie Cambriels

We will resume our program around Stevenson and his texts set to music (Travel Songs, Chants du Voyage) on the occasion of the 140th anniversary of his trip with Modestine through the Cevennes. It will be Sunday, September 30 in Florac, at the Temple, at 17h, at the invitation of the Association On The Way Robert Louis Stevenson.

In the program :

     • The Travel Songs (composer R. Vaughan Williams),

     • melodies on poems by Child’s Garden of verses by Reynaldo Hahn,

     • an unpublished musical on the Country of the Camisards, and some other surprises.

With Gareth Leyshon on piano and Marie-Virginie Cambriels on vocals.

Mini Gazette – Pipes to the Point Triumph;

Contributor: Martin White, North Berwick, Lothian

‘Pipes to the Point’ was the première of the story of RLS’ return to North Berwick in 1887, following upon the death of his father in May of that year.

On this occasion, RLS was accompanied by a young piper from the local school, echoing the playing of Alan Breck Stewart in Kidnapped.

RLS reminisces and looks forward to his future triumphs.

A great time was had by a fascinated crowd of onlookers both near and far (we are talking bagpipes!). The filming of the event will hopefully be turned into a thing of beauty and of much wider value.

https://www.mrrls.com/single-post/2018/09/04/Pipes-to-the-Point-Triumph

Mini Gazette – Fans set to follow where RLS and his donkey led

Contributor: Ian Logan, Highlands, Janet Darne, Cévennes

To mark the 140th anniversary of RLS journey in the Cévennes, A Donkey Caravan leaves Le Monastier on September 22nd and arrives at St Jean du Gard on October 6th. Celebrations and events are planned at all stages.

There will be at least two Scottish men in kilts!


https://www.scotsman.com/news/fans-set-to-follow-where-author-rls-and-his-donkey-led-1-4800564

Let’s meet in the Fontainebleau Forest in November 2016

The 2016 annual meeting of the European Stevenson Network took place in the Fontainebleau Region (France) from 24 to 27 November 2016.

In the program:

  • AGM of the European Network
  • First scientific conference of the Network with Lynda Dryden and Jean-Pierre Naugrette,
  • Visits and hikes in the Footsteps of RL Stevenson in the Fontainebleau Forest,
  • Music with François Eberlé and the RAVEN group.

You can download here the full programme of the event!

If you have questions, please contact us: reseau.europeen.stevenson@gmail.com

Let’s discover the last news of the Stevenson Network!

Click here to download our last newsletter!

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Meeting of the Board of Directors in the Northern Canals territory!

The members of the board of directors of the European Stevenson Network gathered the 1st of March at the Tourist Office of Deux Vallées at Chiry-Ourscamp (Oise, France) on the Northern Canals’ Stevenson territory!

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#RLS Day

Robert Louis Stevenson was born on 13th November 1850.

Each year, on the Stevenson territories, lots of festivities are organised to celebrate this RLS Day!

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From 20 to 22 November 2015 will take place the next annual meeting of the network in Bristol!

Click here to discover the programme of the meeting!

Declaration of the French Federation of the European Cultural Routes

The European Stevenson Network is part of the French Federation of the European Cultural Routes.

On 10 September 2015, the members of the Federation signed a declaration with the aim of reaffirming their shared values and their will to continue their actions in the context of opening Europe for wars’ refugees.

Click here to download the declaration.

Public introduction of the Network on Friday 7 November, 2:00 pm

The members of the Network gather for the 20th anniversary of the Association Sur le chemin de R.L. Stevenson.

A public presentation of the Network is organised:

Friday 7 November from 2:00 to 6:00 pm

Salle des Fêtes de Florac (48400, France)

You are welcome!

 

 

 

 

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