Rochester Square

Tortellino Project old

Tortellino Project was Hosted by Nonna Collective in collaboration with On Purpose. They together with Rochester Square organised an evening of cooking and eating together in our Square, bringing back a sense of belonging and community through the most traditional activities, "cooking together".

 During one night people were able to learn how to make tortellini, while drinking wine and meeting other people. This happened around a communal table and people could make their own tortellini with the help of an authentic chef from Romagna (the land of tortellini) and two passionate Italian assistants.

 Products and wine were sourced from small producers in Italy to support the great effort of delivering high quality products, of having sustainable values at heart, and keeping traditions alive!

 On Purpose Festival organise a series of dinners hosted across London. Each dinner invite you to join a conversation about a specific social issue and explore a different way to eat responsibly. From handmade street food to an organic singles night, there’s something for everyone.

Bird Song Ocarina with Milan Tarascas

The ocarina is an ancient wind musical instrument. The first known ocarina-like instrument appeared about 12000 years ago. The ocarina’s origins can be traced back to many different cultures. In South and Central America, the Mayans, Aztecs, and Incas all developed and performed on clay ocarinas which were often shaped like birds or animals. Ocarinas shaped like birds and animals could also be found in India as early as 5000 BC. China had its own form of ocarina called a Xun which was more rounded and egg-like in shape.

 

The 90 min workshop will take participants step by step through the process of making their very own ceramic ocarina. Participants are invited to collect their finished instrument on the 23nd June and be part of Tuning Clay-a festival at Rochester square celebrating the coming together of sound and ceramics.

Sessions

28/04/18     3:00-4:30

29/04/18     3:00-4:30

06/05/18     3:00-4:30

04/06/18     3:00-4:30

Booking essential, specify name, email and session. 15 spaces max.

Free admission

 

 

francesca anfossi