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www.open-concerts.co.uk/greenwich/

The Category Greenwich is a subset of London (East). Look at that broader Category to find a List of the Titles of all the Organizers, Performers and Venues associated with Greenwich which have so far been described in this Directory. Clicking on a Title will link you to the Entity's Full Record.

 

In contrast, the following Entities do not (currently) have Records in 'Open Concerts and Recitals'. Here, clicking on a Title of interest should link you to a relevant external Website (or Facebook Page):

- Bollywood Brass Band

 

www.blackheathcentreforsinging.com

'Choirs, vocal ensembles and singing lessons – we have groups and classes for all abilities ... We run four choirs to suit everyone from the complete beginner to more advanced singers. Why not join us?'

 

www.blackheathmusicfestival.co.uk

‘The Festival has been held every year since 1988 and is one of more than 300 Festivals held in the UK every year. Some Festivals offer classes in music, speech and drama and dance. “Blackheath Music Festival” has always been a music-only Festival. Our adjudicators are all specialists in their subject - piano, singing and strings - and are nationally recognised musicians.’ Held Mid May.

 

www.gamd.org.uk

‘GAMD provides performing arts ensembles, holiday courses and tours in the Borough of Greenwich ... We run a range of ensembles for wind, brass and percussion players, and singers during term-time and in the holidays. Our range of ensembles/groups are based on age and ability provide a clear pathway for each individual’s progression as their skills and knowledge develop.‘

 

earlymusicshop.com

'Complementing the world's largest exhibition of early musical instruments is an exciting programme of concerts.' Held Mid November.

 

www.plumstead-peculiars.com

Plumstead Peculiar Press was founded in 2014. The Press exists to bring high quality new editions of a number of out of print compositions for the horn.’ Since 2016, the Press has sponsored a regular series of roughly hour-long Sunday afternoon chamber concerts in Plumstead, Greenwich.

 

www.conservatoire.org.uk

‘Blackheath’s Local Independent Arts Centre ... Established in 1881 by William Webster, the Conservatoire is part of the oldest surviving purpose-built cultural complex in London, and a vibrant and much-loved local institution. It was founded to provide art, music and drama education to the community, who purchased bonds to help to finance it, and its values remain those of Creativity, Quality and Community.‘

 

www.elthamchoral.org.uk

‘An amateur, mixed choir of around 90 voices that rehearses and performs in the South East of London ... It admits singers without formal audition, though occasional voice appraisals are held. Bursaries are available for two young singers; currently the age range is from 18 to 70 plus ... Concerts are usually given locally three or four times a year, with orchestra and/or piano or organ accompaniment, with professional soloists for major choral works.’

www.greenwichconcertband.co.uk

‘Formed in 1988 with musicians who originally formed the Greenwich Youth Band, but wanted to extend their repertoire with more advanced music ... Regarded as one of South London’s foremost amateur concert bands attracting experienced and talented musicians from the surrounding areas. Many of Greenwich Concert Band's members are, or have been, professional musicians and tutors with a number coming from the senior military bands ... Our repertoire covers music from “stage and screen” to light classics and traditional pieces and, with a number of “big band” musicians on board, the band excels in performing “40s swing” and popular standards. We perform concerts at a variety of venues throughout the South East which include concert halls, yacht/golf clubs, churches, “marquee” events, bandstands and summer festivals ~ as well as carrying out fundraising activities for charities and other organisations.’

www.thegrovesingers.org.uk

‘Have a wide repertoire of unaccompanied choral pieces, ranging from Elizabethan madrigals to arrangements of popular songs. and sing regularly in National Trust properties in Kent, Queen’s House in Greenwich and many churches. Their annual concert season often includes a weekend away and they have sung all over England.’

 

www.stpaulssinfonia.com

‘Chamber orchestra based in Greenwich, London. Great concerts every month, fantastic audiences, virtuoso players ... what's not to like?’

www.greenwichheritage.org/whats-on/

‘The Charlton House Concerts bring together music lovers and both established and aspiring artists. With the enthusiastic support of Royal Greenwich Heritage Trust and a loyal and generous audience we present a continuing programme of wonderful concerts, inspiring competitions and creative sponsorship ... Charlton House illustrates a little-represented phase in the evolution of the English country house, linking the sprawling style of the Tudor age with the compact geometry associated with Inigo Jones.’

 

www.friendsofgreenwichpark.org.uk

‘Erected in 1891, the same year as the park's only surviving Victorian granite drinking fountain, this Grade II listed structure is located on the south-east side of Great Cross Avenue. The field surrounding it is known as Bandstand Field.’ The Friends of Greenwich Park ‘hold annual Midsummer Jazz Concerts in the Observatory Garden and organise and pay for concerts at the Bandstand on Sunday afternoons in July and August’.

 

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