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'Our Club has been providing monthly concerts for more than thirty years, featuring professional artistes from the U.K. and some from Europe.'

* Plymouth Broadway Organ & Keyboard Club
VISITS (to Website)21
VIEWS (of this Record)13

‘Aims are to advance the education of the general public in the history, theory and performance of Indian Classical Music and Dance in general, and the Sitar in particular.’


~ Sitar Music Society
VISITS (to Website)172
VIEWS (of this Record)211

‘Dedicated to producing recordings of the huge amount of top-notch classical music that the concert halls and major record companies are ignoring. We make a point of seeking out interesting composers from less familiar musical cultures and from all periods, in the Nordic and Baltic countries, in central and eastern Europe, Russia and further afield ... Toccata Classics, Toccata Press and Toccata Next are three sides of a triangle, all exploring unfamiliar aspects of classical music, Toccata Classics and Toccata Next via recordings, and Toccata Press via publishing, of books about music. The triangle will soon change shape with the launch of Toccata Music, which will publish music itself.‘


Category Music Publishers
~ Toccata Music Group
VISITS (to Website)165
VIEWS (of this Record)210

‘Meets Sunday nights ... in Southport at 8-00pm and has regular nationally famous guests alternating with singers nights when it is your chance to “have a go” if you want.’


Category Folk Clubs
* Bothy Folk Club
VISITS (to Website)174
VIEWS (of this Record)186

‘Situated in East Yorkshire but with players from all over the East Riding of Yorkshire and beyond ... We are always looking for additional experienced players ... The Band play at many events around the area, including indoor and outdoor concerts, events and shows. We are available for engagements at any location in the East Riding and surrounding area.’


+ East Riding of Yorkshire Band
VISITS (to Website)167
VIEWS (of this Record)177

‘A friendly chamber choir based in Lewes. We perform to a high standard and our members are a mix of experienced singers and those who are new to choral singing and enjoy a challenge ... During the concert season Pro Musica usually gives three performances. Our aim is to create a friendly sociable choral environment and to perform a varied repertoire of works in a wide variety of musical styles.’


Category Chamber Choirs
+ Pro Musica [Lewes]
VISITS (to Website)175
VIEWS (of this Record)194

'A mixed chorus of some 80 singers based in south-east London ... Members are expected to be able to read music but need not  be expert sight- readers.  There are no formal auditions but the Music Director gives new members an informal vocal assessment, and is always willing to offer advice on matters of vocal technique ... There are three main concerts each year. Professionals take the principal solo parts but there are often opportunities for members to sing smaller solos.'


Category Choral Societies
+ Blackheath Choir
VISITS (to Website)162
VIEWS (of this Record)189

'The Pleasure Folk is an established Amateur Dramatics and Musical Society that has been running in the small town of Ormskirk since 1971. We welcome members of all ages to help us put on up to three productions every year. Our annual Pantomime usually takes place during the winter months of November and December, while our Musical productions take place during April.'


+ Ormskirk Pleasure Folk
VISITS (to Website)148
VIEWS (of this Record)187

'Music for All @ SMSG promotes access to a wide range of music performed by a broad range of talent, with an emphasis on performance opportunities for young, developing and local musicians ...  Now that our Willis Pipe Organ is fully restored we offer regular organ recitals ... Our annual Pipe Organ Festival features organ solo and duet recitals.'


@ St Mary and St Giles Stony Stratford
VISITS (to Website)143
Also indexedMusic for All @ SMSG
VIEWS (of this Record)178

'We offer children and young people opportunities to play and perform together in our music groups – orchestras, wind bands, jazz groups, choirs and other ensembles, at our out-of-school hours music centres ... We provide instruments – from bassoons to xylophones, through our instrument hire service to anyone in the County (not just pupils).'


+ Gloucestershire County Music Groups
VISITS (to Website)132
VIEWS (of this Record)191

'We are a non-auditioned, mixed, four-part choir of around 40 members and are based for rehearsals in the village of Howey on the outskirts of Llandrindod Wells. Members are drawn from Llandrindod Wells and the surrounding areas. Our reportoire is wide but whilst some, but far from all, of the works we perform were originally written as church music we are not a religious organisation - we just love great music.'


Category Community Choirs
+ Cantorion - Llandrindod
VISITS (to Website)159
VIEWS (of this Record)182

'We are a choir of 24 voices, drawing our singers from across West Sussex ...  We welcome new singers with blending voices who are good readers. We rehearse in Arundel on five or six Tuesday evenings before each concert.'


Category Chamber Choirs
+ Chantry Quire
VISITS (to Website)172
VIEWS (of this Record)167

'Music Support exists because of the experiences of our founders and trustees. Our founders are veterans of the music industry and are all in recovery themselves, from various mental health and addiction issues. They all suffered alone with their problems, and saw countless colleagues, friends and heroes lose their careers, families and even their lives to poor mental health and/or addiction. They decided that enough was enough: a personal and confidential support service provider that understood the specific needs and problems of the music industry was necessary.'


* Music Support
VISITS (to Website)264
VIEWS (of this Record)178

'A UK-based early music ensemble dedicated to the performance of early music written by and for women ... We bring together internationally-acclaimed musicians and ground-breaking research to perform this fascinating and continually emerging repertoire. Our programmes illustrate the many faces of women musicians in the 16th and 17th centuries: courtiers, courtesans, actresses and cloistered nuns. There is always an element of story-telling, theatre, and surprise, in our performances, for the women who first made our music had lives as compelling as the music itself.'


Category Early Music
+ Musica Secreta
VISITS (to Website)152
VIEWS (of this Record)166

'Founded in or around 1080 as the London headquarters of the archbishops of Canterbury, the medieval church of St Mary-le-Bow survived three devastating collapses before being completely destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666. Rebuilt by Sir Christopher Wren, it was destroyed once more in 1941 but was again rebuilt and re-consecrated in 1964 ... For many hundreds of years the bells of St Mary-le-Bow have proclaimed the church’s presence in the heart of the City of London and they continue to do so today.' Distinctive programme of concerts and recitals.


Category City of London
@ St Mary-le-Bow Cheapside
VISITS (to Website)131
VIEWS (of this Record)188

‘Geared towards musicians who are at least grade 4 standard and is composed of musicians of all ages and backgrounds including school students, business professionals and local music teachers ... The Band has developed a diverse repertoire to appeal to all age groups and has a reputation for a high standard of performance. The music is light - mainly themes from films and shows with the occasional popular classic and military march. The group is the first high quality ensemble to be based in Whittlesey allowing local musicians the chance to pursue their musical interest close to home. The group performs around four concerts each year.’


+ Whittlesey Concert Band
VISITS (to Website)165
VIEWS (of this Record)161

‘A guest night only club on selected Friday nights, roughly every three weeks. We welcome everyone to the club, whether you are a folk music fan, or just looking for a great night out with the best in live musical entertainment.‘


Category Folk Clubs
* Wessex Acoustic Folk Club
VISITS (to Website)140
VIEWS (of this Record)192

‘A chamber choir based in the Yorkshire Dales. From its modest start in 2007 when a group of people sang unaccompanied choral works around the kitchen table, the choir has developed into an established group of twenty members. Based in Long Preston, but drawing on singers from the surrounding area, we give at least two concerts each year in the Craven area of the Yorkshire Dales ... Anyone wishing to audition for the choir should be able to demonstrate an ability to sing in tune and to blend well with other voices as well as good sight reading and listening skills. Experience of singing in a small group is a further useful asset. Auditions can take place at any time of the year.‘


Category Chamber Choirs
+ Cantores Salicium
VISITS (to Website)171
VIEWS (of this Record)233

‘SWEC is a friendly, non-auditioned SATB choir of 100+ singers, performing at least three concerts a year with orchestra and soloists ... We practise in a friendly and supportive atmosphere and aim to develop individual musicianship, as well as present public performances to the highest achievable standards.‘


Category Choral Societies
+ South West Essex Choir
VISITS (to Website)128
VIEWS (of this Record)164

‘We emphasise the fun and enjoyment of making music and so do not require minimum grade levels or auditions for new members. As a consequence we welcome new players of all ages and abilities who would like to join us to make music ... At the moment we have nearly 50 regular members and our rehearsal hall is almost full when we all attend. We try to maintain a good balance of sound across the orchestra and so we are currently operating a waiting list for most sections. If, however, you are interested in joining us then please do contact us, whatever instrument you play, as it may only be a short time before we have a space.’


Category Lincoln
+ Lincoln Concert Orchestra
VISITS (to Website)122
VIEWS (of this Record)171

‘We love to work with diverse, interesting and fun people from all backgrounds who love to make music. We get a real kick from supporting every person we work with in helping them achieve their own particular singing ambition, whether as a professional or as an amateur. With our drive to create extremely high quality, fun, and entertaining concerts, we give each person we work with the opportunity to explore, stretch & develop, and challenge existing and new skills in the achievement of their own musical and creative potential. In return, we ask each person to give us their best, stretch their creativity and imagination, treat one another with respect, and have an enormous sense of fun!’


Category Community Choirs
+ Witt Morgan Chorus
VISITS (to Website)151
VIEWS (of this Record)172

‘Covering all things early keyboard, including but not limited to harpsichord, fortepiano, organ, clavichord, Dulcitone, Tangentenfluegel, fortepiano, pedal board, square pianos and more! Issued twice a year, roughly in November and May.‘


Category Music Magazines
~ Harpsichord & Fortepiano
VISITS (to Website)145
VIEWS (of this Record)172

‘We're a friendly bunch, and we always welcome new members ... Normally a technique approaching Grade 8 standard is expected, but equally important is experience of, and ability in, ensemble playing. There is an informal audition process for all wind and brass. String players are not normally asked to audition but to attend two taster rehearsals, after which the player may be invited to join ... We play a wide range of music. Typically we will open a concert with an overture, followed by a concerto, often with a guest soloist, then play a symphony in the 2nd half ... Our "season" consists of concerts in Autumn, Spring and Summer.‘


+ Kingston Philharmonia
VISITS (to Website)146
VIEWS (of this Record)157

‘Formed in 1995 by music students at the University of York to perform concerts and services in York Minster, much of their inspiration coming from the thriving early music and singing scene prevalent in York. When performing works requiring instrumental accompaniments, the choir draws on high-calibre early-music specialists. Now well-established in the North of England as a versatile chamber group, the choir sings its regular concert series in York Minster to capacity audiences ... The Ebor Singers are proud to be an associate choir of York Minster.‘


Category Chamber Choirs
+ Ebor Singers
VISITS (to Website)173
VIEWS (of this Record)160

‘We offer instrumental, vocal, performing arts and music theory groups for adults and young people.’


+ Oxfordshire Music Groups
VISITS (to Website)162
VIEWS (of this Record)153

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