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glebesingers.org

Successful choir formed in 1999: ‘Currently has around 30 members. The aims of those involved with the choir are for all members to enjoy their singing and to increase awareness of choral music to all members of the community. Since it was formed, Glebe Singers have sung in many local churches and venues in Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire and have also been involved with local and national initiatives designed to raise the profile of choral music ...The choir usually performs three concerts a year and features a wide range of music from sacred works to songs from the shows, spirituals and folk music’.

www.haffnerorchestra.org

‘The Haffner Orchestra is Lancaster’s symphony orchestra, comprising amateur players and local professionals drawn from across the North West. Audience members frequently tell us they are amazed and delighted by the wonderful music ... The orchestra gives three regular concerts a year in Lancaster. These take place in November, February and June, and there is always a pre-concert talk, free of charge. We play a broad range of music from the baroque and classical periods to romantic and contemporary works including new commissions.’

www.fhcs.org.uk

‘An amateur choir based in West London. FHCS was formed in 1951 and has grown into an ambitious 100-strong choir. Membership is open to anyone with or without choral experience ... The Choir performs three concerts each year, performing a variety of styles and in a range of venues in the local area often joined by professional orchestras and soloists. We also support local communities by singing at a variety of events and raising funds for charities.’

www.kingfisherchorale.org

‘Founded in 1992 ... midlands-based ...  this accomplished chamber choir of around 25 singers continues to provide outstanding concerts drawn from the widest repertoire. Kingfisher Chorale receives critical acclaim for its performances which are always in high demand.  With insightful programming, the choir has a reputation for providing enlightening, stimulating and inspiring concerts, from serious historical retrospectives to its popular lighter programmes. It has given a number of world premieres.’

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www.msband.co.uk

Successful competitive band ‘based in Michelmersh & Timsbury just north of the market town of Romsey, Hampshire. MSB are a very active Band performing at many Concerts and other functions in the Romsey locality, and competing in Regional and National Competitions ... The Band rehearse in their own freehold premises in Timsbury ... and guest players are always welcome to drop in to have a blow or listen’.

www.tuesdaysingers.org

‘Formed in September 1984 and grew rapidly from an initial 10 members to its current size of 30 to 40, drawn from across the York and Selby areas ... Our repertoire has grown over the years to include a wide variety of popular and light classical music (we have over 300 items in our library) as well as solo pieces and readings. Most of the music the choir perform is arranged for first and second Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass parts, and there are also solo and smaller group pieces performed by choir members ... We are always keen to welcome new members to what is a friendly, social group.’

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sites.google.com/site/northeastgospel/home

‘An unauditioned, adult community choir of men and ladies from 18 years. We sing a capella in up to five parts. We sing mainly - but not exclusively - gospel style music.’ Based in Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

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www.jazzfestivalbude.co.uk

‘Putting a swing in the step of the town each year, this lively four day event features a great bill of both local and national jazz musicians ... Various styles of jazz feature, but traditional and New Orleans styles are especially popular. Enjoy the best live jazz in Cornwall!’ Held Late August.

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www.peterboroughchoral.org.uk

‘Peterborough had, for many years, a thriving Philharmonic Chorus. This ceased to function in late 1990 leaving this rapidly expanding city without any society dedicated to singing works from the great choral tradition ... Peterborough Choral Society was founded in 1991 to maintain the ... tradition in and around Peterborough ... We aim to have two “classical” concerts a year, with professional soloists and whenever possible a professional orchestra. Where works require larger forces we occasionally combine with other local choirs ... Our summer concert is usually a more light-hearted affair – in recent years we have joined with other groups from Peterborough to present a mixed programme of "lighter" music. We also have a Christmas concert each year, often joining forces with a local school in one of the surrounding villages. We are about 80 strong ... and always welcome new singers who want to enjoy singing major works to the highest standard.’

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www.nottinghillorchestra.com

‘A unique organisation, founded by Rossi Dusheva and Ivelina Dusheva-Martial in 2014. That year the orchestra performed its first local concert in Notting Hill to great enthusiasm from our audiences ... Our Orchestra focuses on music from film and television, and on occasion also performs other genres, such as jazz studio orchestra arrangements ... Membership is subject to audition, however it is quite informal. There is a range of musical abilities within the orchestra, and playing standards tend to be roughly Grade 7 and 8 ... The NHO Film Music School offers tuition in all instruments and vocals--piano, violin, guitar, cello, flute, clarinet, and more!‘

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oxfordharmonicchoir.org

‘Founded in 1921, is one of Oxford’s leading choirs. We currently have around 140 members but are always on the look-out for new singers. Each year we perform three concerts in Oxford ... covering a diverse range of choral music ... We warmly welcome new members to our friendly and lively choir. As well as preparing and performing three major concerts a year, we enjoy choral training sessions ... to help us develop our singing skills. There are plenty of opportunities to get to know fellow singers in rehearsal breaks and at choir social events.’

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www.machwindband.co.uk

Founded 1998: ‘It has gradually increased in size and in expertise and now has about 25 regular members. It has received grants from Powys County Council, The Arts Council and The National Lottery for the purchase of instruments, some of which are available for use by band members and others which are out with children in the local community who are learning to play. It is a member of TyCerdd, an organisation supporting music in Wales ... Nestling in the Dyfi valley, Machynlleth is the ancient capital of Wales and was the site of Owain Glyndwr’s Welsh Parliament in 1404’.

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grangemoorbrassband.co.uk

‘A Yorkshire based non-contesting brass band ... The Band, founded in 1854, has a proud heritage of both contesting and entertaining. However, we currently do not participate in contests yet still play a varied concert programme throughout the year.’

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cottinghamfolkfestival.co.uk

’Cottingham is located midway between the city of Hull (UK City of Culture 2017) and the historic market town of Beverley, and is reputed to be the largest village in England. The ancient settlement hosts several events during the year, such as Cottingham Springboard Festival, Cottingham Day, and now ... Cottingham Folk Festival.’ Held August Bank Holiday weekend.

Category:Folk Festivals
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www.thewessexfestival.co.uk

‘A four day Summer Festival of music, poetry and art events ... in venues in Wimborne Minster and Lytchett Minster, bringing together choral singers, instrumentalists, young musicians and professional performers.’ Held Early August.

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winchestersymphonyorchestra.org.uk

‘Started as a Hampshire County Council evening class in 1951 ... During the troubled times of the early 1970's, the Orchestra, by now a thriving concern, was destined to be axed by Hampshire County Council as an evening class, due to the electricity cuts. The members were reluctant to give in so easily, so when Winchester College offered us the Music School facilities to rehearse in, they were gratefully accepted. These events precipitated the move to complete independence from the County Council, and the orchestra became a registered charity in 1984.‘ In recent years, the Orchestra has organized a Winchester Young Soloist Competition ‘open to all young people of school age in the Winchester area’.

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swgmc.com

Award winning chorus ‘formed in February 2008 and has grown very quickly to a 40 + strong choir singing everything from early music to rock, including show-tunes, the odd novelty item and, of course, traditional music from Wales, the land of song! ... We foster an open-door policy for new members of all ability, but suggest you try and get in touch prior to get an idea of what we're all about. We work hard and play hard and are supported by a talented musical team’.

Category:LGBT Choirs
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hillssingers.com

‘An SATB chamber choir with up to 24 members based in Malvern, Worcestershire. Our membership, which includes those who come from much further afield, all share an enjoyment of a wide range of music from the Renaissance to the 21st century, both serious and light. The choir gives five or six concerts every year. As well as promoting our own events, the choir regularly teams up with fine venues ... and organisations ... This well established choir is enthusiastic to explore new events, new venues and new partners.’

Category:Chamber Choirs
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www.poole-light-orchestra.org.uk

‘An amateur orchestra which meets weekly to play a mixture of classical and light music. The orchestra currently numbers about forty players. We play in a relaxed environment essentially for our own enjoyment, working towards at least one public concert each term.‘

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thamesvalesingers.org.uk

Founded 1958: ‘Based in Purley on Thames, near Reading, and are a friendly, fun-loving group which sings a wide range of music ... The Choir’s repertoire includes part songs, spirituals, madrigals, popular music and the sacred and classical - almost anything in fact! ... We believe that the social nature of the choir, the wide repertoire and the accent on enjoyment gives the Thames Valle Singers its unique character. We are very much a community choir and support local churches and other organisations’.

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phoenixchoircrawley.org

‘A friendly, welcoming choir ... Our members are just ordinary people from a wide range of backgrounds, of varying ages, shapes and sizes, who share a common love of music. Some are very experienced, and some are fairly new to choral singing. Not all members can read music – it is not essential but it is very useful to know at least the basics ... Anyone who is interested in joining us is welcome to come and ‘try us out’ for free for four rehearsals, before deciding whether to apply to become a member.‘

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rodingplayers.co.uk

‘Formed in 1991 by two local schoolteachers (Paul Servis and Tim Litchfield) who spotted a gap in the community for amateur musicians of differing levels of ability ... The idea was that there would be no daunting entrance auditions, with membership being open to anyone who can play a musical instrument, read music to a reasonable level and is willing to learn. Over time, the Orchestra has remained true to this founding principle and has provided people of all ages with somewhere to develop their skills and make the most of the talent they have ... The Orchestra is a happy blend where stronger players mix with others of lesser ability, where everyone helps each other and no-one is made to feel inadequate or out of their depth.’

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www.salisburybaroque.org.uk

‘Salisbury’s only period instrument ensemble. It was formed to enable local players (and some colleagues from further afield) to share their passion for late 17th and 18th century music through concerts and workshops. Using copies of instruments of the period and authentic playing style, the group is able to bring to its audience a sense of intimacy and style difficult to achieve with larger forces and modern, heavier instruments.’

Category:Early Music
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www.choralsociety.com

‘One of the leading amateur choirs in Hertfordshire, singing to a high standard in beautiful concert venues around the city and surrounding area. With about 100 members, we perform up to five concerts a year, including one in St Albans Abbey, with superb professional soloists and the critically acclaimed Orchestra Nova, our regular performance partner ... The Choral Society gave its first performance in December 1944 and has sung a substantial part of the choral repertoire during its long history ... We are also well known for our contemporary repertoire ... Entry into the choir is by a voice test.’

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www.justsingcc.org.uk

Founded 2010: ‘We are a community choir currently based in Stevenage and have a membership of over 60. We are non-auditioned and are a friendly bunch! Come and join in! ... Before you know it you'll quickly learn all types of songs, from classical to pop classics, from folk to rock and roll via musicals. What's more, you'll learn all about breathing and vocal technique’.

Category:Stevenage
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www.great-yarmouth.co.uk/whats-on/gorleston-bandstand.aspx

‘What could be more relaxing than spending a summer Sunday afternoon by a beautiful beach listening to the sounds of some of our region's finest musicians? Gorleston Bandstand is the delightful venue for a series of musical performances taking place on most Sunday afternoons from 2-4pm from June to August. The programme is varied so there's something to suit all tastes and it's completely free to attend, so grab yourself a chair or sit on the lawns and enjoy some refreshments while you savour the music.’

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www.grobysings.org

‘We are a community choir with around 300 members in all. You will be welcomed, whatever your singing experience and ability ... To date we have staged two concerts each year, singing a variety of songs from the shows and classic favourites. Practices are scheduled in the months leading up to each performance and traditionally we have a break in the middle of each practice to get to know each other, have a drink and eat cake!’ Comprises an Adult Choir rehearsing either in the afternoon or the evening; and a Youth and Children’s Choir.

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helstonchamberchoir.org

‘We are a mixed-voice choir, singing a wide variety of mainly classical repertoire from all eras, and in different languages. We do not hold auditions, and welcome new potential members to come and try us out for a few weeks before committing to join us. We provide rehearsal files (CDs and/or mp3 files) at a small cost for those who find them helpful for learning new repertoire. Our year consists of two terms each about 18 weeks long, culminating in twice yearly concerts usually in Jan/Feb, and June/July.’

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spye.co.uk

‘Has been established since 1979 as a charity organised by a committee consisting of members’ parents. The aim is to provide string players from Grade 1 to beyond Grade 8 (ABRSM) standard the opportunity to rehearse and perform varied styles of music under the direction of professional string tutors. We strive to provide an educational and enjoyable environment as well as encouraging the social aspect of being a young musician. The two orchestras meet on a Saturday, almost every three weeks ... There are three concerts a year offering the opportunity to perform repertoire in front of an appreciative and friendly audience.’ Based in Benton, North Tyneside.

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festivalchorus.co.uk

Formed 1975: ‘A choral society of over 100 voices based between Clapham Common and Wandsworth Common, London SW11/12. It performs three times a year, employs professional orchestras and soloists, and is one of the most established and accomplished amateur choruses in South London. It is truly open to all, no matter what your ability or experience may be. There are no auditions, but you are expected to practise at home and attend rehearsals regularly’.

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www.rfs.royal-windsor.com

‘Formed in 1973, by Benedict Gunner, from a small group of parents of pupils of the Royal Free Boys School in Windsor. With a current membership of around 150 singers, it is now a thriving and enterprising choral society  ... We do not audition potential new members. Our view is that if someone enjoys singing and wants to sing with others of like mind, then a warm welcome awaits them at the RFS. We have many strong singers who encourage those with less confidence. We are all learning ... The choir has performed a diverse repertoire of primarily classical, sacred music, including occasionally some classical jazz, light opera and popular songs. Because we are a large choir, we are able to take on major pieces of music.‘

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sites.google.com/site/dorkingphilharmonia/

Founded 1999: ‘A group of musicians who make up a fun, friendly and talented orchestra playing a wide variety of music in the Surrey Hills ... A fast growing orchestra, but it maintains the friendly atmosphere amongst its members that was the intention of the founder, Chris Hammond, as well as aiming for high standards of musical performance. We are very committed to providing educational opportunities via links with local schools, including having local schoolchildren perform in our concerts’.

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www.collegiumsingers.org.uk

‘A chamber choir based in Somerset. We have developed a reputation for excellent performances of interesting programmes which challenge singers, players and audiences alike. Our vocal repertoire spans from the eleventh century to the present day, including several first modern performances of Baroque works, as well as projects involving collaborations with musicians from recognised professional period ensembles.’

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www.stoke-poges-singers.org.uk

‘We are an adult mixed voice choir and welcome all singers whatever your experience or ability. We do not audition and there is always the opportunity for solo parts. Our motto is “Singing for Pleasure” ... We perform on average four times a year, raising money for locally based charities. All the money from our ticket sales is passed on. The choir has a varied repertoire from the classical to shows and pop music. Not only do we perform at concerts, we also sing at special events too.’

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swon.org.uk

‘We are a group of friendly, enthusiastic musicians based in East Finchley. All new members are welcome – please drop us an email ... or pop along to a rehearsal!’ Typically give three concerts per annum, but also ‘aside from performing regularly in North London, we enjoy taking our music further afield’.

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www.saxtetpublications.com

‘Established in 1990, and specialises in quality new sheet music for the saxophone, clarinet, flute and oboe ... Your work must be for: * Solo saxophone(s)/clarinet/flute/oboe (including studies, duets, trios, solo instrument & piano, concertos, solo instrument and string quartet, or other works featuring the sax/clarinet/flute/oboe, e.g. soprano sax and harp, flute and organ); * Saxophone/clarinet/flute/oboe ensemble (e.g. sax quartet, sax quintet, sax choir, flute choir, clarinet quartet, etc).’

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gmmusichub.co.uk/stockport

‘Inspiring the musicians of tomorrow ... The Music Service provides opportunities for instrumental tuition both in schools and at the Music Centre ... Our Music Centre bands perform throughout the year at various venues and events in the Stockport area ... Anyone having lessons should play or sing in an ensemble as this helps to promote instrumental and ensemble skills alongside general musicianship, thereby making their musical journey far more enjoyable ... This is a fantastic way to make friends and have fun while improving your playing or singing.’

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sites.google.com/view/shrewsbury-choral-society/

‘We meet weekly to rehearse and give 4 concerts each year. If you would like to join us ... you will be made very welcome ... You don't need to audition - all that's needed is a desire to sing ... Unlike many choirs, which tend to stay within their "comfort zone" and stick to the standard choral repertoire, we draw inspiration from a wide variety of styles ... This doesn't mean that we ignore the "old favourites" - our repertoire also includes the Mozart Requiem alongside many other classics.’

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oxfordchoir.org

‘We are an auditioning chamber choir of about 35 keen amateur singers, performing modern and traditional choral music to a high standard ... Our repertoire is eclectic, featuring both modern and traditional choral music combined innovatively in thematic programmes. We give four concerts a year, three of them in Oxford in some of the city's most beautiful venues.’

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www.maidstonewindsymphony.org

‘Award-winning wind orchestra ... one of the United Kingdom's leading wind ensembles renowned for its passion and innovation ... We welcome applications from players of approximately grade 8 standard. We are also keen to encourage emerging talent of a lesser playing standard where possible ... MWS performs between five and six concerts each season. We understand that our members have lives outside of music and it is not essential to play in every concert. Players are simply asked to commit themselves fully on a concert-by-concert basis to the rehearsals and performance.‘

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www.stchadscathedral.org.uk/cathedral/music/

‘St Chad’s was the first Catholic cathedral erected in England since the Reformation. It became the Cathedral formally in 1850 when Pope Pius IX restored the Catholic hierarchy of England and Wales ... St Chad’s Cathedral Choir dates from 1841, when the Cathedral was opened ... In 2000, a re-organisation resulted in the establishment of a professional adult choir to sing at the principal services in the cathedral ... Since its installation, the organ has won plaudits from organists all over the world and is considered to be one the finest in the country.’ The Cathedral is regularly used for concerts and recitals - including a series of monthly lunchtime organ recitals.

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roathcommunitychorus.org.uk

‘We sing a variety of music: classical, popular and folk in Welsh and English ... The Chorus welcomes all comers who are keen to sing and open to a variety of music. There is no audition required ... Our regular concerts, performed in December and June, have included guest appearances by local musicians trained by Cardiff University and the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama ... Our membership is currently 60 – this is great but we could always do with more members. We do sing in voice sections, and always encourage members to try different sections to see what suits them best.’

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www.harlestonchoralsoc.org.uk

Founded 2000: ‘We’re a friendly community choir and we welcome everyone, and although it’s an advantage to be able to read music, it’s not essential. There are no auditions, music is provided free, and whenever possible we provide practice CDs for each voice part ... Choir practices do involve hard work! But the emphasis is on enjoyment, and effective breathing. Regular attendance is important, as is practising at home in between the weekly practices. We usually perform two concerts a year: a Christmas Concert, and a Summer Concert’.

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scarboroughspa.sivtickets.com

‘Where else could you go to recline in a deck-chair, listen to world-class performances of music and look out across a sandy beach and to the sea? In the evening sit in the fabulous Grand Hall and, during the interval, meet members of the orchestra as you enjoy a drink and relax to the sound of the waves on the shore ... The Spa Orchestra was created in 1912 by Alick Maclean. This first ensemble of 35 professional musicians gave daily concerts in the Grand Hall and Suncourt. Concert programmes included music from the classical repertoire, Viennese waltzes, operettas, and popular songs of the day. This unique musical tradition has been continued by Musical Directors since Maclean including Max Jaffa between 1960 and 1986.‘

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montonvoices.com

‘An Eccles, Monton based choir. We are available to sing at weddings, charity events or any other occasion ... New members are always welcome – No auditions required; just enthusiasm and commitment to weekly rehearsals. If you enjoy singing and would like to join please come along to a rehearsal or contact the secretary.’

Category:Salford
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www.nottinghamhospitalschoir.co.uk

‘Our choir is open to all, you DO NOT need any connection to the Hospitals or NHS ... If you are thinking about joining a choir, don't put it off! We are a friendly group and whether you're looking to join your first choir or you haven't sung for a long time don't worry - Nottingham Hospitals Choir encompasses a wide range of talents, abilities and experience ... The choir actively contributes to the community not just through its music but also by contributing proceeds from concerts to local and national charities; primarily those which provide support and care for families and children suffering from cancer and who provide various forms of direct health care. The Choir has so far raised over £200,000 for good causes.‘

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www.sinfonia.org.uk

‘One of the leading chamber orchestras in the West Midlands and, having been based at the CBSO Centre, performs around the region, as well as accompanying local choral societies ... Its close relationship with CBSO players, who regularly perform concertos, has given a strong base from which the Sinfonia of Birmingham has developed a style of its own ... Many players are music graduates wishing to gain experience before continuing their musical careers.  Others have chosen to follow different careers and keep music as a leisure activity. Players are selected from all age groups for their good standard of musicianship with good social compatibility and enjoyment - hence giving lively and exciting performances.‘

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www.esterhazychoir.org

‘Based in Lewes, East Sussex, the choir comprises around thirty four experienced singers who aim to perform at the highest possible standard.’

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www.hurncourtopera.org

‘HCO artists are young singers usually in the later stages of study at music conservatoires or recently launched in their careers ... Inaugurating in 2018, the Hurn Court Opera Singing Competition provides an important platform for young vocal talent. It also provides a key to future performance opportunities with HCO, and offers the chance to develop over a period of time under the supporting wing of the professionals associated with the company.‘

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www.tauntonchoralsociety.org.uk

‘The largest and oldest choir in Taunton with a membership of around eighty singers, coming from all walks of life and with a range of musical abilities. Our aim is to provide audiences in Taunton and its environs with access to high quality choral music which is both local and affordable.  Our season starts in September and we usually perform concerts in autumn, spring and summer, offering a mixture of sacred and secular works in a range of musical styles and periods.‘

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www.huddersfieldsingers.com

‘Huddersfield's leading chamber choir, originally founded in 1875 as the Huddersfield Glee & Madrigal Society ... The change of name was due largely to the Huddersfield Singers’ interest in performing a diverse and adventurous repertoire. Today, the choir likes to perform anything from early music to the work of contemporary composers. Although Huddersfield Singers concerts always have a coherent theme, the repertoire spans everything from plainsong to Pärt and madrigals to Maxwell Davies.‘

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www.dulwichsymphonyorchestra.org.uk

Founded 1950. Typically three concerts per annum: winter, spring and summer.

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www.hso.org.uk

‘We are a friendly amateur orchestra based in Harrow. The orchestra performs three concerts a year, usually November, March and July, and always welcomes new players. There are no formal auditions so if you're interested in playing then get in touch, come along and see what we're like.’

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www.salisburymusicalsociety.org.uk

‘An amateur, mixed choir of about 140 voices. We perform the major classical works in public concerts that are normally given in Salisbury Cathedral three times a year, accompanied by a full orchestra ... SMS is a first-rate amateur choir, so you must have an audition to join and re-audition every five years. For your audition, you will be asked to bring a prepared piece and maybe sing a passage from the work we are currently rehearsing and a short unprepared piece. The conductor will judge the quality of your voice and whether you are able to sight read. (Being able to sight read is useful but not essential.) The conductor may also ask you to sing a few scales and pick out notes from a chord. You will be told of the outcome within a day.‘

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www.outtheremusicbristol.co.uk

Founded 2008: ‘The philosophy of Out There Music Bristol is all about getting people “out there” and using music as a positive force in their lives. OTM Bristol is inclusive and aims to break down the barriers surrounding access to music whilst always striving to achieve the highest standards possible ... At the heart of OTM Bristol are two large and lively community choirs that are open to absolutely everyone!‘

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www.lwcu.co.uk

‘Founded in 1900 when the Welsh National Eisteddfod was held in the city. A choir of 400 voices was formed and after such a successful event, the singers remained together forming the Liverpool Welsh Choral Union ... The choir currently numbers some 115 members. About one third of its membership is still of Welsh origin, but the choir has also attracted singers from all areas of Liverpool and Merseyside ... Performances regularly take place at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall. In addition, the choir is committed to taking its special brand of music into the community of Merseyside, and working in partnership with many organisations, bringing quality choral singing to local people.’

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www.leicestershirechorale.org.uk

‘A chamber choir of about 40 voices which performs regularly with orchestras in Leicestershire and beyond ... Main concerts are usually performed in Leicester but recitals, including some lighter music, are given throughout the county in country houses and village churches. Leicestershire Chorale has been acclaimed by music critics as one of the region's leading amateur choirs. It performs a wide range of choral music by composers from the 15th to the 21st centuries. Outreach projects include workshops for members of the public and special choral events for school students.’

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www.crowthorneorchestra.com

‘An exciting place to play, with a seasonal programme of interesting – if challenging! – concerts and workshops. The orchestra is gaining an excellent reputation locally for both players and audience ... Originally formed as Crowthorne Orchestra in 1991 by a group of players who’d met at an evening class at South Hill Park Arts Centre, the orchestra has developed into a full Symphony Orchestra ... The Orchestra has about 55 regular playing members who make music for enjoyment’s sake, and we are proud of our friendly and welcoming reputation. Rehearsals are of course taken seriously and the music we play now requires approximately Grade 8 standard for strings, and Grade 8 + for wind players.‘

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www.oxfordsymphonyorchestra.org

‘The city's principal non-professional large orchestra. We perform three concerts a year and have a growing following with local audiences. Our concerts are programmed to appeal to players and audiences alike. They feature ambitious, interesting and attractive works, providing opportunities to experience larger-scale orchestral masterpieces, some of which are otherwise rarely, if ever, heard in Oxford ... Permanent membership of the orchestra involves four or five concert commitments a year ... with eight weekly rehearsals for each of the main concerts and a couple of rehearsals for engagements. Personal private practice is essential.’

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www.swaveseycommunitychoir.co.uk

‘We are a friendly, small choir with community spirit who perform our own concerts and contribute to local events throughout the year. Our members come from a wide area in South Cambridgeshire, including the villages of Swavesey, Over, Willingham, Fenstanton, Fen Drayton and Hilton, and the towns of St Ives and Huntingdon. If you have always enjoyed singing then come and join us. We are here to have fun whilst we sing together! ... New members will find a warm welcome and a supportive environment.  There are no auditions, nor is it necessary to read music.’

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www.kcomusic.org

‘The KCO was formed in 1986, as a chamber orchestra responding to the need for the performance of classical music in Kingston upon Thames and the wider district, and a near professional standard of orchestra to attract serious instrumentalists who wish to perform on a regular basis ... Since its formation the KCO has played a wide range of orchestral music, from baroque and classical, through the Romantic era, to contemporary music from the last century. We aim for a balance between the familiar and the new, and have a long tradition of first performances of music by local composers, often of astonishing inventiveness and musicality ... The Kingston Chamber Orchestra has been the Associate Orchestra of Kingston University since 2013. Rehearsal time is given to perform compositions of members of the music faculty. Members of the University play with the orchestra.‘

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www.nccb.co.uk

‘We are a Concert Band based in Norwich and consist of a committed group of Woodwind, Brass and Percussion players. We play a wide range of music at various venues in and around Norfolk throughout the year ... Founded in 1997, from a four-member ensemble ...  we now have a band that comprises over 36 active members whose enthusiasm and dedication has resulted in the band performing concerts to a very high standard and rewarding the community with great music! ... Unlike many concert bands across the UK NCCB is self-financing and we have, over the years, been able to give back to our local charities by raising in excess of £14,000 for many good causes.’

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www.ceciliaconsort.org.uk

‘An auditioned chamber choir of some 40 local singing enthusiasts ... All members of the choir have a strong enough musical background that each is able to work on music on their own before the start of rehearsals ... The choir’s first concert as The Cecilia Consort was a performance of Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas and Vivaldi’s Gloria at St Mary’s Church, Speen in July 1990. Ever since then the Consort, which sings primarily a capella or with organ accompaniment, has performed two or three concerts each year, covering a repertoire of sacred and secular music from across a broad historical span that is not typically tackled by choral societies.‘

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www.shreenharmony.co.uk

‘A community choir based in Mere, Wiltshire ... Shreen Harmony perform throughout the local area at different events, ranging from church fetes, family pubs to more established organised gatherings ... Shreen Harmony sing a variety of musical genres, from traditional Christmas Carols through to African and Soul music, fun being at the heart of it all. There is a wonderfully informal attitude in Shreen Harmony, and people are encouraged to join: there is no audition.’

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www.islingtonchoralsociety.co.uk

Founded 1973: ‘A friendly non-auditioned community choir ... who enjoy the challenge of exploring our rich choral heritage in a fun, relaxed and supportive environment ... We usually perform concerts three times a year at a range of venues including St John’s, Smith Square and Holy Trinity Church, Sloane Square. In some years we may also perform a Christmas carol concert ... We are normally able to accept new members singing any voice, of any age and from any background, including people who are thinking about taking up singing again after not singing for a while. There’s no audition to go through, and you’re welcome to try out a rehearsal or two before committing yourself’.

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www.wtsingers.org.uk

’We are a mixed voice choir based in Telford, Shropshire.  The choir has been through many name and repertoire changes but we can trace our history back to October 1963 - when a singing group known as the Wrekin Choral Society was formed ... The choir's repertoire includes arrangements of contemporary music, songs from popular musicals, and traditional music ... The choir holds a number of public performances and social events throughout the year.‘

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www.lincolnukuleleband.co.uk

‘Tuesdays are oriented towards complete beginners - up to improver level and you’ll get help and on – the – spot guidance from more experienced players with time to help you. We can lend you a ukulele each and get you started even if you have never played any musical instrument or sung before. You do not need to be able to read music at all for these sessions. Thursdays are for improvers & intermediates and are great fun but the pace is a little more brisk and geared towards rehearsing arrangements and the original aim of the band – which is to bring live music performances to the community ... We do not use any pre-recorded backing tracks, voice modulators or any other electrickery / karaoke – type stuff, we are 100% live and unplugged proper traditional style musicians. Only the bass is amplified.’

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www.josef-weinberger.com

’Josef Weinberger founded his publishing business in Vienna in 1885. Through an association with Johann Strauss II, he began licensing performances of Strauss' operettas. Licensing stage works has been a vital part of our work ever since ... We have expanded into several other musical genres over the years: contemporary classical, light orchestral, educational, brass and military band, and religious.’

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www.myms.org.uk

Formed 1974: ‘MYMS has at the present time almost 200 members who play in a percussion ensemble, a string ensemble, a string orchestra, a symphony orchestra and 3 wind orchestras. The members come from about 20 different schools in the Maidstone and Mid Kent area in the south east of England ... MYMS is almost exclusively funded by (a) membership fees and (b) donations at our concerts’.

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www.romseysingers.org

Formed 1968: ‘A chamber choir of almost 40 mixed voices based in Romsey, Hampshire ... We sing sacred and secular music, both unaccompanied and with instrumentalists ... We have at least three concerts a year. Christmas and Easter concerts take place in the wonderful setting of Romsey Abbey, where the 12th century building offers a unique atmosphere and a fine acoustic for our wide-ranging programmes of sacred music’.

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www.cantarchoir.org.uk

Founded 2015: ‘An exciting non-auditioning choir with a passion for a broad variety of choral music from around the globe ... Cantar’s aim, in addition to providing a wonderful singing experience for members in a friendly and welcoming environment, is to perform at a range of community, charity, arts and music events, to bring interesting and diverse choral singing to communities both locally and further afield’.

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www.stourchoralsociety.co.uk

‘We are a friendly, mixed-voice choir (SATB) who enjoy performing works from a large and varied choral repertoire including Handel's Messiah, Mozart's Mass in C minor, Mendelssohn's Elijah, Rutter's Magnificat, as well as lighter classical pieces. We usually give three concerts a year, within Manningtree and the surrounding area bordering Essex and Suffolk ... No auditions are required and we are happy to help with queries about vocal range and parts. Sight-reading ability would be helpful but this is not absolutely essential.‘

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www.bristolbach.org.uk

‘One of the South West’s finest choral groups. Since its formation in 1966 the choir has gained a reputation for its dynamic, expressive singing and its vibrant performances. Its repertoire ranges from early Baroque music to 21st century compositions by James MacMillan, Arvo Pärt, Knut Nystedt, Cecilia McDowell and Will Todd. This versatility, and the choir’s size, mean that larger choral works and more intimate chamber choir pieces are performed with equal success ... We are always keen to accept singers who can pass an audition and demonstrate good sight-reading ability. Auditions are held by appointment, and applicants need to bring two copies of a piece to sing.‘

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www.nlsinfonia.org

‘A long-established, intrepid and friendly amateur orchestra based in North Finchley, North London. We are open to musicians of all ages (no audition required) ... We give the opportunity to play to anyone who has enthusiasm and commitment! The orchestra currently includes active and retired professionals, accomplished amateurs, people returning to their instrument after a break and even people who originally began learning their instrument as an adut ...  if you feel that you can read and play well enough to contribute to the orchestra, please sit in on a rehearsal and see how it works out. All we ask is that players make a commitment to come to the weekly rehearsals, and to practise when they can ... We generally play more adventurous repertoire than a typical community orchestra and each concert includes a concerto with a (generally young) professional soloist.‘

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www.wokingso.org.uk

‘One of Surrey’s leading orchestras. For over a century the WSO has offered music lovers in Woking and beyond the opportunity to enjoy live performances of great orchestral music right on the doorstep ... The WSO has long supported the musical development of young people. We perform three evening concerts a year and often feature promising young instrumentalists as concerto soloists ... We also stage an afternoon family concert each January. These are enthusiastically received, especially as the children stay afterwards to have a go on the various instruments – percussion being particularly popular.’

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www.merseyharmony.co.uk

Mersey Harmony is the stage name of the Liverpool Ladies Barbershop Singers, which formed in 1976 by a few ladies who felt their husbands were having too much fun singing with the local men's group! The chorus now attracts singers of all ages, from all walks of life, with a common love of singing, in particular, the barbershop style of unaccompanied close four part harmony ... As an award winning chorus, our repertoire is wide ranging and eclectic, spanning the decades and musical genres, with, quite simply, something for everyone. We perform regularly at  functions and events throughout Merseyside and the North West and compete annually at events and festivals around the country.‘

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lfrconcertband.co.uk

‘This band was formed during 2009 by the integration of the well established “Lincolnshire Concert Band” with Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue ... Many Fire and Rescue units are associated with band music, and in particular parts of the country the association would be with brass or silver bands. Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue for many years was indeed associated with a brass band, until that band ceased to exist – and the concept of the well established Lincolnshire Concert Band becoming associated with Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue was born. The band recognises that it is now the public representation of Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue, and although band members are volunteers from all walks of life, they wear the uniform – which is provided by Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue – with a great deal of pride.’

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www.seall.co.uk/feis-an-eilein-skye-festival/

‘Taking place in venues mostly in the Sleat peninsula at the southern end of  the Island, the Skye Festival or ‘Fèis an Eilein’ is a celebration of island culture and performing arts with a strong focus on Scottish traditional music, all spiced up with Jazz, Theatre, and lots, lots more. Organised by SEALL, the festival hosts around 30 top quality events in music and innovative theatre, with a community-led fringe programme of house concerts, charity cafés, environmental days, food and drink, art exhibitions and ceilidhs.’ Held July - August.

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www.thehedinghamsingers.com

‘First started out as the Hedingham Choral Society in 1984. In 1995 our name changed to the Hedingham Singers as it was more appropriate to the sort of music we perform ... Our repertoire includes songs from the shows, light classical music, popular songs, sacred pieces and jazzy numbers ... Anyone can join ... Whatever your music ability, you are welcome ... There is no formal audition.’

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wantagechoralsociety.wordpress.com

‘A mixed voice choir of around 70 singers, drawn from Wantage and surronding towns and villages. We normally perform three large-scale concerts a year. The Autumn and Easter concerts usually feature substantial choral works, often in Wantage’s beautiful parish church; the December concert may or may not be traditional Christmas fare:  in some recent years we have co-promoted with Wantage Church of England Primary School. The summer concert usually involves what some music enthusiasts regard as “lighter” repertoire (although we are not prepared to let our musical standards slip). As well as performing as a distinct ensemble, we have often cooperated with other local choral and orchestral groups to perform some of the works for which we simply do not have the voice-power to perform on our own.’

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fulhamcamerata.com

Fulham Camerata aspires to be a distinctive amateur choir. We are a chamber choir. With relatively few voices to each part, everyone can hear themselves, hear those alongside them, and feel part of a genuinely collaborative enterprise. Fulham Camerata does not ask would-be members to audition; rather, we welcome and support new members. Over the years, we have found that “self-selection” works – and people feel confident enough to stretch themselves ... Our repertoire has included classical and contemporary, sacred and secular music and we sing with orchestras, piano and organ, and a cappella — however the spirit moves us!’

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duodecimo.org.uk

‘Based in Manchester, performing all over North West England, and beyond ... A versatile choir able to provide a full concert of music ranging from the 15th Century to the present day, from the serious and sacred to light and upbeat, and from the sublime to the (occasionally) ridiculous. We are particularly well suited to small or medium sized churches, to National Trust or similar properties, and to local arts venues. Many of the people for whom we perform are involved in raising funds for a local charity. Whilst we do need to charge a fee (or share the takings) to cover our running costs, these are not excessive. Even an audience of only 50 – 75 should enable a reasonable sum to be raised for a charitable cause.’

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www.southtyneside.gov.uk/article/36429/Music

‘South Tyneside Council recognises the importance of providing children and young people with access to high quality, affordable musical opportunities. In South Tyneside, we encourage maximum participation in music making activities. We try to reach as many children and young people as possible, nurturing talent through excellence in teaching and learning and offering opportunities for ensemble / orchestral performances.‘

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www.iwso.info

Formed 1983: ‘Over the years the Orchestra has given well over 100 subscription concerts, mostly at its Medina Theatre home as well as other venues across the Island and in nearby Portsmouth ... The Orchestra has won many plaudits for its imaginative and at times challenging programming delivered to consistently high performance standards and has been delighted to welcome as soloists many top class artistes ... Within the orchestra there are other smaller groups who often play around the Island. These include a string quartet and wind group ... All monies raised by these groups is put back into the Orchestra’s funds’.

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www.brightonorpheus.org

‘Founded on January 26, 1942 ... Join us and sing great music! You don’t have to be a perfect sight reader of music, though you will need some ability to read vocal music. A good ear and the ability to feel the music’s harmony is an advantage. A short and friendly audition will help our conductor to see how your voice will blend in ... The choir numbers around 80-100 members. Each year several concerts of high quality, with professional soloists and orchestra, are put on.’

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royalfreemusicsociety.org.uk

‘A friendly, non-auditioned choir based at the Royal Free Hospital in North London. The choir was founded in 1995 by hospital staff but now includes many members of the local community. We have approximately 45 members and come together regularly to enjoy high-quality music-making ... We are an inclusive choir and aim to ensure that our activities are accessible to all ... We put on three or four concerts a year, often accompanied by our sister orchestra, the Hampstead Sinfonietta.’

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www.gloucestershiresymphony.org.uk

‘Founded in 1901 by Cathedral organist Sir Herbert Brewer ... The GSO provides a platform for local composers and soloists, with a particular emphasis on encouraging young musicians and audiences. The orchestra plays classical music from all eras, including modern works and first performances ... The GSO has performed concerts in Cheltenham, Cirencester, Gloucester, Stroud and Tewkesbury.‘ The Orchestra organize the annual Gloucestershire Young Musician Competition.

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www.halsteadchoral.co.uk

‘A friendly, non-audition North Essex Choir ... We sing a variety of music and perform 4 concerts a year ... New members are always welcome to come and give us a try. We will give you a warm welcome and hope that after a few weeks of trying us out you will want to join.‘

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lichfieldgospelchoir.co.uk

‘Singing together since April 2009, Lichfield Gospel Choir now has more than 90 members ... We're a joyful community gospel choir singing everything from traditional Zulu songs to modern American gospel ... Whether religious or not, we all find the gospel music fun and uplifting. It warms our hearts and nourishes our souls, as well as providing us with lots of enjoyment and laughter. Plus it’s the perfect stress antidote!‘

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www.leedswaits.org.uk/waits.htm

’Re-creating the original Borough Waits of Leeds who existed from 1530 to 1835, especially but not exclusively the first century and a half of their existence ... The Waits perform for the Lord Mayor and Corporation, also at stately homes and heritage events around the region, and for organisations such as English Heritage and The National Trust ... They play authentic music on authentic instruments, always performing in appropriate historical dress, and are, as in the old days, available for hire for public and private events.’

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www.kingalfredconcertband.co.uk

‘A well-established concert band based in Somerset ... founded in 1981 ... The King Alfred Concert Band is always proud to show off the stylistic and musical talents of its members. It hosts a wide range and variety of music, from classical overtures to popular songs and well-known classics. The band plays at least two formal concerts every year, one at Christmas and another in the spring. They also play at many local events, fundraisers, fetes, and for local organisations ... New members to the band are always welcome.’

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www.penshurstchoralsociety.co.uk

‘Formed in 1963 by the Rector and Doctor of the village who considered that regular singing might help to empty the Doctor’s surgery and encourage members to sing in church! ... From originally having a few members and rehearsing in Penshurst Church, the Society has grown to about 60 members ... The Society performs a wide range of music, including items from the standard choral repertoire, with occasionally more modern and demanding works. Concerts, usually two each year, also regularly feature an orchestral item with occasionally a concerto. The Choral Society also performs an annual Carols by Candlelight and enjoys singing at the local Christmas Farmers Market at Penshurst Place!’

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www.salisburychamberchorus.org

‘The 36-strong Salisbury Chamber Chorus, formed in 2011, is an ensemble with a difference. Spanning the operatic and choral repertoires, its hallmark is a committed, full-bodied sound that brings a varied programme of music excitingly to life. Our concerts - at least three per year - take place in Salisbury and further afield, some by invitation ... If you’re interested in joining us, we’re often on the look-out for confident singers with at least a good basic technique, and at least competent sight-reading and general theory knowledge.’

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www.edinburghsingers.org.uk

‘Since 1952, The Edinburgh Singers have been at the forefront of the city's musical heritage as one of its leading amateur choirs ... We typically perform four concerts a year (autumn, Christmas, spring and summer), with occasional extras, such as Concert Tours abroad, Carol Singing for charity, and performing on Songs of Praise and other TV and Radio programmes ... Newcomers are always welcome to audition ... We are always on the look out for enthusiastic and talented singers.’

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bridgewatersingers.org

‘Based in Stockton Heath in Warrington ... We began life as a small madrigal group of eight voices, formed to provide quality music for the 800th anniversary celebrations of St Wilfrid’s, Grappenhall. Since those beginnings, when the eight founding members were active in the church’s life, we have gradually expanded to eighteen voices and no longer have any formal link to Grappenhall church. Our raison d’etre therefore changed: accordingly we have broadened our repertoire to include traditional English songs, a capella and songs from the shows whilst retaining our love of performing sacred music from the medieval period right up to the present.’

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www.derventiochoir.org.uk

Founded 1992: ‘The choir aims to provide a sociable and friendly environment for members who enjoy singing together with a view to giving varied and enjoyable concerts on a regular basis ... The choice of music is varied, ranging from shows, traditional folk songs, spirituals and sacred music’.

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www.harrogatevocalis.org.uk

‘Popular and sociable chamber choir made up of 30 members ... singing a wide range of music both sacred and secular dating from the 1500s to the 21th century. We perform 4 concerts a year of which at least one is dedicated to raising money for a nominated charity. We perform concerts in a wide range of settings and are equally at home performing at weddings and other events as requested ... The choir was formed in 1974 under the name of Harrogate Chamber Singers and gained a reputation for choral excellence which has continued to the present day.’

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www.hillsingers.co.uk

The Hill Singers work with young professional soloists and perform three public concerts a year ... We are a well-established chamber choir ... part of the vibrant musical life of Merton ... Interest in choral music has increased dramatically in the last few years and the choices available for singers and are very wide ranging. Our choir is, currently, around 30 voices strong, ranging from people relatively new to choral singing to some very experienced choral singers. There has never been a better time to join a choir, so come and see how we work. You will receive a warm welcome.’

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concertorchestra.com

‘The first full amateur symphony orchestra in Southampton ... founded in 1964 ... The orchestra plays a wide range of music from light to serious to classical, and has given debut performances of works such as Concerto for Orchestra (Judith Bailey), Variations (Geoff Badley - an oboist with the orchestra) and many works by the composer Adrian Connell ... Our members are a truly cosmopolitan group of young and old people drawn from all walks of life: clerks, teachers, academics, doctors, engineers and craftsmen to name but a few.’

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innervoices.co.uk

‘A youth chamber choir based in London. Set up in 2011 as a collaboration between Ralph Allwood, ex-Director of Music at Eton College, and Ed Watkins, Director of Music at the West London Free School. The aim of the choir is to bring together great singers from a group of state schools in London with the best choral direction from the private sector to create a choir that tackles challenging music to a first class standard ... WLFS is the first of the government’s new free schools and is a specialist music school where music teaching is rated Outstanding by Ofsted.‘

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