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Founded 1983: ‘With some six concerts a year we bring high quality choral singing to towns and villages throughout Kent, occasionally elsewhere in the UK and abroad. Drawing on membership of forty or so singers our repertoire ranges from simple miniatures to complex music for two or more choirs. We programme all kinds of sacred music from the 15th to the 21st centuries and often include a diverse mix of secular items. Although much of what we sing is unaccompanied, a large-scale work with orchestra is a regular feature’.

Category Kent
+ Kent Chamber Choir
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‘Based in Swinton, a small village near Malton in North Yorkshire. The band was formed in 1936 by a group of ex-bandsmen living in Swinton who wished to resume their musical activities ... Now numbers about 30 playing members in the main band with a learners band of 20 or so whom we hope will carry on the growth and improvement of the band. Members range in age from Primary School pupils to some in their 70’s and 80’s. While many of our young players leave the band when they leave school and go on to university, many go on to play in other bands all over the country or even overseas.’

Category Malton
+ Swinton and District Excelsior Band
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‘Music plays a central role to life at St George the Martyr.  We host free lunchtime concerts at 1pm every Tuesday and Thursday.  On Tuesdays we host Borough New Music for the best contemporary music, and on Thursday we showcase a variety of up and coming classical performers. We are delighted to host the  St George the Martyr with Kings Music Academy ... Our historic organ is a centrepiece of the church and plays a prominent role in our services ... We are very proud to regularly host the fantastic Water City Music and support the work they do bringing professional music to the community and including local children in their performances.‘

Category Southwark
@ St George the Martyr Southwark
Also indexedKings Music Academy | Water City Music
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‘Apart from the “Concerts at Kings” and “Easter at King's” series, King's hosts a number of concerts, mostly during term time. These concerts include those organised by the King’s College Music Society (KCMS).’ There is also a series of frequent organ recitals, plus of course events around and about Christmas.

@ King’s College Chapel Cambridge
Also indexedKing’s College Music Society
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Formed in 1995 ‘to provide music for a concert in aid of Tor Bank Special School, Dundonald ... but the concert, originally intended to be a one off performance, was a resounding success and a number of requests were received for Festival Brass to perform again. The members, encouraged by the success of this venture, decided to continue for the benefit of those in need. The band has raised funds in excess of £200k for various charities ... Festival Brass now perform on average six times a year’.

Category City of Belfast
+ Festival Brass
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‘A leading chamber choir based in St Albans consisting of experienced and accomplished singers from across Hertfordshire. Historically we worked with a range of conductors and have built up a large repertoire of sacred and secular music of all periods from early to modern ... We are keen to hear from experienced, enthusiastic singers interested in joining us ... The choir sings either a cappella or accompanied – by, for example, organ, chamber orchestra or brass ensemble. There are regular opportunities for members to sing solos ... We normally perform five concerts a year.’

Category St Albans
+ Carillon Chamber Choir
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‘An “inclusive church” ... proud to offer a home to seven arts organisations including the Southbank Sinfonia and SE1 United.’ Wide range of lunchtime and evening concerts and recitals.

Category Lambeth
@ St John’s Waterloo
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‘Our mission is to provide arts and leisure activities to the local community and beyond with the aim of improving the social well-being of the inhabitants of Pershore and surrounding areas. Number 8  offers a vibrant programme of film (with digital projection and 3D), live events (including music, theatre and dance), plus events beamed in via satellite such as ballets, operas and the National Theatre Live seasons.’

Category Evesham
@ Number 8 Community Arts Centre Pershore
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‘A charitable foundation which exists to promote and present an annual series of high-quality concerts in the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames. Through its connections, Thames Concerts is able to bring world-class musicians to the Borough, and also provide an opportunity for local youth orchestras and choirs to perform. The organisation also aims to support musical education via our programme of music and other events.’

* Thames Concerts
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+ Sacconi Quartet
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‘Our vibrant and friendly club has been in existence since 1972 and has been mostly successful, with monthly concerts by top visiting organists watched by a good crowd of enthusiasts. Hammond and jazz organ, traditional theatre style organ, modern orchestral arrangements and good old straight (electronic) piano playing – singing too – all have their place at our meetings ... Like a lot of clubs, we have had a few hard times in the past few years. However in 2010 we moved from the Royal British Legion premises to a lovely new venue at Drayton Village Hall and our numbers have been steadily increasing ever since.’

* Norwich Electronic Organ and Keyboard Club
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‘We are a multi-award winning theatre in Clapham, offering a vibrant artistic programme inspired by the legacy of the old Clapham Library building. Our venue is home to a 90-seat studio theatre, a café/bar and two performance and rehearsal spaces ... We believe that this building should be kept open for the benefit of the public and to deliver our mission of bringing excellent art and creative learning to people from all walks of life, we need your help. We receive absolutely no guaranteed funding or statutory support, and box office proceeds only cover 1/3 of our annual income. In order to keep our ticket prices low, support emerging talent and provide education for young and disadvantaged people, we rely on the generosity of individuals, trusts and foundations and corporate partners. Without your support, this would quite simply be impossible.’

Category Lambeth
@ Omnibus Theatre Clapham
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Grade II* Building, originally opened in 1870: ‘In the 20th century, after the numbers attending church dropped, the building was transformed into a multi- functional space ... The new Lichfield public library with over 100,000 books, audio visuals, is now housed on the ground floor ... St Mary’s is in the heart of Lichfield on the historic market square ... Our Mission Statement to reflect our new vision is: “To make St Mary’s the beating cultural heart of Lichfield’s community, building aspirations and skills through engagement with the City’s vibrant history and the arts”.’

Category Lichfield
@ St Mary’s Lichfield
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With around 40 amateur and semi-professional musicians, the Sleaford Concert Band is going from strength to strength ... The band has an extensive library of music journals and perform pieces from almost every genre including classical, big band, jazz, TV and film and light concert pieces, there's something to suit everyone ... Entry into the Training Band is open to anyone who can get a sound out of a wind instrument, however, entry into the Concert Band will involve an audition with the minimum standard being approximately Grade 4.‘

+ Sleaford Concert Band
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‘We are a mixed voice choir which achieves a high-standard of singing from a non-auditioned choir, normally performing four concerts each year across three terms running from September to July. Our programme varies from stunning major choral works to satisfying chamber music programmes and the occasional light programme of popular numbers! Singers are drawn not only from Fleet and the surrounding area, but also outlying towns including Guildford, Farnborough, Reading and Basingstoke ... Our combined experience and enthusiasm enables us to explore new musical horizons - both in repertoire and venue.‘

Category Farnborough
+ Hart Voices
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‘The BBC Singers hold a unique position in British musical life. The choir’s virtuosity sees it performing everything from Byrd to Birtwistle, Tallis to Takemitsu. Its expertise in contemporary music has brought about creative relationships with some of the most important composers and conductors of the 20th and 21st centuries ... The world-class ensemble is committed to sharing its enthusiasm and creative expertise through a nationwide outreach programme. This includes frequent collaborations with schoolchildren, youth choirs and the amateur choral community, as well as with the professional composers, singers and conductors of tomorrow.‘

Category Westminster
+ BBC Singers
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‘WMTC is a voluntary theatre group producing two high-quality musicals a year at the Pavilion Theatre. We have a diverse range of members of all ages and talents, working together as a team to provide affordable entertainment for the community ...  In order to join Worthing Musical Theatre Company you will be asked to perform a short singing piece in front of some members of the Committee - you may sing this unaccompanied or provide music for our accompanist. Afterwards, you will be contacted via email to let you know if you have been successful or not.‘

+ Worthing Musical Theatre Company
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Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann is the largest group involved in the preservation and promotion of Irish traditional music. We’re a non-profit cultural movement with hundreds of local branches around the world ... We’ve been working for the cause of Irish music since the middle of the last century (1951 to be precise). Our efforts continue with increasing zeal as the movement launches itself into the 21st century ... The Branch is the fundamental and most important unit of our movement, making it possible to propagate and strengthen our native cultural characteristics within local communities. Our members come together to organise sessions, classes, concerts, festivals, exhibitions, fleadhanna cheoil, and other events both for their own enjoyment and that of the community at large.’

~ Comhaltas
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‘Whilst maintaining a high playing standard, the Band is proud of its commitment to young  and developing players and some of its longest serving players originally joined as youngsters. As part of this commitment a Training Band was formed in 1997. To ensure that no-one, through personal financial circumstances, is denied the opportunity to fully participate, the Band provides instruments, uniforms, music etc. for all players from its own funds. The band has no sponsor and receives no direct financial support. All funds are raised by the Band's own efforts as well as a patronage scheme, which entitles patrons to certain benefits.’

Category Sheffield
+ Stannington Brass Band
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Services for Education Music Service is the lead organisation for the Birmingham Music Education Partnership which deploys the central government funding to extend and coordinate music education provision for all reporting to Arts Council England ... Services for Education is a unique charity that uses the power of learning and of music to create and build confidence amongst children, young people, adults and communities. We bring music and learning to life.’

Category Birmingham
* Services for Education Music Service [Birmingham]
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Also indexedBirmingham Music Education Partnership
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‘We have a roster filled with the UKs most inspiring and outstanding bands and entertainers ... The quality of all of our bands and entertainers is assured via stringent vetting before being allocated a place within the agency ... We provide comprehensive profiling of our bands and entertainers, including testimonials, previous experience, audio samples, videos, etc.’

* Warble Entertainment
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Founded 2017: ‘We celebrate the vibrant vocal music both local and national, celebrating the heritage, education, spirituality and variety of repertoire of vocal music ... World famous artists ... Thousands of performers ... World Premieres’. Organized by Durham Music Service’. Held Late January - Early February.

Category Choral Festivals
* Durham Vocal Festival
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Keswick Hall Choir Norwich, founded in 1969, is widely regarded as Norfolk’s leading amateur chamber choir. Currently consisting of around 40 voices, its repertoire extends from the 15th to the 21st centuries. The choir enjoys an excellent reputation, in particular for its performances of Renaissance and contemporary music.

Category Chamber Choirs
+ Keswick Hall Choir
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Nordoff Robbins is the largest independent music therapy charity in the UK, dedicated to changing the lives of vulnerable and isolated people. We support thousands of people through our own centres and by working in over 150 partnerships with a wide range of organisations including care homes, schools and hospitals.  Music therapy is a specialist use of music that aims to facilitate physical and emotional wellbeing, and to promote the development and retention of key communication skills. A wide range of instruments can be used in music therapy, including the voice, and the music created is often improvised. Music therapists support people to develop their own ways of being musical in order to explore their potential and connect with the world around them.’

* Nordoff Robbins
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’School age children are welcome to become members of our AMCs and access the groups, bands and choirs appropriate to their experience and age, together with tuition on their chosen instruments.They also have access to a great social atmosphere away from the pressures of the normal school day.’

* Hastings Area Music Centre
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