A-Z of CATEGORIES

Area: Derbyshire

www.artsderbyshire.org.uk

‘The strategic arts organisation for the county; members include arts organisations, local authorities and public bodies with a remit for the arts ... There are more than 100 member organisations, including everyone involved in the development of the professional arts in Derbyshire.’

Visits to the Website37
Views of Full Record90

ashbournefestival.org

'Takes place every June and July ... Its rural location and Georgian buildings make it the perfect location for this small and eclectic festival. However, the festival is not just about this heritage, it aims to bring the best possible classical and contemporary arts to the town ...'

Category:Arts Festivals
Visits to the Website72
Views of Full Record103

www.organfax.co.uk/clubs/belper/

'Many people have the idea that organ music is all about being in church. Ok we are in a church building, which is used on a daily basis for numerous activities. The Address is The Congregational Church but when you experience one of our concerts you are transported away to a relaxed atmosphere of popular music created individually by our visiting artistes ...'

Visits to the Website22
Views of Full Record75

www.belperartsfestival.org

'Literature, art, theatre, film, photography, dance and music at venues throughout Belper in Derbyshire. It is a festival of inclusivity, not exclusivity.' Held In May.

Category:Arts Festivals
Visits to the Website40
Views of Full Record92

www.buxtonfestival.co.uk

'A happy marriage of opera, music and books.' Held During July.

Category:Arts Festivals
Visits to the Website60
Views of Full Record98

buxtonmsdfestival.co.uk/wordpress/

‘We are a Festival celebrating amateur music and drama performing, with opportunities for children, young people and adults to perform in both a competitive and non-competitive supportive environment and benefit from feedback.’ Held Mid May.

Visits to the Website32
Views of Full Record110

www.chesterfieldfolkclub.org/index.php

Monthly folk, acoustic, blues & contemporary concerts.

Category:Folk Clubs
Visits to the Website43
Views of Full Record77

www.darkpeakmusic.co.uk

'Welcomes young musicians from Glossop, New Mills, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Hayfield and the surrounding areas. The Trust provides opportunities for players from beginner to advanced levels to play together in a structured family of ensembles. With over 150 members, the emphasis is on high standards of achievement in an enjoyable and friendly atmosphere, giving young players the best opportunities to develop their interest in music and the friendships that are born out of playing together.'

Visits to the Website24
Views of Full Record52

www.derbychambermusic.org

'Our working definition of "chamber music" is music from the 17th century onwards played by a combination of conductorless instrumentalists ranging from solo recitalist to up to 13 players, each following their own solo parts. Our commonest line-ups tend to be solo piano, piano/instrumental duos, trios and quartets, with string quartets being a consistently popular grouping.'

Visits to the Website27
Views of Full Record34

www.derbyfolkfestival.co.uk

'The Festival is co-produced by Derby LIVE and PR Promotions and used to take place throughout every bit of space that the Assembly Rooms had to offer. With that venue out of action, we had to move outside, putting the main concerts into The City Marquee on the Market Place. Other concerts will be happening in Derby LIVE’s Guildhall Theatre, The Old Bell Hotel on Sadler Gate and Derby Cathedral. Added into that will be Folk Club events, a full fringe music programme (with free concerts for everyone including non-ticket holders), sessions, dance displays, workshops, craft stalls and a great atmosphere throughout the weekend.' Held Early October.

Category:Derby
Visits to the Website42
Views of Full Record61

www.derbymusicclub.org.uk

'Derby Music Club is different – perhaps unique! We provide an opportunity for members and their guests to perform to each other, to enjoy evenings of high quality music making which are full of variety and interest and to enjoy the company of friends. Listeners and performers are equally welcome.'

Visits to the Website33
Views of Full Record46

derbyshiremusichub.org.uk

'The two overriding aims of the Derbyshire Music Education Hub are to broaden and increase the opportunities for music-making for all children and young people in the city and county, regardless of their background or personal circumstances; and to raise the standards of music provision to the highest levels possible.'

Visits to the Website24
Views of Full Record47

www.glossoplabourclub.org.uk

'One of the oldest Socialist/Labour Clubs in the country. It was founded in 1906 by the ILP two years before the existence of the national Labour Party in Glossop.' Regular folk sessions on several nights each week plus special events from time to time.

Category:Folk Clubs
Visits to the Website36
Also indexedGlossop Folk Club
Views of Full Record117

glossoprecordclub.wordpress.com

'Think of Glossop Record Club as the musical equivalent of a book group or a film society – coming together once a month to listen to albums on vinyl and in full on a decent hi-fi, in a relaxed environment as free from distraction as possible.'

Visits to the Website34
Views of Full Record70

www.hayfieldconcertsociety.co.uk

‘Formed in 2001. The objectives of the society are to hold concerts and recitals of classical and jazz music (and sometimes a combination of them both).‘

Visits to the Website13
Views of Full Record22

www.matlockmusic.org.uk

Eight evening concerts, September - May.

Visits to the Website20
Views of Full Record39

www.musicatduffield.com

Typically six evening recitals, September - May.

Visits to the Website20
Views of Full Record69

peakmusicsociety.btck.co.uk

'A flourishing music society based at the Cavendish Hall on the Chatsworth Estate. Its members enjoy a series of high quality chamber concerts throughout the autumn and spring each year. Tickets may be available on the door for some concerts ...'

Visits to the Website37
Views of Full Record87

www.thefrms.co.uk/affprogs/ripley.htm

'The aim of the Group is to promote interest in and appreciation of classical music through the recording medium. A cordial invitation is extended to all who are interested.'

Visits to the Website32
Views of Full Record88

www.southderbyshiremusic.org

'We provide opportunities for players of all orchestral and band instruments, and for singers, to make music together in a friendly, purposeful atmosphere. The Centre has a team of qualified music teachers, most of whom are accredited to the Derby & Derbyshire Music Partnership.’

Visits to the Website41
Views of Full Record42

sedmc.co.uk

'Welcomes young musicians at every ability level to perform in high-quality music making opportunities. Our ensembles show progression from the first experience of playing alongside others in an after-school satellite club to a tiered system of wind bands, orchestras and choirs taking place on a Saturday morning. These are interspersed with smaller chamber groups and our most individual “Guitar Fusion”. We pride ourselves on being a very friendly Music Centre, giving high-quality ensemble tuition, nurturing musical potential and enabling students to develop greater self-belief, creativity, knowledge and understanding.'

Visits to the Website32
Views of Full Record66

wirksworth-music-centre.org

'A social and educational organisation for children from reception to year 13. It is staffed by professionally qualified musicians and teachers ... Although based in Wirksworth, the music centre attracts students from Matlock, Ashbourne, Crich and many local villages.'

Visits to the Website29
Views of Full Record63

www.achoird-taste.co.uk

'We are a mixed choir of approximately seventy members, two thirds female, one third male. We are very friendly and welcoming. Our repertoire is eclectic. It ranges from Abba to Opera, Handel to Leonard Cohen. Our inaugural concert in Spring 2010 sold out to a local audience. We have subsequently performed many times during the Melbourne Arts Festival and we also have regular concerts throughout the year. Our Christmas concerts include an opportunity for the audience to "join in".' Alert Website not accessible at Review; cf Facebook Public Group Page.

Visits to the Website39
Views of Full Record56

www.alfretonmvc.co.uk

'One of Derbyshire’s leading male voice choirs, with around 35 voices. It was founded 1903 ... The choir is constantly updating its repertoire and is available for hire for concerts and events and enjoys a lively and often busy calendar.'

Visits to the Website40
Views of Full Record55

www.altonhandbellringers.org.uk

'The group is based in the village of Alton, Staffordshire, with members coming from the surrounding villages and towns. We ring on 3½ octaves of handbells and handchimes and give regular tune ringing performances at a variety of local venues.'

Visits to the Website26
Views of Full Record63

www.arnfieldbrass.co.uk

'The Band formed in 2001, starting from scratch. We worked hard to raise funds from jobs to start to purchase uniforms, stands, banners and music. When the band formed our aims were to entertain and have fun! We did this by playing a wide range of music - from old to new. We even introduced a few singers to the band! This has set us apart from traditional brass banding ... the Band have continued to grow and develop. We have become a well established community band playing at Broadbottom Rememberance Day parade, local carnivals and fundraising events, as well as concerts and the occasional contest.'

Visits to the Website21
Views of Full Record30

www.ashbournesingers.org.uk

'The Ashbourne Singers is a community choir that exists for the benefit of members of the public with an interest in singing and who wish to do so in a friendly group. It is open to all over the age of 18 years ... The Young Ashbourne Singers choir is for children aged from 8 up to 18 years ... YAS has been running since 2008 under the umbrella and support of the adult choir. We perform regularly giving recitals and concerts in aid of charities.'

Visits to the Website53
Views of Full Record80

www.ashbournetownband.co.uk

'We are always on the lookout for additional experienced and semi experienced players to join our friendly non-contesting band ... We also welcome players who are visiting the area to come and have a "blow" with us ... The band plays at many different functions including indoor/outdoor concerts, church services, parades, shows, garden parties, weddings and more.'

Visits to the Website24
Views of Full Record47

ashoverband.com

'We are a non-competing band and encourage a relaxed, but professional, approach to our music making. The Band performs for a range of public and private events across Derbyshire throughout the year. We are always delighted to take on new engagements.'

Visits to the Website24
Views of Full Record26

badcc99.wixsite.com/badcc

Launched in 2016: ‘ This is an opportunity for people to come along and enjoy the well known benefits of singing ... There is no commitment to attend each and every session, it's pay as you go ... New members are always welcome. We sing for the fun of singing and no auditions required.‘

Visits to the Website25
Views of Full Record68

www.bakewellchoral.org

'Friendly, mixed choir of around 80 members ... The choir performs four public concerts each year, including the popular Christmas Words & Music concert in December. Other concerts are a blend of sacred and secular choral music, covering a wide repertoire from classical to contemporary works including commissioned works for the Society.'

Visits to the Website40
Views of Full Record73

www.bakewellband.co.uk

'Has been in existence ... since 1907 and it now enjoys the position of being Derbyshire's premier brass band. It has its roots in the community and combines the all important job of providing music for community and religious events in the town as well as hosting a number of its own concerts around the area. The band also enjoys contesting ... The band is self funding and is willing to take on musical engagements of all types ... Players on holiday in the Peak District are very welcome to attend rehearsals either to listen or play and with a little notice the band can loan out most instruments for visitors to use.'

Visits to the Website16
Views of Full Record30

www.baslowchoir.co.uk

Established in 1971 and currently has over 60 members. In addition to performing at least three concerts a year, the choir presents additional concerts in support of charitable events in Derbyshire and South Yorkshire. The Choir sings a wide range of music, from serious choral works to more light-hearted offerings. Baslow Choir also specialises in exploring the lesser-known parts of the choral repertoire.'

Visits to the Website37
Views of Full Record87

www.belcantomalechorus.org.uk

‘Male Voice Chorus based in the lovely Amber Valley - The Heart of Derbyshire in the UK - which aims to introduce you to a new génre of male voice singing. BelCanto intends to make male voice singing an interesting, enjoyable and stimulating experience for those new to group singing and a new challenge to those already familiar with male voice singing ...’

Visits to the Website16
Views of Full Record23

belpermusicaltheatre.blogspot.com

'Amateur theatre company which performs musicals and concerts in Belper ... Most of our main productions are performed at Belper School in their Theatre Hall which had a massive facelift back in 2011. We are also delighted to be able to perform smaller concerts throughout the year at other venues, as a form of fundraising. We perform two main productions each year. These are our main show in February and a Concert later in the year ... Belper Musical Theatre was founded in 1975 by local residents who were keen on Amateur Theatre, but who did not want to have to travel to Derby to fulfil their ambitions.'

Visits to the Website22
Views of Full Record54

belpersingers.webs.com

‘An experienced chamber choir of about twenty-five voices ... Our current repertoire includes both sacred and secular works, mostly sung unaccompanied or with organ, but occasionally with a small orchestral ensemble.’

Category:Chamber Choirs
Visits to the Website26
Views of Full Record121

www.burbageband.co.uk

Founded 1861: ‘We were formed as a village band, with the patronage of the Church and Duke of Devonshire, to teach music without charge, provide an educational and constructive pastime, develop community spirit and entertain. The band has earned an enviable repuation and has taught many hundreds to play. Today, Burbage Band continues to promote and represent Burbage and Buxton both locally and abroad at a whole host of differing concerts, functions and celebrations, providing music in a wide variety of styles, and has active members from every generation.’

Visits to the Website38
Views of Full Record95

buxtonmusicalsociety.org.uk

'Chorus and Orchestra ... Founded in 1944, the Buxton Musical Society draws on the rich cultural life of the Buxton area to form a group of singers and players who regularly perform orchestral and choral works ... The Society performs five or six concerts per year.'

Visits to the Website36
Views of Full Record87

www.chesterfieldmalevoicechoir.co.uk

'Formed in October 1922 following a meeting at Chesterfield Market Hall, CMVC started with a few members but within 6 months the membership had risen to over 60 ... Over the years the choir has taken part in numerous music festivals and competitions. It has also sung at several massed choir events at places like Cardiff Arms Park, (on YouTube – type in "male voice choir Jacob’s Ladder"), at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall in aid of The Royal British Legion and, in 2015, at London’s Royal Albert Hall in aid of Cancer Research UK.'

Visits to the Website16
Views of Full Record41

chestphilchoir.org.uk

‘We are an innovative and exciting choral society ... performing imaginative and stimulating concerts ... A minimum of four concerts a year and an exciting choral day, as well as other activities ... You might want to attend one of our concerts to “check us out” before your join or you might have attended one of our Choral Days. You can simply come along and join us at one of our weekly practice sessions ... Ability to read music is an advantage and members will be expected to be able to pitch the notes of the scale. New members might be asked to give an audition with the musical director who will establish the range of your voice and assign you to a suitable section of the choir.‘

Visits to the Website6
Views of Full Record7

www.chesterfieldsymphonyorchestra.co.uk

'Founded in 1982 to provide orchestral music for Chesterfield and the surrounding area. Beginning with a group of just fifteen the orchestra has flourished into a group of almost fifty permanent players. Its aim is to provide a wide range of orchestral music and concerts, devised to attract as many music lovers as possible, provide a range of music from popular to serious in carefully planned programmes and at the same time give its members the chance to enjoy becoming familiar with repertoire.'

Visits to the Website33
Views of Full Record83

www.dymt.co.uk

'Created in 2013 by a production team who are all highly experienced in working in musical theatre ... The aim of the production team is to offer to young people the opportunity to perform to the highest of standards and to produce, for our audiences, a show of outstanding quality in order to showcase the young talent in the East Midlands area.'

Visits to the Website39
Views of Full Record90

www.derbyshiresingers.org

'We are a choir of some 70 to 80 voices with members from north Derbyshire. We employ national and international professional soloists, groups and orchestral players to work with us ... The choir usually performs three or four concerts per year and is a non-profit-making organisation.'

Visits to the Website44
Views of Full Record103

www.derventiobrass.co.uk

Formed in 1993: 'The musical repertoire of Derventio Brass ranges from works written specifically for brass ensemble through to arrangements of major classical works,well known light music, film scores and jazz. Derventio Brass is happy to perform at formal concerts or for less formal occasions and are able to prepare varied programmes from their wide repertoire to suit the event'.

Category:Brass Ensembles
Visits to the Website24
Views of Full Record70

www.erewashmusicalsociety.co.uk

‘Regarded as one of the leading amateur musical groups in the East Midlands, covering the Nottingham and Derby areas. Whilst our history spans over 100 years, we remain a dynamic group performing two musical productions per year with material ranging from the traditional Gilbert & Sullivan and Rodgers & Hammerstein, to modern shows such as “Our House, The Madness Musical” and our recent production of “The Witches of Eastwick”. We perform at the Duchess Theatre in Long Eaton.’

Visits to the Website36
Views of Full Record95

www.erewashphoenixchoir.co.uk

‘We are a friendly and lively ladies choir based in Sandiacre, Derbyshire ... We sing a wide range of music from classical pieces, sacred works, pop songs and many, many more.  We have a sensible diary of bookings and enjoy singing together ... now grown to a 20-strong choir of Sopranos and Altos. The choir is always keen for new members to join in the fun and if you think you would be interested head over to our Join us page to find out more.’

Category:Ladies Choirs
Visits to the Website6
Views of Full Record10

www.fishpondchoir.com

'The Fishpond Choir, with its eclectic repertoire of world music, is unique. The choir started up in the Fishpond pub in 2001 as a mixed, open access community choir. Nobody knows if it was the country’s first pub choir but founder members like to think so ... The choir, which is about fifty strong, sings a wide selection of material which includes folk music from around the world, light classical pieces and items specially written or arranged ... However, its first love is African music - mostly from the south of the continent. Choir members work very hard ... to produce as authentic a sound as possible.'

Visits to the Website23
Views of Full Record47

www.gemconnection.org

GEM Connection Barbershop Chorus (GEM stands for Great East Midlands) was founded in May 1998 by 23 enthusiastic female singers. Since then the chorus has increased and now has over 50 members. The Chorus performs at a variety of events in the East Midlands, where we are based. We support both local and regional Music Festivals and community events and have also taken our music to Wales, Germany, Holland and Buffalo in New York state, performing on shows and competitions with other singing groups and musicians.’

Visits to the Website7
Views of Full Record8

glossopchoral.org.uk

'A non-audition but musically ambitious choir that brings together a wide range of people who share a love of singing and performing choral music. We rehearse weekly and perform three concerts a year. Performances cover a wide spectrum of music, from the classical choral works to lighter modern pieces, and an annual joint Christmas concert with Tintwistle Brass Band. When possible we also involve students from Glossopdale Community College.'

Visits to the Website31
Views of Full Record64

www.choirsites.co.uk/holymoorsideCS/

'First formed in 1941 as a village choir. The tradition of singing a wide variety of music at local events and raising money for charity was established then, and has continued to the present day. Today we are a choir of 60 members ... We perform three main concerts each year and work hard to achieve high standards within a wide repertoire, including music from traditional to modern classics, from sacred and oratorio pieces to folk and show songs. Currently our membership is full, but we are always interested to hear from singers as circumstances may change. It is not essential to be able to sight read music, only to have an ability to learn and sing in parts, as help and encouragement is always available with learning CD’s provided for learning at home.'

Visits to the Website12
Views of Full Record32

www.ilkestonbrass.org.uk

'Derbyshire’s friendliest brass band ... Ilkeston Brass has a long standing history dating back to the 1930s, when it was known as “The Stanton Ironworks Band”. Today, as Ilkeston Brass, we are kindly sponsored by Ron Brooks Toyota  ... We are proud to be a competitive 4th Section Band, based in the East Midlands Area.'

Visits to the Website17
Views of Full Record34

www.ilkestontheatrecompany.co.uk

'Formed in 1988 ... At the time, the majority of local Amateur Theatre/Musical Societies required singing and acting auditions to be undertaken before any prospective candidate could become a member, but it was obvious that there many people who have a passion to be on stage, but didn’t have the necessary skills ... This principal is still maintained ... If you are keen, then you are accepted, and taught the rudiments of acting by the director/producer ... Ilkeston Youth Theatre is a place for kids to have fun, meet new people and build confidence in a safe and friendly environment. We aim to put on at least one show a year and come together with the Ilkeston Theatre Company for the annual panto season. Ilkeston Youth Theatre is for anyone aged between 10 and 16.‘

Visits to the Website33
Also indexedIlkeston Youth Theatre
Views of Full Record36

www.longeatonoperatic.com

’Multi award winning Long Eaton Operatic Society is one of the leading operatic societies in the region. We are an amateur, non-profit organisation that perform musical shows and concerts at venues in and around Nottingham, UK.‘

Visits to the Website22
Views of Full Record46

www.matlock-musical-theatre.org.uk

'We are a company of amateur performers and singers, based at Matlock, devoted to the production of musical shows and concerts in and around Derbyshire.'

Visits to the Website30
Views of Full Record84

www.melbournemalevoicechoir.org

‘One of the East Midlands' premier choirs. The Choir varies in size between 20 to 50 members and currently stands more than 30, but there can never be too many and we are always looking for new recruits. The audition process is very strict and lengthy and very few make it. Not true! The Musical Director will shut you both into the audition room (i.e. the kitchen) and ask you to sing a few lines and notes to gauge your natural range. Are you a Bass or a Baritone, a Second Tenor or a Top Tenor? There's only one way to find out. And there's tea, coffee and biscuits at half time. A warm welcome awaits you.’

Visits to the Website36
Views of Full Record91

www.melbourneoperaticsociety.com

‘Has between 30 and 40 members drawn from Melbourne, Castle Donington and the surrounding area ... Our main event of the year is the performance of a Gilbert and Sullivan opera in March / April ... We also stage concert work, performing our own concerts in Melbourne and Castle Donington, usually in June / July and at Christmas. We can also provide concerts for other organisations in the area.’

Visits to the Website24
Views of Full Record59

www.mtb-brassband.co.uk

‘A friendly non-contesting community based brass band organisation ... Aside from the main band, our organisation consists of three further groups including a Training Band, a Beginners' Band and Drum Corps. The various bands put on many concerts each year in Melbourne and the neighbouring areas, consisting of a wide repetoire of popular music. Regardless of whether you've only just started playing, or have many years of experience, we have a band for you!’

Visits to the Website8
Views of Full Record8

www.pyehillmvc.co.uk

'We regularly give concerts across East Derbyshire and West Nottinghamshire areas in churches, community centres, nursing homes, hotels and conference centres. Although the choir has a full concert programme for the year, we are also available to give concerts for your private function.'

Visits to the Website50
Views of Full Record64

www.ramtc.org

'We are an award winning group of people of all ages and backgrounds who love taking part in musical theatre. Since 1936, we’ve put on over 70 shows and every year we stage at least one main production. Our shows are always of a high standard as we take time to get things right whilst carefully balancing the commitment required.'

Visits to the Website45
Views of Full Record52

www.somercoteschoralsociety.co.uk

’We are a mixed choir of around 50 singers, performing 2 concerts each year (April & October). We sing a wide variety of styles, including classical, jazz & popular music through the ages including “songs from the shows” ... If you love singing and would like to join us, there are no formal auditions and we are a friendly bunch; just come along.’

Visits to the Website5
Views of Full Record8

www.sonarasingers.co.uk

'The vision of Alfreton Ladies Choir was to reflect the changes of the Twenty First Century. To this end a new name was democratically chosen after much deliberation, and a new web site created ... The exciting programmes, concerts and recordings that Sonara are now engaged in confirm that this new image is popular with all.'

Category:Ladies Choirs
Visits to the Website16
Also indexedAlfreton Ladies Choir
Views of Full Record36

www.threecounties.org

'Formed in July 1988 from a nucleus of friends who had previously sung together the works of Gilbert and Sullivan on the Derby stage, but for whom a structured company no longer existed ... The annual stage production, in November, is generally one of Gilbert & Sullivan’s Savoy operas or similar. A major Spring Concert is presented annually in early May, where a much wider variety of musical genres is incorporated - songs from the shows, choruses from opera, choral arrangements of pop songs, comedy items, etc.; many more opportunities arise in these concerts for singers to perform solos than arise in the casting of the shows.'

Visits to the Website34
Views of Full Record66

www.alstonefield.org

“Community spirit isn’t about keeping the village clean to win the Best Kept Village competition. Community spirit is about socialising ...” [Tim Eades, Alstonefield, Voices from the Edge] ... ‘Regular high quality concerts take place in the hall, usually on Saturday evenings. We like to feature a range of musical styles, such as folk, blues, singer-songwriters, jazz, Americana/ alt.country, etc. There is a licensed bar and all concerts start at 8pm unless stated (doors 7.30).‘

Visits to the Website5
Views of Full Record9

www.buxtonoperahouse.org.uk

'An exquisitely beautiful Edwardian theatre and one of the country’s finest examples of Frank Matcham theatre design ... An extensive programme of external and internal restoration was undertaken between October 1999 and June of 2001. Since the completion of this restoration work Buxton Opera House has been at the centre of a remarkable success story and has developed as a community theatre catering for wide-ranging tastes and ages ...'

Visits to the Website23
Views of Full Record33

www.duchess-theatre.com

‘A multi-purpose arts venue situated in the heart of Long Eaton. Located between Nottingham and Derby, the Centre is Long Eaton’s premier live arts and entertainment venue. Comprising the tiered 180-seat Duchess Theatre, the multi-purpose Devonshire Suite and John Barker Studio, the Chatsworth Arts Centre is the focal point in providing facilities for the arts in Long Eaton throughout the year.'

Visits to the Website49
Views of Full Record50

www.derbycathedral.org

'Derby Cathedral aims to promote musical excellence. On a day-to-day basis, this is fulfilled by the singing of the cathedral choirs, who enrich the regular round of worship with their singing, renowned for its excellence. But they also sing for special occasions ... The Cathedral is a great centre of music making for the City of Derby and the County of Derbyshire ...'

Category:Cathedrals
Visits to the Website41
Views of Full Record36

www.derbylive.co.uk

Our Mission 'We present and produce an excellent and diverse programme of performances, events and festivals. We are innovative, inclusive, sustainable and vital to the regeneration of Derby.'

Visits to the Website13
Views of Full Record30

Directory Statistics

There are 3750 listings and 764 categories in our website

Recently Added Listings