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Area: East Riding of Yorkshire

The Category Beverley is a subset of East Riding of Yorkshire. Browse through the Brief Records in the Category or look at the broader Category to find a List of the Titles of all the Organizers, Performers and Venues associated with Beverley which have so far been described in this Directory. Clicking on a Title will link you to the Entity's Full Record.

 

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

- Beverley Singers

 

Category Beverley
! Beverley KEY
VISITS (to Website)6
VIEWS (of Record)5

The Category Bridlington is a subset of East Riding of Yorkshire. Browse through the Brief Records in the Category or look at the broader Category to find a List of the Titles of all the Organizers, Performers and Venues associated with Bridlington which have so far been described in this Directory. Clicking on a Title will link you to the Entity's Full Record.

 

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

- Bridlington Spa

- Coastal Voices

- East Riding Youth Brass Band

 

Category Bridlington
! Bridlington KEY
VISITS (to Website)46
VIEWS (of Record)64

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

 

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

- Snaith and District Choral Society

 

Category Goole
! Goole KEY
VISITS (to Website)6
VIEWS (of Record)7

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

 

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

- Hull Community Voices

- Hull Ukulele Group

 

! Kingston upon Hull KEY
VISITS (to Website)6
VIEWS (of Record)8

Initiated in 1988 by the local authority, the Festival was designed to bring together the history, ecclesiastical architecture and music of the past for the people of today, and to encourage visitors into the area. Over the years, the Festival has grown to be acknowledged as a "jewel in the cultural crown" ... The Festival is organised by the National Centre for Early Music,York and works in partnership with the East Riding of Yorkshire Council.' Held Late May.

 

* Beverley & East Riding Early Music Festival
VISITS (to Website)371
VIEWS (of Record)407

‘Held in Late September of each year, the Beverley Chamber Music Festival – now run by New Paths – brings world-class music to the delightful market town of Beverley, in the East Riding of Yorkshire. Concerts take place in St Mary’s Church, an exceptionally beautiful medieval church at the heart of Beverley’s handsome “Georgian quarter”.’

 

* Beverley Chamber Music Festival
VISITS (to Website)249
Also indexedNew Paths Music
VIEWS (of Record)299

‘The Festival is uniquely set in one of the UK's finest Elizabethan stately piles, our very own Burton Agnes Hall! Over twenty five bands provide a weekend of Jazz and Blues from our manicured lawns and inside our ornately carved Great Hall ... Could this be the most breathtaking place to spend a weekend, soaking up the UK's hottest jazz and blues acts? We provide music for all tastes, from those seeking an ambient accompaniment to a glass of wine in the majestic grounds; to the jazz or blues aficionado wanting to get up close to star performers.’ Held Mid July.

Category Jazz Festivals
* Burton Agnes Jazz & Blues Festival
VISITS (to Website)209
VIEWS (of Record)216
Forthcoming Concerts and Recitals

‘Believing in the power of music theatre to transform lives, Castaway Goole provides performing, leisure and training opportunities for adults and young people with learning and physical disabilities and autistic spectrum conditions.’

* Castaway Goole
VISITS (to Website)123
Also indexedCastaway Music Theatre
VIEWS (of Record)161

’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
* Cottingham Folk Festival
VISITS (to Website)213
VIEWS (of Record)216

‘Cottingham Methodist Church welcomes performers, teachers and audience to the ... Annual Musical Festival. The Festival is run to give performers an opportunity to perform in a friendly environment, for them to receive constructive criticism and to give us all an opportunity to enjoy their performance. We recognise the hard work they do along with the dedication of teachers and supporters.’ Held Late January.

 

* Cottingham Methodist Church Musical Festival
VISITS (to Website)55
VIEWS (of Record)78

‘Our aim at Culture:Music is to teach, inspire and create engaging music performance opportunities in Hull and the surrounding areas. We are influenced by the fusion of classical, pop/rock, jazz and world music bringing contemporary performances to the forefront of the live music scene. Through collaboration with all aspects of the arts and effective teaching and learning methods we will deliver evocative performances whilst still making these experiences accessible to everyone.’

 

* Culture:Music
VISITS (to Website)86
VIEWS (of Record)123
Forthcoming Concerts and Recitals

‘At Hull, you can become the musician you want to be. Whether it's pop, jazz, classical, musical theatre or film music, you can tailor your course to match your interests and be part of a lively, friendly community of musicians, composers and producers. Music is part of the School of Arts, and sits in the Faculty of Arts, Cultures and Education.’

 

* Department of Music [Hull]
VISITS (to Website)158
Also indexedUniversity of Hull
VIEWS (of Record)295

‘Enriches and enhances the lives of children and the community by actively supporting and developing education through music. The Schools’ Music Service provides a comprehensive instrumental and vocal teaching programmes within secondary schools, special schools, primary schools and junior schools ... As lead organisation for the East Riding Music Education Hub, the Schools’ Music Service works with partners from throughout the local region to provide musical opportunities to young people and the wider community.’

* East Riding Schools’ Music Service
VISITS (to Website)125
Also indexedEast Riding Music Education Hub
VIEWS (of Record)197

‘East Riding of Yorkshire Council's dedicated, state-of-the-art performance centre. The Hexagon Music Centre was completed in August 2010 after a major refurbishment project to transform the former Swinemoor Infant School into a state of the art performance centre ... There are 9 rooms available to hire with seating capacity ranging from 5 to 150. The centre boasts two fully restored grand pianos, plus 3 upright pianos.‘

 

* Hexagon Music Centre
VISITS (to Website)96
VIEWS (of Record)185

‘Every summer in the lovely seaside town of Hornsea, East Yorkshire ... All are welcome to visit the festival and listen to performers throughout its duration, and tickets are available at the door in any of the venues ... The festival is open to performers and groups of all ages and skill levels.’ Held Early July.

* Hornsea Music Festival
VISITS (to Website)103
VIEWS (of Record)358

'Formed in the 1930's. A group of ladies decided to start their own entertainment programme in Hornsea, because it was difficult to travel to concerts in Hull. Like many social organisations, activities were suspended during World War II, but they were restarted in 1948 ... The society continues to thrive after more than 70 years ... The society are very grateful to the United Reformed Church for storing its Grand Piano.'

 

 

* Hornsea Music Society
VISITS (to Website)273
VIEWS (of Record)493
Forthcoming Concerts and Recitals

‘Founded in 2010 to form a focus for those in the region who were interested in the organ and its music whether they be players, listeners or had an interest in the instrument, its design, structure and workings ... Meetings are held monthly, excepting December and August and over the past years have included visits to organs in the East Riding, York , North Lincolnshire, Rutland and Liverpool ... All meetings and visits are open to non-members.’

 

* Hull and East Riding Organ Group
VISITS (to Website)89
VIEWS (of Record)199

‘Hull Chamber Music (full name Hull Chamber Music Society) arranges high quality recitals of chamber music for the people of Kingston upon Hull and beyond, engaging professional musicians of international standing. Our season usually consists of six concerts held on Saturday evenings between October and April.’

 

* Hull Chamber Music
VISITS (to Website)121
VIEWS (of Record)227
Forthcoming Concerts and Recitals

J-Night is one of the leading producers of world jazz in the North of England. We’ve produced the Hull Jazz Festival (summer and winter editions) for over 25 years and we deliver a year-round festival offer in Hull, using our ability to build, maintain and develop effective partnerships with organisations including Hull Truck Theatre, Freedom Festival, Hull Music Hub, University of Hull Creative Campus and Hull City Council.’

 

* Hull Jazz Festival
VISITS (to Website)19
Also indexedJ-Night
VIEWS (of Record)45

‘Works for the benefit of children young people and the community, provides networking opportunities, influences decision making, informs and challenges practice; provides opportunities for new ideas and ways of working to be shared and explored; utilises existing funding and explores/attracts potential funding; contributes to better outcomes for children and young people; helps organisations to do what they already do – but better.'

 

* Hull Music Hub
VISITS (to Website)247
VIEWS (of Record)248

‘Started in 1906 and, apart from the years between 1940 and 1943, has been held annually ever since. It has always been a competitive Festival and became hugely successful, especially during the 1950's & The Festival of Britain, the 1960's, 70's and 80's. It grew in entry numbers to become one of the largest in the country. Each of the Sections - Piano, Vocal and Choral, Instrumental, Verse and Drama, Schools' Dance needed a whole week of performance and adjudication sessions, each, using every morning, afternoon and evening. In 2007, entry numbers dropped considerably in the Piano, Instrumental & Vocal section, for a variety of reasons,but we managed to keep going, and now, with the input of a group of young, enthusiastic instrumental teachers, it is gradually returning to its former self.’ Held March.

 

* Kingston Upon Hull Music Festival
VISITS (to Website)231
VIEWS (of Record)437

New Paths launched in 2016 and has quickly established itself as one of the most important and exciting new festivals in the land. New Paths sees Beverley hosting concerts, community events and sparkling music-making by some of the country’s finest young professional singers, chamber musicians and organists, with our trademark combination of world-class concerts and feet-on-the-ground community involvement, reaching out to children, to old people, and to all corners of the town ... New Paths Music presents two dynamic festivals each year, bringing exceptional musicians to the beautiful market town of Beverley in the East Riding of Yorkshire.‘ Held Early April and Late September.

 

* New Paths Music
VISITS (to Website)147
VIEWS (of Record)223

Generally meets Monday evenings, except Bank Holidays and in August.

 

Category Folk Clubs
* White Horse Folk Club [Beverley]
VISITS (to Website)150
VIEWS (of Record)291
Forthcoming Concerts and Recitals

‘Withernsea is a small seaside town 20 miles east of Hull ... With the exception of January, a concert is held monthly, concerts normally begin at 7.45 ... As with most clubs it began with a group of dedicated “organ buffs”. Back then in 1974 the organ was at the height of its popularity, there were organ/music shops in most towns, a time which many remember with nostalgia, most shops held “demonstration” evenings and the top players could be seen and heard.‘

 

 

* Withernsea Organ Society
VISITS (to Website)81
VIEWS (of Record)188
Forthcoming Concerts and Recitals

'Started by a group of ladies who "just wanted to sing" in September 1983, and we haven’t stopped singing since. We have developed into a mainly a capella mixed voice choir over the years comprising soprano, alto, tenor and bass.'

+ Alkborough Choir
VISITS (to Website)198
VIEWS (of Record)458
Forthcoming Concerts and Recitals

'We are a subscription based band and members of the band consist of individuals from a wide range of backgrounds and ages. We are always happy to welcome new members, whether experienced players or relative beginners provided they have some experience. If the idea of being involved in a friendly band, where you can relax and enjoy playing a wide variety of music, interests you, whether you live locally or are just passing through please come along to the band room on rehearsal nights where you will be made very welcome. If you do not own your own instrument the band keeps a stock of instruments that can be used by members.'

 

+ Beverley Brass Band
VISITS (to Website)214
VIEWS (of Record)490
Forthcoming Concerts and Recitals

‘A subscription choir of approximately 40 members meet on a regular basis with the objective of performing 3 times in the year. During the choir's history performances have taken place throughout the East Riding of Yorkshire and also in the Cathedrals of Durham, Worcester and Wells ...'

 

Category Chamber Choirs
+ Beverley Chamber Choir
VISITS (to Website)165
VIEWS (of Record)308
Forthcoming Concerts and Recitals

‘The Choir’s membership is currently around 50 and we have represented the town of Beverley at some of the Country’s most prestigious venues ... We have performed at venues large and small from Hull, Beverley and Howden Minsters to many small though welcoming locations throughout the North of England and beyond, when considerable sums of money have been raised for worthy causes ... If you think you might like to sing with us, drop in ... to watch us rehearse. Simply roll up and sit at the back to discover whether it might be for you.’

 

+ Beverley Male Voice Choir
VISITS (to Website)158
VIEWS (of Record)1420
Forthcoming Concerts and Recitals

The Spotlight Theatre is 'home to the local amateur operatic and dramatic group ... run by locals for the benefit of the community. A stopping off point for professional touring productions and Bridlington's link to world-class theatre via live broadcasts of theatre, opera and ballet from across the globe. Screenings from the National Theatre, RSC, Royal Opera House and other leading companies. A great place to get involved with musical theatre with an adult company, youth theatre group (Northern Lights) and junior company. Singing stars, budding actors and backstage crew volunteers are always welcome.'

+ Bridlington Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society
VISITS (to Website)223
Also indexedSpotlight Theatre | Northern Lights
VIEWS (of Record)390

'Non-profit community wind band founded in 2006 by the late Malcolm Heywood ... We are self-supporting and all of its players give their time and services for free. We have a membership of over fifty musicians ... We are available for all types of concert work, including concert hall bookings, garden parties, carol concerts, bandstand appearances and private functions. Our reputation is well established in the East Riding where we regularly perform to enthusiastic audiences.'

 

+ Buckrose Concert Band
VISITS (to Website)144
VIEWS (of Record)366
Forthcoming Concerts and Recitals

‘If you think you might wish to join the choir, why not come along to a rehearsal and enjoy a drink, some chat and a sing or a listen as you wish? Your willingness and ability to sing and hold a note is all we ask. New recruits will be given several weeks' rehearsal experience until you are ready to join DMVC as a full member ... Members are drawn from all walks of life from Architects, Accountants, Bankers, Motor Engineers, School Masters, Farmers to Prison Officers and even a Tax Inspector.‘

 

+ Driffield Male Voice Choir
VISITS (to Website)226
VIEWS (of Record)400

‘Entertaining the community since 1837 ... We have a versatile group of musicians of all ages who have a progressive attitude towards our music. Our aim is to provide a professional, friendly & welcoming approach to music and encourage full participation from all throughout our performances.'

 

+ Driffield Silver Band
VISITS (to Website)190
VIEWS (of Record)392
Forthcoming Concerts and Recitals

‘A Choral Society with about 100 members ... When it was founded, the choir was under the auspices of the East Riding County Education Committee. Members paid an annual subscription fee of 10 shillings (50p), which was increased to £1 in 1973. Concert deficits were approved by the County Music Committee and paid by the Council, so the choir had no financial worries. However, in 1977, after financial support had been withdrawn by Humberside County Council, it was necessary for the choir to become an independent body ... The choir is now self-sufficient by subscriptions, grants and fund-raising activities to cover the £25,000 needed every year.‘

 

 

Category Choral Societies
+ East Riding County Choir
VISITS (to Website)75
VIEWS (of Record)163
Forthcoming Concerts and Recitals

’Since 1994 the Schools' Music Service has continued to expand its ensemble provision to provide opportunities for young musicians residing in the East Riding of Yorkshire to play in large and medium-sized groups with players of similar abilities. Members should be under 19 years of age, be in full-time education and be recommended by their teacher as being suitable candidates.’

 

+ East Riding Music Ensembles
VISITS (to Website)131
VIEWS (of Record)179

‘A thriving amateur orchestra attracting players from Kingston upon Hull, the East Riding of Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire. We give three public concerts each year ... Our aim is to provide good classical music in a relatively informal setting. Please look at our concert calendar, we hope you find the music we play attractive and will come to our concerts.’

 

+ Hessle Sinfonia
VISITS (to Website)101
VIEWS (of Record)183
Forthcoming Concerts and Recitals

‘Has a well-established reputation in East Yorkshire for high quality performances of the world’s greatest and most popular choral works, especially in the Baroque repertoire, ably accompanied by local and not so local instrumental players who form the Hull Bach Orchestra.’

 

Category Choral Societies
+ Hull Bach Choir
VISITS (to Website)104
Also indexedHull Bach Orchestra
VIEWS (of Record)225
Forthcoming Concerts and Recitals

‘Founded in 1929 as a result of the amalgamation of two local musical societies, Hull Harmonic Society and Hull Vocal Society. The choir quickly established a strong reputation and has taken pleasure in bringing high quality choral events to the city of Hull ever since ... We perform an ever-extending repertoire from the great oratorios to contempory works. Each season typically consists of an autumn and a spring concert, with a Christmas performance of Handel’s Messiah and a Family Carol Concert on alternate years. Some of these events take place in the magnificent Hull City Hall.’

 

Category Choral Societies
+ Hull Choral Union
VISITS (to Website)103
VIEWS (of Record)259
Forthcoming Concerts and Recitals

'Recognised as one of the nation's leading amateur symphony orchestras and has been a major feature in the city's cultural landscape for over 130 years. Performing a regular season of three concerts in Hull's magnificent City Hall, we boast a history of renowned conductors, including national figures such as Sir Henry Wood, founder of the Proms ... The story started in June 1881 when a small group of dedicated music lovers gathered at the George Hotel in Hull and proposed the formation of an orchestral music society. With just 27 players, a devoted committee and loyal patrons, the Hull Philharmonic Society was born. Today the orchestra has more than 80 members drawn from local professional and amateur musicians, and enjoys a broad and loyal audience base.'

 

+ Hull Philharmonic Orchestra
VISITS (to Website)161
VIEWS (of Record)335
Forthcoming Concerts and Recitals

‘Formed in 2011 by a group of local musicians and music teachers, and incorporates singers and players of all ages and from all walks of life. We aim to provide high quality live music in local venues, and to create enjoyable, challenging and varied performing experiences for our players and singers. We have performed large and small scale concerts in churches in Hull, Beverley and Driffield, raising money for charities and good causes. One of our principles is to offer a continually surprising programme. One concert might be a small-scale chamber concert featuring Baroque repertoire, and the next might be a large symphony or a large-scale choral work.’

 

Category Chamber Choirs
+ Invitatione
VISITS (to Website)105
VIEWS (of Record)205

‘We are a mixed adult choir and we split into 3 sections - soprano, mezzo-soprano and alto, depending on your vocal range. Don’t worry if you’re not sure which section you belong in - we will help you with this ... Our concerts are not compulsory, but if you do decide to take part we have a dress code. Everyone is individual so we don’t have a set uniform, we simply ask that you dress in the relevant colours to your choir. The POP choir wear a black base with red accessories, and the SHOW choir wear a black base with gold accessories.‘

 

Category Community Choirs
+ Read’s Warblers
VISITS (to Website)126
VIEWS (of Record)226

'There is a strong musical tradition at the Minster. The building has the largest collection of medieval musician carvings in Europe, a 200 year old organ built by Snetzler, a choral tradition going back to the plainsong of the medieval Vicars Choral, and currently a flourishing diversity of traditional and contemporary music.'

 

Category Greater Churches
@ Beverley Minster
VISITS (to Website)322
VIEWS (of Record)414
Forthcoming Concerts and Recitals

'Hosts a significant range of concerts and recitals: 'The Bridlington Priory Organ is acknowledged to be one of the largest and finest parish church organs in the country ... Each year eminent organists from numerous countries ask to be included in our summer recital series ...'

 

Category Greater Churches
@ Bridlington Priory
VISITS (to Website)382
VIEWS (of Record)347

‘Situated in the charming town of Pocklington on the edge of the Yorkshire Wolds ... Events are held throughout the spring and summer, and include our annual Tulip Festival in May, Children’s Events on Wednesdays during the spring and summer holiday periods, regular Sunday brass band concerts, and outdoor theatre events.’

 

Category Beverley
@ Burnby Hall Gardens & Museum
VISITS (to Website)119
VIEWS (of Record)178

Hull City Hall offers a wide range of events each year, hosting top international names in contemporary live music as well as headline comedy acts, the world’s leading orchestras, celebrities, adventurers, drama, musicals, opera and more ... In 1911, the organ, built by Forster and Andrews of Hull, was installed in the main hall. This was controversial as some considered it too big for the space and it was only allowed to go ahead after a Government inquiry. Today it remains one of the largest working organs in use in the country.’

 

@ Hull City Hall
VISITS (to Website)99
VIEWS (of Record)335
Forthcoming Concerts and Recitals

‘At Holy Trinity, we have strong artistic roots with 700 years of cultural and artistic tradition. We encourage artists and performers as well as cultivating participation in the arts for city centre communities ... In establishing an arts programme we have met with artists and enabled innovative use of the church building. We have made an open call for artists to come forward so we can think about how we can accommodate their projects. Whilst we strive for excellence, we also endeavour to nurture new talent by giving artists the ability to experiment and practice their arts in a well set up environment which is free to use at certain times. Our point of difference will be that our daytime provision of art will be free to audiences and free to performers.‘

 

 

Category Greater Churches
@ Hull Minster
VISITS (to Website)290
Also indexedHoly Trinity Hull
VIEWS (of Record)165
Forthcoming Concerts and Recitals

Junction combines three purposes – the administrative and civic base for Goole Town Council, a community centre and a busy mixed use arts facility, hosting a wide range of live events, cinema and satellite screenings, a workshop programme and activities that reach out into our community ... The programme of events treads a careful path to balance popular appeal with excellent and more challenging work. We are looking to build partnerships, not just attract customers. We firmly believe that we offer significant and sometimes life-changing opportunities ... For a small venue, in a small town, in an often-overlooked corner of East Yorkshire’s flatlands, we punch well above our weight. Junction was instrumental in the establishment of the Small Venues Network and is involved in many regional and national initiatives all with the single purpose of bringing the best possible arts activity to the town and embedding it into the life of the area.‘

 

@ Junction Goole
VISITS (to Website)148
VIEWS (of Record)291

Pocklington Arts Centre (PAC) has gained a nation-wide reputation for its live-event and film programmes. The venue, which has a 200-seat auditorium and 70-seat studio/exhibition space, has provided film screenings, live music, theatre performances, comedy clubs, art exhibitions and conference facilities to ten of thousands of people ... Since opening PAC has played host to a variety of national and international Musicians, Comedians, Theatre & Dance Companies, Film Directors and artists.’

 

@ Pocklington Arts Centre
VISITS (to Website)138
VIEWS (of Record)173

‘The Shire Hall is situated right in the heart of Howden, overlooking the historic Howden Minster. It is a multi-functional building which is used for various events such as parties, fundraising events, live music, theatre and cinema. It is also home to classes including dance, karate, salsa, Zumba, theatre studies, and music classes.’

 

@ Shire Hall Howden
VISITS (to Website)180
VIEWS (of Record)236

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