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Area: Essex

belvederejazz.co.uk

'Weekly concerts are held on Wednesday evenings throughout the year except December. Featuring a wide variety of jazz genres including Big Band, Swing, Mainstream, Easy Listening and foot tapping music – there’s something for everyone! A friendly atmosphere and candlelit tables await you.'

Category:Jazz Clubs
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www.brentwoodarts.org.uk

'Fosters and promotes artistic and cultural activities in the Borough. It acts as a co-ordinating body between the many arts groups in the area and the local authority. Membership represents all branches of the arts: music, drama, visual arts, crafts, heritage, writing and poetry, and a large number of associate members whose individual support is much valued.'

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www.organfax.co.uk/clubs/clacton/

‘There is a general misconception that the word “organ” means it is either the traditional theatre organ or a church or classical organ. As much as this view is still appreciated and respected, there is a whole world of difference in the modern day instruments. The sounds that today’s artistes produce are amazing. Anything from a full string orchestra or brass band through to an electric guitar or violin, every type of instrument and style is acheived by these multi-talented musicians. So don't be put off by the word organ. Go along to your local club and see and hear for yourself, you will be pleasantly surprised we assure you.’

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Also indexedClacton & District Organ Society
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colchesternewmusic.com

'Cooperative of composers based in East Anglia, reaching out to London and the south of England. We consist of composers of all ages – from students to professionals – and our aim is to build opportunities for all our members to fulfil their potential through training workshops, sharing skills, advice and support and providing a range of performance opportunities. As with most composer collectives, funding presents a challenge, so we strive to share what each member can offer to the group. We are always looking to expand, develop and grow our membership ...'

Category:Colchester
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www.organfax.co.uk/clubs/colchester/

'Top artistes are engaged to entertain members each month, some are very well known to our Society, but there are times when we engage an unknown artiste ... The Society prides itself in being one of the most friendliest in the country(artistes will bear this out) and besides being an Organ Club our meetings are a social gathering where friends with a common interest can meet each month.'

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www.essexmusichub.org.uk

Essex Music Services – part of Essex County Council – is the lead partner in Essex Music Education Hub which is supported by funding from the Department for Education which comes to us via Arts Council England. Along with partner organisations that make up the Hub, we offer a range of musical services, projects and opportunities throughout Essex schools and within the community.’

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Also indexedEssex Music Services
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www.frintonfestival.com

'Enjoy listening to beautiful music in intimate surroundings ... performed by exuberant musicians in charming local venues.' Held Late May.

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www.leighmusicfestival.co.uk

'The object of the Festival shall be to advance the education of the public in the Art, and in particular the Arts of Music, Singing and Drama, by the promoting of annual competitions.' Held During May.

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musiconsea.co.uk

'Music on Sea is the strategic lead organisation for the Music Service and Music Education Hub of Southend on Sea. Music on Sea supports schools to provide outstanding teaching and learning across the curriculum; delivers good quality individual and group instrumental tuition and instrument hire service alongside providing exciting ensemble and performance opportunities.'

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Also indexedSouthend Music Education Hub | Southend Music Services
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runningwellacousticmusicclub.weebly.com

‘We meet on the 2nd Friday of each month (except August) ... We normally have 10 performers each doing a 10 minute support spot, ranging from first timers through to professionals. It is a very popular club and the support spots are always oversubscribed, so you need to let us know well in advance if you'd like to perform!’

Category:Folk Clubs
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www.sosac.co.uk

Objectives are: Promote the appreciation of the Arts; Encourage the foundation of new and assist in the development of established charitable societies, clubs and other organisations within Southend On Sea; To act as a co-ordinating body for such organisations; To act as a link between them and Southend Borough Council.

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thejazzcentreuk.co.uk

‘We are a UK Charity. Our aim is to preserve, promote and celebrate the causes of jazz in the UK and beyond. We also interview musicians and other jazz icons! ... “People have died for jazz" said the legendary trumpeter John Birks 'Dizzy’ Gillespie" - and you still have a problem calling it 'serious music?'" The great British tenorist Alan Skidmore echoed the thought on a recent visit to 'The Jazz Centre (UK)'. "I've given six decades of my life to this art-form" he said " - and I appreciate its full celebration in words and deeds". Our Trustees believe him. And while we have a long way to go we believe that “The Jazz Centre (UK)” can soon remove the brackets from its last two letters.’

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thurrockmusic.co.uk

'Facilitates opportunities to participate in and experience the best possible music making as part of personal development, educational, social, cultural and leisure activity. This is achieved by providing access to the broadest musical experiences, maximising learning and development for our communities in general and specifically for all children and young people.'

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www.wethersfieldchamberconcerts.org.uk

'Wethersfield Chamber Concerts are held at St Mary Magdalene Church with the support of the Vicar and the Parochial Church Council. Our aims are to: * encourage the careers of young professional musicians; * present music of the highest calibre; * make use of an historic building within the village; * provide enjoyable events for the wider community within the spiritual calmness of the Church. The Chamber Concerts are non-profit making. The artists presented are professional musicians and the cost to bring them to our village is met by ticket sales only. There are no subscription members.'

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www.aveleyandnewhamband.co.uk

'The Band regularly give concerts and also play at fetes, weddings and corporate events. It has a large range of musical styles and ensembles available from a full brass band to five or ten piece ensembles and individual soloists.'

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www.army.mod.uk/music/23961.aspx

'Official musical band for the Regiment and attends a variety of formal, commercial and commemorative events. Highly trained musicians, they are recruited from Bandsmen and women across the Army ... Their proud presence at special Airborne occasions and commemorative events is much-prized and hugely appreciated by serving personnel, veterans, their families and the general public.'

Category:Military Bands
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basildonchoral.org

'We are a welcoming group of amateur singers with a warm friendly atmosphere and always looking for new members. Previous experience is not necessary. We sing a variety of great music – sacred, popular, folk and songs from the shows.'

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www.benop.org.uk

'A small friendly society. We perform shows and concerts and have an active social calendar... We always welcome new members of all voices. Most people are convinced that they can’t sing, but very soon are pleasantly surprised with what they can achieve.'

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www.essexinfo.net/billericaychoral/

'We have over 40 members and perform a wide range of music, including popular song arrangements and larger choral works. We give 3 or 4 concerts each year, some jointly with other choirs, and enjoy a high reputation for our performances.'

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www.billericayoperaticsociety.co.uk

'The society started in 1929 and despite having some moments throughout the years where it looked like we wouldn't be able to continue, we have fought on and produced shows of increasingly high quality. BOS produce one musical show each year at The Brentwood Theatre, Brentwood in March and smaller shows / concert throughout the year.'

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www.braintreemvc.com

'The Choir was formed in 1971 ... and our aim is to reach a membership of 50, this being the optimum for the venues in which we perform and rehearse ... We are a friendly Choir and have toured Austria, Hungary, France and Italy, as well as in the United Kingdom. We have taken part in, and won, a number of competitions, although these do not feature highly in our priorities ... Our two main concerts are held in May and at Christmas.'

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braintreemusicalsociety.wordpress.com

'We are an amateur musical theatre group ... performing two musical shows per year.'

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deanfoley.wixsite.com/brentwoodhornclub

‘Run for the benefit of its members and meets quarterly to rehearse and perform Horn Ensemble repertoire, both existing and new arrangements and compositions. If you're a horn player, grade 5-8 or above and over 18, living or working near Brentwood in Essex (or willing to travel to us), please use the contact form ... to express your interest. We're always happy to hear from new friends. There is a small fee for each meeting and a discounted fee for those willing to commit to membership.'

Category:Brass Ensembles
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www.boym.org.uk

'We are a group of seven orchestras of varying ages and abilities, linked by our love of music and how much we enjoy playing together. Our mission is to advance the musical education of young people in Brentwood and surrounding areas by the provision of training in orchestral playing and the presentation of public concerts. We are very welcoming and are always on the look out for new members, so if you are interested in joining one of our orchestras, then please contact us ...'

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www.clacton-choral-society.org.uk

‘We give two concerts a year, one in the Spring and one in the Autumn with occasional additional performances at Christmas. Don’t worry if you can’t read music, we’ll teach you the notes and provide the scores. We also organise Choral Workshops at least once a year, to which we invite all-comers (you need to book your place) and in which we study some music during the morning and afternoon before producing a performance in the early evening. We have a flexible membership scheme to suit all sorts of availability, although you will have to reach the required standard to sing in a concert.‘

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clactonconcertorchestra.com

‘Founded in 1966 and gives some four or five concerts a year in the Tendring area, performing a wide range of music to suit all tastes from classical and light orchestral music to selections from popular musicals. The Orchestra places great emphasis on young people and has provided a platform for several young players over the years, some giving solo performances with the Orchestra and others being welcomed as occasional players or as members of the Orchestra.'

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www.c-m-t-s.co.uk

'Over the years the society has seen several variations to its name which have included the terms "operatic" and "musical comedy". Following a recent rebranding exercise involving the members of the society it was decided that a name change was needed. We felt that "Clacton Amateur Operatic Society" no longer reflected our style of performance and instead our name should include the word "musical", so on 1 September 2009 "Clacton Musical Theatre Society" was born.'

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colchestersymphonyorchestra.org.uk

‘The members of the orchestra are mostly professional musicians. Opportunities are also given to new, talented students. The Orchestra does not receive any grants or subsidies but is delighted and very grateful to receive sponsorship and donations from Friends. Ticket sales also form an important contribution to our income. Colchester Symphony Orchestra makes a unique contribution to high-standard professional music-making in the Colchester area.’

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www.colnephil.org.uk

'Formed in 1989 through the enterprise of former Chairman of the CPO and local Halstead GP Paul Bristol. As a musician himself he felt the need for an orchestra in the area which provided good amateur players with the opportunity to enjoy rehearsing and performing music together under the direction of a professional conductor. Since then, the orchestra has built a reputation for quality performances, with a varied and challenging repertoire ... The CPO usually performs three major concerts each year ... and attracts players from as far afield as Cambridge, Bishop's Stortford, Southend and Colchester.'

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www.demerc.org.uk

‘A compact, versatile, mixed-voice adult choir, performing mainly in West Essex/East Hertfordshire ... The choir is a friendly group, enjoying an eclectic but accessible repertoire, ranging from the 16th century through to contemporary works. Most concerts are a cappella and often include forgotten or neglected classics by well-known composers, in addition to music by new and lesser-known composers.’

Category:Chamber Choirs
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www.chelmsfordstarharmony.co.uk

'We invite members and musical directors from other Essex male voice choirs to our open chorus rehearsals on a Monday evening to experience singing in the barbershop style. These rehearsals are always open to the public ... You can sit back and enjoy the singing and get to see the way we work. You can even join in if you wish! We are sure you will enjoy the experience of harmonising along with a group of friendly guys singing their hearts out. Probably the most important thing is that there is no way we will put you under any pressure to join us. Whether or not you do is entirely your decision ... Our reportoire consists of a wide selection of songs, ranging from upbeat to romantic ballads - many of which are well known and have stayed popular over the years.'

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www.epms.org.uk

‘In the late 1940s a few police officers and their wives started a group called “The New Court Players” and performed small plays in an old wooden hut near Police Headquarters, Springfield, Chelmsford, Essex. Several of the original members were moved from Headquarters and this, together with retirements, meant the members sadly depleted. However, a small number remained and the decision was taken to perform a musical and The New Court Players became The Police Headquarters Musical Society. Our first musical, Calamity Jane was performed in 1966 in the newly constructed Assembly Hall at Headquarters. Back in the 1980s the society was renamed The Essex Police Musical Society and since then the Society has produced two shows each year at the Assembly Hall.’

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www.harlowbrassband.co.uk

‘The Band consists of local players who provide live music for the local community. Although at present the band does not contest we are of 4th section standard. We are considering returning to the contest arena with the hope of improving our standard ... Our music repertoire consists of tradition Brass Band music as well as contemporary pieces and Brass Band arrangements of some pop music!! We are a friendly band who always welcome players who either wish to join or just come along for a blow.’

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www.harlowchorus.org.uk

‘Harlow Chorus aspires to high standards and enjoys critical acclaim. It is one of the most successful choirs in the country with some 80 members drawn from South West Essex, Hertfordshire and London. We sing a programme of four or five concerts each year, covering a broad repertoire, with professional soloists and orchestras ... In addition to already established works, Harlow Chorus supports contemporary composers and commissions new pieces ... We also run ad hoc vocal technique workshops with visiting professionals. This encourages every member of the choir to make the most of themselves musically by providing opportunities to develop knowledge of choral repertoire, vocal technique and ensemble singing.’

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www.harlowconcertband.co.uk

‘Formed as a band of young musicians in November 1969 ...The Concert Band has seen many changes over the years, which has enabled it to mature to its present standard. The current membership stands close to forty players. During the year the Band undertakes many engagements, the highlight of which is their Annual Grand Concert.'

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harmonie.org.uk

'Established in 1976 (as the Basildon Concert Band), and now comprises about 50 musicians ... We are always keen to attract new players – brass, woodwind and percussion – and all are assured of a warm welcome. Auditions are not required; new members are encouraged to just come along and sit in at rehearsals.'

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www.theorpheussingers.co.uk

'The all-female choir based in Hadleigh, Essex, very near to Southend on Sea. Our 140+ members with an age range of 25 – 85 enjoy the exhilarating and uplifting joy of singing together. As a registered charity, the many concerts performed throughout the year enable significant funds to be raised for a variety of local, national and international charities.'

Category:Rayleigh
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www.rayleighbrass.com

'The Band is able to deliver high quality and entertaining concert programmes at the same time as maintaining a very friendly and inclusive atmosphere. Rayleigh Brass do not enter contests like many bands, but seek instead to broaden the appeal of the band beyond the traditional brass band image, playing a wide and challenging repertoire, at the same time trying to relate to their audience.'

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www.roh.org.uk/learning/learning-in-thurrock/community-chorus

‘Offers local residents the opportunity to find their voice and join a Community Chorus. The Community Chorus meets weekly during term time and is open to anyone aged eight and over, living, working or studying in Thurrock. The Chorus works on a mixed repertory, chosen by its musical director with a focus on established and new work, as well as the Royal Opera House repertory. The Community Chorus is open to experienced singers and those with no previous singing experience ... Public performances across Thurrock and the wider region showcase the talent and commitment of the Chorus.’

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www.sodsofficial.com

'Founded in 1890 and research concludes that probably only six societies in the whole of the country came into existence before that year and still survive. These are based in Brighton, Evesham, Paignton, Settle, Spalding and Tunbridge Wells ... The SODS have two paramount and parallel responsibilities: they have to provide the audiences with productions which are consistently of the highest possible standard and at the same time provide all the members with a hobby which is both rewarding and enjoyable ... Every artistic aspect has always been firmly underpinned by strong organisational, financial and stage management and the Society has now evolved into a business – it is only “amateur” in as much as the cast are not paid! Accordingly, the continuing success of the Society in three centuries is every bit as much thanks to a succession of committed and unsung administrators as to its performers on stage ...'

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www.southendwindorchestra.org

'Formed in April 2002 ... A minimum entry of grade 6 standard for rank and file players, with at least grade 8 for principals was established. Since then, many talented young players have been encouraged to join the band along with more experienced musicians, boosting membership to 50. The players come from a broad range of backgrounds, ranging from full-time students, to peripatetic music teachers, people working full-time in other professions and those close to or even in retirement.'

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www.sweetingswingband.co.uk

'Do you like Big Band music, but haven't got the space for a Big Band? Size isn't everything! We've trimmed our line-up down to 9 (saxophones, trumpets, trombone, piano, bass and drums), a manageable number that will still give you that Big Band sound, and won't break the bank! Like the idea of a Jazz Band, but worried that it mightn't suit all tastes? We have a varied repertoire, starting with the classics of Big Band swing, adding a pinch of Trad Jazz, a twist of your Rock n Roll favourites, a little rumba of Latin American, and those all time greats of film and stage. All served up with ballroom dancing standards ...'

Category:Big Bands
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www.sweynechoralsociety.org.uk

'We are a popular and versatile choir ... which sings a wide range of music styles. We are always pleased to welcome new members. There are no auditions. Less experienced singers are given help and guidance by choir members and our Musical Director.'

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www.thechoirforallseasons.co.uk

Founded in 1975: 'We give concerts in Billericay and other parts of Essex ... Most of our concerts are built around a theme, which gives us the opportunity to cover a wide range of music in one programme, often taking in a madrigal at one end and a pop standard at the other ...'

Category:Chamber Choirs
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www.thundersleybrassband.co.uk

‘A top flight, traditional community brass band striving for excellence in performance ... We are a competing Championship Section Brass Band based in South Benfleet, Essex. We perform at numerous concerts, contests, charitable events, private functions and civic events each year.’

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www.thurrockchoralsociety.org.uk

'Founded in 1905, Thurrock Choral Society has been singing, under a variety of names, for over 100 years. Today the choir consists of around 25 singers ... We give several concerts a year, including a Christmas Concert with popular seasonal music, and our "Summer Soiree" - this is a mainly social evening at which the choir delivers popular repertoire alongside guest performers ... The choir also holds social events each year, all of which are open to non-members.'

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www.thurrockmalevoicechoir.co.uk

'The primary aim of the choir is to encourage the enjoyment of music and this is done mainly by giving concerts. Our concerts usually take place locally, however from time to time we are prepared to travel ... It is estimated that approximately £100,000 has been raised for charity through fundraising performances during the choir’s 75 year existence.'

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timesandseasons.co.uk/wordpress/

'A long-established mixed chamber choir of some 18 voices, based in Ingrave, Brentwood, Essex. All singing is a cappella, and the choir have a very varied repertoire from which to choose programmes. Times & Seasons‘ “mission statement” is to try to identify with its audiences in an informal atmosphere, to provide something for all musical tastes and to convey its members’ obvious joy of singing.'

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www.walthamsingers.org.uk

‘We are one of the foremost mixed, adult choirs in Essex, rehearsing in Chelmsford town centre with 90+ members. Come and join us! ... There are no auditions, but we set ourselves high standards and relish the challenge of performing a wide range of choral music ... Waltham Singers gives three or four concerts each year.’

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www.waos.org

Our Mission 'To bring high class and professional shows to our local and surrounding communities!'

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Also indexedWAOS
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www.writtlesingers.org

‘A highly respected mixed-voice choir dedicated to performing music to the highest standard and enjoying ourselves doing it – that way, we know our audience will enjoy themselves too. Our repertoire is varied ... We are never afraid to mix the old with the new in the same concert ... With fewer than 30 singers, every voice makes a difference. Development of good singing technique is encouraged in our warm-ups ... and by workshops with an internationally renowned vocal coach. Unsurprisingly, then, our soloists are usually drawn from the choir.’

Category:Chamber Choirs
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yardarm.btck.co.uk

'A community-oriented organisation in south Essex, UK, playing British and international folk music throughout the region, often at community, charity or other fundraising events ... We want to bring folk music to as many people as possible, either as audience members or by involving them as participants. We welcome new players and encourage beginners and all levels of skill. There is a place for everyone who can play an instrument to some degree and who is prepared to join in and have some fun developing their potential.'

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www.cathedral-brentwood.org

’The Cathedral hosts a popular series of Lunchtime Concerts; our Programme is varied including regular Organ Recitals, especially by students from the Royal College of Music, London. In addition, we welcome performances from soloists and ensembles, both instrumental and vocal. Our recitals provide a wonderful opportunity to listen to beautiful music in splendid surroundings and to enjoy refreshments afterwards in the Song School.’

Category:Cathedrals
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www.chelmsfordcathedral.org.uk

‘Since 1914 the Cathedral (and before that the Parish Church) has been filled with the sound of music and worship; a sound that attracts thousands of worshippers, visitors and music lovers each year and has led to the Cathedral becoming known as a centre for musical excellence ... The Choral Foundation helps to provide superb musical opportunities for the choristers, choral and organ scholars, lay clerks and singing men of the choir; it is responsible for ensuring a secure financial base for the development of music at Chelmsford Cathedral ... The Cathedral is available to hire and hosts concerts, meetings and lectures throughout the year ... Many concert organisers choose to hire staging for their event and a dance floor can be hired.’

Category:Cathedrals
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www.chelmsford.gov.uk/theatres

‘Offer entertainment to the people of Essex and beyond. Situated in the heart of Chelmsford's West End, the Civic Theatre and Cramphorn Studio provide entertainment including concerts, plays, ballet, pantomime, opera, jazz, dance, musicals, comedy, cinema, live music and children shows.'

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moothallorgan.co.uk

'Colchester Town Hall’s majestic Edwardian organ is at the heart of the town’s musical life, featuring in lunchtime recitals, concerts, civic ceremonies and weddings. First installed by Norman & Beard in 1902, a Heritage Lottery Fund-sponsored restoration was completed in 2015, enabling the Moot Hall Organ to be heard and enjoyed by people of all ages and by future generations.'

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www.ingatestonehall.com

'The Hall stands in open countryside, one mile from the village of Ingatestone and substantially retains its original Tudor form and appearance with its mullioned windows, high chimneys, crow-step gables and oak-panelled rooms and is surrounded by ten acres of enclosed gardens comprising extensive lawns, walled garden and stew pond ... The public rooms and grounds may be hired for a wide variety of public or private events including receptions & dinners, lectures & seminars, concerts and plays, trade promotions & corporate events, garden parties, fairs & exhibitions and film locations.'

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www.lakemeadows.org.uk

Occasional oper-air concerts: 'The Friends of Lake Meadows  is a voluntary organisation working with Basildon Borough Council, Billericay Town Council to help care for Lake Meadows park for the benefit of the community'.

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www.stjohnsarc.org.uk

‘Formerly the Parish Church of St. John The Baptist. The church was built by subscription in 1839-40 in memory of Charles S. Miller, a former vicar ...  The Church became redundant in 1979 and in the following year a suggestion was made by the Harlow Chorus that the building would make a good base. At the time Old Harlow did not have a community centre, the Diocese therefore granted a lease with covenants to restrict its use to serving the social and recreational needs of the area ... We offer a varied programme of activities and events for all ages which include concerts, exhibitions and workshops.’

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www.music-at-st-thomas.org.uk

‘Music plays an important part in the worship and life of the parish of St Thomas of Canterbury, a church in the Anglo-Catholic tradition set in the centre of Brentwood, in the diocese of Chelmsford, Essex, England ... There are four choirs - the Parish Choir, The Girls' Choir, the Becket Singers and the Becket Consort of Voices - the Orchestra of St Thomas', a close-harmony quartet SongCycle, an Organ Scholarship scheme and Lunchtime Concerts. On special occasions the choirs combine to form the Great Choir ...’

Category:Churches
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www.towngatetheatre.co.uk

Towngate Theatre is the best place for live entertainment in Basildon! Featuring a varied line-up including live music, drama, family favourites, opera, ballet, musicals and more! We also have a popular café bar open on weekdays and prior to performances.’

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