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Area: North Lanarkshire

www.jazzartuk.com

'The country's newest and most innovative College of Performing Arts where students and their careers come first. With its origins and roots in the Scottish School of Musical Theatre founded by Bette Clark in 1946, Jazzartuk continues the work of seven decades and is committed to providing the highest quality of theatre arts training for young performers in the "Shires". No gimmicks -- no false promises -- just satisfying hard work and national achievement.'

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www.northlanarkshire.gov.uk/index.aspx?articleid=1376

‘Aims to provide a high-quality instrumental education programme and offers pupils opportunities to participate in wide range of music activities.’

Visits to the Website157
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www.acaos.co.uk

‘Every member of ACAOS has a passion for performing and producing shows that will delight audiences young, and not so young! The club have been performing since 1910 and have been performing to sell out audiences at The Sir John Wilson Town Hall since 1913. The club is very forward looking and fabulous team work (and hard work!) have produced high quality shows.’

Visits to the Website92
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www.theco-operativefuneralcareband.co.uk

‘The Co-op Funeralcare Band, formerly The Co-operative Funeralcare Band, initially known as the Scottish C.W.S. Band and later the CWS (Glasgow) Band and the Scottish Co-op Band, was formed in 1918 in the CWS factories in Shieldhall, Glasgow ... It is the most successful band in Scottish competition history having won the Scottish Championships on 32 occasions ... Long standing and generous sponsorship from the Co-operative movement has been a vital factor in the band’s success and currently, members of the band, who come from all walks of life, are registered members of the Co-operative movement.’

Visits to the Website57
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www.croysilverband.com

Croy Silver Band welcomes players of all abilities and backgrounds, from beginner to professional musician. The Band encourages young players and is able to provide tuition free of charge to local children aged between eight and eighteen years. Some instruments are available for new players ... Membership of the band is free for children and students.‘

Visits to the Website85
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www.ehfo.org.uk

'Formed in 1935 by a group of miners from the two villages of Easfield and Harthill ... We participate in events such as the Biggar Little Festival, Glasgow Music Festival, the Scottish Amateur Flute Association competitions. We also aim to give back to our local community through concerts in nursing homes, churches etc.'

Category:Flute Ensembles
Visits to the Website95
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www.shottspipeband.com

‘One of the most successful and celebrated pipe bands in history ... Based in the village of Shotts situated in North Lanarkshire, Scotland. Membership is drawn from both domestic and overseas world class piping and drumming talent. The band is in its second century of existence, having celebrated its centenary year in 2010 ... As well as appearing regularly at major pipe band championships, the band has performed at many sell-out concerts, television shows and high profile public and corporate events.’

Category:Pipe Bands
Visits to the Website41
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