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Nearby: Bury (Lancashire)

burymusic.co.uk

'We teach in Bury secondary and primary schools. We offer tuition on all orchestral and concert band instruments PLUS piano and guitar. Pupils have FREE use of their chosen instrument ... We have several orchestras, groups, bands and ensembles formed for various occasions and managed by staff in their own time. Approximately 250 young people aged between 8 and 18 are involved! They play in a tremendous variety of performing units graded to cater for their different levels of age and experience.'

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

'The Circle was formed in 1958 to promote the appreciation, knowledge and enjoyment of classical music in all its forms. The Circle is non-commercial and does not attempt to promote sales of records.  Concert visits are arranged occasionally during the season.'

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www.ramsmusicfest.org

‘An opportunity for musicians to entertain, compete and enjoy performing ... Even though the Festival has a competitive element, the spirit of the event is fully focused on making sure everyone enjoys the occasion and, to borrow an ideal from the Olympic movement, “the taking part that counts”. Thanks to the hard work of the adjudicators on the day, every performer will come away with a sense of achievement and a few pointers about how to improve their playing.’ Held Early March.

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

Founded 1967. Fortnightly evening meetings throughout the year; all welcome.

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www.rrfbandlancs.org.uk

'The Band has currently around 30 members with the drums numbering around 20. All the members serve in a voluntary capacity and have no army reserves commitment. The uniform proudly worn is that of the regular regiment which is headquartered in the Tower of London. This friendly band welcomes any musicians prepared to commit regularly to rehearsals, parades and events and who have a minimum of Grade 5 level ability.'

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www.buryacapeelers.co.uk

'We are an a cappella singing group (voice only) formed in March 2009 by a small group of people who used to meet up at a weekely singing workshop held at The Met. We currently have 35 members; but the numbers change with the seasons. We welcome membership from anyone of high school age (14+) and upwards. Our current members are aged from 14yrs to 65yrs+. We do not compete - we sing for the sheer love of singing, for the joy that it brings us as individuals and for the delight that it gives to our audiences, no matter how large or small they may be.'

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burychoral.org

‘A mixed voice amateur choir of some 70 singers. We are all passionate about singing and we all look forward to our regular Tuesday evening rehearsals together. We are Bury’s only auditioned mixed voice adult choir performing classical repertoire ... Over the years the Society has performed a stimulating and varied repertoire with piano, organ and orchestral accompaniment. Every season we perform 3/4 concerts in different local venues.‘

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sites.google.com/site/larksofdean/Home

"Up in the Forest of Rossendale, between Deerplay Moor and the wild hill called Swinshaw, there is a little lone valley, a green cup in the mountains, called Dean. The inhabitants of this valley are so notable for their love of music that they are known all through the vales of Rossendale as Th` Deighn Layrocks, or The Larks of Dean."

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www.ramsbottomchoralsociety.com

‘One of the leading amateur mixed voice choirs in the North West ... with singers of all ages who perform a wide range of classical and light music, including religious oratorios and also secular works. The society is a member of The National Association of Choirs and is unique in the North West by having their own Chamber Orchestra of instrumental players of Strings (violin, viola, cello and double bass), Woodwind (Flute, Oboe, Clarinet and Bassoon), Brass (French Horn, Trumpet and Trombone) and the four part SATB choir (Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass).’

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