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Nearby: Bury St Edmunds

buryconcertclub.co.uk

Originated as the Music Lovers' Concert Club :  'In wartime Bury St Edmunds, local music-loving residents and visiting forces personnel created an audience for classical music, both live and recorded. The national Council for Encouragement of Music and the Arts – a war-time precursor of the Arts Council – recruited groups of professional musicians brave enough to undertake tours to blacked-out towns outside blitzed London.' The Club continued after the war and now offers about half a dozen evening recitals per season.

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www.milkmaidmusic.co.uk

Fortnightly evening Gigs ... Note also the Milkmaid Thursday Folk Club which is a 'monthly folk club for people with a disability. This club was started in 2008 and has proved to be extremely successful. It is regularly attended by 30 - 50 service users, family members and carers. Internationally and nationally known artists are booked to play at the club, always for a reduced fee and sometimes for free. The Milkmaid Thursdays are subsidised by the commercial Milkmaid Folk Club activities and the venue is donated by the Suffolk County Council who provide the studio room at The Apex in Bury St Edmunds'. In 2017, Milkmaid announced it was expanding its work to encompass Artshead 'which supports people recovering from alcohol and substance abuse through art and music'.

Category:Folk Clubs
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Also indexedThe Milkmaid Folk Arts Centre | Milkmaid Artshead
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www.burybachchoir.co.uk

'A group of enthusiastic people who love to perform the great choral works in wonderful surroundings ... We were founded in 1932 so have a long and interesting history. Over the years our repertoire has included all the great composers of choral music. We increase our horizons every year by mixing the familiar with the unfamiliar, including twentieth and twenty first century music.'

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www.semvc.com

‘Formed in 1988 by four teachers, St Edmundsbury Male Voice Choir currently numbers approximately 90 members drawn from Bury St Edmunds and its surrounding villages and as far afield as Ipswich, Norfolk and Cambridgeshire. The Choir has a wide repertoire of songs from 1940s swing, Welsh hymns, spirituals, folk songs and material from musical theatre, to tunes from the charts. Besides performing locally in Suffolk, the choir has toured extensively both within the United Kingdom and Europe assisting many charitable organisations in their fund raising activities. We regularly sing with other choirs, groups, bands, orchestras or solo artists.’

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www.suffolkmusic.co.uk/suffolk-sinfonia

'A symphony orchestra based at Bury St Edmunds in West Suffolk. Many concerts are given in and around Bury St Edmunds, and the orchestra also gives performances in the surrounding region. Professional music teachers make up the core of the orchestra which rehearses regularly on Wednesdays during term time. Music students and gifted amateurs also help to maintain the high standard of playing.'

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www.thevoicesquad.org.uk

The Voice Squad came into being in 1992, when 10 little girls crammed themselves into the lounge of Birgitta’s terraced house, and sang for half an hour on Saturdays. The sweetshop on the corner was a major incentive, and the gigs and Festival successes began immediately. As the troupes spilled out of the back door, new premises were found, and small boys initiated into the growing forces. Today there are 3 Squads, each with around 40 members, embracing young singers aged 4-20+. The cross-section of repertoire is huge, catering for all tastes and stretching the singers to pull off entertainment in a style unique to Voice Squad which has had audiences expanding to fill sell-out gigs.’

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www.stedscathedral.co.uk/music

'A popular venue for concerts and a major venue for the annual Bury St Edmunds Festival. It regularly hosts international performers, and boasts two superb musical instruments: the Cathedral organ is a large four manual instrument built in 2010 by Harrison and Harrison and the grand piano is a Steinway model D (2007).'

Category:Cathedrals
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