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'Supports arts projects in the voluntary sector, with funds mostly provided by East Dunbartonshire Council.'

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'Promotes a highly regarded International Chamber Music Concert Series and has been doing so since 1942. Concerts take place each month from October to April. The intimate atmosphere and warm acoustic of Cairns Church is an excellent setting for these wonderful concerts.'

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'A youth orchestra for children aged 8 - 18. We have four sections, currently best described as friendly ensembles: • String Orchestra; • Wind Band; • Concert Orchestra; • Symphony Orchestra.'

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'Our Season extends from late August to mid May ... The choir undertakes at least four performances every season in a range of venues ... We sing a wide range of musical styles and perform works by composers from the traditional to the entirely contemporary. We enjoy singing with highly acclaimed professional soloists and orchestras. Singers eager to join the choir are advised to come along for a rehearsal or two to get a better feel for how we operate before going forward for audition ... This is generally a very relaxed experience involving a few voice exercises ... to ensure individuals are placed in the best section for their voice.'

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'A community wind orchestra ... The Band was formed in 1973 and performs throughout Central Scotland and beyond, with occasional overseas tours. We have a regular calendar of concerts which includes indoor and outdoor events, charity concerts and festivals, with a varied repertoire ranging from classical to contemporary to film and popular music.'

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‘The choir come from the Royal Burgh of Kirkintilloch about 20mins to the north of Glasgow and 40mins. from Edinburgh. KMVC were formed ... in 1921 John Knox started a choir in the town. The choir perform throughout the area mainly for charitable and other good causes.’

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Westerton Male Voice Choir came about because a sodden bowling green prevented members of the Westerton Bowling Club from playing, one day in 1957. Some of the thwarted members gathered round a piano in the pavilion and were so pleased with their efforts that they decided to set up a choir ... From its humble beginnings in the corrugated iron Village Hall, the move to a larger venue for the Annual Concert heralded the broadening of the choir's ambition to entertain in the whole of the local community and not simply in its original village setting. WMVC's sphere is now the whole of Bearsden and Milngavie District, West of Scotland and beyond. The singing will never be done.’

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