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www.hull.ac.uk/Faculties/face/arts/music.aspx

‘At Hull, you can become the musician you want to be. Whether it's pop, jazz, classical, musical theatre or film music, you can tailor your course to match your interests and be part of a lively, friendly community of musicians, composers and producers. Music is part of the School of Arts, and sits in the Faculty of Arts, Cultures and Education.’

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www.herog.btck.co.uk

‘Founded in 2010 to form a focus for those in the region who were interested in the organ and its music whether they be players, listeners or had an interest in the instrument, its design, structure and workings ... Meetings are held monthly, excepting December and August and over the past years have included visits to organs in the East Riding, York , North Lincolnshire, Rutland and Liverpool ... All meetings and visits are open to non-members.’

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www.hullchambermusic.org.uk

‘Hull Chamber Music (full name Hull Chamber Music Society) arranges high quality recitals of chamber music for the people of Kingston upon Hull and beyond, engaging professional musicians of international standing. Our season usually consists of six concerts held on Saturday evenings between October and April.’

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www.hullmusichub.com

‘Works for the benefit of children young people and the community, provides networking opportunities, influences decision making, informs and challenges practice; provides opportunities for new ideas and ways of working to be shared and explored; utilises existing funding and explores/attracts potential funding; contributes to better outcomes for children and young people; helps organisations to do what they already do – but better.'

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kingstonuponhullmusicalfestival.co.uk.websitebuilder.prositehosting.co.uk

‘Started in 1906 and, apart from the years between 1940 and 1943, has been held annually ever since. It has always been a competitive Festival and became hugely successful, especially during the 1950's & The Festival of Britain, the 1960's, 70's and 80's. It grew in entry numbers to become one of the largest in the country. Each of the Sections - Piano, Vocal and Choral, Instrumental, Verse and Drama, Schools' Dance needed a whole week of performance and adjudication sessions, each, using every morning, afternoon and evening. In 2007, entry numbers dropped considerably in the Piano, Instrumental & Vocal section, for a variety of reasons,but we managed to keep going, and now, with the input of a group of young, enthusiastic instrumental teachers, it is gradually returning to its former self.’

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www.hullbachchoir.org.uk

‘Has a well-established reputation in East Yorkshire for high quality performances of the world’s greatest and most popular choral works, especially in the Baroque repertoire, ably accompanied by local and not so local instrumental players who form the Hull Bach Orchestra.’

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Also indexedHull Bach Orchestra
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hullchoralunion.org

‘Founded in 1929 as a result of the amalgamation of two local musical societies, Hull Harmonic Society and Hull Vocal Society. The choir quickly established a strong reputation and has taken pleasure in bringing high quality choral events to the city of Hull ever since ... We perform an ever-extending repertoire from the great oratorios to contempory works. Each season typically consists of an autumn and a spring concert, with a Christmas performance of Handel’s Messiah and a Family Carol Concert on alternate years. Some of these events take place in the magnificent Hull City Hall.’

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www.hullphilharmonic.org

'Recognised as one of the nation's leading amateur symphony orchestras and has been a major feature in the city's cultural landscape for over 130 years. Performing a regular season of three concerts in Hull's magnificent City Hall, we boast a history of renowned conductors, including national figures such as Sir Henry Wood, founder of the Proms ... The story started in June 1881 when a small group of dedicated music lovers gathered at the George Hotel in Hull and proposed the formation of an orchestral music society. With just 27 players, a devoted committee and loyal patrons, the Hull Philharmonic Society was born. Today the orchestra has more than 80 members drawn from local professional and amateur musicians, and enjoys a broad and loyal audience base.'

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invitatione.org

‘Formed in 2011 by a group of local musicians and music teachers, and incorporates singers and players of all ages and from all walks of life. We aim to provide high quality live music in local venues, and to create enjoyable, challenging and varied performing experiences for our players and singers. We have performed large and small scale concerts in churches in Hull, Beverley and Driffield, raising money for charities and good causes. One of our principles is to offer a continually surprising programme. One concert might be a small-scale chamber concert featuring Baroque repertoire, and the next might be a large symphony or a large-scale choral work.’

Category:Chamber Choirs
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www.hulltheatres.co.uk

Hull City Hall offers a wide range of events each year, hosting top international names in contemporary live music as well as headline comedy acts, the world’s leading orchestras, celebrities, adventurers, drama, musicals, opera and more ... In 1911, the organ, built by Forster and Andrews of Hull, was installed in the main hall. This was controversial as some considered it too big for the space and it was only allowed to go ahead after a Government inquiry. Today it remains one of the largest working organs in use in the country.’

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hullminster.org

‘At Holy Trinity, we have strong artistic roots with 700 years of cultural and artistic tradition. We encourage artists and performers as well as cultivating participation in the arts for city centre communities ... In establishing an arts programme we have met with artists and enabled innovative use of the church building. We have made an open call for artists to come forward so we can think about how we can accommodate their projects. Whilst we strive for excellence, we also endeavour to nurture new talent by giving artists the ability to experiment and practice their arts in a well set up environment which is free to use at certain times. Our point of difference will be that our daytime provision of art will be free to audiences and free to performers.‘

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