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www.coolhandukes.co.uk

‘A fun & friendly ukulele group based in Lewes ... Some of us are absolute beginners, others are accomplished ukulele players. The rest of us fall in between. But we all contribute, and we all have a good time. If you feel like joining in, come along and - join in! We welcome everyone. If you are just starting to learn the ukulele, come along and sing-along. For part of the evening we play songs with well know chords, as well as some more challenging, but the emphasis is on fun.’

Category:Ukulele Clubs
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www.leweschambermusicfestival.com

'Began its life in the summer of 2012 when 8 musicians were invited by the Festival's founder and violinist, Beatrice Philips to come down to Lewes and perform six concerts of the finest chamber music to local audiences over one weekend. The concerts proved so popular that audiences insisted it happen again the following year.' Held Mid June.

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nyslewes.org.uk

'The Society was named after the publisher Nicholas Yonge (c1560-1619) who was chosen as being a Lewisian of considerable importance in the development and performance of music in England. Yonge was behind the publication of Musica Transalpina (1588) a collection of Italian madrigals which stimulated the singing and composing of madrigals in the 16th and 17th century.' Normally five concerts each season from October to March.

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uckfieldmusicclub.uk

'Organises and presents first class chamber music concerts, performed by established artists of national and international renown. It also provides a platform for young, highly gifted, up and coming artists, whose quality has been recognised by prizes and awards in major competitions.’

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www.whitehorsefolk.co.uk

'Has hosted folk nights every other Monday since 1993 ... We welcome all musicians, the very young and the very old, the very amateur and the very professional. We try and book a guest once every two months. On guest nights, naturally, there is less time for the floor spots. The word folk in our name may be slightly misleading. We attract both traditional and contemporary folk singers and players, blues singers, blue grass bands jug bands and country singers. In fact, all folks are welcome.'

Category:Folk Clubs
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www.buxtedsymphonyorchestra.org.uk

‘Founded in 1974 by Nancy Jacks as the Uckfield Youth Orchestra, it started with five members, soon increased to twenty, and was later joined by adults, and it established a series of charity concerts. In 1995 it took its present name ... We welcome all ages, and especially brass players! ... We perform in Buxted Park, Uckfield and in Seaford, giving concerts three or four times a year.’

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www.glyndebourne.com

'Glyndebourne is an opera house in the Sussex countryside. It is home to: The annual Glyndebourne Festival; Glyndebourne Tour; A widely respected education programme; A library of audio-visual recordings of Festival productions, many now available on CD and DVD.'

Category:Opera Companies
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www.losmusicaltheatre.org.uk

‘We have been bringing high quality musical theatre to Lewes since 1911. Staging our productions involves a lot of hard work for a cast and crew of about 80. In fact, LOS is made up of about 200 members of all ages and from all walks of life. We stage two productions each year, usually at Lewes Town Hall ... The Society often puts on concerts and performs at functions too.’

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sussexharmony.org.uk

'Founded in 1992 to research, reconstruct and perform the little known music of the English Church and Independent Chapel from 1700 to 1850, and its derivatives from New England and the Southern States - a tradition that continues with new music to the present day ... The quire's membership is drawn from people of all ages with a variety of interests and consists of an enthusiastic band of amateur singers and instrumentalists. Weekly practices are held on Thursdays in Lewes and new members are always welcome. Our current membership is around 20 and we have a bassoon, oboe, clarinet and recorder, with occasional flute and violin. We are of all – or no – religious persuasions. Though we tend to practice and perform in churches and chapels we have also performed in venues ranging from theatres to breweries!'

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www.bridgecottageuckfield.co.uk

Come and enjoy our music concert series held within the hall chamber of our 15th Century Medieval Wealden Hall House.’

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