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Nearby: Maidstone

maidstonearts.org

'Exists to promote active participation in the arts so that individuals lead happier and more fulfilling lives and our communities are made stronger.'

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

‘We are a friendly group who share a love of music - mainly, but not exclusively, classical. Programmes are presented by members and, occasionally, by visiting sperakers, in an informal and entertaining way and we learn a lot from each other. Light refreshments are provided. Until recently we were the Maidstone Recorded Music Society, founded in 1965 ... Visitors are very welcome to attend any Centre programme as temporary members.’

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www.myms.org.uk

Formed 1974: ‘MYMS has at the present time almost 200 members who play in a percussion ensemble, a string ensemble, a string orchestra, a symphony orchestra and 3 wind orchestras. The members come from about 20 different schools in the Maidstone and Mid Kent area in the south east of England ... MYMS is almost exclusively funded by (a) membership fees and (b) donations at our concerts’.

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musicatmalling.com

‘An eclectic mix of music including classical, jazz, folk, world and contemporary music ... Promotes outstanding artists in historical venues in and around West Malling, Kent.’ Held Mid -Late September.

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www.suttonvalencemusicsociety.com

'Founded in 1973, offers six concerts a year between September and March.'

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www.bearstedchoral.org.uk

'We have a committed approach to our singing but our primary aim is to enjoy making music together. The choir is known for its friendliness, something which is highly valued by its members ... The society welcomes new members in all voice parts - soprano alto tenor and bass. We do not hold auditions and ask only that you are enthusiastic, committed and sing in tune. Our musical season begins each September and is divided into three terms. Each term we rehearse a work or works for concert performance generally engaging professional soloists.'

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www.eastpeckhamsilverband.org.uk

‘Our friendly and thriving Silver band is based in the village of East Peckham right in the heart of the Garden of England. First formed in 1895 we have a long and successful history and can boast the title of the oldest surviving Village band in Kent. The band can be seen at a range of events and venues across the South East and are available for Concert Performances, weddings and community events.’

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invictajazz.com

‘The Biggest Big Band you’ll ever see! ... A friendly group of approximately 40 amateur musicians with a huge variety of ages: from GCSE students to retired! Our repertoire is heavily varied, ranging from Jazz Standards and the Big Band Era of the 20s to modern arrangements ... and includes both vocal and instrumental numbers, so there is something for everyone.’ Perform in and around Maidstone, Kent.

Category:Big Bands
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www.kpmvc.org.uk

'The choir is open to serving and retired police officers, civilian staff, those with links to the service and also members of the community. It is an ambassador for Kent Police and is supported by them, although it is self-financing ... our sincere thanks go to the long suffering wives, sweethearts, partners and families who give us such tremendous support.'

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www.kyjo.co.uk

‘It’s all in the name. Kent Youth Jazz Orchestra (KYJO to its friends) is a group of talented young musicians playing an exciting mix of jazz standards, jazz-rock and jazz-funk. They come from across the county to perform at major concert venues, jazz clubs and festivals as well as running jazz workshops in Kent and further afield.

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www.mso.org.uk

Formed in 1910: 'MSO is a superbly well-balanced mix of local professionals and ex-professionals, music teachers and excellent amateur players who come together regularly on a voluntary basis to produce concerts of a professional standard. This entails great commitment by the players, many of whom travel from all over Kent, and beyond, to attend MSO's weekly Thursday evening rehearsals'.

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Also indexedMaidstone Orchestral Society
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www.maidstonewindsymphony.org

‘Award-winning wind orchestra ... one of the United Kingdom's leading wind ensembles renowned for its passion and innovation ... We welcome applications from players of approximately grade 8 standard. We are also keen to encourage emerging talent of a lesser playing standard where possible ... MWS performs between five and six concerts each season. We understand that our members have lives outside of music and it is not essential to play in every concert. Players are simply asked to commit themselves fully on a concert-by-concert basis to the rehearsals and performance.‘

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maosmusicals.co.uk

‘Talented group of Friendly people who put on High quality shows & performance events throughout Kent.’

Category:Maidstone
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www.oldbarnos.com

‘The Old Barn Orchestra (the orchestra for Medway and Maidstone) was founded in 1927 ... Its name derives from its first meeting place, which was the music room – a converted barn - of Dr Ponder and his family at Abbey Court in Sandling  ... Since the 1990s, programmes have included Glazunov’s Saxophone Concerto, Vaughan Williams’ Tuba Concerto, the first performance in Kent of Percy Whitlock’s Organ Symphony and less conventional music from the likes of Poulenc, Krommer and Milhaud. Familiar great composers have not been neglected, but the list includes the great symphonists Franck, Balakirev and Bruckner. Since 2013 the schedule has included symphonies by Mozart, Haydn, Schumann, Brahms, Beethoven, Mendelssohn and Tchaikovsky, as well as shorter works by Fauré, Saint-Saëns, Donizetti, Gluck, Järnefelt and Elgar.’

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westmallingcc.wordpress.com

‘An inclusive and friendly musical group, formed to bring local people together to enjoy singing and making music. We have been going since February 2012 after an appeal to see if a choir would be popular with people from the local community. The response was amazing with a massive turn-out for the first session and after a short trial the members voted to carry on ... We now have around 120 people on our books and 60-100 people come along on a weekly basis to sing together.’

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