Nearby: Reading


'Firmly established as one of Europe’s foremost early music courses ... The course offers inspiration and guidance to both singers and players of baroque music from an expert team of leading specialists in historical performance style.' Held Mid August.

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‘We invite you to come and play ukulele with us at Reading Ukulele Group. We have a wide mix of playing abilities in the group from those just starting out to seasoned players. As well as running the classes we play regularly at festivals and events in Berkshire and ​the surrounding area.’

Category:Ukulele Clubs
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’Berkshire's friendly festival of music and arts. Open to all ages from 7 to 77+ in speech, drama, instrumental and vocal classes ... The Woodley Festival of Music & Arts provides a warm and friendly environment to perform before a professional adjudicator and a supportive audience. In addition to being an enjoyable artistic success, the 2017 Festival saw some 7,350 visitors including 2,400 performers and 1,064 performances.’ Held Mid March.

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‘An amateur orchestra based in Reading, Berkshire. It’s named after the founder of Reading Blue Coat School, Richard Aldworth ... We present three concerts per year, plus occasional extra concerts, workshops and events. This isn’t unusual, but we do think that we are a little different from other orchestras. We try to be adventurous with our programming of a wide range of styles from a variety of periods and composers, trying less-known works alongside the popular classics. We especially love performing music by living composers, and have commissioned nearly 5 hours of new music from our young composers award winners over the last 15 years.’

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'A lively and entertaining group of female a cappella singers, who were founded in 1976 ... We rehearse weekly in Woodley near Reading, and perform regularly around Berkshire and beyond. Our repertoire spans 100 years of popular music; we sing in the barbershop style - four part close harmony.'

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'We are an established award-winning choir for female voices ... We attract singers and audiences from many miles around. Our repertoire is mainly classical with some folk, madrigals, spirituals and contemporary works and we aspire to reach the highest standards. Whether you are an experienced singer or have sung in the past and wish to take it up again, you will be very welcome. Singing in our choir is fun, stimulating, challenging and a great opportunty to make new friends.'

Category:Ladies Choirs
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‘The Pangbourne Band plays at a number of events through the year including fetes, bandstand and evening concerts and the occasional contest. If you are looking for a traditional local brass band and enjoy making music with a friendly group of like-minded people please feel free to come along and see how you get on. We would really love to see you! ... The Pangbourne All Comers’ Band was established in September 2009 and is open to anyone wishing to play any musical instrument.’

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‘The Band has been entertaining the community in and around Reading in the form of a brass band since 1904 ... The origin of the band dates back to the 19th century when a ladies’ sewing circle at the Spring Gardens Mission raised sufficient funds to purchase brass instruments for the Spring Gardens Wesleyan Mission Concertina Band. Records show that the band became a brass band in circa. 1904 and went from strength to strength winning many contests. However, in circa. 1933-34 it severed its connection with the chapel because of a dispute over the selling of scent cards and football tickets to raise money for the purchase of new uniforms and instruments which the leaders of the chapel objected to ... Membership of Watkins Brass provides a great opportunity for young people to learn how to play a brass instrument within the discipline of a group under the direction of an experienced brass tutor ... and welcomes young brass players under the age of 17 who have achieved or can perform to the equivalent of Grade 2 standard or higher.’

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'The Group, whose membership is evenly split between boys and girls, does one big concert a year but there are summer workshops and summer trips. They also play Christmas carols at Reading station to fundraise and offer A level showcases where school students can hear pieces on their syllabuses being performed. In choosing music for their own performances, the aim is to give the youngsters a really good range and repertoire so they get to know the classic pieces.'

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'We are a friendly, very informal amateur orchestra that meets on Saturday mornings from 10:00am - 12:15pm to enjoy playing classical music. All ages and abilities are welcome. Music is arranged to suit ability with help and encouragement given by the more experienced musicians. We hold three concerts a year for family and friends with the Easter concert in aid of an agreed charity.'

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'Founded in 1976, with the aim of forming a true community band, allowing musicians of all abilities and ages to meet together to improve their playing, both individually and as a band. The band has evolved over the years, but still remains true to this ideal ... Three times a year we have an evening concert ... A popular attraction for all of our concerts are the cakes available in the interval!' Venues for outdoor events include bandstands, fetes & galas, outdoor proms.'

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‘We are a long established choir based in Sonning Common performing three concerts a year in various locations within Berkshire and South Oxfordshire. Our repertoire is varied - classical, traditional, easy listening, jazz and contemporary - and gives both singers and audience a chance to experience the full range of music.’

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‘A symphonic wind band based in Lower Earley in Reading, Berkshire. We play music from a wide range of sources – classical transcriptions, original band compositions, music from stage and screen, pop and swing as well as the traditional marches!’

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‘A friendly village choir with ... around 45 members ... We perform a Christmas and summer concert each year and an Easter performance on Palm Sunday. We are invited to sing at other events and also visit local residential homes for a sing-along with the residents ... You do not need to be able to read music and we do not hold auditions, but you should be able to sing in tune. We welcome singers of any level of experience.’

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‘A group of around 35 ladies who love to sing ... We meet for two hours in Tilehurst, Reading every Wednesday afternoon to practise a wide variety of songs which we then perform in informal afternoon concerts to raise money for various charities ... A small group of us form a chamber choir which performs slightly more demanding pieces at each concert. This usually involves quite a lot of individual work since rehearsal time is very limited.‘

Category:Ladies Choirs
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‘A friendly, active and dynamic wind band based near Reading in Berkshire. We might be an ensemble of amateurs, but we’re proud of the extremely high standard we achieve, the lively and exciting performances we present and our thriving social scene!’

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Converted flour mill which opened as a Dinner Theatre in 1982: ‘The Mill continues to go from strength to strength thanks to its ever loyal staff and audience, having produced an abundance of plays and musicals. In 1984 The Mill at Sonning was given a conservation award by The Times newspaper and The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors for the design, restoration and conversion of the derelict mill into a dinner theatre, and recently was nominated Most Welcoming Theatre by the Theatre Managers Association’.

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'Throughout the year we organise an exciting variety of music events, featuring talented performers from within the University and visiting professionals ...'

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