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www.brbac.co.uk

'Principle role is to support all aspects of the Arts in the Borough. Committee members include representatives from local arts groups plus members and officers from the local council.'

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www.oxtedandlimpsfieldmusicsociety.org.uk

Founded 1946: ‘The Society aims to bring music of the highest standard to the area at reasonable prices whilst also encouraging young musicians. Four classical music and one jazz concert are given each year ... Membership is not required. Our concerts are open to all, but a significant saving may be made by subscribing to a season ticket for the five concerts’.

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www.reigate-redhillmusicfest.org.uk

'A two week Music Festival held in Reigate and Redhill, giving young performers and adults the opportunity to participate in adjudicated classes in instrumental music, singing, and speech and drama.' Held Mid May.

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www.bbcsinfo.org

‘Buckland and Betchworth was formed in 1923. Originally a "village" choir with members drawn mainly from the two villages, today we have members “commuting” from all over Surrey ... It doesn't matter if you think you are a bit rusty: there is no audition and you don't even have to read music. We are a social and friendly choir focused on enjoying making music together and improving our standards as a team - everyone is welcome!’

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www.englisharts.org

Founded 1980: ‘English Arts Chorale concerts appeal to a wide range of musical tastes, with major concertos rubbing shoulders with Russian folk music, and unaccompanied short works by living composers alongside the major choral-orchestral repertoire such as the Verdi Requiem ... Outstanding orchestral playing by the English Arts Orchestra complements the distinctive English Arts Chorale sound ... Concert venues include London's Queen Elizabeth Hall, Snape Maltings, major cathedrals and European touring. Soloists include distinguished and well-known names as well as some of the most exciting young artists of the next generation ... The English Arts Chorale often performs at least one major work per season entirely from memory, creating performances of immense energy and focus’.

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www.hurstgreensingers.co.uk

‘A friendly group of singers. We usually perform two concerts a year, one in May and the other in December, both of which are well attended ... There are no auditions, and there is no requirement to read music although this is an advantage. A willingness to learn is important but above all it's about enjoying the stimulation of singing together, the challenge of learning new works and the joy of being part of a successful performance.’

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www.thefunorchestra.co.uk

‘We are fun musicians who love music and try our best: * Grades - we don't care; * Auditions - we don't do them; * Music - we love it; * Fun - is what we are about ... Founded on 23rd March 2016. Set up as a warm welcoming fun Orchestra open to musicians in the North Downs region of Surrey, Kent, East & West Sussex & Southern London ... Our members are from a variety of musical backgrounds. Around 20% had never played in an Orchestra before. About 33% were new to their instrument some having only a few weeks experience and with about 40% returning to their instrument after a substantial break in playing, over 30 years in some cases.‘

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www.olcs.org.uk

‘Singing is good for you and we warmly welcome new members. The choir is a friendly, social choir committed to working together and to setting and raising standards in our choral singing ... Our repertoire includes Classical, Romantic and 20th Century composers ... On occasion we spice up our programme with lighter music using material from, for example, “Encores for Choirs” ... We traditionally prepare three concerts annually, one for Palm Sunday, a summer concert in June and a Christmas Carol concert on the first Saturday in December.‘

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www.redhillsinfonia.org.uk

'One of the oldest amateur orchestras in the country. Established in 1891 under the name of “Redhill Society of Instrumentalists”, during its long history it has been associated with many famous names – including Ralph Vaughan Williams and Gordon Jacob who were Presidents of the orchestra in 1946 and 1958 respectively – and has performed with numerous high-profile soloists ... The orchestra has a membership of nearly 60 amateur musicians and each year performs three concerts.'

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www.vocaldimension.co.uk

'Established in January 2010, we have now grown to a multi award winning 30-strong group. The four-part style in which we sing is one of the most challenging and rewarding styles for a vocal ensemble. Singing without any musical accompaniment, we use the blend of our voices, energy, enthusiasm and passion to create exciting and magical music which includes everything from traditional barbershop and show tunes to modern popular music ... Visitors are welcome to our rehearsals, but please let us know you're coming along.'

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www.harlequintheatre.co.uk

‘The Harlequin Theatre & Cinema is the entertainment venue in Redhill. With Live Music, Entertainment, Cinema, Comedy, Musicals, Event Cinema and much more!‘

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