A-Z of CATEGORIES

Nearby: Sutton

ans.wildapricot.org

‘ANS encourages and helps facilitate collaboration between the arts sector, the voluntary sector, commercial organisations and local government, aiming to increase arts activities within the community ... ANS provides a comprehensive online diary of events and social networking facility, showcasing the breadth of arts activities taking place within the borough ... ANS promotes, organises and supports arts events within the borough'

Visits to the Website20
Views of Full Record51

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

Fortnightly meetings: 'Prospective members are always welcome'.

Visits to the Website39
Views of Full Record160

www.suttoncoldfieldtradjazzclub.com

'We aim to: PRESERVE Jazz Age music; PRESENT top trad bands; PROMOTE our jazz heritage; PROTECT it from decline; PAMPER dancers & listeners; Offer a PACKAGE of Real Music, Real Dance, Real Ale & well stocked bar for a Real Good Night Out.'

Category:Jazz Clubs
Visits to the Website50
Views of Full Record108

www.suttonmusicservice.org.uk

’As lead partner in the Sutton Music Hub, Sutton Music Service works with a range of partner organisations to create all kinds of opportunities for children and young people in the London Borough of Sutton to have an excellent, high quality music education ... Sutton Music Service now exists as part of Sutton Education Services Ltd (SES), a joint venture company between the London Borough of Sutton and local schools. SES will continue to be the leading provider of education support services to local schools and academies, working closely with the London Borough of Sutton, local schools and other educational settings. Sutton has a national reputation for excellence in education, and is consistently one of the best performing local authority areas in England.’

Visits to the Website3
Also indexedSutton Music Hub
Views of Full Record9

www.carshaltonchoral.org.uk

‘A friendly amateur choir of over 100 members, rehearsing weekly ... We are always pleased to welcome new singers in all voices and do not require auditions. We put on at least four concerts a year, usually including two major choral works with professional orchestra and soloists, a summer concert of a lighter nature; and a Christmas concert.’

Visits to the Website10
Views of Full Record26

enigmabrass.org.uk

‘A group of orchestral brass musicians mainly based in the Sutton Coldfield area of Birmingham. We are rapidly gaining a reputation for the variety and quality of our performances. We mainly appear in the 10 piece format made popular by the Philip Jones Brass Ensemble and subsequently London Brass, though we have been known to appear with as many as 25 performers on stage! We aim to make our music as approachable and enjoyable as possible, but we always try to introduce our audiences to less well known or new music.’

Category:Brass Ensembles
Visits to the Website28
Views of Full Record88

www.impromptu.org.uk

'An award-winning female choir that has been delighting audiences and adjudicators at concerts and competitions for 25 years. Based in Sutton in Surrey, we were British Adult Choir of the Year finalists in 2008, winners of the Manchester Amateur Choral Competition in 2010, and winners of Bournemouth Choir of the Year in 2016 – and we've got plenty of exciting plans for the future! ... We welcome enquiries from all voices throughout the year. Sight-reading is not essential, but previous singing experience is preferred. Come and sing with us for a few weeks, and if you enjoy our company and our repertoire, then an informal audition can be arranged.'

Category:Ladies Choirs
Visits to the Website23
Views of Full Record52

www.royalsuttoncoldfieldorchestra.org.uk

‘The RSCO, founded in 1975, performs up to six concerts per year, including a young soloists concert ... The RSCO has approximately 50 members and performs across the Sutton Coldfield district under professional, guest conductors. Repertoire is very wide-ranging, and we often use extra players for larger works. We also have a thriving Youth Orchestra which caters for 8-16 year olds, and parts are adapted to suit the player. They perform regularly in their own right, but we also arrange an annual children's concert where members of both orchestras perform together.’

Visits to the Website57
Views of Full Record124

www.suttonchoral.com

'Although the choir has been in existence for over 40 years, the history of choral singing in the town goes back much further to 1902 when a choir gave a concert at Blackroot, in Sutton Park, to celebrate the Coronation of King Edward VII. We are a mixed voice choir of approximately 55 members and perform works from a Sacred and Secular repertoire in two concerts each year. These are usually in May and December.'

Visits to the Website28
Views of Full Record82

www.scmtc.co.uk

‘SCMTC has been entertaining the Midlands since 1933 - why not come and see our next show? ... Join Us? No one particularly likes to audition - that's a well known fact. But all we require to give you membership status is a short audition including a bit of script reading, and to provide you with a chance to show us your singing style and range, with a song of your choice.’

Visits to the Website6
Views of Full Record9

www.suttonsymphonyorchestra.org

'An amateur orchestra which aims to provide the opportunity for players of a reasonable standard to experience rehearsing and performing works from the orchestral repertoire. SSO believes making music should be fun but challenging ... The Orchestra performs three major public concerts per year within the London Borough of Sutton.'

Visits to the Website34
Views of Full Record82

www.stmarysewell.com/mus/

'St Mary’s Choir has a long tradition of providing first rate music for the services. Indeed, St Mary’s is one of the few remaining choirs in England still to sing Choral Mattins regularly as well as the more usual services of Eucharist and Evensong ... St Mary’s is honoured to have a large and quite superb ‘Father’ Willis pipe organ of three manuals and pedals, built in 1889 by “Father” Henry Willis – one of the greatest of English organ-builders in the Nineteenth Century – to a specification and quality closely similar to the renowned organ of Truro Cathedral (built two years earlier by the same distinguished Company) ... Concerts and recitals are a feature of Parish life; a regular series being arranged throughout the year.'

Category:Churches
Visits to the Website48
Views of Full Record117

Directory Statistics

There are 4034 listings and 767 categories in our website

Recently Added Listings