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basingstokemusicandarts.org.uk

Held Early March. 'We are consistently commended on being a friendly festival with a strong emphasis on fun and all-round participation! We’d love to see entrants of all ages and abilities taking part this coming year, and we endeavor to see smiles, creativity and enjoyment from all involved.'

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www.basingsingers.org.uk

'An amateur mixed adult choir ... We sing a wide variety of music - you may not like everything we do, but you're sure to like something, and if your favourite isn't in our programme there are plenty of opportunities for choir members to make suggestions for future concerts. Typically we put on 3 major concerts in a year, but we also sing by invitation at other local events.'

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baos.org

'Founded in 1922; we are Basingstoke’s oldest musical society and we pride ourselves on providing first-class entertainment to audiences in Basingstoke and the surrounding areas.'

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baschoral.wixsite.com/bcsoc

'We have come a long way since it began - possibly as long ago as 1889 - but our aims vary little from those initiated when the Society first came into being. The choir remains strong, with around 140 committed members ...'

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www.bcband.org.uk

‘A traditional wind band with over forty playing members. The Band performs various engagements throughout the year, including charity concerts, bandstand concerts, and our own very popular Spring and Christmas concerts.’

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www.bhmvc.org.uk

'Formed in March 2011 to provide a means of relaxation for hospital staff and for the benefit of patients who can visit the hospital restaurant on Wednesday Evenings (with the agreement of the nursing staff on their ward) - when the choir rehearse. The initial membership was 8 and has now increased to 35+ and includes people who are not staff members but enjoy singing in a choir.'

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www.basingstokeladieschoir.co.uk

‘BLC is well known for its entertaining performance and its imaginative presentation. We are a 55-strong choir who sing all styles of music from secular, folk, show-stoppers to the latest chart-busters. In concert songs are sung from memory. The choir has made broadcasts on television and recordings and has performed with many UK and international choirs both at home and overseas.’

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www.basingstokemvc.org.uk

Formed 1964: ‘The Choir always welcomes new potential members. Novice or experienced singers can come along to our rehearsals, sit in with us, join in with us. Whilst having the ability to read music would be an asset it is by no-means a requirement. Potential members are first given a period of a few weeks to become familiar with the Choir’s requirements and procedures whilst rehearsing within their particular section: either Bass, Baritone, Second Tenor, or Top Tenor. When you feel comfortable and you decide that you would like to become a full member, a private audition with the Musical Director is arranged. This takes the form of singing scales and notes within your voice range so that the Musical Director can judge where best your vocal range fits within the choir. Although it sounds terribly formal be assured it is far from it and you can be sure of our help and support in encouraging you to use your voice’.

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www.facebook.com/BasingstokeSymphonyOrchestra/

‘Formed in 1930 by local musicians for the enjoyment of making music through rehearsals and concerts. For over 60 years we were the only symphony orchestra to perform regularly in Basingstoke. The Anvil has transformed the musical scene in Basingstoke and we are now one of the many symphony orchestras who enjoy the Anvil's wonderful acoustics - likened by one expert to “an Italian courtyard in summer”. The high standard of presentation achieved by the BSO, coupled with the Anvil's acoustics and facilities means that we have been able to attract many top name soloists to perform with the orchestra over the past few years.’ At Review, Website ‘temporarily unavailable’; changed Link to Facebook Page.

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www.bayo-hampshire.org.uk/ensembles-overview

‘Our eleven ensembles have a reputation for excellence and a membership of over 300 young people aged from 6 to 18. Ensembles are provided and run by Hampshire Music Service who charge a fee per term for membership ... The Friends of Basingstoke Area Youth Orchestras and Choirs is a charity which exists to provide ongoing financial, administrative and staffing support to the Ensembles in excess of that provided by Hampshire Music Service. Staffing is provided by volunteers. We have no paid employees.’

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Also indexedFriends of Basingstoke Area Youth Orchestras and Choirs
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www.deane-sinfonia.com

Formed 1980: ‘An amateur orchestra whose members form an eclectic mix of ages and backgrounds as well as playing abilities ... We usually perform three concerts per year, normally to raise money for charity or local good cause ... We welcome enquiries from prospective members’.

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www.tadleyconcertbrass.co.uk

Founded 1979: ‘We are based in the Hampshire Town of Tadley, in our own purpose built band room ... The band competes in Regional and National Competitions as well as providing Concerts and playing at Local events, Shows and Church Services ... The Band plays in the  region of 20 Engagements per year ... We have our own Training Band ... open to anyone from school age up and any ability wishing to start playing a Brass instrument’.

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www.wessexchamberchoir.co.uk

‘The choir consists of 25 to 30 mixed voices. Members come from a variety of musical backgrounds and live in Hampshire, Surrey and Berkshire. We meet weekly near Basingstoke to rehearse throughout the year and perform in a variety of venues across the region. In addition, we visit cathedrals around the country several times each year to take part in services in the absence of their resident choir.’

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www.anvilarts.org.uk

Anvil Arts runs The Anvil, The Haymarket and The Forge in Basingstoke. It is the largest performing arts organisation in Hampshire, serving a region which stretches across central southern England.’

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