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www.dunfermlinefolkclub.co.uk

’Aims to support all with an interest in Folk music, and give performers and appreciative listeners the chance to make and enjoy folk music. The first Dunfermline Folk Club started in 1961, and ... an informal culture that supports performance and participation is what the Club is all about. All are welcome, so come along and see what you make of it.’

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www.djchorus.co.uk

‘We are open to boys and girls from Primary 2 to 7 and Secondary 1-6. Membership is open to all interested children, and there is no pre-requisite for admission. If you are interested in singing, you will love being in Dunfermline Junior Chorus. The Chorus is split into 4 choirs: The Wee Music Makers, The Music Makers, The Junior Choir, and the Senior Choir. Our repertoire is diverse and ranges from African to Gospel to Traditional and Popular. We perform a minimum of 3 concerts per year.’

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fyjo.org.uk/rehearsals/

The Fife Youth Jazz Orchestra is unique in Scotland. It was founded in 1976 by the energetic, award-winning jazz musician and composer Richard Michael OBE. Over the years he has introduced hundreds of youngsters between the ages 8-24 to the particular musical freedom that jazz with its emphasis on improvisation offers ... Following his philosophy that “Mistakes are cool!” and that FYJO rehearsals are where it’s OK to get it wrong, Richard has given his young musicians the opportunity to grow as individuals as well as becoming confident instrumentalists. One mark of the success of his inspirational teaching is that band members are regularly accepted onto the jazz course at the Royal Conservatoire for Scotland in Glasgow.‘

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www.kingdombrass.org.uk

‘Formed in August 1999 after the amalgamation of the Cowdenbeath and the Kelty & Blairadam Bands ... Kingdom Brass is graded in the Championship Section, and performs at various concerts, festivals and competitions all over the UK and abroad.‘

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www.lochgellyband.com

‘Formed at some time during the early to mid 19th century although the first recorded instance of a brass band in the town dates from 1854 so this is generally regarded as the date of formation. Since its formation the band have been active participants in both the contest arena and in public performance. The Band are an integral part of the local community and can be regularly seen at community events, including the town gala day parade and the annual service of Remembrance. We also present several concerts throughout the year including our annual summer concert and the not to be missed Lochgelly Christmas concert.’

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rosythconcertband.webnode.com

‘Community band for all. Emphasis on fun. Come and join the party! ... Who can join the band? * Anyone with a suitable instrument (brass, woodwind or percussion) and musicianship; * Anyone with musicianship but no instrument, providing an instrument is available from the band's stock; * Complete novices - providing an instrument is available and there is a willingness to commit to tuition and personal practice.’

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