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www.open-concerts.co.uk/gillingham-dorset/

The Category Gillingham (Dorset) is a subset of Dorset. Look at that broader Category to find a List of the Titles of all the Organizers, Performers and Venues associated with Gillingham which have so far been described in this Directory. Clicking on a Title will link you to the Entity's Full Record.

 

In contrast, the following Entities do NOT (currently) have Records in 'Open Concerts and Recitals'. Here, clicking on a Title of interest should link you to a relevant external Website (or Facebook Page):

- Sturminster Choral Society

- Wincanton Choral Society

- Wincanton Silver Band

 

info073404.wixsite.com/dbcc

'A haven for the study of Bach's most significant choral music. Because all our activities together are packed into six days a year, it’s possible to combine membership with that of almost any other choir or group: a weekend in February, one in May, one in October.  Coaching and direction are committed to historically informed performance. It has to be said that choir members may spend many hours in private study of the cantatas. There is no audition at present, but members practise when possible to improve the overall success of the weekend.'

 

www.ruthrogers.net/chamber-music/

Six evening concerts between October and July each year promoted by the violinist Ruth Rogers.

 

www.facebook.com/GillinghamBand/

‘The Band are on hand for civic events, such as remembrance parades as well as church services, carnivals, and community concerts ... As well as performing concerts, Gillingham band takes part in several contests throughout the year. Perhaps the most important contest the band take part in every year is the regional qualifier (also known as “the areas”). There are 8 separate area contests in the UK which take place on the weekends throughout March & April time every year.’

 

gillinghamsingers.org

‘An amateur SATB choir of about thirty members. We have been established for over 60 years ... We meet during term time, to rehearse a wide variety of works for our concerts. Our concerts are held at various local venues. We also arrange social events for our members. We are not a church choir & members of all denominations or none are welcome.’

Also indexedSilton Singers

sites.google.com/site/shaftesburyorchestra/

‘A group of amateur musicians who rehearse in term times on Monday nights at Port Regis School, Motcombe, near Shaftesbury ... We end each term with a concert at Port Regis. Entry to concerts is free, with a retiring collection for local charities ... We aim to steadily improve our standard, while at the same time enjoying ourselves!’

 

www.shreenharmony.co.uk

‘A community choir based in Mere, Wiltshire ... Shreen Harmony perform throughout the local area at different events, ranging from church fetes, family pubs to more established organised gatherings ... Shreen Harmony sing a variety of musical genres, from traditional Christmas Carols through to African and Soul music, fun being at the heart of it all. There is a wonderfully informal attitude in Shreen Harmony, and people are encouraged to join: there is no audition.’

www.spectramusica.co.uk

Spectra Musica is an auditioned chamber choir ... based in Wincanton, Somerset. We perform three times a year throughout the South West of England. At our heart is a repertoire which spans six centuries and embraces all styles of music ... We have 27 singers and are always willing to audition potential new recruits, please get in touch if you are interested.’

sturminsternewtono.wixsite.com/snorch

‘We are a group of musicians of all standards and ages who meet on Saturday mornings during term time to play a variety of music and enjoy playing music together ... As a rule we do not put ourselves under pressure by giving public performances, but at the end of each term we put on a very informal “open rehearsal/concert” at the Exchange in Sturminster Newton to anyone who wants to come and hear us!’

 

www.musicatgmc.org.uk

‘The special concerts at Gillingham Methodist Church started in 2004 as part of our appeal to raise money for the restoration of our beloved Sweetland organ. The restoration is complete, but the concerts continue! In 2008 we re-launched ourselves as Music at GMC.  Our aim is to bring top-quality music to Gillingham and the surrounding area by inviting local musicians and wider-known celebrity musicians to come and perform at GMC. With this in mind, we extend a warm welcome to all. We hope that you will enjoy our latest concert offerings and that we will see you at some of our events.’

 

Also indexedMusic at GMC

www.portregis.com/402/a-port-regis-education/...

Port Regis is a co-educational day and boarding school for children aged 2-13 that enjoys an enviable reputation as one of the leading Prep schools in the country ... The stunning and purpose-built Farrington Music School is at the heart of musical life at Port Regis ... We have several wind, brass and string ensembles, two school orchestras, 2 senior and 4 junior choirs, samba band, swing band and many other formal and informal groups all of which give regular concerts throughout the year. Performance Days and Novices' Concerts introduce beginners to the thrill of performing in public and to the excitement of playing with other people and for other people. It is that thrill that makes the practising so much easier!‘

 

Also indexedFarrington Music School

stmaryssturminsternewton.org.uk

The Church was originally linked with Glastonbury until the dissolution of Abbey. It was re-modelled in the 19th Century: ‘The organ is a splendid instrument made by J.C. Hele of Plymouth in the late 19th century. It has 23 ranks of pipes. It has been restored twice, once in 1975 by John Budgen of Bishop and Sons and recently in 2000 by Stephen Cook of Westbury in Wiltshire’.

 

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