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The Category Grays is a subset of Essex. Look at that broader Category to find a List of the Titles of all the Organizers, Performers and Venues associated with Grays 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):

- The Aveley and Newham Brass Band

 

! Grays KEY

'Facilitates opportunities to participate in and experience the best possible music making as part of personal development, educational, social, cultural and leisure activity. This is achieved by providing access to the broadest musical experiences, maximising learning and development for our communities in general and specifically for all children and young people.'

* Thurrock Music Education Hub

‘Offers local residents the opportunity to find their voice and join a Community Chorus. The Community Chorus meets weekly during term time and is open to anyone aged eight and over, living, working or studying in Thurrock. The Chorus works on a mixed repertory, chosen by its musical director with a focus on established and new work, as well as the Royal Opera House repertory. The Community Chorus is open to experienced singers and those with no previous singing experience ... Public performances across Thurrock and the wider region showcase the talent and commitment of the Chorus.’

+ Royal Opera House Community Chorus

'Founded in 1905, Thurrock Choral Society has been singing, under a variety of names, for over 100 years. Today the choir consists of around 25 singers ... We give several concerts a year, including a Christmas Concert with popular seasonal music, and our "Summer Soiree" - this is a mainly social evening at which the choir delivers popular repertoire alongside guest performers ... The choir also holds social events each year, all of which are open to non-members.'

 

+ Thurrock Choral Society

‘On 28 May 1919, at a meeting of the Tilbury Branch of the National Union of Railwaymen, it was agreed to form a brass band. By 1 July the Tilbury Railwaymen’s Band had called its first meeting and two delegates were appointed to travel to Shoeburyness to view a set of 24 instruments. At the next meeting 47 members were in attendance ... Today the Band continues to thrive, attracting talented players from both the local area and further afield and competes and performs at concerts and events throughout the year.‘

 

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