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'The four day Eisteddfod takes place in March where you will hear many fine performances in a pleasing atmosphere throughout the various venues. Events such as a four day Eisteddfod do not just come about, careful planning has to be done and much of the year seems to be taken up with it; but our committee is dedicated to the Eisteddfod cause.'

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‘Formed in 1958. Its purpose is the stimulation of and appreciation of programmes of recorded music, in a friendly atmosphere. Visiting members are always welcome to attend our meetings.’

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'A female voice choir which was formed in 2008 with just 12 members. They have established themselves at the forefront of international choirs, having been winner of the Llangollen International Eisteddfod in Wales in 2012 and 2015 ... Members come from all walks of life, and include teachers, students, nurses and executives. The ages range from 17 to early 60s, and the group includes a number of mother and daughter combinations.'

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‘A four-part mixed choir. We give three main concerts a year in and around Kettering, drawing on mainstream choral works for our autumn and spring programmes but employing a lighter approach in the summer ... If you would like to join Camerata Singers, you are welcome to come to several rehearsals to see if this is the choir for you ... We don’t hold auditions, but most of us read music at least a little.’

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'Comprised of players from all around the surrounding villages and towns. We are a registered charity and put on several classical music concerts every year for the benefit of the local community and the members of the orchestra. Currently the Orchestra has around 60 musicians ranging in age from teenagers to pensioners. The Orchestra currently presents two concerts each year, one in the spring and one in the winter, and also has an informal six week summer term to try different kinds of music.'

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'Established 1871. Kettering Town Silver Band was originally known as "Stanley's Band" and was made up from workmen at Harry Stanley's Boot and Shoe factory in Albert Street Kettering ... We hope that you can support us and come along to the public events that we attend throughout the year. We are always looking for more concerts that we could play at ...'

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'Well-established, highly regarded and popular, all-female choir ... All concerts and competitions are performed without copies, and some pieces have simple choreography. New members are not required to audition to join, nor read music, but an ability to sing in tune is helpful ...'

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The choir consists of approximately 23 ladies, ages ranging from 20-60+. Some have musical backgrounds, some who don’t read music, some who had never sung in a choir until they joined The Songbirds. If you fall into any of those categories you are more than welcome. Our repertoire really is very extensive, ranging from Sacred to Pop, Musicals to Gospel.' ALERT Unable to raise Songbirds’ Website at Review; replaced with Link to Facebook Page.

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‘In January 1933, Mr. Fred Felton called the Northants Evening Telegraph to say: "We are going to form a band and we are going to aim high". Two years later the Munn and Felton Works Band were champions of Great Britain - and a brass band legend was born that has lived on ever since. Under the names of Munn and Felton Works Band, The GUS (Footwear) Band, Rigid Containers Group Band, Travelsphere Holidays Band and now the Virtuosi GUS Band, the sound of Kettering brass has rung throughout the world in concert halls, on television and radio and on records and CDs. On many occasions, the Midlanders have dented Northern pride (traditionally the home of brass banding), by winning no less than six national titles, the British Open Championships and being proclaimed World Champions.’

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