Leatherhead Concert & Arts Scoiety was 'founded to secure the future of Music on Thursdays at LMC [Leatherhead Methodist Church]  and Wednesdays at Christ Church lunchtime concerts in Leatherhead's Churches. The Society's trustees bring broad experience of musicianship, business and charity management, and represent different expressions of faith'.


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'The Choir now numbers over 100 singers and we always offer a warm welcome to new members, whether experienced or novices. If you love singing and enjoy a warm and friendly social atmosphere, please come along and try it out for a week or two. We ask only that you can sing and, if you join us, that you come to rehearsals regularly.'


’The Society was formed in 1927 with the objective of promoting choral music in the locality and of taking part in the annual Leith Hill Musical Festival ... Participation in the Leith Hill Musical Festival has always been at the heart of the Society's activities. We also give regular concerts in the summer and in the autumn, plus our very popular carol concerts in the village at Christmas ... Most of our concerts are performed locally in Bookham, Leatherhead or Dorking and we occasionally perform in other Surrey venues.’


‘A friendly active society of keen amateurs who put on musical shows in the Fetcham Village Hall and the Nomad Theatre Horsley.‘


'We play a wide jazz repertoire which includes many of the popular swing standards of the interwar era, through to modern latin and funk. We have over 20 musicians including alto tenor and baritone saxophones, trumpets, trombones, rhythm and bass guitar, piano and of course drums. We are complemented by impressive vocalists.'


'Horsley Choral Society is a mixed choir of just under 70 singers founded in the 1920's and still going strong. HCS sings a variety of music, mostly classical choral music, but concerts have also included music from the movies, opera, show tunes, spirituals and jazz classics; in other words music both ancient and modern. The choir performs two concerts a year with professional soloists and musicians and also at the annual Leith Hill Music Festival at Dorking Halls. The choir regularly enjoys singing by invitation at public and private events. There is no audition; all that is needed is the ability to hold a tune and a love of singing. Singers of all voice parts are welcome to try a free taster rehearsal any Monday evening.'


‘A friendly and sociable amateur mixed voice choir of about 70 singers (non-auditioned), based in the town of Leatherhead, Surrey. We were founded in 1928 and perform two major concerts a year in addition to our annual appearance at the Leith Hill Musical Festival in the Spring, as well as regular Christmas charity concerts and other activities.‘


‘We are a mix of loyal members who’ve been with the society for years and new members, many of whom enjoy the society so much that they become LOS stalwarts too! We also have a number of teens and young people who started in LOS as children in shows ... We put on one large scale production a year at the Epsom Playhouse, and usually one “revue” type show such as an Old Time Music Hall, Songs from the Shows or concert, in a local village hall.’


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'We cater mostly for adult players but welcome younger ones, including those with little or no orchestral experience. The music we play is from the standard classical repertoire ... There are no specific entry standards or auditions, however you will probably need to have played for a couple of years, be playing reasonably in tune and be able to practise at home. At the end of each term we play through the rehearsed programme in front of families and guests. This is followed by a supper to round off the evening. We make no charge for attending the concert.'



'Began life as the Surrey String Players in 1932 when it was founded by Kathleen Riddick. In 1945 it expanded to become the Surrey Philharmonic Orchestra. Throughout its history many international artists have appeared with the orchestra, including Vladimir Ashkenazy, Jacqueline du Pré, Paul Tortelier, Steven Isserlis, Nigel Kennedy and Evelyn Glennie. On two occasions the orchestra has been the recipient of a Performing Right Society National Federation of Music Societies Enterprise Award.'


‘We are an a cappella Male Voice Barbershop Chorus, and draw most of our Members and Supporters from the Ashtead, Bookham, Epsom, Fetcham, Leatherhead, Tadworth and Sutton areas. We perform at concerts and regularly sing at other local venues. There's a great deal of enjoyment and satisfaction in singing together in close harmony ... From time to time, The Downsmen put on a Learn to Sing (LTS) course, which has been the route to membership for several of our current members.’


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'Founded in January 2018, is a mixed-voice chamber choir based in Surrey. The choir sings a wide range of music, with a leaning towards 20th and 21st century unaccompanied works. We are named after the area's most illustrious musical resident, the composer Ralph Vaughan Williams, whose choral music features in our repertoire alongside that of his contemporaries and others.'


’Nestled in the Surrey countryside, a beautiful concert venue constructed to give an outstanding classical music experience. We host a plethora of classical music events to rival any London concert hall (at a fraction of the price!).‘


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