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'Started out at the beginning of 1999 as the Mad Nanny! Folk Club. Our intention was to offer a diversity of folk and traditional music. Since then we've broadened the musical range and are noted for our diversity of musical style and quality guests and local performers.'

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'A community event that brings together the people of Baldock in Hertfordshire, UK. The Festival is probably the biggest event in the town’s calendar, providing a fortnight of events for a variety of ages and tastes during May each year ... A large selection of music tastes are catered for across a wide range of venues.'

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Annual Festival, first offered in 2011, runnng over an early Autumn weekend, and organized by Herts Jazz. Held Early October.

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'We present superb music in a comfortable and friendly setting. Musicians find Howgills the perfect home for chamber music and non-members are warmly welcomed to join us.'

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Fortnightly evening meetings, October - March (but one meeting in December): ‘Where Music Matters’.

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‘The Society usually meets on the first Wednesday of each month. Concerts start at 7.30pm. Doors open at 7pm.’

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Creative Royston is a group of volunteers in Royston, Hertfordshire (UK) whose aim is to celebrate and encourage local creativity all year round and give locals the opportunity to experience both professional and amateur work first-hand. Its main focus is Royston Arts Festival which covers art, craft, music, dance, drama, new writing and a whole lot more. Typically, the festival features about fifty events, including performances, exhibitions and workshops. Many of these are run independently by local clubs and societies.’ Festival held Late September.

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‘Formed in 1982 as the Letchworth Garden City Choral Society, the Letchworth Chorale is an amateur chamber style choir. We perform various types of choral music from mediaeval to modern, often including major choral works. Letchworth Chorale prides itself on being a friendly choir and we are always delighted to welcome new members for all voices. We strive to achieve high standards of performance, but also to enjoy ourselves in the process ... Formal voice training is not required, and we do not hold auditions for membership, but you must be able to read music sufficiently to follow a score, and sing in tune.’

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‘A community choir, open to anyone who would like to sing. No auditions; just come along to one of our rehearsals ... Our repertoire extends from jazzy show tunes to haunting sacred music. Rehearsals are fun and you don’t need to be able to read music. Singing in a choir is all about blending voices: You do not have to be soloist standard; just be able to breathe and sing! Singing is great for your health and wellbeing and the team spirit and camaraderie of our friendly group will have you hooked in no time!’

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‘We are a friendly and popular amateur chamber orchestra ... Performances take place each January and June, and we are always on the look out to grow our forces ... Can you help Letchworth Sinfonia? From putting up posters, to graphic design and social media, there are lots of ways you might be able to help us. Please visit our joining in page ...’

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‘Formed in 1974 ... We aim to be accessible, friendly and informal, but we do take seriously our desire to perform to the best of our ability ... We perform four concerts per year, in November, December, around Easter and in the summer.’ Open Rehearsals are ‘your chance to “have a go” and it's the time most new people join the choir. They happen in Autumn, Spring and Summer. While we hope most people will come back, there's no pressure to do so. If you decide to leave the choir at any time, please return all borrowed music straight away ... There are no auditions to join the choir, but we do expect people to be able to sing the same notes as the person next to them!’

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