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'A mixed choir of 35 singers, based in the village of St Neot, but with members drawn from both Devon and Cornwall ... The choir performs music from a very wide repertoire, including classical, church music, rock ballads, spirituals and musicals - from Tallis to Tavener, Beatles to Broadway, and everything in between.'

 

'Auditioned choir of amateur singers, currently about 40 strong ... Bach features in many programmes but the choir also performs a wide range of music from the choral repertoire. ECBC usually gives three concerts a year, one ... just before Christmas ... one in May and one in June.'

‘Based in Looe, Keltique is a thriving and passionate award-winning vocal group of women of all ages and musical abilities, who share one thing - a love and enthusiasm for the music they sing, from modern pop and songs from the shows to gospel and traditional classics. We perform all over South East Cornwall - from Polperro to Liskeard to St Germans, as well as in Looe - whether more formally in local churches and halls, at the Looe Music Festival, the West Looe May Fayre, the Polperro Arts Festival, at Christmas lights ceremonies, or informally at flashmobs, at weddings and parties, on the beach or in the pub! – and we always aim to present a versatile musical repertoire but, most of all, we just love singing together!’

 

‘A history going back over 150 years. Our main aim is to provide the local community with an understanding and appreciation of brass band music. We encourage players of all ages and abilities to join in and enjoy being involved in the performance of live brass band music. The band is always looking to the future and is currently recruiting new players – we welcome players aged 7-70+!’

 

Offer a range of concerts around and about Liskeard, as well as participating in male voice and other festivals.

 

'Formed in 1923 in Polperro (where we still perform regularly in the Methodist Chapel), we aim to provide the very best in traditional Cornish and modern choral music. The objective of the choir’s charity is the advancement of public education in choral music and, to that end, we accept invitations to visit schools, hospitals and care homes and we ensure that almost all of our concerts are free, while raising large sums for various charities. The majority of our concerts are in the local area, including Looe RNLI boathouse which has surprisingly good acoustics, but we also travel much more widely when we can.'

 

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‘Sterts must be one of the UK's most unusual theatrical settings: an 400-seat amphitheatre nestling on the grassy side of Bodmin Moor, in the open Cornish air yet protected from summer rain by a massive canopy ... With community at the heart of everything we do, 4 Sterts Theatre Company shows are produced each year with local people of all ages taking part. The best of local and national touring theatre make up the rest of the summer and studio programmes, with the summer shows in the outdoor theatre, and the remainder in the studio in the colder months ... Sterts Singers are the resident singing group.’

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