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ryedalemusic.mymusicstaff.com

'Our lessons are tailored to the individual need of each student whether they are a child or adult. As well as playing for just for fun, our students also have the opportunity to enter for ABRSM, Trinity Guildhall and Rockschool music examinations. We are family friendly and have a comfortable waiting area with complimentary refreshments.'

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www.harmoniachoir.co.uk

'A 60-strong all-female community choir based in the North Yorkshire market town of Malton ... We predominantly sing in 3 or 4 parts, and perform a wide range of material from pop to gospel, choral to jazz and everything in-between. We take part in a number of concerts each year, many for local charities ... Our members range in age 21-70+, some of whom have been singing for decades while others are completely new to it.'

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www.kirkbyband.co.uk

'We currently have a Senior Band, Junior Band, Learner Band, Community Band and a Beginner Band. Over 90 musicians in all. The band has always been a subscription band and rely on the generosity of the public for support.'

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www.stapesilverband.co.uk

'A community brass band based in Pickering ... Throughout the year we perform concerts at a variety of venues in & around the local area, and occasionally internationally. We aim to entertain our audiences with "something a little different": i.e. music with a "tune", played with a rich full sound, & delivered with clean precision & style. Anyone may join. If you would like learn to play, our training band offers one to one tuition, a loan instrument, and when you are ready the chance to play in an ensemble.'

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www.helmsleyarts.co.uk

'A thriving performance venue for theatre, music, dance, talks, cinema and live broadcasts, plus exhibitions, classes and a range of creative activities for children. The management of the Arts Centre, initially entirely voluntary, has gradually been professionalised, but the success of the project continues to depend on a large group of volunteer staff and participants, and on the wider support and enthusiasm of our rural community.'

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