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The Category Scunthorpe is a subset of Lincolnshire. Browse through the Brief Records in the Category or look at the broader Category to find a List of the Titles of all the Organizers, Performers and Venues associated with Scunthorpe which have so far been described in this Directory. Clicking on a Title will link you to the Entity's Full Record.

 

In contrast, the following Entities do not (currently) have Records in 'Open Concerts and Recitals'. Here, clicking on a Title of interest should link you to a relevant external Website (or Facebook Page):

- Barton Musical Theatre Company

- Lydian Choir

- Scunthorpe Concert Band

 

! Scunthorpe KEY
VISITS (to Website)44
VIEWS (of this Record)56

‘Epworth is a large village - some call it a small town - in North Lincolnshire. Initially held on 21st June, Epworth Music Day is now held on the nearest Saturday to the 21st of June. For the whole of that day - normally from 10am to 11pm - the village operates as one large base for music, dance and song. A bit like a large session venue - but across the community. We attract all types of music, song and dance, and the performances are both informal and impromptu as well as programmed. No one gets paid to perform and all performances are free of charge to enjoy.’

 

* Epworth Music Day
VISITS (to Website)191
VIEWS (of this Record)546

Founded 1900: ‘We are extraordinarily fortunate in this rural area to have such a longstanding cultural legacy, which is well respected nationally in the performing arts world. Indeed a good number of our performers have gone on to forge professional careers in the arts. Our young people are our future and the world is their stage. We at Brigg Festival believe that each of our performers has taken away from our Festival not just a few friends and happy memories, but something that will greatly benefit them in future years.’ Held Mid March.

 

* North Lincolnshire Music and Drama Festival (Brigg)
VISITS (to Website)205
VIEWS (of this Record)461

‘A growing partnership between key music organisations and local, regional and national arts organisations. We work together to offer inspiring, innovative and educational music, arts activities and experiences for the children and young people of North Lincolnshire. We are committed to providing the highest quality music education and standards of musical excellence. Our aim is to inspire all children and young people (regardless of race, gender, background, educational need or disability) to develop artistic talent and achieve personal goals both within and beyond the classroom. Music has the power to raise aspirations and has a positive impact on levels of attainment in school. Through the Hub’s valued partnerships we are able to offer music, arts activities and opportunities to inspire, improve and positively enhance the lives of young people.’

 

* North Lincolnshire Music Hub
VISITS (to Website)263
VIEWS (of this Record)256

'Since 1949 the Society has promoted an annual series of classical chamber music concerts by professional artists of international renown. Our Concerts are held, between October and April, on a Friday of each month.'

 

* Scunthorpe and North Lincolnshire Concert Society
VISITS (to Website)208
Also indexedScunthorpe and North Lincolnshire Concert Society
VIEWS (of this Record)483

Scunthorpe Musical Festival joined the British and International Federation of Festivals in 1924. Over the years we have grown into three flourishing sections, each lasting a full week. In October 2011, we were awarded a Gold Medal by the Federation for our organisational skills and we are well-known for being a friendly festival. We aim to encourage young people from all areas to gain confidence in public, to share experiences and with the help of professionals to make progress in their chosen disciplines.’ Held Late May.

 

* Scunthorpe Musical Festival
VISITS (to Website)240
VIEWS (of this Record)469

Successful band within the North of England Region of the National Brass Band Championships. The Band was originally called The City Of Hull Band.  But in 1992, following continued support from the company, it was decided to change the name of the Band to the East Yorkshire Motor Services Brass Band. In June 2016, the Band relocated to a new home in Barton On Humber.’ (However, has subsequently reverted to the original name for the Band.)

+ City of Hull Band
VISITS (to Website)232
Also indexedEast Yorkshire Motor Services Brass Band
VIEWS (of this Record)278

A 22-piece band featuring 4 vocalists - including The Axholme Singers who sing an Andrews Sisters tribute. The band is based in Haxey (in North Lincolnshire just south of the Humber Bridge) and we draw our musicians from Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire and South Yorkshire.'

 

+ Room 21 Big Band
VISITS (to Website)206
Also indexedAxholme Singers
VIEWS (of this Record)699

‘A thriving, vibrant and welcoming choir with 110 singing members. Concerts are varied and exciting and the Choir enjoys a fine reputation as one of the best choirs in the North of England.’

+ Scunthorpe & District Choral Society
VISITS (to Website)136
VIEWS (of this Record)330

'Established over 80 years ago. The organisation currently has over 100 members aged between 3 and 18 years old and is divided into three smaller choirs – The Main Choir (for singers aged between 9 - 18), The Older Training Choir (for children aged 6 - 9), and The Younger Training Choir (catering for 3 - 6 year olds). The choir sings a varied repertoire of music that includes Classical, Pop, Gospel and Folk music.'

+ Scunthorpe Cooperative Junior Choir
VISITS (to Website)218
VIEWS (of this Record)421

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