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Area: Dundee City

www.dundeechambermusic.org.uk

'You can't easily get to concerts in the Wigmore Hall or the South Bank? No problem: we bring fine music played by top professionals to Dundee. The essence of Chamber Music is in the intimacy. You are close enough to the players to be aware of what they are putting into the music and to witness the skill of the performers in a way that you can't with an orchestra. It is the most live of live music. Since 1929. Dundee Chamber Music has been bringing the best of the world's chamber musicians to our city.'

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www.dundeesymphonyorchestra.org.uk

'Founded in 1893 by a group of enthusiastic performers, Dundee's amateur orchestra performs three concerts a year in the Caird Hall Dundee and occasionally at other venues in Scotland. You may wish to apply to join the orchestra as a player. We are always looking for new members, particularly string and percussion players, who are good enough to be able to contribute to the success of our concerts, and to benefit from playing regularly in our orchestra.'

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www.lydiansingers.co.uk

'Formed as a female choir in 1985 ... Membership is open to all ladies over 16 years of age. New members are always welcome. Practices can be challenging but fun. Twice a year social events are organised to enable members to relax together ... The repertoire includes songs from musicals, popular songs, folk, classical, madrigals, spiritual and sacred music. Previous choir experience or the ability to read music is not necessary.'

Category:Ladies Choirs
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www.taysidesymphonyorchestra.org.uk

‘The members of the Orchestra generally come from the Tayside region. When needed, extra musicians come from Edinburgh or Glasgow to fill necessary positions for our concerts. Most of the Orchestra members are amateur musicians but a good number are music teachers or ex-professional musicians ... What matters most is a love of music and the joy in creating music together. Anyone wishing to join us should have a minimum of Grade 6 and preferably Grade 8 in their orchestral instrument. A yearly bursary is offered to exceptional students studying music at the Conservatoire, Music Colleges or Universities.’

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www.leisureandculturedundee.com/culture/caird-hall

'Dundee’s main Concert and Event venue, located in the heart of the City. The building is Grade A listed and has a Visitscotland 4 star Theatre award ... The magnificent Harrison & Harrison organ in the Caird Hall is one of Dundee’s cultural jewels. It has been hailed by eminent recitalists as “the finest concert organ in Scotland” and it ranks among a handful of outstanding organs in the world. The Friends of the Caird Hall Organ promote and support the organ so that as many people as possible can hear and enjoy its glorious sound. The Friends arrange recitals, concerts, educational projects and other events involving the organ.'

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www.dundee.ac.uk/music/

'The Dundee University Music Society (DUMS) is home to a number of talented musicians from both in and around Dundee. As the university has no music department, the society aims to provide a place for those with an interest in music to collaborate and meet like-minded people to perform pieces from a variety of genres and styles.'

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Also indexedDundee University Music Society
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