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'Would you like to join us in Ludlow Arts: Classical? You can do so in many ways: Sing: with Ludlow Choral Society or the Edge Chamber Choir; Play: with Ludlow Orchestra or BISYOC; Subscribe: to Ludlow Music Society's subscription concerts; Help us: to organize Ludlow Arts: Classical; or join one of our Committees; or helping us on concert days; Sponsor: a concert, a soloist, or part of our activities; Advertise: in the Ludlow Arts: Classical brochure, or one of our concert programmes; Join: the Friends of Ludlow Arts, the Friends of Ludlow Assembly Rooms or the Ludlow Palmers.'

Also indexedLudlow Music Society
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'Has taken place since 2001. Inspired by the musical world of Gerald Finzi, it is a unique celebration of poetry, music, culture, and ideas. Drawing on the work of a wide range of poets and composers working in the English language, the Weekend explores the sensibility evoked through their art. It offers opportunities to reflect on a distinctive musical tradition, to speculate on what it has taught us, and what it might also teach us as we look to the future.' Held Early April.

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‘The line up includes 5 sexy saxes, 3 terrific trombones, 4 trustworthy(ish) trumpets, a classy clarinet, 2 gallant guitars, 1 punchy piano, a brilliant bass and a driven drummer. As if that wasn’t enough, we even have our very own female vocalist ... Please note we don’t take commercial bookings, we know there are many professional musicians out there struggling to earn a living, and they deserve those bookings. We like to play to support community events and to help fundraising for worthy charities. When we accept an invitation we don’t charge a set fee but a realistic donation towards our travel & other expenses is essential to keep us on the road.‘

Category Big Bands
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Founded 2014: ‘An exciting chamber choir based in Ludlow ... specialising in singing 20th & 21st century choral works ... The choir now performs three concerts a year, and goes from strength to strength. With each concert the choir is expanding its repertoire, and has performed a wide variety of music including pieces written and arranged especially for the choir, as well as choral favourites’.

Category Chamber Choirs
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‘We are a non competing local wind band. We play at community, civic and fund raising events in and around South Shropshire.’

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Founded 1970: ‘An enthusiastic amateur orchestra consisting of around fifty players. It draws its members from Ludlow in South Shropshire and surrounding area ... The orchestra performs up to three concerts each year locally.’

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‘Meets near Bishop's Castle, Shropshire to sing and play country church music from Thomas Hardy's time, mainly from the English West Gallery and American shapenote traditions ... All singers are welcome to our rehearsals. We use sheet music, but you don't need to be a fluent sight reader. Players of woodwind and stringed instruments of the sort that might have been played by village bands in the 18th/19th century also very welcome. (No guitars thanks).’

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Established 1991: ‘The Band is proud of its heritage and its association with the town of Tenbury Wells, the Teme Valley and surrounding area. The Band gives high quality musical performances at concerts, fetes and charity events and looks to the future, with enthusiasm ... Our Academy has proved really popular and it is exciting to see people of all ages (children, parents and grandparents) enjoying learning a variety of musical instruments together ... The Band performs music from a wide variety of different genres including classical, rock, popular, music from the shows and original works. Tenbury Teme Valley Band is a Symphonic Concert Band, as all woodwind and brass instruments are played’.

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'Ludlow Assembly Rooms opened its doors in May 1993 in the restored and updated buildings of the former Assembly Rooms, dating from 1840. The opening was the result of five years of tireless campaigning by a group of people who believed that our rural community deserved its own place of entertainment ...'

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‘We are not a cathedral, although the suffragan bishop of our diocese bears the title “Bishop of Ludlow”. However, we are the largest parish church in the Shropshire part of the diocese, and civic and diocesan services are held here. We host concerts, organ recitals, plays and exhibitions. We are the home of the Ludlow Choral Society, and an important venue for the Ludlow Festival ... The historic choral tradition of St Laurence’s was first recorded in 1492, making it one of the oldest choirs in England, a country famous throughout the world for its unique choral heritage ... Today's organ is one of the finest Parish Church organs in the country, and attracts recitalists from all over the world.’

Category Greater Churches
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