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Nearby: Nottingham

www.open-concerts.co.uk/nottingham/

The Category Nottingham is a subset of Nottinghamshire. Look at that broader Category to find a List of the Titles of all the Organizers, Performers and Venues associated with Nottingham 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):

- Beeston Big Band

- Blackwood Clarinets

- Nottingham Asian Arts Council

- Nottingham Hospitals' Choir

- Ruddington and District Choral Society

- Wollaton Recorded Music Society

 

Category:Nottingham

www.carringtontriangle.org.uk

‘The Club enjoys a wide range of folk and acoustic music or ditty both traditional and contemporary. The members enjoy singing songs with a chorus. The club have guest artists once a month (except in August) and aims to start at 8.30 pm ... Singers, musicians, poets, story tellers and just listeners are very welcome.‘

 

Category:Folk Clubs

www.nottingham.ac.uk/humanities/departments/m...

'Offers exceptional research-led teaching, inspiring facilities for performance and composition, and a unique programme of traineeships and placement opportunities. The department’s academic and performance activities are fully integrated into the dynamic musical life of the city of Nottingham ... There are a wide range of performance opportunities across the university: University orchestra and choirs; Student-led societies; Small scale ensembles and chamber groups; Working with professional musicians; Church choirs.'

 

Also indexedUniversity of Nottingham

nottsorganists.org.uk

‘We openly welcome everyone interested in the pipe organ to the society ... professional player, amateur player or simply a lover of the pipe organ and its music. We are an active society with interesting regular visits to see, listen to and play organs from large cathedral organs to small house organs, both pipe and electronic. We take part in educational lectures and presentations, recitals, workshops and master classes, organ builder visits as well as enjoyable social events.‘

 

www.facebook.com/NottinghamMusicHub/

Nottingham Music Service: 'We believe that music makes a difference. As a registered charity and lead partner for the Nottingham Music Education Hub, we are committed to making music more accessible and inclusive. We support young people from across the city to develop their musical skills, and participate in diverse ensembles and performances, contributing to the life of our great city'.

 

Also indexedNottingham Music Service

www.bmtg.org.uk

‘NODA-affiliated, award-winning Musical Theatre group based – perhaps unsurprisingly – in Beeston, Nottingham. We perform at the Duchess Theatre, Long Eaton twice a year. We strive to provide the very highest levels of production where orchestra, sound and lighting, staging and choreography are concerned and we have a very talented team of performers and production personnel who really do make the West End Magic happen right on your doorstep! We are a friendly society whose members span a wide age range from students to seasoned performers, and we’re always keen to hear from new people who are interested in joining us!’

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‘Established in 1988 with support from Sir Harry Djanogly ... In 1992, a sister organisation - the Djanogly Community Choir - was also created and performed a few concerts with the orchestra, but sadly folded a few years later ... A friendly amateur orchestra based in Nottingham ... Usually perform three concerts per year. Our music is varied – including symphonies, shorter pieces for orchestra, children’s concerts, works in conjunction with a local choir, and concertos (frequently using local young musicians – which we particularly enjoy and  provides inspiration to us all) ... As a large amateur orchestra we often need additional players – either because a current member leaves or is away for a specific concert, or where additional players or “unusual” instruments (e.g. Bass Clarinet, Harp, extra percussion, etc) are needed for a piece. To join you need to be a competent player at least at grade 5 or equivalent.‘

 

nottinghambachchoir.org.uk

‘Formed in 1954 and has been making a major contribution to the musical life of Nottingham since then ... There are approximately 100 members who rehearse weekly ... The choir gives high quality performances and is renowned for its sensitive and expressive interpretations of a wide range of choral music, in particular the works of Bach. Nottingham Bach Choir is an auditioned choir ... and performs three concerts a year. It also performs a popular Christmas Concert each year ... Although the works of J.S. Bach are central to our repertoire, we regularly perform choral music ranging from the late Renaissance era to the modern day.’

 

www.nottsjazz.co.uk

‘A 16-piece big band that was originally formed in the 1970's. NJO is Nottingham's longest-running jazz big band ... NJO's aim is to promote jazz to the widest possible audience, whilst its members gain the chance to be involved in a unique musical community of like-minded, passionate, talented musicians.‘

 

Category:Big Bands

www.nottinghamphilharmonic.co.uk

‘A non-professional full sized symphony orchestra which attracts players from a wide surrounding area. Many of its players are music teachers, whilst the remainder is made up of those doing a wide variety of jobs, as well as retired people and students. Their common link is that they enjoy the opportunity to play together, participating in challenging and demanding music, requiring a high standard of playing. Members are selected by audition ... Several professional conductors have said that this orchestra is one of the best non-professional orchestras in the country.’

www.nottinghamsymphonicwinds.org.uk

‘Comprises two groups, the Nottingham Symphonic Wind Orchestra (NSWO) and Nottingham Wind Ensemble (NWE), with over a hundred musicians and volunteers involved. At the heart of every performance is the desire to make music of the highest quality, whilst supporting local and charitiies ... Since the group’s formation over 500 musicians have enjoyed the opportunity to play in a friendly and encouraging environment.‘

 

Also indexedNottingham Symphonic Wind Orchestra | Nottingham Wind Ensemble

www.alberthallnottingham.co.uk

'The Albert Hall Nottingham's grand ornate architecture was designed at the turn of the 20th century in the style of an Edwardian music hall. The Great Hall serves as an excellent auditorium for public performances of many genres ... Organ no. 552, a four manual 59 stop instrument, was erected in 1909 in the then Wesleyan Central Mission which was later renamed the Albert Hall. (An almost identical instrument was built for Rochdale Town Hall in 1913.) The instrument cost £4,500 and was financed by Jesse Boot (founder of the Boots Company) as a gift to the City of Nottingham, to be known as the City Organ.'

 

www.facebook.com/RoyalNottingham/

’With over half a million visitors every year, the Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall are two of the UK's most successful touring venues, leading the way for arts and entertainment in the East Midlands region.
Our diverse programme of events includes internationally renowned orchestras, the highest quality ballet, contemporary dance, opera and touring drama alongside West End musicals.’

www.lakesidearts.org.uk

'Nottingham Lakeside Arts is The University of Nottingham’s public arts programme welcoming more than 200,000 people of all ages to a vibrant programme of performances, exhibitions, workshops and talks each year.'

Also indexedLakeside Arts

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