Nearby: Ross-on-Wye

'Located in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire. We are a First Section contesting band and also perform at many concerts and events in and around the local area of Drybrook and Mitcheldean.'

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‘A Championship Band based in the heart of the Royal Forest of Dean ... Like many community bands Lydbrook has been fortunate to have some great fund raisers on their committee. The hard working non-players have raised many thousands of pounds for band funds over the years. This has enabled the band to build its own bandroom and buy new uniforms and instruments for the senior and training band ... One of Lydbrook Band’s many success stories over the years has been the formation of its Training Band ... No-one is ever turned away and no-one is ever too old to learn. All players are welcome and we will supply an instrument free of charge if you haven’t already got one.’

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'Consists of amateur players from around the Three Choirs counties of Gloucestershire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire. Membership encompasses a wide range of playing abilities and ages. This friendly orchestra is currently growing in terms of both membership and repertoire and presents highly successful and enjoyable concerts and events at local venues.'

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Formed 2000: ‘Our repertoire covers a wide range of music, from baroque to pop. All concert performances are for charity ... We give two or three concerts a year. Our autumn concert is our more classical event, often performed with support from some excellent soloists and a small orchestra. The spring concert is less formal, and offers opportunities for members who enjoy taking on a solo. In the past, we have sung at a variety of venues, including village halls, community centres and churches, museums, open gardens and street fairs ... Variety is the spice of this choir’s life. We do not hold auditions. The only requirement for membership is the ability to sing in tune’.

Category Community Choirs
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'We are a medium-sized choir, with 40-50 singers of all ages; this size means that we get to know each other, and the coffee break at half-time is a valued part of our rehearsal routine! We normally put on two major concerts a year, along with a carol concert at Christmas and a more informal summer entertainment. We perform with professional soloists and accompanists, and at least once a year with a professional orchestra.'

Category Choral Societies
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'We are a non-contesting and non-marching band. Our aim is to provide entertainment for the people in and around the town of Ross. Whilst this means we choose music our audience will know and enjoy we also choose music that is challenging to the players. We hope you get the chance to hear us play at one of our concerts or one of the many events we play at.'

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'The Town Council arranges a series of free Sunday afternoon band concerts during the summer between 2.30pm and 4.30pm. Local charities are invited to apply to take a collection during the concert. ... Other events are organised by different groups during the year. The space can be used for various kinds of concerts and displays, as a starting and finishing point for organised walks, for outdoor theatre or charity exhibitions and stalls ...'

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