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www.sherbornemusicsummerschool.co.uk

'Founded in 1952 as the Canford School of Music, a name it retained for the next 52 years before relocating to Sherborne School in the pretty medieval market town of Sherborne in Dorset.' Held Early August.

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milborneportopera.co.uk

‘We specialise in Gilbert and Sullivan but regularly explore other musical works, including those of our resident operatic composer Neil Edwards whose first full opera “The Lost Continent” was performed in 2007. Productions are decided on by our cast and crew each year. Do contact us if you with to join us or have any questions about our shows.’

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sherbornechamberchoir.org.uk

‘An auditioned group of about 45 singers from Sherborne and the surrounding region. The choir was established in 1979 and ... we thrive on variety and sing a wide range of repertoire, both sacred and secular, ranging from the Renaissance to the present day. We rehearse weekly during term time from September to June and perform three major concerts a year, mostly in Sherborne Abbey, both a capella and with orchestra, as well as a number of concerts at other venues in the area.’

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www.sherbornetownband.co.uk

‘A First Section brass band who play regularly in and around the community for the people of Sherborne and surrounding towns and villages. Since 1961 the band have been entertaining and also contesting in local and national competitions.’

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sherborneabbey.com

‘The Abbey is available to a wide variety of choirs, orchestras and instrumental groups for concerts and recitals. Our main aim is to offer concerts of a high quality. Approximately twelve concerts are held per year and dates therefore tend to be booked well in advance, often two years, so we advise you to make any enquiries in good time ... The Abbey's magnificent pipe organ occupies a loft in the North Transept. It was originally built in 1856 by Gray & Davidson to a specification similar to their exhibit at the Great Exhibition of 1851 ... A major rebuild and improvement of the organ was carried out by Kenneth Tickell & Co. in 2004/5, most notably adding the Nave division, which sits below the great west window.’

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