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Nearby: Wallsend

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

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

- Backworth Colliery Band

- Can't Sing Choir North Tyneside

- North Tyneside Steel Band

- Whitley Bay Operatic Society

- Whitley Women Community Choir

 

Category:Wallsend

whitleybayjazzfest.com

Started in 1990: ‘Running from mid day on Friday until late on Sunday evening, the programme explores jazz from the first 40 years, with special jam sessions in the Victory Pub in the wee small hours! All concert themes are chosen by the musicians themselves ... The Festival showcases music that you won't hear anywhere else. Alongside regular classic jazz staples are the music and musicians seldom featured at other festivals. The concert takes place in 4* luxury, with assigned seating of 8 to a table. We rotate the tables twice a day so that nobody gets a poor view.‘ Held Early November.

 

Category:Jazz Festivals
Also indexedWhitley Bay Jazz Festival

www.ntmeh.org.uk

'Whether you are a school, parent or student, you should find the information on these pages useful. Find out about the support we offer schools, how to start learning an instrument in school and what to do if you would like to join an Ensemble. You can also check when our concerts and events are and how to get involved in a all areas of music in North Tyneside.'

 

www.backworthchoir.co.uk

'The Choir was founded by the local miners of Backworth Colliery in 1951 and although the pits are long-gone, the Choir is more active than it has ever been ... Today’s Choir is a sixty strong community choir, attracting members from all walks of life. We are proud to support the work of many regional charities and organisations through our performances.'

www.nto.org.uk

'A very successful amateur orchestra based in Newcastle. We have over 70 members and perform at least 3 concerts a year.'

spye.co.uk

‘Has been established since 1979 as a charity organised by a committee consisting of members’ parents. The aim is to provide string players from Grade 1 to beyond Grade 8 (ABRSM) standard the opportunity to rehearse and perform varied styles of music under the direction of professional string tutors. We strive to provide an educational and enjoyable environment as well as encouraging the social aspect of being a young musician. The two orchestras meet on a Saturday, almost every three weeks ... There are three concerts a year offering the opportunity to perform repertoire in front of an appreciative and friendly audience.’ Based in Benton, North Tyneside.

tynemouthchoral.wordpress.com

Formed 1967: ‘We have continued the tradition of performing at least four large-scale concerts per year ... Many of the bigger works have been with full orchestral accompaniment; we employ excellent professional vocal soloists, instrumentalists, and organists/pianists  ... We have established and maintained a love of choral music in the coastal area, and our members have a wide range of backgrounds and musical experience’.

 

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