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The Category Thornbury is a subset of Gloucestershire. Browse through the Brief Records in the Category or look at the broader Category to find a List of the Titles of all the Organizers, Performers and Venues associated with Thornbury 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):

- Thornbury Clarinet Choir

- Thornbury Town Band

 

www.integramusic.co.uk

‘Here in South Gloucestershire, we offer individual, small group and whole class vocal and instrumental teaching in schools for thousands of children a week. Our music centres provide an excellent progression pathway to develop ensemble playing. Anyone is welcome to join. We run a variety of singing workshops in primary and secondary schools. We create memorable events such as our Carol Service at Clifton Cathedral and our Gala Concert at the Colston Hall. We work in partnership with organisations such as the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and the National Youth Jazz Orchestra. The South Gloucestershire Music Hub serves to create the very best opportunities for children and young people to get involved in music making.’

 

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'Providing musical activities and opportunities to children and young musicians in the South Gloucestershire area, Thornbury Area Youth Music is a charitable trust founded in 2012 to maintain the provision of music education in the area ... TAYM's activities allow young musicians to learn new skills in a fun and friendly atmosphere. Various concerts take place throughout the year, including a biannual European tour, and all activities are run by dedicated, enthusiastic and experienced staff and musicians.'

 

thornburyartsfestival.org.uk

'One of the longest running art festivals in the country.' Festival itself held Late April - Early May - but supplemented by other events including an Eisteddfod competition earlier in the year 'open to all young people aged from 4 to 21'.

 

www.ukulelejam.co.uk

’Whatever your age or ability, if you love playing the Ukulele and want to have lots of fun playing tunes with other local people, Ukulele Jam is for you!‘

 

www.wottonartsfestival.org.uk

‘Aim is to encourage artistic talent, both local and from further afield. The endeavour is to present a varied programme of arts to appeal to all the community. The longevity of the Festival is due in no small part to its strong community base and the support of local people and organisations.’ Held Late April - Early May.

 

www.thornburychoralsociety.org.uk

‘Grew out of Thornbury Music Club and Choir founded in 1963 ... The Society’s main concerts, usually with full orchestra, are held in May and November. Performances in recent years have included works by composers as varied as Bach, Bernstein, Britten, Elgar, Carl Orff, Mozart, Tippett, Kurt Weill, Verdi and Vivaldi. Competent singers are always welcome to join the Society and the usual membership is around 100. There are no auditions required.‘

 

www.thornburyorchestra.org.uk

‘The Orchestra has grown rapidly since it was founded in November 2002 by a group of local amateur musicians who wanted to provide an opportunity for local enthusiasts to play together in an ensemble and as a way for young people to gain their first experiences of orchestral playing ... The orchestra now draws players from across South Gloucestershire and beyond and includes musicians of all ages and from all walks of life ... and performs two to three concerts a year, often in support of local charities. The orchestra does not hold formal auditions but players need to be of a good standard and wishing to improve.’

 

thornburyswingband.com

‘Plays swing jazz instrumental and vocal numbers from the 1930’s right up to modern times - with a line up of saxophones, trombones, trumpets, and male and female vocalists. All supported by a rhythm section of bass, guitar, keyboard and drums. Our aim is to have a good time playing great music and, in doing so, entertain and delight our audiences. We are (of course!) available for booking. We perform at several events throughout the year including concerts, weddings and parties.’

 

www.wottonsilverband.co.uk

Founded 1894: ‘We undertake a variety of engagements throughout the year, including indoor concerts, parks, bandstands, garden fetes, fundraising events, ceremonial days, pub gardens and of course brass band contests. We always have a busy schedule, especially around Christmas where you can here us playing carols around the Gloucestershire area’.

 

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