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The Category West Bromwich is a subset of Birmingham and Around.

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):

- Sovereign Brass

 

’A social club based around playing and listening to the accordion. Based in Rowley Regis, in the Black Country ...  First Monday Each Month Free and easy Social Night everyone welcome. Band practice, new members needed and very welcome for this band, junior members urgently needed. A large selection of accordions available to try or borrow. Fourth Monday of the Month We have a guest artist.’

 

West Bromwich: 'All singers, musicians, storytellers and poets are welcome, along with anyone arriving just to listen. We use the word "Folk" loosely as we encourage an eclectic mix of musical styles. Performers arriving promptly can normally expect 2 songs or the equivalent, and there is no need to contact in advance’.

 

‘One of 122 Music Education Hubs being supported by DfE funding administered by Arts Council England ... The running of the Hub is managed through SIPS Education’s Music and Arts Service, which has provided music tuition and ensembles to schools and young musicians in the Sandwell area for many years.’

 

Also indexedSandwell Music & Arts Service

Performing chorus for the West Midlands Barbershop Harmony Club - a chorus of approximately 35 males from all age groups ... We are West Midlands based, but will perform outside of that area if required. We're not a theatrical, theological or thespian organisation; we sing unaccompanied four-part close-harmony (a capella) in traditional barbershop style.'

 

Also indexedWest Midlands Barbershop Harmony Club

‘Established in 1939, Quinborne Choir is a welcoming and friendly choir singing an imaginative range of choral music, including well-loved famous works and lesser known gems. We usually give two main concerts each year, often with professional soloists and an additional Christmas performance for a charitable cause.’

 

‘Formed in Smethwick in 1943 by a group of Air Raid Wardens who wanted to continue friendships made during the war. In performing up to twenty concerts a year, we are proud to share our music with audiences in venues which include Tewkesbury Abbey, Gloucester Cathedral, Symphony Hall Birmingham, in local churches, and on other concert stages. We have undertaken several concert tours in the UK and overseas, enjoying both fellowship and music as well as raising money for the RNLI and local charities. Led by a young team of enthusiatic musicians, the choir has introduced a modern approach to its music.’

‘A theatre company that has built a reputation of producing the best in Musical Theatre to the highest of standards. We produce two full-scale productions each year, and pride ourselves on taking on challenges and exceeding expectations ... Our aim as an amateur company has been to continue performing in professional theatres and to keep the standard of production as high as possible.'

 

Also indexedWBOS Youtheatre

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