What's on: MUSIC

Local music events, including singers, orchestras, music groups, opera, ballet plus touring performers.

Wokingham Music Club

3rd Friday each month

7.45pm

 

 

 

Uncle Buck

Uncle Buck

Emmbrook Sports & Social Club, The Club House, Lowther Road, Wokingham RG41 1JB

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The Whitty Theatre, Luckley House School, Luckley Road, Wokingham RG40 3EU

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Wokingham Music Club - a great place to go on a Friday night.

DATEFEATURINGTICKETS
Friday, November 17thUncle Buck in Concert
£12 in advance
Friday, November 24thCurved Air in Concert
£SOLD OUT. Contact us for returns

Tickets in advance from www.wegottickets.com/wokinghammusicclub (Booking fee applies) or on the door.

Food and drink available.

The Wokingham Music Club is open on the 3rd Friday of each month and some Mondays, too.

Wokingham Concerts Autumn 2017

Saturday 14th October
to Sunday 10th December

 

Siglo de Oro

Siglo de Oro

All Saints' Choir

All Saints' Choir

Handel - Messiah

Handel - Messiah

All Saints' Church, Wiltshire Road, Wokingham RG40 1TN

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Wokingham Summer Autumn 2017

Specialising in choral, chamber and folk music, we attract both artists of international standing and the best of local talent. Performers have included Emma Kirkby and Jakob Lindberg, Peter Knight's Gigspanner, current BBC Young Folk Award winners Talisk and Wokingham Choral Society.

The historic town-centre church of All Saints, Wokingham, is an exceptional venue for live music.

Festival Programme:

  • SATURDAY 14TH OCTOBER
    • Siglo de Oro celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation with a workshop (10.30am-1.30pm) and a concert (7.30pm) of music from the period.

  • FRIDAY 3RD NOVEMBER at 8pm
    • Edgelarks on their new album tour: Edgelarks are appearing with very special guest, The Little Unsaid

  • SATURDAY 11TH NOVEMBER at 7.30pm
    • Wokingham Choral Society perform a selection of appropriate music for Remembrance Day, including works by Parry, Mozart, Elgar and the Choral suite from Karl Jenkins' The Armed Man.

  • SUNDAY 10TH DECEMBER at 4.30pm
    • We are again offering a performance of Handel's Messiah as a Christmas treat, with the Choir of All Saints Church Wokingham, the Gandolpho Players, and guest soloists.

For full information about the programme, including details of the Siglo de Oro workshop, see www.wokinghamconcerts.co.uk/concerts.html.

Tickets: from £12.50, with substantial reductions for young people, available from the Wokingham Concerts Box Office.

For more information see WokinghamConcerts.co.uk.

Thames Valley Chorus presents 'Celebrate the Sound'

Saturday 18th November

7.30pm

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The Bulmershe Auditorium, Bulmershe School, Woodlands Avenue, Woodley RG5 3EU

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Thames Valley Chorus presents 'Celebrate the Sound'

Thames Valley Chorus will be returning to the Bulmershe Auditorium once again this November for their Autumn concert.

Another busy year for the chorus has seen them give performances in Bath, Bournemouth, Horsham, Marlow and Cork as they share love of close-harmony singing with audiences around the British Isles.

At this year's concert the chorus are delighted to welcome as guests the highly successful, ladies choir Signature who were adjudged to be 'Choir of the Year' at the Bournemouth Music Competitions Festival in June.

Also taking part in this year's show will be barbershop quartet Timeless who will be putting a new spin on classics from yesteryear and the close harmony ensemble Masterclef.

It all promises to be a great evening's entertainment at this superb venue.

Doors and bar open at 6.45pm.

Musical Director: Liz Croft.

Tickets: £12 (Under 16s £8) from Philip on 0118 977 4257 or by email.

For more information about TVC take a look at their website www.tvchorus.co.uk.

Yateley Choral Society Concert: Puccini - Messa di Gloria

Saturday 18th November

7.45pm

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St Swithun's Catholic Church, Firgrove Road, Yateley GU46 6NH

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Yateley Choral Society Autumn Concert 2017: Puccini - Messa di Gloria

Yateley Choral Society welcomes you to their Autumn concert. The full programme includes:

  • Wagner: Siegfried Idyll
  • Haydn: Te Deum
  • Haydn: Insanae et Vanae Curae
  • Puccini: Messa di Gloria

With the Royal Schools of Music Orchestra. Conductor: Quintin Beer.

Tickets: £15, Students £5, under 16s free, either on the door or by calling 01276 682749 or from Yateley Town Council Offices.

More information: www.yateley-choral.org.uk.

Bracknell Choral Society Concert

Saturday 25th November

7.30pm

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St Joseph's Church, Stanley Walk, Bracknell RG12 1HA

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Bracknell Choral Society Concert

Bracknell Choral Society are joined by Choristers from Worcester College, Oxford for a concert featuring:

  • Britten:St Nicolas
  • Britten: Ceremony of Carols
  • Vaughan Williams: Fantasia on Christmas Carols

Conductor: Greg Hallam, with Gwenllian Llŷr, harp; Robin Bailey, tenor; Nick Austin, piano and the The Senesino Players.

Tickets: £15, (accompanied Under-18s are FREE) available by email or from members of the choir.

More information about BCS: www.bracknellchoral.org.uk.

Gratis Choir FREE Concerts

Saturday 25th November
7.30pm

Saturday 2nd December
7.30pm

 

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St Barnabas Church, St Barnabas Rd, Emmer Green, Reading RG4 8RA

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Church of St Mary the Virgin, Church Close, Winnersh, Berkshire, RG41 5NA

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Gratis Choir FREE Concerts

In the programme will be Mozart's Missa Brevis in D Major (KV194) with Mozart's original instrumentation. This mass is delightful, with many lovely fresh melodies and lively rhythms.

We will also have some instrumental music performed by the string players who will be joining us for the Mozart.

The second half of the concert will be our traditional celebration of Advent, with a mix of favourite, well-known and new music to set us all up ready for the season ahead.

You can choose to come to one (or both) of these performances:

  • 7:30pm on Saturday 25th November at St Barnabas, Emmer Green
  • 7:30pm on Saturday 2nd December at St Mary's, Winnersh

At each concert there will be a retiring collection:

  • at St Barnabas, in aid of Education For Life
  • at St Mary's, in aid of the New Boiler Fund for their sister church, St Catherine, Bearwood.

As always, the concerts are free and you do not need a ticket. Just turn up and enjoy the music!!

Music director: Jeremy Rawson.

More information: www.gratischoir.org.uk.

Reading Haydn Choir Concert

Saturday 25th November

7.30pm

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Greyfriars Church, Friar Street, Reading RG1 1EH

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Reading Haydn Choir Concert.

Reading Haydn Choir welcomes you to its Autumn 2017 concert, featuring:

  • Duruflé: Requiem
  • Handel: Dixit Dominus

Maurice Duruflé (1902 to 1986) published only eleven musical works over his four-decade long career. The greatest is considered to be his Requiem. The Choir is thoroughly looking forward to performing what is surely regarded as one of the finest masterpieces of 20th Century choral music.

Handel's Dixit Dominus, a setting of the Latin text of Psalm 110 is one of Handel’s earliest choral pieces, written in Rome in 1707. It is a youthful work, full of vibrancy, life and dramatic effects later much admired by Mozart and Beethoven. It remains to this day a favourite for choirs and audiences alike and we are truly excited to be performing it, once more, this year.

Conductor: Mandy Kesel. Accompanist: Ian Westley.

Tickets: £15 Adults (Concessions £12, Under 17s £5, Under 5s FREE) can be ordered by email. Get £1 off if you book in advance.

More information: www.haydnchoir.org.uk.

Reading Symphony Orchestra Autumn Concert

Sunday 26th November

3.30pm

Note start time

Players from RSO

Players from RSO

Rhys Concessao

Rhys Concessao

Great Hall, University of Reading, London Road Campus, Reading RG1 5AQ

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Reading Symphony Orchestra Autumn Concert

Join Reading Symphony Orchestra for our first concert of the 2017-18 season!

We are delighted to welcome talented pianist Rhys Concessao, winner of the 2017 RSO / Hickies Young Musicians' Competition, who will be performing Chopin's Piano Concerto No.1. Rhys, a pupil at the Purcell School and Royal Academy, has already performed with piano superstar Lang Lang and at Carnegie Hall in New York, and was the 2017 winner of the Times Network Global Award for Outstanding Young Pianist.

The concert will begin with Berlioz's Roman Carnival Overture. Based on his opera Benvenuto Cellini, the overture evokes all the sounds and excitement of Mardi Gras festivities in Rome in 1532. The second half of the concert will feature Dvorak's Symphony No. 7. Premiered in London in 1885, the symphony shows Dvorak at his very best.

A concert not to be missed!

The programme:

  • Berlioz: Roman Carnival Overture
  • Chopin: Piano Concerto No. 1 (Soloist: Rhys Concessao)
  • Dvorak: Symphony No. 7

Conductor: Stefan Hofkes. RSO Leader: Neil MacLean

Tickets: £15 adults, £12.50 concessions, £5 students and under 16s, available from the RSO box office: 0118 973 5517 or by email or on the door.

More information: www.rso.org.uk.

Woodley Light Operatic Society: 'The Yeoman of the Guard'

Tuesday 28th November
to Saturday 2nd December
evenings 7.45pm

Sat 2nd Dec
matinée 3.00pm

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The Oakwood Centre, Headley Road, Woodley, Berkshire RG5 4JZ

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Gilbert & Sullivan's 'The Yeoman of the Guard' (or The Merryman and His Maid)

Presented by Woodley Light Operatic Society (WLOS).

The opera is set in the Tower of London, during the 16th century, and is the darkest, and perhaps most emotionally engaging, of the Savoy Operas, ending with a broken-hearted main character and two very reluctant engagements, rather than the usual numerous marriages.

The libretto does contain considerable humour, including a lot of pun-laden one-liners, but Gilbert's trademark satire and topsy-turvy plot complications are subdued in comparison with the other Gilbert and Sullivan operas. The dialogue, though in prose, is quasi-Shakespearian, or early modern English, in style.

Tickets:

  • Evenings: £15 (Concessions £14, Under 16s £9.50)
  • Matinée: £14 (Concessions £13, Under 16s £8.50)

are available online from woodleylightoperatic.ticketsource.co.uk or from the box office telephone 0333 666 3366. There is no additional booking fee for tickets.

An amateur production.

More information about Woodley Light Operatic Society: www.wlos.co.uk.

Crowthorne Choral Society: Winter Concert

Saturday 2nd December

7.30pm

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The Chapel, Wellington College, Crowthorne, Berkshire RG45 7PU

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Crowthorne Choral Society Concert: Winter Concert

Crowthorne Choral Society welcomes you to its 2017 Winter Concert.

Students from Wellington College will join Crowthorne Choral Society to perform the hugely popular Fauré Requiem, and Duruflé's Quatre Motets, in the magnificent setting of Wellington College Chapel.

Conductor: Simon Williamson, Organ: George de Voil with musicians from Wellington College.

Tickets: £12 (students £2) from the box office on 01344 778185 or by email or on the door.

More information: www.crowthornechoral.org.uk.

High Voltage Singers: 'Jingle Time'

Saturday 9th December

7.30pm

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Woodley Baptist Church, Hurricane Way, Woodley RG5 4UX

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Visit Launchpad's website

High Voltage Singers: 'Jingle Time'

For Christmas this year High Voltage Singers will be joined by Work in Progress Barbershop Quartet and Reading Accordion Group for their 'JINGLE TIME concert.

HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE !!

Tickets £12 on the door or in advance from Jacky Crossman on 07780 580598 or 0118 934 5998.

The concert is in support of Reading's Homeless Charity Launchpad.

Reading Festival Chorus Concert

Saturday 9th December

7.30pm

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Wesley Methodist Church, Queens Road, Reading RG1 4BW

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Reading Festival Chorus Concert

Reading Festival Chorus invites you to hear two joyous oratorios:

  • Saint Saëns: Oratorio de Noël
  • Bach: Christmas Oratorio (Parts 1 and 3)

Conductor: Edward-Rhys Harry, accompanied by Simon Dinsdale (organ), with the Palmer Ensemble, Matthew Bale (Harpsichord for Bach only), Angharad Davies (soprano), Amanda Floyd (alto), Peter Wilman (tenor) and Edward Kay (bass).

Concert tickets: £15 (Under 18s free) available by calling 0118 983 4523 or by email.

There is parking by the church (please let us know if you require a disabled parking space) and in the Queen's Road multi-storey car-park. The church is fully wheel-chair accessible.

More information: www.readingfestivalchorus.org.uk.

Yateley Choral Society Christmas Concert 2017

Monday 11th December

7.30pm

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St Peter's Church, Reading Rd, Yateley GU46 7LR

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Yateley Choral Society Christmas Concert 2017

Visit Naomi House website

Yateley Choral Society welcomes you to Our annual celebration of Christmas music followed by mulled wine and mince pies.

Conductor: Quintin Beer.

Tickets: FREE. Collection in aid of Naomi House.

More information: www.yateley-choral.org.uk.

Wokingham Choral Society: Bach - 'Christmas Oratorio'

Saturday 16th December

7.30pm

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Great Hall, University of Reading, London Road Campus, Reading RG1 5AQ

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Wokingham Choral Society: Bach - 'Christmas Oratorio'

Wokingham Choral Society welcomes you to their Christmas 2017 Concert which features J S Bach's Christmas Oratorio (parts 1, 2, 3 & 6)

Soloists Sofia Larsson, Soprano; Olivia Warburton, Mezzo-soprano;
Hiroshi Amako, Tenor; Johnny Herford, Bass-Baritone.

With the Hampstead Chamber Orchestra.

Conductor: Patrick Allies.

Tickets: £15 (£5 under 18s & students) are available from Information Centre, Wokingham; Newbury Building Society, Wokingham; Jay Design & Print, Wokingham or by email or online from TicketSource (Booking fee applies) .

Find out more about us at: www.wokingham-choral-society.org.uk.

Thames Voyces Concert: 'A Golden Christmas'

Saturday 16th December

7.30pm

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St Joseph's Church, Stanley Walk, Bracknell RG12 1HA

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Thames Voyces Concert: 'A Golden Christmas'

Thames Voyces chamber choir welcomes to a concert of favourites, including some familiar and some new Christmas music, audience carols and Christmas readings

Music Director: Nick Austin. Accompanist: Ben Giddens. With Magdalena Middleton, 'Cello

Tickets: £12 (£10 concessions, FREE for accompanied under 16s) available by calling 0118 967 7319 or on the door or by email.

More information: www.thamesvoyces.org.uk.

Woodley Concert Band Concert: 'A Christmas Celebration'

Sunday 17th December

2.30pm & 7.30pm

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Bulmershe School, Woodlands Avenue, Woodley, Reading RG5 3EU

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Woodley Concert Band Concert: 'A Christmas Celebration'

Woodley Concert Band invites you to our famed Christmas concert!

With festive merriment, seasonal cheer and carols galore, what better way to get Christmas off to a flying start.

We'll have loads of great music, plenty of jollity and you’re sure to head home full of Christmas spirit.

Tickets available from 0870 321 2186:

  • Matinée: £10, Under 16s £2
  • Evening: £12, concessions £10

More information: www.woodleyconcertband.org.uk.

Windsor & Eton Choral Society: Rossini - 'Petite Messe Solenelle'

Saturday, 13th January, 2018

7.30pm

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Eton College School Hall, High Street, Eton, Berkshire SL4 6DW

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Windsor & Eton Choral Society: Rossini - 'Petite Messe Solenelle'

Windsor & Eton Choral Society invites you to their next concert.

  • Rossini: Petite Messe Solennelle
  • Elgar: Scenes from the Bavarian Highlands (Extracts)

Rossini's unique choral work, Petite Messe Solennelle, was composed in his final years and this was, amazingly, over thirty years since he had stopped writing around forty operas.

The music here is immediately appealing both to sing and to listen to. There are continuous attractive melodies throughout and the magnificent choral sections include a magical setting of the opening Kyrie which has a specially effective type of syncopated rhythm accompaniment.

There are a number of superb solo numbers including a heroic tenor aria and a powerful bass aria. The soprano and contralto have a glorious duet in the Gloria as well as some fine arias and the Mass ends with an intensely moving Agnus Dei set for solo contralto and chorus.

This concert will also include some of the major pieces from Elgar's Scenes from the Bavarian Highlands.

With Libby Burgess, piano. Conductor: Tim Johnson.

Tickets: £22.50 and £20.50, Under 16s half price, are available from choir members or online at TicketSource (Booking fee applies) or call 01628 528041 or by email.

More information about Windsor & Eton Choral Society: www.w-ecs.org.uk.

Wooburn Singers: 'Come and Sing' - Dyson's Nebuchadnezzar

Saturday 3rd February, 2018

10.30am-6.15pm

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Dr Challoner's High School for Girls, Cokes Lane, Little Chalfont, HP7 9QB

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Wooburn Singers: 'Come and Sing' - Dyson's Nebuchadnezzar

Wooburn Singers next Come & Sing day is a chance to sing a rarely performed work. The day features:

  • George Dyson: Nebuchadnezzar
  • Parry: I was glad

Conductor: Tom Hammond-Davies.

Cost: £20 (£18 groups, students £6) including coffee / tea, and loan of score if required. Ploughman's Lunch option available for £5 (must be pre-booked and prepaid).

You can register for the day by downloading and returning to us the Application Form or by email .

More information: www.wooburnsingers.org.uk.


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These music items run permanently.

H-Bar-C: Live Country Music

Every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month

8.15pm-11pm

Royal British Legion, Eversley Road, Reading, Berkshire RG2 9PR

How to get there.

 

Live Country Music

Enjoy "Live" Band Country Music to either dance to or to listen to by the UK's top professional bands every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month at The Royal British Legion, Arborfield.

Dress smart casual or western.

Admission on the door: £7. No children under 14. No line dancing. No membership required.

Now in our 32nd year! For more details see www.h-bar-c-country.co.uk or call H-BAR-C Country on 0118 989 1354 or 07720 353879

Cantley House Hotel: Dinner & Entertainment

Throughout 2016

 

Cantley House Hotel

Cantley House Hotel

Cantley House Hotel, Milton Road, Wokingham, Berkshire RG40 5QG

How to get there.

Throughout the year Cantley House Hotel is offering a series of events featuring dinner and entertainment (mostly musical!)

For more information contact Emma on (0118) 978 9912 or contact us by email to book your place.

Beech Hill Concert Band

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Performing in the Berkshire
and Hampshire areas

Beech Hill Concert Band

The Beech Hill Concert Band was formed in the late 1990s by a group of professional, semi-professional and amateur musicians, mainly from the Reading area, to give them the opportunity to play music in rehearsal and at concerts they would not play in their every day music environment.

It was also decided to give concerts, free of charge, for the benefit of local charities. In this they have been very successful, giving many concerts and raising thousands of pounds.

We play a variety of music such as songs from the shows, film themes, marches, orchestral music, swing music and modern pop classics and our programmes try to cater for all audiences, ensuring that there's something for everyone.

The band comprises mainly amateur musicians who love to make music for the sake of it, so we don't charge for our services but we do have a professional MD and often need to hire professional musician to fill key parts when our members are unavailable. The costs for these people (£100-£150) have to be recovered from the concert revenue but otherwise the income from concerts goes to the organisers and their chosen charities.

If you would like to know more about the band or to see if we are available to help you, please contact Dave Robson on 07932 703540 or by email.

More information: visit the band's website www.beechhillband.co.uk.

Sandham Singers Welcomes New Members

Wednesdays
(Term time)

8pm-10pm

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Music Room, St. Gabriel's, Sandleford Priory, Newbury RG20 9BD

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Sandham Singers Welcomes New Members

Sandham Singers are led by Janet Coxwell.

If you would like stimulating weekly rehearsals and the opportunity to perform a wide repertoire of music then please contact us by calling Jane Pike on 07780 767408 or contact her by email.

More information about Sandham Singers on Facebook: www.facebook.com/sandhamsingers.

Henley Choral Society Welcomes New Tenors And Basses

Rehearsals on Mondays

 

7.30pm

Benjamin Goodson, Music Director, Henley Choral Society

Benjamin Goodson, Music Director, Henley Choral Society

d:two, 55-57 Market Place, Henley-on-Thames RG9 2AA

How to get there.

 

Henley Choral Society is looking for more men to join its tenor and bass sections - and there are no auditions.

Dynamic new Musical Director Benjamin Goodson explains: 'The men in our tenor and bass sections do a magnificent job - but we need more. If you are a man who sang at school or college and want to get back into singing, or has always wanted to sing and never found the right opportunity - then here is your chance.'

Henley Choral Society consists of over 100 non-auditioned singers and, as well as bringing top high quality concerts to the local community, aims to encourage the next generation of singers.

Benjamin Goodson continues: 'there are no auditions to join HCS - all you need is a love of music. Our group is large enough to accommodate all abilities and we provide lots of support. Men of Henley and the surrounding area - come back to singing! We would love to hear from you.'

Call Membership Secretary Wendy Hawkins on 01491 576929 or contact Wendy by email or contact Benjamin Goodson direct by email.

More information about Henley Choral Society: www.henleychoralsociety.org.uk.

Would you like to sing with Thames Valley Chorus?

Tuesday evenings

7.30pm to 10.15pm

Thames Valley Chorus

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Bulmershe School, Woodlands Road, Woodley RG5 3EU (Note new venue)

How to get there.

Would you like to sing with Thames Valley Chorus?

Under the inspiring leadership of Musical Director, Liz Croft, Thames Valley Chorus (TVC) is going from strength to strength. The chorus now has over 40 singers with many having joined through one of our highly enjoyable and successful 'Learn to Sing' courses.

Singing in an engaging and entertaining four-part barbershop style, TVC performs with energy, commitment and enthusiasm appearing at a wide range of private and public events throughout the region. As well as performing locally TVC also enjoy their overseas trips most recently enjoying a highly successful trip to Düsseldorf in October 2015 performing alongside German choir Düssharmonie.

If our type of singing appeals to you then come along to one of our Tuesday evening rehearsals where you can be assured of a warm welcome. Also keep an eye out for our next 'Learn to Sing' course. If you are interested in joining TVC or finding our more about us call Phil on 0118 9774257 or contact us by email.

For more information about TVC: www.tvchorus.co.uk.

Female choir looking for new singers

Tuesday mornings
in term time

10.45am - 12.15pm

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Charvil Village Hall, 9 Park Lane, Charvil RG10 9TR

How to get there.

Tapestry Choir is an all-female choir based in Berkshire.

We are an intimate group of fifteen voices and are currently looking for new members in all voice parts.

As a group we focus mainly on classical repertoire written for female voices from the 19th and 20th centuries, including pieces by Holst, Britten, Poulenc and Debussy.

We currently put on three concerts a year, as well as a summer concert.

We rehearse on Tuesday mornings in Charvil between 10.45am and 12.15pm during term time. If you are a reasonably confident performer, can read music and are interested in joining us we would love to hear from you.

Please contact Sarah Latto by email for more information.

More information about us: www.tapestrychoir.org.uk

Calling Girl Singers Aged 10-18!

Sundays

6.15pm-7.45pm

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Charvil Village Hall, 9 Park Lane, Charvil RG10 9TR

How to get there.

Suzanne Newman leads a choir for girls between the ages of 10 and 18. The choir is called Jewel Tones.

We sing folk songs, popular songs and songs from music theatre. We have a few spaces in the choir.

For more information about Jewel Tones contact Suzanne Newman on 0118 934 0589 or see: www.jeweltones.co.uk.