Tag Archives | Music
The Friday Rehearsal Orchestra is holding an Open Rehearsal and Party, with music including Delius ‘On Hearing the First Cuckoo in Spring’, Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony and excerpts from the ballet Coppélia by Délibes. The rehearsal and party are open to all, free of charge. Friday March 31st at 7.30 in the Kirkbymoorside Memorial Hall.
Call to all musicians – an exciting project taking place in Scarborough on Sunday 10th June …. “Orchestra From Scratch”.
This weekend you have a rare choice of two orchestral concerts, although both involve a bit of travelling: let’s hope the threat of snow doesn’t materialise. In Scarborough, the Symphony Orchestra will offer a programme entitled “A Youthful Outlook”, comprising: HAYDN – Symphony No.104, London DAVID HEATH – The Celtic Concerto: Jess Gillam saxophone (Finalist, […]
The organisers of the 2017 Coastival Festival in Scarborough would like to promote an exciting FREE songwriting workshop taking place during half term on Sat 18th February and invite anyone aged 8-11 to take part. Songlines with Sam Dunkley February 18th | 10.30am Join community musician Sam Dunkley to write and perform a brand new […]
Scarborough Area Music Centre present Boyes Celebrity Concert 2017 with Dennis Rollins’ Funky Funk! We are delighted to say that the 2017 Boyes Celebrity Concert features the amazing Dennis Rollins and the young and talented musicians from Scarborough Area Music Centre. Following 8 years working with Maceo Parker, funky’bone maestro Dennis Rollins debuts his all-new […]
Bils & Rye invite you to visit their gallery on the corner of Market Place and West End on the last Wednesday before Christmas, when a pianist will be playing the Schiedmayer Boudoir Grand now for sale in the gallery for the afternoon. Drinks and snacks will be served and of course it’s also market […]
A charity tea dance is being held at Helmsley Town Hall on Saturday 19th November in aid of two great causes so please come along. We have Musical Memories duo Ruth and Neil Hannah playing music from the 40’s – 70’s between 2.30pm and 5pm with a delicious afternoon tea laid on for everyone. Tickets […]
At the Milton Rooms, Malton – Sunday 20th November at 7.30pm.
The brilliant Sarah Jane Morris and Antonio Forcione have added a date to their European Tour to play at Pickering Memorial Hall in aid of refugees. The performance will include material from their brand new album ‘Compared to What?’, launched in Milan on 1st October. Rob Lawrie, the charity worker from Leeds who was arrested […]
The North York Moors Chamber Music Festival proudly presents ‘The Oculi Ensemble’ in a delightful arrangement of music at The Moors National Park Centre, Danby. Musical Director Jamie Walton presents the group on Friday 11 November at 7pm. Tickets cost £15 each and can be purchased by telephoning 01439 772738. Parking included in the price. […]
I live at 8 West End (YO62 6AF) and have recently restored a small barn, adjacent to my house, and converted the ground floor into my music room/office. I am a professional classical musician (recently semi-retired) with two decent pianos (housed in the barn), one digital, one good upright. I have a good selection of […]
Kirkbymoorside Town Brass Band have been highly commended for the work they do for the community during a visit by the High Sheriff of North Yorkshire – John Furness. The Band who celebrated their bi-centenary last year now has over 120 players across 5 bands, providing free instruments and tuition to all who wish to […]
Comes to Kirkbymoorside every Tuesday.
Harrogate Festival Chorus and Orchestra are giving a concert at Ampleforth Abbey on Thursday August 25. Otcenáš (Our Father) was written for four-part choir, tenor soloist, organ and harp, by Leos Janacek (1854-1928). Gioachino Rossini’s Petite messe solennelle (Little solemn mass) was written in 1863, with unusual scoring for voices, two pianos and harmonium. If […]
It’s back! ParkFest 2016 is being held in the North York Moors National Park on Saturday 23 July – Sunday 24 July, with dynamic ‘gypsy folk and roll’ band Holy Moly & the Crackers kick starting events as they take centre stage at 7pm on Saturday. Just back from their awesome debut performance at Glastonbury […]
The 4th Ryedale Trad Jazz Festival will take place from Sunday 24th July to Saturday 30th July 2016 in Pickering. The programme will be as follows: Sunday 24th: Concert of Spirituals at the Church of St Peter and St Paul, Hall Garth, Pickering. 2.30 – 4 pm with Ryedale Jazz. Sessions at the Memorial Hall, […]
Founded by Julian Collings in 2015 with the primary objective of promoting the choral music of Russell Hepplewhite through both performances and recordings the Arcubus Ensemble will perform at Helmsley Arts Centre on Sat. July 2nd. In addition the group presents a series of Sunday afternoon recitals at St Mary-le-Bow in the City of London […]
A new event for Kirkbymoorside that is currently being held in the Moorside Room, Church Street. This is a social singing session which everybody is welcome to come along and enjoy. We will be singing some of the best loved songs of the 20th century with live accompaniment (piano and guitar), songbooks… and a cuppa […]
Kirkby Soul Band are playing at the Moorside Bar (the Old British Legion) on 16th July at 7.30pm. The concert is in aid of the Friends of Kirkbymoorside School to help fund new outdoor play equipment. Tickets are £10 and available from Kirkby School, Towlers Chemist and Something Special. We’re hoping for a full house!!
This popular centre has eleven different ensembles for musicians of all ages and abilities and all instruments. Several young people from Kirkbymoorside, Pickering and surrounding villages attend with a subsidised bus service running from Pickering. Scarborough Area Music Centre
York Guildhall Orchestra gives the final concert of its 2015-16 season next month. The programme comprises: Rossini – Overture to La Scala di Seta (The Silken Ladder) Bizet – Carmen Suite Haydn – Concerto for Trumpet in Eb, soloist: Alison Balsom Bach (orchestrated by Stokowski) – Toccata and Fugue in D minor Mussorgsky (orchestrated by […]
Born and raised in North Yorkshire and a student of Leeds College of Music, John Newman first came to attention through his work with Rudimental producing the No 1 single ‘Feel The Love’. A No 1 platinum selling debut album ‘Tribute’ soon followed which included singles ‘Cheating’, ‘Losing Sleep’ and the gargantuan hit ‘Love Me […]
The next meeting is on Wednesday 20 April at 7.30pm, featuring Ryedale based singer/songwriter David Swann who will be performing ‘A Wagoners Lad’ at the Moorside Club and Bar, Adela Shaw Site, Shaw Drive, Kirkbymoorside, York, YO62 6JE. Freda Shaw, Events Organiser said, We are always pleased to offer something a bit different at our […]
On April 2 for a charity concert, which will include pieces by Schubert, Mendelssohn and Brahms. The ensemble – formed in 2009 by Canadian violinist Manon Derome, violist Catherine Musker, cellist Anthony Pleeth and pianist Michael Dussek – was received with great enthusiasm a year ago, and so is returning in a slightly enlarged format […]
“The professionalism and modesty of the three actresses is undeniable and makes the Harmonettes a must-see show.” – The Big Issue June 1918: a blistering hot day. Two women arrive at a prearranged spot for a mysterious assignation with a third woman they have never met. Who is she? What do they want with her? […]
During this time many players have experienced an enormous range of orchestral music without the stress of giving concerts. Many of them are relative beginners, others are seasoned players extending their orchestral repertoire. Expertise is shared in a relaxed and friendly but purposeful atmosphere. On Friday 18th March the orchestra will welcome members of the […]
Latest touring opera from Ellen Kent productions is Die Fledmaus (The Bat), Johann Strauss’s light-hearted opera set in late 19th century Vienna, and combining a cast of colourful characters with some of opera’s most popular musical moments in a story of love, laughter and sweet revenge. Ellen Kent’s critically acclaimed Die Fledermaus returns after its […]
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