10 Parishes Festival

Parish_FestivalThe 10 Parishes Festival is now firmly established as a major West Somerset celebration of the visual and performing arts in Wiveliscombe and the nine surrounding parishes.

Started in September 2003, the Festival is a highly successful biennial event, supported by the large number of artists, craftspeople and performers who have chosen to live and work in the area, giving it a unique character and a widely acknowledged creative identity.

The Festival grew out of the Wiveliscombe Area Market Town Initiative, which focuses on developing local culture and creativity, employment, rural tourism and a sustainable, proactive approach to the local environment and community life. Please visit the website at www.10parishesfestival.org.uk for full event details, news and blogs.

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Sue Mitchinson, PR Officer | info@10parishesfestival.org.uk | www.10parishesfestival.org.uk

Amici

AmiciAmici is a chamber choir whose numbers vary depending on the works being performed. At full strength it numbers around 40 adults and students with big voices and a high standard of individual musicianship. We are adventurous in our programming and like a challenge. We have presented multi-media performances, semi-staged oratorios and concert parties of operatic arias and Edwardian parlour songs; small ensemble pieces and full-scale works with orchestra, from the middle ages to 21st century, from masses to swing. Amici also tours abroad. Membership is by invitation, but we are always interested in new voices.

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Blackdowns Early Music Projects

Established in 2004, Blackdowns Early Music Projects were principally conceived to draw BEMP-full-logo-croppedtogether groups of experienced singers to work under the expert guidance of specialist music directors on programmes of infrequently performed early music (mostly pre 1720). The principal music director is JanJoost van Elburg, with guest directors being invited from time to time. Talented and enthusiastic singers of this repertoire are invited to spend 3 or 4 days working together on the music, some are local, while many come from Europe and all over the UK. The music is performed in a suitable venue in the area (occasionally straying as far away as Exeter Cathedral) and is frequently accompanied by specialist early music instrumentalists. The resulting concerts have become a mainstream event in the calendar for anyone who loves renaissance or baroque vocal music. BEMP is registered Charity 1156177.

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Catherine Bass, information@blackdownsearlymusic.co.uk | www.blackdownsearlymusic.co.uk

Bridgwater Choral Society

Bridgwater_Choral_SocietyBridgwater Choral Society was re-formed in 1949 with the aim of performing music of quality from the classical choral repertoire. We give two concerts a year in the beautiful parish church of St Mary, Bridgwater, with a full professional orchestra and soloists. Recent performances have ranged from familiar works such as Haydn’s Paukenmesse, Puccini’s Messa di Gloria, and Handel’s Messiah, to less-visited works such as Lambert’s Rio Grande and Holst’s Ode to Death. The Society grows from strength to strength under the expert leadership of our conductor, Iain Cooper. We welcome singers of all ages and abilities. We are a diverse and friendly group, and we help and encourage new members who wish to extend their singing experience into the choral repertoire. We offer free membership to local young people. Rehearsals are held each Wednesday between September and May from 7.30pm at St Joseph’s Primary School, Park Avenue, Bridgwater TA6 7NN. Do join us! Bridgwater Choral Society is a Registered Charity, No 276524

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Graham Box, secretary@bridgwaterchoral.org | www.bridgwaterchoral.org

Collegium Singers

Collegium_SingersCollegium Singers was originally established in 1994 by a group of singers who enjoy performing music specifically suited to a small chamber choir (known as Taunton Camerata until 2009). The group developed a reputation for excellent performance of interesting programmes for singers, players and audiences alike. Repertoire includes vocal works from the eleventh century to the present day including several baroque present-day premières, with musicians drawn from recognised professional period ensembles.  With the current Musical Director, Peter Leech, Collegium Singers are exploring beautiful music suited to chamber choirs,  particularly from renaissance and baroque periods,  interspersed with programmes of suitable works from more recent and living composers. Rehearsals are on Monday evenings in Taunton. Membership is around 25. Collegium Singers are interested to hear from prospective  members with a clear and blending vocal tone and experience of singing in a small ensemble. Auditions are friendly and take place following a few rehearsals.   For more information please email collsingers@gmail.com Collegium Singers is a Registered Charity 1116300

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John Edwards, collsingers@gmail.com

Creative Innovation Centre CIC

ciccic-logo-webCreative Innovation Centre CIC is non-profit Community Interest Company and social enterprise Company No. 08140784. Any profits made go back into our community projects and services.

CICCIC is an exciting place where being enterprising about your community or creative practice is what we are all about. We unite all good things that make us happy as individuals, groups and communities.

We support and work with all forms of art, music, performance, heritage and all cultural activities.

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Andrew Knutt, andy@ciccic.co.uk | www.ciccic.co.uk

Curry Rivel Music

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The Gang Show

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Mandy Sanders, www.tauntongangshow.co.uk

Heathfield Community School

Heathfield Community School is an 11-16 comprehensive school on the outskirts of Taunton. Heathfield has “performing arts” specialist status and shares a site with the “Tacchi-Morris Arts Centre” where many lessons and performances take place.  Performances at the Arts Centre include school concerts, drama productions and dance festivals as well as performances by local community groups and professional companies. The music department runs three student choirs, a community choir, two wind bands, an orchestra and many other instrumental groups. The school has been designated a “Centre of Excellence for Music” by Ofsted.

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Hestercombe Centre for Young Musicians

Hestercombe Centre for Young Musicians

Young musicians in Somerset who are looking for excellent musical coaching can join ensembles, take part in performance workshops and a wide variety of classes with top quality music teachers at the Hestercombe Centre for Young Musicians every Saturday in term time. You can join at any time in the academic year.

Open to woodwind, brass, strings, as well as singing, piano, guitar and bass, each student follows an individual programme across a range of genres from classical to jazz, folk and music theatre. It is not compulsory to have individual tuition at HCYM as most students continue learning with their current teachers.

A broad and comprehensive curriculum allows for ensemble music-making, composition, history, theory, singing and aural perception.

HCYM opened in March 2014 as a division of the Guildhall School, building on the longstanding success of the Centre for Young Musicians founded in London in 1970.
Thanks to the Sound Foundation Somerset Hub, bursaries are available each year to families in Somerset who meet strict criteria. To apply, please visit http://www.hestercombe.com/cym.

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Registered charity No: 1000825

In Ecclesia

IN_EccelsiaIn Ecclesia is continuing with its original aim, dating back 50 years, to provide choral services for churches without the means to provide their own. Originally this was aimed at rural churches but we now include urban churches and cathedrals in our travels. In addition the intention is to continue with spring/summer concerts in Milverton and the Christmas concerts in Taunton. We meet for rehearsals on Thursday evenings at 7.45pm in St John’s Church Taunton and generally follow the pattern of school terms. The choir numbers around 20 members and is always interested in applications from experienced singers with moderate sight reading ability with a real interest in Church Music. Our Director of Music is Steven Martin. Tel: 01884 840206.

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Peter Ayre, PeterJAyre@aol.com | www.inecclesia.org.uk

Milverton Concert Society

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OrchestraWest

Orchestra_West“Astonishing and fantastic that work of such high quality is being produced in Taunton” – Charles Hazlewood. Orchestra West was founded in February 2006 and is the only fully professional symphony orchestra west of Bristol. We are based in Taunton and perform orchestral concerts throughout the West of England. Past performances have included concertos by Elgar, Brahms, Sibelius and Strauss, symphonies by Rachmaninov, Tchaikovsky and Beethoven, and works by Wagner, Grieg amongst many others. We are available for hire and commonly are employed supporting choral concerts with choral societies and chamber choirs. In particular a strong association exists between Orchestra West and the Amici chamber choir. Our players include a number who are truly famous in their own right but we also try to encourage young professionals as they develop their careers. The orchestra is governed by Taunton Music Trust which is also plays an important role in the area’s music education. General administrator is Caroline Seymour – info@tauntonflowershow.co.uk Tickets are now available online through www.orchestrawest.co.uk, and from the Brewhouse Theatre Box Office and the Taunton Tourist Information Centre.  There are various concessions available, so please do contact Anne Curtis through the website, or on the details below. Next year OrchestraWest are launching a campaign to create an Endowment Fund, and as part of that we are creating an extra ticket called a donation ticket. This will includes a voluntary additional £2 on the full ticket price, enabling OrchestraWest to reclaim Gift Aid on the gift.

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Beverley Green, bev.green@talktalk.net | www.orchestrawest.co.uk

The Phoenix Singers

Phoenix_SingersThe Phoenix Singers is a Taunton based mixed-voice chamber choir founded in 1971 that annually presents five concerts. The choir mostly sings a cappella music in a wide range of styles drawn from early music to very contemporary challenges. The Phoenix Singers performs at weddings and accepts invitations to private functions. Members join on the basis of an audition and previous experience. Rehearsals take place in the Chapel of Taunton School where the choir meets on a series of approximately five Tuesday evenings (7.45 – 9.30pm) leading to a performance. Registered charity No: 1108860 For further information please use the contact details below.

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Frances Webb, franwbb@gmail.com | www.thephoenixsingers.co.uk

Ron Tickner Memorial Trust

Ronald_TicknerThe Ronald Tickner Memorial Trust was set up to advance the study of music by providing scholarships for young Somerset students of organ or piano accompaniment. So far the Trust has awarded three scholarships, two to piano accompanists who have already embarked on professional careers, and one to an organist who has a place at one of the London music colleges.

Contributions are welcomed from individuals and organisations. Please see contact details below.

Reg. Charity 1084561

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Nancy Beveridge, Honorary Secretary | rtetrust@gmail.com | www.rtetrust.org

St John the Evangelist Church

emotionheader St John’s Church in Park Street, Taunton, is a Grade 1 listed building with excellent acoustics and a fine Father Willis organ. Regular musical events are held during the year including a series of monthly lunchtime concerts that have been running for several years, These concerts were founded to give young aspiring musicians a free platform while at the same time offering the community a pleasurable experience.

St John’s Church is a popular choice as a venue for performances by local musicians and choirs. For further details about hiring the building as a concert venue or about any of the events advertised please email us.

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Mary Elliott | secretary@stjohnstaunton.org.uk | www.stjohnstaunton.org.uk

St. Mary Magdalene Church

St_Mary_MagdeleneTaunton’s wonderful mediaeval Parish Church plays host to a number of musical and musical/theatrical events throughout the year, performed by both visiting and local groups. We also put on our own musical events outside the liturgical calendar – some of these are quite unusual.

If you are interested in hiring St. Mary’s as a venue for your own performance, or would like information about St. Mary’s own events please use the contact details below.

Reg. Charity 1084561

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Parish Administrator | marymag.taunton@btopenworld.com | www.stmarymagdalenetaunton.org.uk

Somerset Chamber Choir

Somerset_Chamber_ChoirSomerset Chamber Choir was founded in 1984 by former members of the Somerset Youth Choir and is firmly established as one of the most exciting choirs in the area. It recruits from among the most talented singers in the region and places a strong emphasis on encouraging young people to join its ranks. The choir performs innovative and eclectic programmes of both established and neglected masterpieces, and regularly performs with many of the UK’s top professional soloists and orchestras. We perform two concerts a year, usually in Wells Cathedral and King’s College Chapel, Taunton. The Choir meets approximately four times per year for weekend rehearsals at Hambridge Village Hall and currently has about 70 members.

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Philip Bevan, prbevan@btinternet.com | www.somersetchamberchoir.org.uk

Somerset County Orchestra

SCOThe Somerset County orchestra is an amateur orchestra that rehearses on Tuesdays in Taunton, and generally presents four concerts per year in the Taunton area. We have performed many major works over the years, as well as other exciting and varied works – many by English composers. The orchestra is conducted by various local conductors, and often uses local soloists for concertos.

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Susan Kaufman, contact@somersetcountyorchestra.org.uk | www.somersetcountyorchestra.org.uk

Somerset Opera

Somerset_OperaSomerset Opera was founded by Brian Cresswell in 1974. Since then we have performed over 200 operas, operettas, musicals, revues and oratorios throughout Somerset and beyond. We rehearse in Archbishop Cranmer’s School in Taunton on Mondays, with further rehearsal nights nearer production, and are always looking for new members who can sing/sew/paint scenery to swell our enthusiastic ranks of 140 members and friends.

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Tina Harrison, contact@somersetopera.org.uk | www.somersetopera.org.uk

Somerset Rural Music School

SMRMSSRMS was founded in 1974 by its former Director, Brian Cresswell, who has since retired. It aims to provide a relaxed, informal and caring setting in which a range of instrumental lessons can take place, such as wind, brass, guitar, keyboard and drums. These are supported by Aural, Theory and Ensemble activities as well other enriching activities in recorder, street dance, junior music and art.

The school meets on Saturday mornings at Heathfield Community School, Monkton Heathfield, Taunton from 9.00 to midday, by kind permission of the Headmaster and Governors.

SRMS is a Registered Charity, no. 284074

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Dave Organ | somersetruralmusic.school@gmail.com | www.srms.org.uk

Southern Sinfonia

Southern SinfoniaSouthern Sinfonia – the chamber orchestra of Southern England.

With Sir Roger Norrington as its patron and David Hill as its music director, Southern Sinfonia enjoys a fine reputation as the leading chamber orchestra in the South of England. The orchestra is renowned for its unique ability to play both modern and baroque instruments at the correct pitch and with informed playing style. The orchestra’s expansive repertoire, including music from the 1600s up to the present day, puts it in huge demand, and has been delighting audiences throughout the South of England for over 25 years.

Southern Sinfonia is Orchestra in Residence at the Corn Exchange in Newbury, the University of Winchestra and The Brewhouse Theatre in Taunton, has an association with Reading University, and performs in venues throughout England, including London, Bath, Wells, Exeter, Canterbury, Cambridge, Nottingham and Romsey.

Southern Sinfonia’s most recent releases include the Monteverdi Vespers on the Signum label, the world premiere of Carl Rutti’s Requiem (Naxos), and the Bach B Minor Mass with Ralph Allwood and the Rodolfus Choir (Signum). Future plans include a landmark recording series with Resonus Classics.

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Jonathan Manners, jonathan@southernsinfonia.co.uk | www.southernsinfonia.co.uk

Taunton Amateur Operatic Society

TAOSThe Society has been in existence for over one hundred years, aiming to educate and entertain the public. This it does by hiring professional directors, set designers and costumiers to produce two shows a year, a musical in the spring and an operetta in the autumn. With an approximate membership of 175 there is an abundance of talent to call upon both on and off the stage. Rehearsals take place in our own large premises, Callebaut Hall, Kingston Road, Taunton.

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Jill Venn, jillvenn@googlemail.com | www.tauntonoperaticsociety.co.uk Andrew Pearce, monsieurpearce@hotmail.co.uk

Taunton Choral Society

Taunton_Choral_SocietyTaunton Choral Society is a well-established choir with around 80 or so members. The choir has a long history of high quality choral singing and gives three concerts each year, usually with orchestral accompaniment. Its repertoire is mainly traditional, but not exclusively, sacred music. Recent performances include Vaughan Williams’ ‘Sea Symphony’, the Mozart ‘Requiem’, Handel’s ‘Messiah’ and Stainer’s ‘Crucifixion’. Concerts tend to be in Taunton itself although we have also sung as far away as Wells Cathedral. Our enthusiastic and talented Musical Director is Stephen Bell. We rehearse each Tuesday night at 7.30 in Temple Methodist Church; prospective new members are always welcome.

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Pen Hollin, pjhollin@sky.com | www.tauntonchoralsociety.org.uk

Taunton Concert Band

Taunton_Concert_BandWe take part in the National Concert Band Festival, where we have had excellent results in the past. Practices are held at The Archbishop Cranmer School, each Friday evening. Training Band (Beginner level) is from 6:30-7:30pm, Senior Band (Advanced level) from 7:30-9:30pm. The band has a number of instruments available at the moment, which we are keen to allow new members to use. We are particularly keen to recruit tuba and percussion players.

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Martin Wills, martin@tauntonconcertband.co.uk | www.tauntonconcertband.co.uk Bill Greed, bill@tauntonconcertband.co.uk

Taunton Deane Male Voice Choir

PrintThe choir seeks to maintain the very best traditions and standards of male voice singing and has performed in cathedrals and village halls alike. The range of songs performed is very wide, including famous hymns, ballads, songs from shows, and light opera. The choir has helped to raised many thousands of pounds for local and national charities. In 2016 the choir will celebrate its 70th anniversary in 2016 with a visit to Taunton’s twin town Lisieux.

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Steven Reed, Publicity Officer,  steven.reed04@btinternet.com | www.tauntondeanemvc.org.uk

Taunton Festival of the Arts

Taunton_ArtsFormed in 1913, the Taunton & Somerset Music, Drama & Dance Festival has undergone a name change – Taunton Festival of the Arts – to reflect more closely its activities and to allow for additional events. The change of name also coincides with changes in the Festival Year: the Music Festival will be in February 2015 and the Drama Festival in the following month. There will not be a Music or Drama Festival in 2014. The Dance Festival will continue to be held in June with the next competition on the 14 & 15 of this year. Aiming particularly, but not exclusively, at young people Taunton Festival of the Arts provides a challenge and a unique opportunity to perform in a competitive and non-competitive situation in front of adjudicators, all experienced professionals, offering teaching at the highest level. Music classes are held in piano, strings, woodwind, brass, recorders, composition and vocal. Drama classes include verse speaking, prepared reading, public speaking, mime, and acting. All performers receive verbal and written adjudication scripts and certificates, and cups or trophies are also awarded.

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Taunton Literary Festival

Welcome to the 5th Taunton Literary Festival, an exciting programme of events, presented by Brendon Books, Taunton’s independent bookshop.
This year, we have 21 days of events, featuring more than 40 authors, workshops and activities to inspire and entertain you. Why not start your own book at our writer’s workshop? Try your hand at bookbinding or participate in a reading Shakespeare event. We’ve also got readings of Dylan Thomas’s prose and poetry, the launch of an original play, written for radio, as well as a visit from Sunny Ormonde “Lillian Archer” from Radio 4’s The Archers, who is in Taunton with her one woman show.
The festival runs from 7 to 28 November and we look forward to seeing you there.Tickets for the events are available to purchase directly from Brendon Books or online via Ticket Source.

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Lionel Ward, brendonbooks@gmail.com | http://www.tauntonliteraryfestival.net

Taunton Sinfonietta

Tainton_SifonetteTaunton Sinfonietta is a small chamber group of professional players which performs on average five times a year, either at the Tacchi-Morris Centre or local churches. The Sinfonietta employs a range of soloists, aiming to encourage younger performers as often as possible. They are also happy to premier works by local composers. Programmes are varied and include pieces from the baroque, classical, romantic and more modern periods. The Sinfonietta is supported by Patrons and Friends. For more information about the Sinfonietta and its concerts please use the contact details below.

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Robin Carpenter, robin.carpenter@virgin.net | www.tauntonsinfonietta.org.uk

Taunton Thespians

Taunton_ThesbiansEver since 1927 the Taunton Thespians have enjoyed a reputation for producing good quality theatre for the region. Their annual programme includes at least two shows at the Brewhouse, a summer tour playing ten venues around the County, fun play-reading evenings, In-House performances and other outreach activities of a theatrical nature. All this means that every member has the opportunity to be involved to whatever degree they wish. New members are particularly welcome at the monthly Club-Nights, 7.30pm on the first Wednesday at The Place, our 50-seater theatre and clubroom in Wilfred Road, off East Reach, Taunton.

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Jane Edwards, secretary@tauntonthespians.org.uk | www.tauntonthespians.org.uk

Wayfarers Pantomime Society

WPSFor more than forty years the Wayfarers have been delighting Taunton audiences with their annual offerings and, since 1969, have produced full-scale quality productions in the finest family pantomime tradition. The stated aims of this award-winning society, however, extend beyond entertainment to education and also, hopefully, to conservation of an endangered artform. An active membership of around one hundred is supported by a similar number of Associate Members. Rehearsals take place mainly at the home of Taunton Amateur Operatic Society, Callebaut Hall. Performances are staged over a two week period in January at the Brewhouse Theatre.

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Geraldine Lucking, gmlucking@yahoo.co.uk | www.wayfarers-pantomime.co.uk

Wednesday Orchestra

We are a repertoire orchestra meeting at Taunton Academy South, Lyngford Road, Taunton, TA2 7EF on Wednesdays from 7.45 to 9.45 during term time. New members are always welcome especially string players. There are no auditions but a standard of grade 5 plus is required.

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Ruth Scanlon, Secretary | ruth_scanlon@hotmail.com

Wellington Arts Association

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Wellington Choral Society

We are a friendly choir of about 80 mixed voices, performing two concerts a year, in November and March, with orchestral accompaniment and guest soloists. Over the years we have sung some challenging and unfamiliar pieces as well as most of the standard choral repertoire. Our Music Director is Laurence Blyth, a young and enthusiastic choral conductor who joined us in January 2011 and has rapidly established himself through both his musical and motivational abilities. Rehearsals are on Wednesdays in Wellington Methodist Church, Waterloo Rd at 7.30pm.

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Sue Ryan, wellingtonchoralsociety@gmail.com | www.wellingtonchoralsociety.org.uk

Wellington School Music Department

Wellington_SchoolIn addition to the many public concerts offered by our gifted pupils, Wellington School Music Department also offer a Professional Concert Series featuring some of the most talented performers in the land. Recent visitors to Wellington School include Wayne Marshall, Crispian Steele-Perkins and Cantabile.

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Wellington Silver Band

WSBWellington Silver Band is a friendly band of about 20 playing members. We run concerts for charities, play at civic events, support local community events, and can be hired for bookings. We give a warm welcome to anyone wishing to join the band. Rehearsals are on Tuesday evenings, 7.30 to 10.00 p.m. We also run a training band (rehearsals 6.30 to 7.30 p.m.Tuesdays) catering for beginners. Youngsters of age 9 plus and adults of all ages and abilities are welcome. Tuition is free and instruments are loaned free (training and senior band) subject to availability.

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Davina Greenshields, oakwoodbarn@tiscali.co.uk | www.wellingtonsilverband.org.uk Liz Payne (Bookings), alps123@btinternet.com Gordon Francis (Managing Director), gordon.francis@yahoo.co.uk

West Somerset Singers

This is a mixed voice adult choir of about 45 singers. Formed in 1945 by Arthur Temple, then Director of Music at Taunton School, we have just celebrated our diamond Jubilee. Our repertoire is very varied and in recent years has ranged from 13th century ‘Summer is icomen in’ to late 20th century works such as Malcolm Archer’s ‘Requiem’ and Andrew Carter’s ‘Musick’s Jubilee’. We rehearse weekly on Monday evenings in Taunton School for two terms of 12-13 weeks for concerts in April and December, usually in one of the larger Taunton churches.

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Mrs Chris Knapman, dknapman@onetel.com | www.westsomersetsingers.org.uk