Bristol Classical Musicians reviews, contact details, websites - all local to Bristol.
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Drum and bugle corps. Locations: Kingswood 0117 940 1392
The site publicises the activities of Bristol Cathedral Concert Choir, which is NOT the same as Bristol Cathedral Choir, but a choral society connected with the Cathedral. The site contains information about BCSC and its programme, how to join
Musica Mundi is a baroque chamber music group based in the Southwest of England, specialising in music from the sixteenth to the eighteenth centuries, and with an interest also in contemporary writing for early instruments Locations: Redland 0117 942 9502
Pianist with experience of contemporary, avant-garde, nineteeth century and early twentieth century works.
The orchestra gives 4/5 public concerts each year at many venues in the region, at times with instrumentalists or singers to perform symphonic works, concertos and choral works Locations: Redland
An independent symphonic wind band doing public performances. Locations: Clevedon 01275 791844
A symphonic brass ensemble. Performances of the established brass repertoire as well as lesser known works and new commissions. Locations: Hotwells 0117 929 1064
Classical music society. Diary of events.
Composer. Alwynne Pritchard began composing as a teenager and went on to study composition with Robert Saxton at the Guildhall School of Music, and later with Justin Connolly and Michael Finnissy at the Royal Academy of Music. Alwynne has recently received a PhD from the University of Bristol. She is a regular presenter on BBC Radio 3's Hear and Now programme and teaches composition at Trinity College of Music, London.
A large adult community orchestra, playing mainly symphonic and similar repertoire suited to our large forces Locations: Redland 0117 923 6778