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Welcome to Albert Dock, Port of Liverpool! Albert Dock Hotels offers the best rates on hotels near Albert Dock.
We promote recitals of lesser known works by famous composers and works of contemporary composers including specially commisioned works presented by the Cathedral Orchestra, Cantata Choir and visiting performers. Our mission: to bring lesser known and unusual music to Liverpool and the North West.
Dublin Hotel Map offers great rates on over 50 hotels near Dublin's main attractions.
Ellesmere Port Music Society presents three concerts each year, offering a wide range of music from the choral repertoire. New members always welcome. Please see our website for more information.
EPTA - European Piano Teachers Association, UK Ltd was founded in 1978 by Carola Grindea. The aims of EPTA UK are to promote excellence in piano teaching and performance, to bring teachers and performers together and to raise standards within the profession.
Fiona is an experienced and successful piano teacher, mentor and presenter and is involved in many areas of professional development. She has presented workshops, talks and seminars for the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music, Hal Leonard, EPTA and music services and written several articles on aspects of instrumental teaching for Music Teacher and EPTA Piano Professional. Fiona also works as a mentor, guiding and advising instrumental teachers for the ABRSM and Essex Music Services.
The concept of a Beatles themed hotel in Liverpool has been prevalent amongst Beatles enthusiasts in the city since the late 1980's. The choice of a suitable location and the finance to make the vision a reality only came together in 2004 when plans were finalised to convert one of Liverpool's classic city centre buildings into a luxurious 4 star hotel.
The ISM exists to offer comprehensive back-up for all your professional work as a musician, giving the status and security of belonging to a professional body, and contacts with like-minded colleagues. We have authoritative views on issues ranging from education to ethics, and from intellectual property to broadcasting. We have agreements with the BBC, links with education agencies, and contacts with government departments. Full members receive friendly and practical advice on a huge range of matters, whether legal, professional or personal.
Welcome to Liverpool Centre! Liverpool Centre Hotels offers the best rates on hotels near Liverpool Centre, London. All of our hotels have been inspected and rated by AAA and the Mobile Travel Guide,the authorities in hotel inspection.
Liverpool City Centre Hotels offers great rates on over 50 hotels near Liverpool City Centre.
The LMO has been giving concerts on Merseyside since its foundation in 1951. It fills an important musical niche, while providing a platform for emergent and established professional soloists and conductors. Peter Donohoe, Zubin Mehta, Martin Roscoe, Sir Charles Groves, Carl Davis and more recently its President, Sir Simon Rattle, are among the famous names with whom the LMO has worked during its long history.
String players of a reasonable standard, ability and of ANY age are always warmly welcomed. If you 'like' playing good music you will just love being a member of the Liverpool String Orchestra.
The objective of this database is to encourage performances of the works of the composers listed, particularly during the years 2007 (800th Anniversary of Liverpool’s Charter) and 2008 (Liverpool European Capital of Culture).
Music in Chester is produced by Chester in Concert as part of its long term policy to raise the profile of live music in Chester. Copies of Music in Chester can be obtained from Chester Tourist Offices, from libraries, hotels, and at events advertised in Music in Chester.
Ormskirk Music Society comprises a choir and orchestra which perform four concerts a year in Ormskirk, Lancashire. Please see our website for a concert diary, programme details and ticket booking information.
Also known as the Tuesday Orchestra, we are a group of amateur and student musicians who meet every Tuesday at 7.30pm (throughout term-time) to play music together. The fact that we are a rehearsal orchestra means the music we play changes every few weeks. We always welcome new members so have a look at our website and drop us a line, we would love to hear from you!
This is a jumping off point for an unofficial round-up of the huge number of non-professional orchestras in the UK (also called community orchestras in some circles). A large number of them now have their own websites, and I get frequent e-mails from people looking for places to play and letting me know of orchestras I need to add to my list - I welcome the correspondence! So, if you're looking for somewhere to play or somewhere to listen, have a look at our website - I'm adding new entries all the time!