Music Societies and Festivals
Bollington Chamber Concerts Society - With superb musical interpretations and an unparalleled listening environment.
Bowdon Festival - Promoting Music and the Arts in Bowdon
Chester Music Society - Chester Music Society presents over 20 concerts of chamber and choral music plus workshops in Chester from October 2009 to July 2010.
Holmes Chapel Music Society The Society has been presenting classical chamber music concerts and recitals by professional, internationally renowned musicians in south Cheshire, England since 1972. There is a warm friendly atmosphere, and everyone is welcomed.
Hoylake Chamber Concerts Series - A continuous winter series of six chamber music concerts.
Manchester Mid-day Concerts Society - A weekly series of lunchtime concerts held at the Bridgewater Hall, Manchester.
Music live at St Wilfrid's - A season of concerts at St Wilfrid's Church, Grappenhall, Warrington.
New Paths Music Festival - The beautiful Yorkshire market town of Beverley hosts the UK’s most exciting musicians in concerts, community events and sparkling music-making.
Ribble Valley Piano Week - A week of recitals and concerts by leading international artists in the heart of the Ribble Valley.
Rochdale Music Society - An annual series of at least six public concerts in the Borough of Rochdale which usually covers a wide range of instrumental music of all ages from soloists to orchestras.
The Stoller Hall - Manchester’s newest concert venue. A stunning new hall at Chetham’s School of Music.
Martin Roscoe - Artistic Director of the Manchester Chamber Concerts Society.
Manchester Camerata - Manchester Camerata is redefining what an orchestra can do. They pop up in all sorts of places, from concert halls to care homes, and collaborate with diverse artists, from classical superstars to iconic band, New Order.
Royal Northern College of MusicThe RNCM provides the venue for the Manchester Chamber Concerts Society series. One of the UK’s leading conservatoires, it also has a role as an arts centre, presenting a huge variety of visiting artists alongside programmes by student performers.
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