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Running for over 80 years, Wiltshire Rural Music is a charity dedicated to supporting the community through music, for people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds.
They put on monthly Tune@Noon concerts for local musicians in Wiltshire, run regular groups – from orchestra to ukelele – as well as events dedicated to serving rural areas, through events such as Music On Your Doorstep.
Getting music into parts of the county that are often overlooked, they also run a bursary scheme designed to help young musicians with music tuition and financial expenses.
Amongst the Ensembles they run are:
Ebonite Clarinet Group. Wednesday evenings • Twice a month • 7:15pm-9pm. A clarinet ensemble for the motivated clarinettist.
Orchestra. Saturday mornings • Twice a month • 10:30am-12:30pm
A friendly ‘All Comers’ group that love to play a variety of music.
String Ensemble. Saturday mornings • Twice a month • 10:30am-12:30pm. A self-led group that explore new repertoire.
String-A-Long. Saturday mornings • Weekly (in term time) • 9am-10am. A group suitable for beginners looking to pick up an instrument for the first time.
Chamber Group . Sunday mornings • Once per month • 10:30am-12:30pm . A self-led group that explores duets, trios and more
Uke Group . Wednesday evenings • Once per month • 7:30pm-9:00pm. Suitable for all ages and abilities who love the ukulele!
Chamber Winds. Thursday evenings • Once a month • 7pm-8:30pm. An opportunity for motivated woodwind players to explore chamber repertoire.
All sessions £5. Times and dates subject to change, please refer to our website for up-to-date information.
For any further information, call 01225 753175 or check out their website www.wiltshireruralmusic. co.uk