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Concerto Budapest Symphony Orchestra – G Live – Review

By Alice Fowler The Guildford International Concert Season brings renowned international and UK-based orchestras to our doorstep – without the need to travel to London or beyond. This week, the…

Vivace Chorus On Song As It Celebrates Its 75th Anniversary

Guildford’s Vivace Chorus is 75 years old. To mark the milestone the choir has published a booklet charting its history. Here, Hilary Twigg gives a synopsis of it. After the…

Music and Sunshine at the Castle Grounds Offers the Perfect Sunday Afternoon Relaxation

By Martin Giles What better way to chill out on a warm late spring Sunday afternoon than to wander up to the Castle Grounds, find a pew or a patch…

Rotary Club’s Schools Got Talent Concert Makes A Welcome Return

Contributed review by the Rotary Club of Guildford District For eight years the Rotary Club of Guildford District organised an evening of musical talent from four local schools at G…

Dynamic Duo Give ‘Exciting And Unusual’ Concert For Guildford Music Society

Review written by a member of Guildford Music Society @ GURC A dynamic duo, Spanish saxophonist Manu Brazo and Indonesian pianist Pradjna Indrawati, gave a most exciting and unusual recital…

Songs From The Shows: Musical Highlights From Stage and Screen

Sponsored article Following sell-out collaborations with the superb singers from Guildford School of Acting, Southern Pro Musica is returning again to Guildford’s Yvonne Arnaud Theatre for an evening of musical…

Another Chance to Relive Guildford’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Years With David Rose And Friends

Local historian and musician David Rose, and fellow musicians Mick Douglas and John Kelly, with be giving their popular illustrated talk with live music, Guildford the Rock ‘n’ Roll Years,…

Surrey Rainbow Choir – ‘One Of The Best Things I’ve Ever Done’

By Hugh Coakley The LGBTQ Surrey Rainbow Choir is back singing together after only meeting on Zoom during lockdown and the members are delighted. “We are a choir again” said…

Dragon Review: Live Music Returns With ‘Greatest Piano Pieces’ And A World Premiere

By Hugh Coakley Two of the “greatest piano pieces ever written” and a world premiere by a young composer was the exciting offering by the Guildford Music Society @ GURC…

Legends Festival Brings Stoke Park Alive With Music From The 60s to The 90s

Story and pictures by Mandy Millyard Stoke Park came alive again this weekend as music from the 1960s to the 90s filled the air.  Friends and families were joined by…

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