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22nd February

compiled by
Newbury & District
Arts Association
Hungerford Jazz Forum

  23 February

Hungerford Jazz Forum


The First HJF of 2024 will be on Friday 23rd February at 8pm in the British Legion, Church Way, Hungerford.

Entrance £3 to cover costs

HJF is an open forum of friendly musos. You are very welcome to come along and join in even if you don’t play an instrument.

There is also a good bar which serves beers etc plus tea and coffee.

We have replaced open numbers with a reminder that you are welcome to come along and request a particular tune, may be one you have been practicing. We will be pleased to fit you in. Just talk to one of the team or whoever has the CLIPBOARD.

Hungerford Jazz Forum now offers bands and performers a 30 minute slot around 9pm. This was first trialed last year to great success. More info here (thanks to Newbury Weekly News).

To book a slot email us on grw2013-ibook@yahoo.co.uk.

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We hope to see you Friday 23rd February.

Best Wishes From

George and the team

Douai Abbey, Woolhampton

  24 February

Royal Holloway Chapel Choir

Miserere directed by Rupert Gough


Music by Allegri, Lotti, Bach, Caldara, David Bednall (who has written mass settings for the Douai Abbey Singers), Kenneth Leighton and the UK premiere of Geoffrey Gordon's Crucifixus for Double Choir and Cello.

Tickets @ £15 (under 18s £5) from https://buytickets.at/thechoirofroyalholloway/1127507 

Royal Holloway Choir has an excellent reputation. They provided the singing for the Sunday Service on BBC Radio 4 ten days ago and they were also responsible for the BBC Radio 3 Choral Evensong which was broadcast for the feast of the Epiphany this year. 

Classic FM said of them: "The Choir of Royal Holloway has attained standards of musicianship and technical refinement high above the reach of most student ensembles.

More details about the choir can be found on their website: www.chapelchoir.co.uk

is supported by:
West Berkshire District Council