Here are some links to other web sites which we feel may be of interest:-
The Three Rivers Music Society (popularly known as TRMS), a registered charity, established in 1975, has its principal aim to promote music in all its aspects by organising concerts and recitals not only by established, talented performers but also aspiring youngsters. TRMS organises an annual programme of around six evening and four lunchtime chamber concerts at local venues around Rickmansworth.
Jordans Music Club Summer festival aims to promote chamber music of the highest quality in the local area, featuring both established international artists and talented young musicians, and has now been running for over 70 years.
Covering over 650 square miles of woodlands, hillsides and valleys, The Chiltern Society are the only voluntary organisation dedicated to conserving, celebrating and caring for all of the Chilterns’ unique landscape.
Chalfont Wind Band is a Community Wind Band and presents two main concerts each year, plus many other public engagements particularly during the summer and Christmas period. It raises much money for local and national charities. The main Concert Band has a minimum standard of Grade 5 and a Training Band for those starting to discover music or returning to it after a break.
The Wooburn Festival was originally conceived over 50 years ago by one of Britain's leading orchestral conductors, the late Richard Hickox CBE. Richard's vision was to bring orchestras and musicians of international repute to the Chilterns and Thames Valley. Since then we have expanded to include the visual arts, film, interviews and talks. Our mission is to provide wider public access to affordable high quality events within easy reach of the local community.
Taplow House is a classic luxury country house hotel in the nearby village of Taplow.
Amersham Concert Club has been organising concerts in and around Amersham by outstanding professional musicians for over 50 years. Their concerts are an opportunity to hear current and future stars in an informal atmosphere. Often the musicians talk about the music they are going to play and there can be opportunities to meet and chat with them. Everyone is very welcome, including young people, and you do not have to join the Club to come to a concert. Concerts are held between October and March at Amersham Free Church.