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Cathedral organist is to give church recital

The second in the series of monthly organ recitals in Morpeth will take place at the end of this month.

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Guitar concert in Morpeth

Musicians impress with second concert

An audience of just over a hundred heard a lyrical and sparkling duet programme from John Mills and Cobie Smith, played with precision, warmth and obvious enjoyment.

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New Voices Morpeth

Choir in search for more new voices

A mixed-voice choir has started its new term and would welcoming new singers to join its ranks.

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The Morpeth in Bloom Fest  Carlisle Park
The band pictured are called 'Mad and the Hatters'

In the band- The boy with the beige guitar (grey jumper) is called 'Mark McGarry'. The boy with the black guitar (black jumper) is called 'Matt Dunbar', and the boy on the cello (sitting down) is called 'Craig Martin'.

Benefit to support refugees

An impressive line-up of musicians, poets and activists are to front a fund-raising event for Sanctuary Network Morpeth in aid of refugee families settling in the North East.

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Ian Roberts organist and musical directos at St Nicholas Cathedral, Newcastle

New series of organ recitals set to begin

A new series of organ recital in Morpeth will start tomorrow, (Friday).

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Emma Straughan, Peter Waigh and Ken Irvine

Enjoyable programme of music

Emma Straughan and Peter Waugh, supported by pianist Ken Irvine, performed for the St George’s URC Lunchtime Concert on April 5

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Bananarama

Bananarama reform and announce North East tour date

Get ready to backcomb your barnet - the original Bananarama are back.

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The Mid Northumberland Chorus in full voice last week in front of a packed congregation at St Jamess Church in Morpeth.

Roller-coaster of emotions in an Easter Evensong service

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Guitar duo Cobie Smit and John Mills are performing a concert in Morpeth.

Renowned classical guitar duo to play at town church

Internationally renowned guitarists John Mills and Cobie Smit return to Morpeth tomorrow after their successful concert in the town two years ago.

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Tamsin Reed with Mayor of Ashington

Young musicians reap rewards and bursaries at annual festival

Young musicians showed off their skills at Wansbeck Music Festival.

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Newminster and Chantry Middle Schools' night of music

A spectacular night of music

A musical collaboration between two schools has been hailed a huge success by all who attended.

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Kathryn Tickell with Elizabeth Quigley

Kathryn pays high school a visit

A renowned Northumbrian musician was a special guest at a Ponteland school.

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KEVI students who are appearing in High School Musical
Troy played by Will Capps and Gabriella is Maddy Yates.
Picture by Jane Coltman

Show was ‘utterly brilliant’

The hottest ticket in town last weekend was for King Edward VI High School’s stellar production of High School Musical.

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Alexander Ullman

Pic: Kaupo Kikkas

Acclaimed pianist in music society concert

The next concert for Morpeth Music Society will take place next week.

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Band will transport you back to swing era

A fabulous six-piece band performing music from the swing era of the 1920s, ‘30s and ‘40s will be playing in Pegswood next month.

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Society to make a song and dance over nine decades of performing

A double celebration will take place next week with two 90th birthdays.

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Students showcase their talent

Second 2017 Winter/Spring Lunchtime Concert, St George’s URC Hall, Morpeth.

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Ripon International Festival stars the Escher String Quartet from New York.

US quartet heads to town

A world famous American string quartet will be performing in Morpeth next week as part of a programme of concerts.

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Fratellis named as festival headliners

Fratellis named as festival headliners

A Northumberland music festival has announced the first wave of acts for its summer event.

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Morpeth Joit Schools Partnership Ceilidh

Ceilidh hits the right note for second year

A school event has been hailed a huge success for the second time.

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