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Bromley Guitar Society(UK)
Contact Andrew Ferrier on 07876356532
The Bromley Guitar Society meets on the first and third Saturday of every month at St Marks Church hall, Westmoreland Road Bromley from 6:30 to 9.30pm.( A few minutes walk from Bromley South station). Mainly ensemble playing with some time for solo/group performances. A friendly group open to all levels of classical guitar playing. Please see our web site for details http://bromleyguitarsociety.blogspot.com
Cambridge Guitar Club (UK)
Contact Tim Christmas on 01223 565552
A friendly guitar club for local players and everyone who likes hearing guitar music played live. Opportunities to gain guitar performance experience both for soloists and for group playing too. And guitar lessons can also be arranged for students of all ages and abilities.
Classical Guitar Society of Northern Ireland (UK)
Contact Keith Thompson on 0289703311
The Classical Guitar Society of Northern Ireland was founded in 1989 by a group of people who wish to promote the Classical Guitar and its music in Northern Ireland. The Society meets once a month in the Ulster College of Music, 13 Windsor Avenue, Belfast and meetings take the form of short recitals, workshops, ensemble playing and discussions. Experienced teachers are usually available at meetings to offer advice to anyone interested in taking up the Classical Guitar.
East Anglian Guitarists (UK)
Contact Jane on 01799 513387
The "East Anglian Guitarists" is a forum for guitar players around Cambridge and East Anglia to get together and to play solos, duets and in other small ensembles. We aim to provide informal performance opportunities for everyone, in a supportive and friendly environment. For some, that can be as a mini-rehearsal for exams or formal concerts. But for most of us, the purpose is simply the enjoyment of sharing music with friends. All guitar styles are welcome: classical guitar, flamenco guitar, blues, folk .... , but most of us play (mainly) classical guitar. Some of us also enjoy playing guitar with other instruments (flute, violin, ...) or with voice. We meet at St Andrew' Church Centre, Cherry Hinton, Cambridge, usually on the fourth Wednesday of the month.
Greenwood Guitar Society (UK)
Contact Martin Shaw on 0208 8916889
Guitar Ensemble Workshop 1st/3rd Friday of each month (Senior) 2nd/4th Friday of each month (Junior) 7.30-9pm cover charge only with music provided. Venue: Greenwood Centre,School Road,Hampton Hill,Middx TW12 1QL Guitar Concerts arranged and visits...
Liverpool Guitar Society (UK)
Contact Richard Anderson on --
Liverpool's classical guitar society comprising Merseyside's only mixed ability classical guitar ensemble. We meet every second and last Thursday of the month at the Capstone Building in Liverpool. All players welcome.
Manchester Acoustic Guitar Society (UK)
Contact Chris Dumigan on 07740 117956
Any form of acoustic guitar style, whether classical, folk, blues, jazz etc, of any standard is played here.We meet the 3rd Tuesday of every month at the Urmston Cricket Club, in Urmston(See web for travel directions) £2 entry fee, friendly atmosphere.
North East Scotland Classical Guitar Society(UK)
Contact Peter Stock on 07814 106294
We are an active society that usually meets the 2nd Wed of every month on Queen's Cross Church in Aberdeen Scotland. Our membership shares a love of guitar and we have the full spectrum of skills. Visitors are most welcome. We usually promote 2 concert
Oxford Guitar Society (UK)
Contact Stephen Greenslade on 07989 240195
The society is run in conjunction with the Music Faculty and we meet on the last Tuesday of the month at 6 30pm in the Music Faculty building on St Aldates. Our patron is Raymond Burley. This is a new society but the main aim will be to promote ensemble playing.
South Bay Guitar Society (USA)
Contact Dimitrios Douros on 4084290689
The South Bay Guitar Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of classical guitar in the greater San Jose area of California, USA. We organize 6 concerts every year with world renown guitarist like Gabriel Bianco, Carlos Perez etc
South London Classical Guitar Society (UK)
Contact Malc Laney on 07507290448
Meets at Priory Arms, Stockwell, London. Mixed ensemble. No regular time for meetings. Usually next one posted on Delcamp forum. If you want to play at the next meeting please get in touch.
Southampton Classical Guitar Society (UK)
Contact Wayne Lines on 01329 310792
We meet on 2nd and last Wednesday each month at the St Boniface Centre in Chandlers Ford, Eastleigh. We organise major 'celebrity' concerts with top players and 'young artists' concerts to encourage the next generation. We are a registered charity,
Swansea Classical Guitar Circle (UK)
Contact Richard on 01792 208240
The Circle was founded 12 years ago to bring together local players of the classical (nylon-strung) guitar at regular meetings in Sketty Park Community Centre . Meetings are held weekly on Wednesdays at 7 pm. As well as individual playing (solos) we encourage playing in groups such as duos, trios, quartets and whole-group ensembles. The members can take part in whichever type of playing they choose, and all standards of playing are catered for. The only pre-requisite is that players should have some acquaintance with written music, but this does not have to be of an advanced level. The Circle generally holds two public concerts each year, and occasionally invites distinguished guitarists to give concerts, masterclasses or workshops. We play a wide range of music (not always classical!), ranging from early Baroque to, for example, the Beatles. New members are very welcome! The Circle's atmosphere is informal and the social aspect is not forgotten. Contact Sylvia Barker (01792 469805) the Circle's leader, or Graham Davies (01792 541799) the Secretary, for more information - or simply come along on a Wednesday evening at 7 pm. You can also find out more if you search for "Swansea Classical Guitar Circle" on the Internet. We look forward to welcoming you to the Circle.
Wealden Guitar Society (UK)
Contact Rod Protheroe on +44 (0)787 627 6180
We are a very friendly society whose aim is to promote the classical guitar by encouraging members and their guests to play at our meetings. We also organise occasional concerts by visiting professional guitarists. Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month (except August) and each month has a theme. There is no minimum standard and if you would like the opportunity to play, perhaps for the first time, please come along. Solos or ensembes are welcome. If you prefer just to come and listen you will be equally welcome.
West Sussex Guitar Club (UK)
Contact Sasha Levtov on 01243 866462
The Club was formed in 1993 by a group of classical guitar enthusiasts living in the Chichester and Bognor Regis area of West Sussex. Since then it has pursued an active programme of club meetings interspersed with professional recitals of the highest quality. Our membership is now drawn from all over West Sussex and neighbouring counties and stands at around 140. The aims of the Club are to provide an informal setting where lovers of the classical (and flamenco) guitar can meet to enjoy making and listening to guitar music, to encourage players of all standards to reach their potential, and to promote the guitar in the wider community.