Anvil Concert
Apr
30
7:00 pm19:00

Anvil Concert

  • ANVIL ARTS

You can book tickets online on the Anvil Website 

Eight of the Basingstoke Area Youth Ensembles and choirs from several local schools, featuring over 300 of the area’s most talented instrumentalists and singers, present a showcase performance for all the family. Including songs from Les Misérables and a selection of classical and light music performed by wind orchestras, string orchestra, percussion ensemble, choirs and symphony orchestra.

Volunteer helpers can sign up to help here. 

Summer Event and Picnic Concert
Jul
9
11:00 am11:00

Summer Event and Picnic Concert

  • Queen Marys College

Outdoor stalls will be in a green area alongside the entrance to indoor stalls, Indoor stalls will be spaced around the side hall, entrance foyer and some will be at the back of the performance area in the hall. As long as the weather is good, music from the performances will be amplified to the outdoor area. Visitors are routed in and out of the hall passing the indoor and outdoor stalls to ensure all stalls have the opportunity to be visited by our customers.

 


Grade 1 challenge
Feb
11
9:00 am09:00

Grade 1 challenge

  • Queen Marys College

We are running a  Grade 1 Sponsored Challenge, in association with Trinity College London.  Participants have  signed up to learn an instrument (or a new instrument) and in February 2017,  they will take a full Trinity College, Grade 1 examination at Queen Mary’s College. 

Training Weekend
Jan
27
Jan 29

Training Weekend

  • PGL

BAYPE and BAYSO have booked a joint training weekend trip to PGL Liddington

Evening Concert
Dec
4
7:00 pm19:00

Evening Concert

In the evening concert, which will start at 7pm, BAYGE (guitars), the Youth Choir and BAYWO will perform in the first half, and BAYPE and BAYO will play in the second half.  Entrance to this will be £5 and £3 for concessions.
Afternoon Concert
Dec
4
2:30 pm14:30

Afternoon Concert

In the afternoon concert, which starts at 2.30pm, BAYSTO will start, followed by BAYSO.  After the interval, the Junior Choir, BAYWTO and TAYWB will play.  Entrance will be £3 and £2 for concessions, payable on the door

Anvil Concert
May
7
7:00 pm19:00

Anvil Concert

  • The Anvil

The Eurovision come to Basingstoke! 

Eight of the Basingstoke Area Youth Ensembles, and choirs from several local schools, featuring over 300 of the area’s most talented instrumentalists and singers, present songs from The Eurovision Song Contest.

The concert will also feature a selection of classical and light music with something to suit all tastes, performed by Wind Orchestras, String Orchestra, Percussion, Choirs and Symphony Orchestra.

Christmas Evening Concert
Dec
6
7:00 pm19:00

Christmas Evening Concert

  • Queen Marys College

The evening concert at The Main Hall, Queen Marys College Basingstoke.

  • Basingtoke Area Youth Wind Orchestra
  • Basingtoke Area Youth Percussion Ensemble
  • Basingtoke Area Youth Orchestra
  • Basingtoke Area Youth Choir

Entry £5 Concessions £3

There will be a combined reduced price for people attending the morning and afternoon concerts. 

Combined entry £7 and £4 concessions

Helpers please sign up here http://vols.pt/DudcUM

Christmas Afternoon Concert
Dec
6
2:30 pm14:30

Christmas Afternoon Concert

  • Queen Marys College

The afternoon concert at The Main Hall, Queen Marys College Basingstoke.

  • Basingtoke Area Youth String Orchestra
  • Basingtoke Area Youth Wind Training Orchestra
  • Basingtoke Area Junior Choir
  • Basingtoke Area Youth String Training Orchestra

Entry £3 Concessions £2

There will be a combined reduced price for people attending the morning and afternoon concerts. 

Combined entry £7 and £4 concessions

Helpers please sign up here http://vols.pt/DudcUM

BAYO Concert Tour to Tuscany and Paris
Jul
28
Aug 4

BAYO Concert Tour to Tuscany and Paris

It is proposed to take the Main Orchestra on a concert tour this year. Exact details are to be confirmed.

It is planned to stay in a 3* Hotel in the Spa Town Montecatini Terme.

It is planned to visit Pisa and se the leaning tower and to visit the city of Florence.

Concerts are proposed in Florence and Montecatini.

After 4 nights in Florence it is proposed to continue the excitement staying for 2 days at the Jean Monnet Hostel in Paris.

John Fuller needs to have a depost of £60 from those intending to go on the tour by the 17th October 2014.

Please contact johnfuller3@gmail.com if more information is needed.

Summer Festival with Crafts and Music
Jul
12
11:00 am11:00

Summer Festival with Crafts and Music

  • Sherfield School

Crafts and food stalls, games, cafe, BBQ and musical performances throughout the day

This year we are opening up the event to local performance groups to perform outside.

Contact Friends of BAYOC to let us know if you wish to perfom at the event. 

Book a stall for Crafts and Music on 12th July 2015
20.00

Craft Fayre Stall Holder

The 2015 Crafts and Music Event will be held at Sherfield School, Sherfield on Loddon on Sunday 12th July 2015 between 11am and 5 pm. 

We provide a table length of 6 foot to display your crafts. You may extend your table with your own tables at no extra charge.      Free tea, coffee or Squash is available to crafters during the event.

Hot and could food can be purchased from our cafe and BBQ, and even delivered to your stall on request. You may choose on the day whether to be indoors or outdoors. If outdoors you are recommended to bring and erect a tent or gazebo.

Indoor stalls will be spaced around a hall with a central perfomance area, music from this area will be amplified to the outdoor area. Visitors are routed in and out of the hall passing the outdoor stalls to ensure all stalls have the opportunituy to be visited by our customers.

Footfall is gauranteed as hundreds of children perform during the event and their families come to support them. We have each ensemble perform twice during the event to ensure that there is time to visit the stalls between perfomances.

Having been running the annual event for 10 years we carried out surveys of customers, ensemble parents and stall holders last year, satisfaction was high and the overwhelming majority of respondents wanted the event to remain in a similar format.

We also surveyed the first 200 car drivers attending the event as they entered the car park, and found that 168 were associated to our Orchestras and Choirs, others found out about the event from a number of other routes. Armed with this knowledge we intend to priortise the most effective promotions and to increase the family fun part of the event, to promote more to the extended families as well as parents.

More info at www.craftsandmusic.co.uk part of Basingstoke Festival

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