Ukulele Jammers

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Where: St. Mary’s Parish Centre, Burley in Wharfedale

When: Mondays, 7pm

UKELE JAMMERS launched in the summer of 2015, in Burley in Wharfedale. The group is passionate about playing and singing popular songs from the 1950’s onwards – with a ukulele! Anybody is welcome to join us on Monday nights, whether you are a seasoned-player or a beginner.

The group frequently performs live and has been featured on BBC 1’s ‘The One Show’.

Ukulele Jammers in action
Ukulele Jammers in action
Ukulele Jammers in action

Rock Jammers

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ROCK JAMMERS is a fun and exciting music club based in Burley in Wharfedale  that runs during the school holidays aimed at children between the ages of 9 – 16. During our clubs participants get the chance to play music with others and learn some of their favourite songs.

Students learn performance skills and gain confidence throughout the week. We end the week with a live performance in front of friends and family.

HOW MUCH EXPERIENCE DO YOU NEED?

We ask for around 6 months experience on your instrument but please do get in touch if you have any questions.

Places fill up quickly so please do get in touch to book your place on our next club.

Rock Jammers in Action
Rock Jammers in Action
Rock Jammers in Action

Wharfedale Valley Voices

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Where: St Mary’s Parish Centre, Burley in Wharfedale

When: Wednesdays, 7pm

The WHARFEDALE VALLEY VOICES formed in January 2017 in the village of Burley in Wharfedale. It is a no-auditions choir who welcomes anyone with a passion to give it a go! The group sings popular songs, in addition to Gospel numbers and folk. We sing by ear and therefore the ability to read music is not necessary. Everyone welcome, no experience necessary.

Kangaroo Choir

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Where: St. Mary’s Parish Centre, Burley in Wharfedale

When: Tuesdays, 11am

The KANGAROO CHOIR is a choir for parents and babies, and is the perfect opportunity for parents to meet fellow mums and dads from the area, and to enjoy a good sing! We sing for fun, and many parents find the sound of the singing is calming to their child. No singing experience is necessary, just turn up and see how much fun a choir can be.