More information on of all our Music Organisation members and their contact details, listed in alphabetical order.
Lincolnshire County Library has a large collection of books, scores, plays and other information on music, drama, theatre, cinema and dance.
The library also has an extensive collection of multiple copies of vocal scores, orchestral parts and play scripts for loan to choral, orchestral and drama groups.
Lincolnshire Music Service, Myle Cross Centre, Macaulay Drive, Lincoln LN2 4EL
Telephone: 01522 552818
Conductors: Richard Green, Chris Rogers, Nigel Morley, Alex Greenfield.
- Lincolnshire Youth Concert Orchestra
- Lincolnshire Youth String Chamber Orchestra
- Lincolnshire Youth Symphony Orchestra
- Lincolnshire Youth Wind Orchestra
Performing throughout Lincolnshire and on tours in Europe.
Entry is by annual audition in May and applications need to be submitted in March for membership for the following academic year.
Monthly rehearsals and a residential weekend course are held in Skegness.
The LOA was founded in 1968 by a small number of enthusiastic people, with a common interest in the classic pipe organ, whether as players or listeners.
Today, our membership consists of players of all abilities, along with those who just enjoy listening to the ‘King of Instruments’.
We have meetings on average once a month, either visiting organs around the county , country and Europe, talks and social events. The programme is varied to appeal to all our members.
soundHOUSE, 18 St Martins Lane, Lincoln LN2 1HY
Telephone: 01522 510073
soundLINCS began in 1998, set up by community musician and CEO Nikki-Kate Heyes MBE. The Company’s connection with MUSIC:LINK began in the same year, and has now been a member organisation for the past 19 years.
soundLINCS is a not-for-profit community music organisation operating across the East Midlands. Working in partnership with local, regional and national organisations, soundLINCS provides and develops high quality and innovative music-making opportunities and training for all ages and communities.
soundLINCS does this by:
- Running music workshops and residencies in an array of music and multi-arts genres; from samba to singing and pop to production and technology.
- Offering training and professional development for both musicians and non-musicians.
- Undertaking research.
- Providing advocacy and information through e-bulletins, social media.
- Creating toolkits, apps and books designed to provide music-making opportunities to as many people as possible.
Over the years soundLINCS has built a national reputation for delivery and training work around Musical Inclusion, working closely with participants and staff across a wide range of strands, including early years, looked after children, youth justice services, hospitals, young parents, special education needs, older adults and rural isolation.
Our vision is that everyone has an opportunity to be empowered through music.