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Crispin Lewis, conductor of Luton Choral Society since our 136th Season. Biographical and professional information
Luton Youth Cantores was formed in 2006 from the senior girls in Luton Youth Choir, directed by Kerry Watson, Voice Teacher with Luton Music Service.
Luton Symphony Orchestra,
based in Luton, Bedfordshire, U.K., has been in existence for over
50 years providing interesting and varied concerts in Bedfordshire and North Hertfordshire.
Its current conductor, Uwe Radok, has been working with the orchestra since 1989 and has continued a
long-standing association with Luton Choral Society.
The Friends of Bedfordshire Youth Music, has been established as a registered
charity since 1971. Its aim is to support the work of Bedfordshire Music, a partnership between Bedfordshire
County Council and the Bedfordshire Music Trust, in promoting and sustaining musical
performance by the young people of Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes.
British Choirs On The Net is the premier Internet and
email listing service for British and International Choirs.
Luton Youth Music is about the opportunity
of music making for children and young people who mainly live in the Luton area.
The Musicall Compass was formed in 2000 by its director Crispin Lewis with fellow former students of the Royal College of Music and Guildhall School of Music & Drama, to perform Baroque music for voices and instruments.
Founded in 1973, Sherwood Choral Society have often performed with Luton Choral Society.
The Welwyn Garden City Music Society was founded in 1921 by a small group of music lovers less than a year after the town was inaugurated.
The membership quickly grew to 50, even though the town's total population was less than 400. The following year the Orchestra was formed and the first major concert took place in April 1922. The Society has been active ever since and joined with the town in celebrating its 75th anniversary in 1996.
Luton in Harmony is about promoting understanding within our communities. We want to celebrate our diversity, and for our town to have a positive reputation on the national and international stage.
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