– Museum of Bath Architecture

18.00 – 18.30
The Bathford Singers
A small group of friends, meeting to enjoy singing together: from Byrd to Britten, Gibbons to Gershwin, Pearsall to Piaf. This year we will feature some choral gems from Ukraine.

18.50 – 19.20
Zephyrian Woodwind Orchestra
The Zephyrian Woodwind Orchestra was founded in 1994, as an amateur group for woodwind players of a high standard. Zephyrian has commissioned ‘Mor Gwyns from Judith Bailey, West Wind from Eddie McGuire Festival, Water Music by Michael Short, and Greenshaft Sonata from Geoffey Poole,who has played regularly in The Bath Festival since 2001.
In 1998 ZWO won the Gold Award at the Finals of the National Concert Band Festival in Chepstow.

19.40 – 20.10
Bath Folk Singers
From rousing shanties to touching ballads, seasonal songs and stirring choruses, the Bath Folk Singers perform English folk songs in rich harmony. We are a local community choir that meets in Larkhall.
FB: @Bath Folk Singers

Museum of Bath Architecture
20.30 – 21.00
The NoteAbles
The NoteAbles are a small acapella group singing upbeat songs from gospel to pop, via jazz, world music and blues. Songs to make you smile, get your toes tapping and warm the heart. We rehearse on Friday mornings in Monkton Combe village hall.
Our director is Matt Finch. We are currently looking for a couple more men to join us. Contact Teresa, noteables@doynton.com. https://finchmusic.weebly.com/the-noteables.html

Museum of Bath Architecture
21. 20 – 22.00
Uke Can’t Be Serious
Pop/street music/covers
Uke Can’t Be Serious is a Bath based band who play for the joy of playing and to raise money for charities. They play an eclectic range of music from Hank Williams to Pink Floyd, from Blondie to Bob Dylan, from Oasis to Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark … and many others.
FB: @ukecantbeserious