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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

Classical Sheffield aims to bring together all of the classical music being made here in Sheffield and the surrounding area, as well as the people making it happen, and share it with everyone.

Sheffield and its locality are home to a wealth of talented orchestras, a variety of choirs, aspiring soloists, conductors, composers and everything in between. Thanks to Classical Sheffield, you can find them all in one place.

This December, members of Classical Sheffield are hosting festive concerts at multiple locations. Events include organ recitals, choirs, brass bands and chamber orchestras in churches, theatres, concert halls and community centres across the city.

See the Classical Sheffield events page for full details.

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