We have been asked to get involved with this charity gig to help raise funds for Cancer Research UK.
In-Tune has been instrumental (no pun intended!!) in getting these groups of local musicians on stage and performing for this very worthy cause.
Find the Winsford band The Grey Skys and Middlewich band The Virgils on Facebook.
Also appearing is professional drum soloist and local lad Jake Woodward with more acts to be confirmed.
Wow! it’s that time of year again already!
Our annual children’s workshop held in conjunction with Music for Life is almost here and, following the success of the past two years, hopes to be another fun, inspiring day!
Children from five local schools will be taking part in the workshop which will be followed by a showcase concert performed by the children in the evening.
This gives everyone involved the opportunity to not only try out musical instruments but also experience the thrill of performing in front of a live audience!
If you would like to come to the concert, tickets are now available at £3.50 each – just get in touch!
The Middlewich Oscars is an annual event, held to recognise and reward those people who make a difference in Middlewich.
Middlewich Town Council, who organise and run the event, are looking for musicians to perform on the night and have got in touch with us to help with the search!
Are you in a band looking for an opportunity to perform in public? Maybe you’re part of a local choir or a solo artist that would love to be a part of this special event?
If you think you’d like to get involved, please contact either ourselves via our Contact Us button or the town council directly on 01606 833434 or through their website www.middlewich.org.uk
The Middlewich Rose Fete is taking place on Saturday 20th May and they are looking for young musicians to perform and have requested our help for the search!
If you are interested or know anyone who might be, please get in touch.
Another successful night for In-Tune!
It was a golden opportunity for us to showcase local talent and what a great selection!
There were amazing performances from Never Trust a Tom, Facepalm Mute, Irwell, Jack Hayward and Noah Curren, Virgils Unhinged and SJD Jazz Collective.
On top of all that, we raised £137 for the Poppy Appeal!
A massive thanks to everyone for supporting the night, it was a fantastic celebration of local musical talent and we cannot wait for the next one!
The Royal British Legion’s annual Poppy Appeal concert will this year be hosted by In Tune and feature a wealth of local musical talent! We are very honoured to have been asked to host this for the RBL and it’s set to be a great night of fundraising. Proceeds are in aid of the Poppy Appeal and also to assist In Tune to continue our work in the town.
Tickets will be available shortly.
Wow! What a night!
After a full day of music and singing workshops, a concert was put on in Middlewich Civic Centre with all the participating children showing off their newly acquired skills. It was standing room only as they performed to a packed out hall, giving them all the opportunity to play and sing in front of a real audience. This can be a really scary thing to do but they all pulled it off and everyone watching was truly delighted!
In-tune would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who took part or came to watch the children and a special thanks to Music for Life for putting on the workshops.
Now we need to start planning what we do next! If anyone has any ideas for events, workshops, musical activities etc. that they would really like to see happening in the town, please get in touch using our feedback form. We’re always open to new ideas!
Six schools taking part in 3 workshops; vocals, drumming and orchestra. More than one hundred local children will be working with professional musicians in a full day of active music making! There will be a celebration showcase concert from 7pm in the Town Hall, Middlewich with tickets available on the door.
Free brass instruments up for grabs!
We are excited to be able to launch a fantastic opportunity very soon! More details to follow in the next few weeks. Keep a look out on Facebook and Twitter for more details.