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Events on 21st November 2012
Find out what’s on at Sage Gateshead, a landmark venue for live music and concerts in Gateshead, Newcastle and the North East.
Jack DeJohnette Group and Polar Bear
A unique double bill bringing together two of the world's great figures from jazz drumming. One...
When the pianist Eckart Besch asked György Ligeti to write a companion piece to Brahms’s Horn...
Brass Book Exhibitions
Artist Stevie Ronnie has worked closely with Easington Writers Group, Lanchester Brass Band and...
Under 5s Music-Making (Wednesday Classes)
Join our friendly specialist musicians in the homey surroundings of the Gregg's Children's Room...
Wednesday, 1-3pm: A friendly and welcoming group which is open to players of all standards. It does...
Sounds Good To Me
A group of adults with learning disabilities who have a love of singing. A chance to sing for fun...
Absolute Beginner Ukulele
Everyone has to start somewhere and for those wanting to play ukulele, this is it. In no time at...
For players who have covered the basics of ukulele-playing and want to develop their skills...
Project: Singing is the adult programme’s latest offering for choral singers looking for a...
Find Your Voice
Discover the voice you never knew you had. This is a group singing lesson which focuses on...
Sage Gateshead Opera Chorus
Sage Gateshead Opera Chorus is a group dedicated to performing both grand and light opera. They are...
An adventurous non-auditioned choir for anyone who enjoys being part of fun, unique and varied...
A fun and informal ukulele group which explores familiar favourites and less familiar contemporary...