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Weyhill Electronic<br />
Organ Society Logo

Weyhill Electronic
Organ Society


... where the music is melodic, easy listening - and live! Formed in 2002, with concerts on the third Thursday of each month, performed by talented professionals utilising a wide range of electronic keyboards. Tel: 01264 323213.



Tilford Bach Society



The Harmonium Singers Logo

The Harmonium Singers


A local chamber choir of experienced amateur singers based in Andover



The Arts Society Test Valley



Andover Light Orchestra Logo

Andover Light Orchestra


Local musicians who meet each Thursday evening to enjoy playing music



Andover Choral Society



Making Music Logo

Making Music


The UK’s number one organisation for voluntary music here to help everyone flourish in their music making.



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Pet Portraits by Aron Gadd


Fine art pet portraits of Horses,
Dogs, Cats - and Logos!


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FUNDING


Like any other concert club we rely on our membership to provide a sound financial base, and we have been blessed with good financial advice and management over the years.  These strengths, together with an outstanding venue at the Lights, enable us to maintain the high professional standards members have come to expect from Andover Music Club, by enabling us to book artists and ensembles of high calibre.


Our members contribute about 70% of the cost of our season.  Another important strand of our income is the sale of single tickets, and in this regard we ask members who are unable to attend any concert to advise the Membership Secretary.  A single ticket sold represents £15 additional income, and as evidence suggests that we regularly have 20 members missing, sales of tickets could raise another 10% of season costs.


Each concert costs, on average, around £2,300 to present, with membership fees and ticket sales covering a significant proportion of that cost.  Sponsorship is therefore very important to us, and we believe that the high quality concerts we promote should attract high quality support.  We are always looking for new sponsorship opportunities, as new sponsors may attract additional public grants.