Production of Les Miserables at Chesterfield Library in 1997, pictured are Nigel Turner(narrator), Alison Bletcher(soprano), Carol Bowns (soprano), Christopher Tew (treble),Glyn Herron (tenor), David Townend (baritone) and Andrew Marples (piano).
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Members of the Royal British Legion Youth Corps of Drums Chesterfield and District received a bumper basket of food goodies thanks to their local Midlands Co-op Store in 2003. Andy Smith, food hall manager at Midlands Co-op department Store in Elder Way, Chesterfield presents hamper to Mick Bridge (drum major) and Ian Gill along with Laura Hicklin (10); Adam Burden (12); Emma Gibson (11) and Kynsey Higgins (10).
Nancy Fielder, editor
Daniel Johnson won a a piano award in 2006
Schoolboy band Reminiscence pictured in 2006 (left to right) Ryan “Fletch” Fletcher, bass; James Glossop, lead guitar; Eddie Glossop, vocals/ rhythm guitar; Chris Woolley, drums.
Jay Plumb entered a fast drumming comp in 2006
In 2006 eight-year-old Thomas Daynes of Pleasley Road, Teversal, was an accomplished pianist when he won the Under 9's award at the Chesterfield Music Festival
Brampton Primary pupils (L-R) Isobel Tinsley,Abbie Spalding,Georgia Chappell,Micheal Walker,Nathan Hamilton,India Hollingworth, enjoy their 1970's music day in 2008
The Ireland Colliery Chesterfield Band competed in Bolsover District Council's Brass Band Entertainment Competition at Shirebrook's Kissingate Leisure Centre in 2008
The Asian Association promoted a music event in 2008
Opening of Music Room at Newbold C of E School. The Bishop of Derby Alistair Redfern tried out the new facilities in 2009
Riddings junior school children held a special science week, playing music with members of Chesterfield symphony orchestra as well as recycled items into instruments back in 2009
Rex Brassington provided the music during the Church on the Bus in 2010
John Pickering with his tennis racket guitar in 2011
Pat Dye music teacher offered free music lessons to every Derbyshire Times reader in 2012
Kyla Canavan has hit out at DCC in 2013 after they have skipped musical instruments that could have been recycled. She is pictured with some of the instruments she managed to rescue.
Derbyshire Times Band of the Year 2015 at Real Time Music, Chesterfield in 2015. Pictured band is Black Thorn.
Lewis Peat, 8, who played with the with Ireland Colliery Chesterfield Brass Band in 2017