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What does KDCMS stand for?

KDCMS stands for Kingston and District Chamber Music Society


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The Kingston and District Chamber Music Society (KDCMS) was founded in 1954 to enable amateurs in South-West London to play chamber music. We have approaching 300 members and membership of KDCMS will provide you with opportunities to meet and play with others, whether at home, or at one of our popular monthly concerts. The annual cost of membership is modest - currently only £15 per annum. We have no restriction on playing ability.
This theatre opened on 16 January 2008 and seats approximately 899 people. The audience are arranged around the semi-circular stage. All Saints Church is host to classical choral and music concerts mostly on Saturdays and houses a Frobenius organ. There are a number of choral societies including the Kingston Orpheus Choir and the Kingston Choral Society, an amateur symphony orchestra the Kingston Philharmonia, and the Kingston and District Chamber Music Society.