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music in norwich

‘What’s on?’ a round-up of classical, jazz & world music events in Norwich

September 2012-April 2013

At a glance : September ‘12–April ‘13 December 2012

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Norwich Baroque: Binham Priory 7.30pm 27 NN Chamber Music: Steven Isserlis, Jean-Efflem Bavouzet 23 Norwich Music Group: Chorus & Orchestra 7.30pm 31 The Bach Players: Bach and his rivals 7.30pm 8 NN Chamber Music: Alessandro Taverna 7.30pm 23

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St Peter Mancroft: Flute & Piano/Organ 1pm 36 Mozart Orchestra: Hannah Roberts 7.30pm 20 NN Chamber Music: BBC RADIO 3 Live 7.30pm 24 St Peter Mancroft: Organ 1pm 36 St Peter Mancroft: Classical Guitar 1pm 36 Academy St Thomas: Kanako Ito & Martin Storey 5 NN Chamber Music: London Bridge Ensemble 7.30pm 24 NN Chamber Music: 3pm 24 Britten Sinfonia: 20th Birthday Concert 7.30pm 10 Norwich Baroque: Bach Concertos 7.30pm 28 Oct–3 Nov Theatre Royal: Glyndebourne on Tour 39

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NN Chamber Music: Barbirolli Quartet 7.30pm St Peter Mancroft: 1pm Organ Norwich Philharmonic: Orchestra & Chorus NN Chamber Music: 3pm Tribute to Britten St Peter Mancroft: Organ 1pm UEA Symphony Orchestra: Britten Centenary Viva Voce at St Peter Mancroft: Britten’s AMDG & other choral works 7.30pm 30 Britten Sinfonia at Lunch 1: 1pm

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St Peter Mancroft: Young Musicians 1pm Keswick Hall Choir: 7.30 pm NN Chamber Music: Elias Quartet 5.30pm Theatre Royal: RAF in Concert 7.30pm Norwich Philharmonic: Richard Uttley 7.30pm UEA Choir: Christmas Concert 7.30pm Norwich Baroque: Cathedral Consort 7.30pm Norwich Philharmonic: Family Christmas 7.30pm Viva Voce: Family Christmas Concert for MAP 6pm

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January 2013 1 Norwich Pops: New Year’s Day Concert 3pm 8 Norwich Theatre Royal: Angela Hewitt 7.30pm 19/20 Chamber Music Weekend: The Britten Quartets 20 Norwich Baroque: Michael Chance 2.30 pm 25 Britten Sinfonia at Lunch 1: 1pm Triorca debut concert in Germany

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September 2012


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NN Chamber Music: Lars Vogt 7.30pm Britten Sinfonia at Lunch 3: 1pm Norwich Philharmonic: David Greed 7.30pm NN Chamber Music: A Tribute to Britten 7.30pm Keswick Hall Choir: Britten and Friends 7.30pm Norwich Music Group: 7.30pm NN Chamber Music: Elias Quartet 5.30pm

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March 2013 2 Academy St Thomas: Lorraine McAslan 7.30pm 6 3 Britten Sinfonia: Baltic Nights 7.30pm 13 7 The Bach Players: Stabat Mater 7.30pm 8 7/8 Chamber Orchestra Anglia: UEA 7.30pm 14/41 9 NN Chamber Music: Vienna Piano Trio 7.30pm 26 16 Norwich Philharmonic: Orchestra & Chorus 7.30pm 34 23 Chamber Orchestra Anglia: at SCVA 7.30pm 15/41 23 Viva Voce: Spring Concert 7.30pm 42 April 2013 10 Triorca: Youth Orchestra from 3 Nations 7.30pm 21 20 Norwich Baroque: Keswick Hall Choir 7.30pm 19/29 28 NN Chamber Music: Elias Quartet 5.30pm 26

Advance notice 2013 15 June Norwich Baroque: A Virtual Tour of Baroque Britain 29 6 July 2013 Norwich Pops Orchestra, How Hill 35 27 July Norwich Baroque Concertos for flute 29 7 September Dame Emma Kirkby & Michael Chance 29

Children playing in the Sarah Glover orchestra

Notice: In Harmony Norwich is now Sistema in Norwich Following the end of a successful 4 year pilot project funded by the Department for Education, NORCA are delighted to announce that they will be continuing the excellent work started by In Harmony Norwich under a new banner. NORCA have formed Sistema in Norwich so that they can continue the popular Venezuelan El Sistema programme in Norwich schools. Sistema in Norwich has close links to the global El Sistema network. For more information see

At a glance : September ‘12–April ‘13 : at a glance

February 2013


About Music in Norwich This programme is the result of a collaboration between a number of organisations who promote classical, jazz and world music. The aim is to gather music listings in one place so that they are easy to find and also to offer an overview of performances throughout the year. The Music in Norwich group is a self-supporting partnership of music organisations active and promoting music in Norwich and the surrounding area. We hope you will keep this booklet safe as it covers six months’ programming. Because of space limitations and lots going on, concert details are brief but you can find out more from individual organisations. See page 43 for venue and contact details and also where to buy tickets. Please also visit our website at where you can download a pdf of this programme. Important: All information is subject to change please check with individual organisations before travelling to an event.

Benjamin Britten and Familiar Fields - a note from the Editor There is lots going on musically in Norwich this year as you will see from the following pages.

Benjamin Britten

Of particular note is the centenary in November 2013 of the birth of Benjamin Britten, one of the celebrated ‘sons’ of East Anglia, born in Lowestoft, educated at Gresham’s, Holt, active in Norwich and working in Aldeburgh, Suffolk for most of his life. From Autumn 2012 to Autumn 2013 there will be celebrations of his work gathered together under the banner ‘Familiar Fields’, words from one of his works, ‘Peter Grimes’. So wherever you see the logo below, you will know the work is part of the Britten Centenary celebration. Benjamin Britten’s work was prolific, accessible and popular. If you want to know more about his life and his contribution to music, pick up one of the brochures that are available everywhere or look at the websites and

The Academy of St Thomas was founded in 1973 and has been promoting high calibre concerts in the region ever since. The players of the Academy are drawn from professional musicians and peripatetic teachers who donate their talents in order to play in a high-standard orchestra. Concerts have been acclaimed for their high professional standards and exhilarating performances under the direction of conductor Christopher Adey.

Concerts Saturday 20 October 2012 7.30pm St. Andrew’s Hall, Norwich Kanako Ito violin Martin Storey cello Christopher Adey conductor

Kanako Ito

Beethoven Egmont Overture Brahms Double Concerto for Violin and Cello Mendelssohn Symphony No.4 ‘The Italian’

Tickets £16, £13 and £9, under-18s and students £5 any seat from Prelude Records, St Giles Street, Norwich tel 01603 628319 Martin Storey

Academy of St Thomas

After working in the USA for many years, Norwichborn Martin Storey makes a welcome return to his home city. He is joined by his wife, violinist Kanako Ito to perform Brahms’ magisterial Double Concerto. The programme is balanced with Mendelssohn’s sunny ‘Italian’ Symphony.

Academy of St Thomas

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Saturday 2 March 2013, 7.30pm St. Andrew’s Hall, Norwich Britten Violin Concerto Beethoven Symphony No.7 Lorraine McAslan violin Christopher Adey conductor

Lorraine McAslan

Academy of St Thomas

An unmissable opportunity to hear Britten’s Violin Concerto – a seldom-performed and unforgettably commanding work. Written at the start of the Second World War, it offers a brilliant insight into the composer at the height of his powers. No less robust but familiar to all is Beethoven’s great Symphony No. 7 – promising to end the programme a blaze of swirling energy and colour. Tickets on sale from 11 January for Patrons and 18 January for general bookings from Prelude Records 01603 628319 For more information go to Concert sponsored by Lewis Jarrett

Academy of St Thomas


Friday 5th Oct, 8pm Blonde On Black Chanteuse Christine Davidson presents an evening’s entertainment dedicated to her great black heroines of song including Billy, Ella, Sarah and more. Friday 12th Oct, 8pm It’s A Gas! Gas! Gas! Singer songwriter, guitarist and record producer Graham Dee formed the Rock and Soul band “The *DV´WKHÂżUVWPL[HGUDFH(QJOLVKJURXS7KH'DYH Holgate trio supports Graham in an entertainment EDVHGRQKLVH[WUDRUGLQDU\PXVLFDOOLIH Friday 19th Oct, 8pm Sojourn in Rhythm Ticket includes a Caribbean buffet supper Calypsonian and percussionist Caspar James relives his years living and travelling in the Caribbean in an HYHQLQJRIH[FLWLQJ/DWLQR&DULEHVRXQGV Friday 26th Oct, 8pm BHM All Star Jam Bring it and Jam it! The elite of Norwich get together to celebrate the end of BHM with foot stomping, swinging, grooving, dancing and moving! )\H%ULGJH6W1RUZLFK15/Tickets from ÂŁ12. Call 01603 766 129 to book or purchase on the door

Opportunity for young musicians

Norfolk YouNg MusiciaN 2013 sunday 13th January 2013 John Innes Centre, Colney, Norwich • Badminton Prize - £150 - for the most promising young string player

• e aylsham Music society Prize - £200 - for the most promising woodwind/brass player • Mrs E sturgeon Prize - £150 - for the most promising young pianist • Three cash Prizes - £200 £150 £100 closing date for applications 14th December 2012 Application forms and details from or 01603 504301

e Michael Badminton Young Musicians Trust was established in 1998 by Michael Badminton to support talented young string players in Norfolk. Since his death in August 1999 the Trust has supported a number of young players with help with tuition costs, loans of instruments and assistance to attend courses both here and abroad. For further details of the Young Musicians Trust, contact Jonathan Wortley at

Thursday 7 March 2013, 7.30pm The Bach Players Stabat Mater


The Bach Players explore the Easter Story from Mary’s viewpoint with Pergolesi’s poignant rendition of the Stabat Mater and two of Biber’s Mystery Sonatas, each vividly depicting a station of the cross.

Thursday 27 September 2012, 7.30pm Bach and his rivals Rachel Elliott soprano, Sally Bruce-Payne alto Andrew Staples tenor, Matthew Brook bass When Johann Kuhnau died in 1722, the most important musical job in Leipzig became vacant. Three composers auditioned to become the next Cantor at St Thomas's church: Telemann, Graupner and Bach. Both Telemann and Graupner turned it down. Bach landed third place and accepted the job. For this concert The Bach Players gather their forces to play a deeply affecting cantata by each composer, written as an audition piece to show off his talents.

Rachel Elliott soprano Sally Bruce-Payne alto Nicolette Moonen violin G.B. Pergolesi Stabat Mater H.I. Biber Mystery Sonatas

Octagon Chapel, Colegate

Ticket prices for both concerts £17.50, £12.50, £5 students and schoolchildren All concerts are at the The Octagon Chapel, Colegate, Norwich. Tickets are available online at or from Prelude Records, St Giles Street, Norwich tel 01603 628319

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The Bach Players

The Bach Players is a collective of world-class musicians drawn together by their passion for the music of J.S. Bach. They perform on original instruments and explore the relationship between Bach’s music, work by the European composers who inspired him, and the music of his contemporaries.

The Bach Players


Concerts Tuesday 23 October 2012, 7.30pm Theatre Royal Norwich Britten Sinfonia 20th Birthday Concert Pekka Kuusisto violin/director Jacqueline Shave violin/director Thomas Gould violin/director Caroline Dearnley cello Nicholas Daniel oboe Alissa Firsova Birthday commission (World première tour) Sibelius Rakastava Bach Concerto for Oboe and Violin James MacMillan Birthday commission (World première tour) Tippett Fantasia Concertante on a theme of Corelli Prokofiev Symphony No.1 ‘Classical’

“ Finnish violinist Pekka Kuusisto is probably the most engaging maverick in classical music today. The Times

Quirky, imaginative, and quintessentially Britten Sinfonia, the 20th birthday concert showcases the individual talents of Britten Sinfonia musicians as well as their collective sound. Designed as a concerto for orchestra, the repertoire is drawn from Britten Sinfonia’s most inspiring projects and features close collaborator, violinist Pekka Kuusisto. Two premières open each half, including a piece by Alissa Firsova for Britten Sinfonia Academy featuring young musicians from the East of England. Don’t miss the celebrations.

Britten Sinfonia

Britten Sinfonia Academy

Britten Sinfonia

Britten Sinfonia

In conversation – 6.30pm Discover two decades of Britten Sinfonia in a special 20th birthday pre-concert talk Tickets £26, £23, £20, £13, £6.50 10

Britten Sinfonia at Lunch 1

Angela Hewitt directs

Jacqueline Shave violin Miranda Dale violin Clare Finnimore viola Caroline Dearnley cello Stephen Williams double bass Emer McDonough flute Nicholas Daniel oboe Joy Farrall clarinet Sarah Burnett bassoon Stephen Bell horn

Angela Hewitt piano/director Thomas Gould violin/director

Our Britten centenary At Lunch series begins, fittingly, with his first compositions. These virtuosic works, written while Britten was still a student, heralded his extraordinary talent to the world. £8, £3 (under 18s and students with valid NUS card)

Angela Hewitt

One of the finest pianists of her generation, Angela Hewitt makes a popular return to Norwich directing and performing two pillars of the piano concerto repertoire: Beethoven’s youthful second and intimate and serene fourth. Alongside each concerto, Britten Sinfonia leader Thomas Gould directs Wagner’s Siegfried Idyll and Sibelius’ ethereal Scene with Cranes. Early booking for this concert is advised. In conversation – 6.30pm Free pre-concert talk with Angela Hewitt £26, £23, £20, £13, £6.50

“ If you want the sheer joy of human

creation and recreation, then go to a piano recital by Angela Hewitt. The Times

Britten Phantasy Quartet Op.2 Lutoslawski Dance Preludes Dobrinka Tabakova New work (World première tour) Britten Sinfonietta Op.1

Wagner Siegfried Idyll Beethoven Piano Concerto No.2 Sibelius Scene with Cranes Beethoven Piano Concerto No.4

Britten Sinfonia

Tuesday 8 January 2013, 7.30pm Norwich Theatre Royal

Friday 30 November 2012, 1pm Assembly House, Norwich


Britten Sinfonia at Lunch 3 Friday 25 January 2013, 1pm Assembly House, Norwich

Mark Padmore

Britten Sinfonia at Lunch 1 Mark Padmore tenor Richard Watkins horn Caroline Dearnley cello Poulenc Elégie (in memory of Denis Brain) Richard Rodney Bennett Tom O’Bedlam Gerald Barry New work (World première tour) Walton Three Songs Britten The Heart of the Matter

Copland Vitebsk Shostakovich Two Pieces for String Quartet (Elegy & Polka) Britten Reflection Jay Greenberg (World première tour)* Britten Three Divertimenti

Works dedicated to Britten’s partner Peter Pears interweave with works inspired by Sitwell verse in this fascinating portrait performed by tenor Mark Padmore, one of Britten’s finest interpreters.

Two of Britten’s most admired contemporaries, Copland and Shostakovich feature in this vibrant programme with stage and dance connections. Completing the programme is a new work by Jay Greenberg, winner of the University of Cambridge Composer’s Workshop 2012.

£8, £3 (under 18s and students with valid NUS card)

£8, £3 (under 18s and students with valid NUS card)

Britten Sinfonia

Huw Watkins piano

Thomas Gould violin Miranda Dale violin Clare Finnimore viola Caroline Dearnley cello Huw Watkins piano

Friday 8 February 2013, 1pm Assembly House, Norwich


Sunday 3 March 2013, 7.30pm Theatre Royal Norwich Baltic Nights Alina Ibragimova violin/director Jacqueline Shave violin/director Britten Sinfonia Voices Perotin Viderunt omnes Bach Violin Concerto No.1 in A minor Eriks Esenvalds New work (World première tour) Bach Motet - Komm, Jesu, komm BWV 229 Pēteris Vasks Violin Concerto ‘Distant Light’

Britten Sinfonia’s professional choir intersperse music from Perotin and Bach, and Eriks Esenvalds brings the themes together in a new commission for strings and voices directed by leader Jacqueline Shave.

Alina Ibragimova

In conversation – 6.30pm Free pre-concert talk with Eriks Esenvalds

Britten Sinfonia

Closing Britten Sinfonia’s Norwich Theatre Royal season, acclaimed violinist Alina Ibragimova directs the orchestra in a programme showcasing her skill with both contemporary and early repertoire: Pēteris Vasks’ expansive Violin Concerto Distant Light and one of two surviving violin concertos by Bach.

Tickets £26, £23, £20, £13, £6.50 Box Office Telephone 01603 630000 or in person from Theatre Royal, Norwich 13

Founded in 2001, Chamber Orchestra Anglia’s key aims are to forge new links and relationships with other art forms and scientific disciplines and present inspiring and accessible classical concerts. The orchestra’s artistic director and principal conductor, Sharon Andrea Choa is Director of Music at UEA and conductor of the UEA Symphony Orchestra.

Thursday 7 & Friday 8 March 2013, 7.30pm UEA Drama Studio, University of East Anglia UEA Drama and Chamber Orchestra Anglia A new staged production of TH White’s The Sword in the Stone, with music by Benjamin Britten Holly Maples director Sharon Andrea Choa conductor Tickets from £5 – on sale mid December 2012

Chamber Orchestra Anglia

The leader of the orchestra is Simon Smith, an outstanding violinist who has performed extensively as a soloist with the Philharmonia Orchestra, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields.


Chamber Orchestra Anglia

Both concerts are on the UEA campus towards the west of the city. The number 25 bus leaves the city centre regularly, or a cab from the city centre costs £6 - split between two couples or four friends it is good value! For updates on COA news and concerts see Chamber Orchestra Anglia with conductor Sharon Andrea Choa


The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts is on the campus at the University of East Anglia.

Chamber Orchestra Anglia

The Centre is one of celebrated architect Lord Norman Foster’s iconic buildings, a commission by Sir Robert and Lady Lisa Sainsbury in the 1970s to house their World art collection. It was his first major public building and, arguably, his ‘big break’.

Sharon Andrea Choa conductor Martin Owen horn Programme to include: Britten Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings Pre-concert talk at 6.30pm Art historian, Tim Barringer (Yale) on the influences of the pastoralist movement in art on Britten’s music.

UEA Box Office 01603 508050 Prelude Records - 01603 628319 or St George’s Music Shop 01603 626414 For more information about concerts at UEA

Tickets for these concerts are available at:

Chamber Orchestra Anglia

Tickets from £5 on sale mid December 2012

Set in the parklands of UEA and overlooking the Broad, it is an inspired location for a concert, and a great way to enjoy this fantastic building.

Saturday 23 March 2013, 7.30pm Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, UEA

01603 593948 Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, UEA


Concerts Saturday 1 December 2012, 7.30 pm Norwich Cathedral Fauré Requiem op.48 (arranged David Hill) Widor Ave verum corpus Fauré Tantum ergo op.55 Lili Boulanger Soir sur la plaine Lili Boulanger Les Sirènes Lili Boulanger Pour les funérailles d’un soldat Nadia Boulanger Lux aeterna Aaron Copland Four motets

Established now for over forty years, Keswick Hall Choir attracts the most accomplished and experienced amateur choral singers in the area and has long been admired for undertaking challenging repertoire. For the forthcoming season, under its new conductor, Christopher Duarte, it will be exploring the work of two pre-eminent figures of 20th century music.

Julian Charles baritone Dominic Hopkins violin Philip Trzebiatowski cello Lucinder Pennick harp David Dunnett organ & piano Christopher Duarte conductor Nadia Boulanger was one of the most influential teachers of the last century and the programme includes music by her teachers, Fauré and Widor, her sister Lili and one of her most famous pupils, Aaron Copland.

Keswick Hall Choir

Christopher Duarte

Keswick Hall Choir

The Requiem is presented in a new arrangement by David Hill, conductor of the Bach Choir. 16

Saturday 16 February 2013, 7.30 pm St Peter Mancroft Church, Norwich Britten and Friends Aaron Copland Old American Songs Francis Poulenc Salve Regina Lennox Berkeley A Festival anthem op.21 no.2 Benjamin Britten Chorale after an old French carol Britten Prelude and Fugue on a theme of Vittoria (organ) Britten Five flower songs op.47 Britten Prelude to ‘They walk alone’ (organ) Britten AMDG Britten Festival Te Deum op.32

Keswick Hall Choir

In the Britten centenary year we mix and match pieces written between 1930-1950 by Britten and some of his composer friends. In their original form the Old American Songs were given their world première by Britten and Pears. Poulenc's influence generated a whole sequence of French-inspired music and and Lennox Berkeley shared a house with Britten in the 30s, eventually collaborating on an orchestral suite. The four choral works by Britten will be interspersed with organ solos.

We are very pleased to have been given a Britten Award by the Trustees of the Britten-Pears Foundation in relation to the programming of this concert.

Keswick Hall Choir

David Dunnett organ & piano Christopher Duarte conductor


Keswick Hall Choir Saturday 20 April 2013, 7.30 pm St Peter Mancroft Church, Norwich Music for Coronations Handel Four Coronation anthems Purcell Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem Boyce The King shall rejoice Blow The Lord God is a sun and a shield Croft The Lord is a sun and a shield Boyce Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem Purcell My heart is inditing

For the 60th anniversary of the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II we round off our season with a grand pageant of music for Coronations past. Opening with Zadok the Priest, and exploring some lesser-known composers and music from Coronations of the 17th and 18th centuries, there is much which will appeal beyond the well-known dose of Handel.

Tickets from Prelude Records 01603 628319 and St George’s Music Shop, 17/19 St George’s Street, Norwich Telephone 01603 626414

Keswick Hall Choir

Norwich Baroque

with Norwich Baroque Christopher Duarte conductor

Further details at and


Xenia Horne

is one of the country’s bestknown and most experienced harpists. As well as running her own busy and successful career, from her base in Norwich, Xenia also manages UK Harpists, a collective of professional harpists across the UK who are available to play at concerts and events. So if you need a harpist, for any occasion anywhere in the country, start by talking to Xenia.

Superb local harpists across the UK|email | text 07866568872 freephone 0800 458 0435

The Mozart Orchestra was founded in 1961 and its first concert given at the Assembly House in 1962. The orchestra is frequently joined by celebrity guests and specialist musicians. The season runs from May to October, with two concerts in Norwich and others further afield in Norfolk or Suffolk. More details can be found on the website

Concert Saturday 6 October 2012, 7.30pm St Andrew’s Hall, Norwich Colin Dowdeswell Conductor MacCunn Overture: Land of the Mountain and The Flood Elgar Cello Concerto Op34 Vaughan Williams Symphony No 5

Tickets from Prelude Records, 25b St Giles St, Norwich, tel 01603 628319

Mozart Orchestra

Winner of the Jacqueline du Pré Memorial Award, international cellist Hannah Roberts joins the Mozart Orchestra to play Elgar’s ever-popular Cello Concerto as part of an all English programme. Hannah has performed with many top orchestras, as well as musical legends Lord Menuhin and Louis Kentner.

Mozart Orchestra

This concert is in aid of the Families House charity.

Hannah Roberts


Triorca – young musicians from 3 nations

The orchestra is conducted by its artistic director, the international conductor and virtuoso oboist, Nicholas Daniel, and this concert features music by Britten in his centenary year and a new work specially commissioned for Triorca from the young British composer, Xiaotian Shi.

Nicholas Daniel

Triorca Nicholas Daniel conductor Simon Callow narrator (subject to confirmation) Britten A Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra Xiaotian Shi New work commissioned for Triorca Shostakovich Symphony No. 5 A new international youth orchestra of young musicians from England, Germany and Serbia makes its UK debut, featuring music by Britten in his centenary year and a new work specially commissioned for the orchestra by young British composer Xiaotian Shi. Tickets £18 £15 £12 (TBC) Half price for under 18s and students in full-time education, £1 discount for friends and family Tickets from Prelude Records, 25b St Giles Street, Norwich, tel 01603 628319

Triorca – young musicians from 3 nations

Made up of musicians from Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany, Novi Sad, Serbia and Norfolk, England, and funded by the EU Cultural Programme, Triorca has been created to help young musicians from the three countries share their different cultural backgrounds and learn together and from each other, using the international language of music.

Wednesday 10 April 2013, 7.30pm St Andrews Hall, Norwich

Following its successful debut in Germany in July 2012 and appearance in Serbia in December 2012, Triorca makes its UK debut in Norwich.



2013 sees the centenary of the most celebrated British composer of the 20th century, Benjamin Britten, whose music was inspired by East Anglia’s landscapes and sea – Britten’s ‘familiar fields’. Look out for special centenary performances of Britten’s music in Norwich and across Norfolk and Suffolk this season and over the coming year.

Centenary performances of Britten’s music in Suffolk and Norfolk Autumn 2012 to Autumn 2013 PRINCIPAL SPONSORS


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The John Innes Centre is a modern 300 seat concert hall, well suited to chamber music. It is located in the Norwich Research Park, on the west side of the city close to the University and NHS Trust Hospital and there is plenty of free parking

Tickets £22 (members £18, students under 25 £8) from Prelude Records, 25b St Giles, Norwich NR2 1JN tel 01603 628319 Let no-one say there is no room for another set of established masterpieces when the pianist is possessed with this sort of recreative energy and exuberance. Gramophone Magazine

Norfolk & Norwich Music Club Reg Charity No 278446

Friday 7 September 2012, 7.30pm John Innes Centre Steven Isserlis cello Jean-Efflam Bavouzet piano Steven Isserlis

Saint-Saens Cello Sonata No 1 Debussy Preludes Bk II & Cello Sonata Bartok Rhapsody No 1 Pre-concert discussion at 6.30pm

Jean-Efflem Bavouzet

Saturday 29 September 2012, 7.30pm John Innes Centre Alessandro Taverna piano Chopin Introduction & Rondo Op 16 Messaien Esprit de Joie Debussy Images Book II Stravinsky Three movements from Petrouchka

Norfolk & Norwich Chamber Music

All concerts are open to the public. For details of membership and season tickets contact the Secretary, Roger Rowe MBE, 60 Park Lane, Norwich NR2 3EF Tel 01603 621169 email


Norfolk & Norwich Chamber Music at John Innes Centre

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Sunday 21 October 3013, 3pm

Monday 8 October 2012, 7.30pm

Alina Ibragimova violin Stephen Kovacevich piano

BBC RADIO 3 Live Transmission

Brahms Violin Sonatas Nos 1,2 & 3 Takemitsu Hika & Distance de fĂŠe

Evegenia Rubinova piano Scriabin Fantasy in B minor, Op.28 Prokofiev Sarcasms Prokofiev Sonata No.4 in C minor, Op.29 Rachmaninov 6 Moment musicaux, Op.16

Saturday 3 November 2012, 7.30pm Barbirolli Quartet Haydn Quartet in B flat Op 76/4 Bartok Quartet No 2 Op 17 Schubert Quartet in D min D810 Death & the Maiden Evegenia Rubinova

Saturday 20 October 2012, 7.30pm London Bridge Ensemble

Sunday 11 November 2012, 3pm

Bridge Phantasie Quartet Britten Violin Suite & Lachryma Bridge Two Pieces Schubert Piano Trio No 1

James Gilchrist tenor Anna Tilbrook piano A Tribute to Benjamin Britten James Gilchrist

Purcell Music for a While/Solitude/Divine Hymns Britten Canticle 1 & Winter Words Butterworth Shropshire Lad Norfolk & Norwich Chamber Music

N & N Chamber Music


Saturday 19/Sunday 20 January 2013 Elias Quartet

Sunday 2 December 2012, 5.30pm Elias Quartet Beethoven I The first in a cycle of six concerts devoted to the complete Beethoven’s String Quartets

Maggini Quartet with Pal Banda cello Saturday 19 January, 7.30pm Mozart Quartet in D major K499 Hoffmeister Britten Quartet No 1 Schubert Quartet in G major D887 Sunday 20 January, 11.30am Schubert Quartettsatz D703 Bridge Three Idylls Britten Quartet No 2

Programme 1 Quartet in A major Op 18 No 5 Quartet in C major Op 59 No 3 Rasumovsky Quartet in C sharp minor Op 131 Lars Vogt

Friday 1 February 2013, 7.30 pm Lars Vogt piano Bartok For Children Schubert Sonata in G major D894 Thomas Larcher Poems Brahms Variations on a theme by Paganini Op 34 (1st set)

Sun 20 January, 3pm Mozart Quartet in G major K387 Britten Quartet No 3 Schubert Quintet in C major D956

Maggini Quartet Norfolk & Norwich Chamber Music



A Tribute to Benjamin Britten Mark Padmore tenor Roger Vignoles piano Schubert Im Fruhling/Abendstern/Herbst Britten Holderlin Fragments & John Donne Sonnets Schubert Die Mutter Erde/Im Abendrot

Mark Padmore

Vienna Piano Trio

Saturday 9 March 2012, 7.30pm Vienna Piano Trio Mozart Trio Sonata in G-major, K.11. Ravel Piano Trio Dvorak Piano Trio No.2 in G-minor, op.26

Sunday 24 February, 5.30pm Elias Quartet Beethoven II

Sunday 28 April, 2012, 5.30pm Elias Quartet Beethoven III

The second in a cycle of six concerts devoted to the complete Beethoven’s String Quartets

The third in a cycle of six concerts devoted to the complete Beethoven’s String Quartets.

Programme 2 Quartet in D major Op 18 No 3 Quartet in F minor Op 95 Serioso Quartet in B flat major Op 130

Programme 3 Quartet in G major Op 18 No 2 Quartet in E flat major Op 127 Quartet in F major Op 59/1 Razumovsky Norfolk & Norwich Chamber Music

Friday 15 February 2013, 7.30pm


Formed in 2006, Norwich Baroque specialises in fresh and vibrant interpretations of music by popular and less well known baroque composers; from Handel, Bach and Vivaldi to Avison, Hellendaal and Mudge.

Norwich Baroque at Binham Priory Friday 31 August 2012, 7.30pm St. Mary’s Church, Attleborough Saturday 1 September 2012, 7.30pm Binham Priory, Binham

After the success of last year’s mini-tour, Norwich Baroque takes another trip out of the city to the church in the Parish of St Mary’s, Attleborough and the atmospheric Norman Priory at Binham for consecutive evenings of popular baroque music in beautiful surroundings. Programme to include Vivaldi`s concerto for four violins, The Arrival of the Queen of Sheba, Purcell’s Chaconne, an Albinoni concerto for two oboes and music by Boyce, Telemann and Wassenaer.

Norwich Baroque

Performing with eminent soloists from the baroque world, it has grown increasingly popular with audiences and established a niche for itself in the cultural life of the region. Recent soloists have included internationally respected countertenor Michael Chance, exciting young soprano Elizabeth Watts, Crispian Steele-Perkins, probably the best known name in the world of baroque brass performance and baroque dance duo Sasza Zargowski and Moira Goff.


Norwich Baroque

Tickets: Attleborough £10 and £5 from Prelude Records 01603 628319 and Nuts’n’Bolts in Attleborough Binham £14 from Maureen Frost 01328 830362 Patron Michael Chance CBE and Norwich Baroque


John Crockatt

Saturday 27 October 2012, 7.30pm United Reformed Church, Princes Street, Norwich

It will be a particular pleasure to welcome the Cathedral’s new Master of Music and director of the Cathedral Consort, Ashley Grote. Tickets £14 (£12) and under 18s £5 from Prelude Records and the Cathedral Shop. Mulled wine awaits you at the interval.

Norwich Baroque

Norwich Baroque presents a feast of Bach Concertos! With violin soloists Rachel Stroud and John Crockatt, and oboist, Robert de Bree, our programme features two Bach double concertos (for 2 violins, and for oboe and violin) a concerto for oboe d’amore, the 3rd Brandenburg concerto and the violin concerto in A minor. By way of an extra treat we have included a beautiful version of Bach’s aria Erbarme Dich from St. Matthew Passion, arranged for oboe d’amore.

Don’t miss the return of the ever popular Christmas by Candlelight. Two years ago over 500 people enjoyed an evening away from the bustle of 21st century Christmas and travelled back in time with us to the serenity and atmosphere of the 17th and 18th century festive season in the candlelit beauty of our Cathedral. In 2010 the magical surroundings were enhanced still further by the heaviest snow fall of the year, so be prepared.

Saturday 15 December 2012, 7.30pm Norwich Cathedral with The Cathedral Consort

Tickets £14 (£12) and under 18s £5 from Prelude Records Christmas by candlelight


A rousing programme of Coronation music from Purcell, Handel, Boyce, Croft and Blow will see Norwich Baroque in partnership with Keswick Hall choir under the direction of their new conductor, Christopher Duarte.

Saturday 20 April 2013, 7.30pm St. Peter Mancroft with Keswick Hall Choir

Michael Chance

We are delighted to be starting the year with our patron, countertenor Michael Chance, for an afternoon programme of sparkling and beautiful Handel. What better way to kick off 2013?

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Keswick Hall Choir

Advance dates for your diary: Saturday 15 June ‘A Virtual Tour of Baroque Britain’ with live programme notes.

Norwich Baroque

Sunday 20 January 2013, 2.30 pm St Peter Mancroft, Norwich

Saturday 27 July Baroque concertos for flute with soloist Annabel Knight. Saturday 7 September Dame Emma Kirkby and Michael Chance, Norwich Cathedral. 29

Norwich Music Group is the brainchild of Julian Musgrave, Philip Aldred and Frances Banham and was formed with the express purpose of performing the great choral works in Norwich's fine Churches using the best of local singers and musicians.

Choral performances have included Requiems by Mozart, FaurĂŠ, Rutter, Masses by Mozart and Schubert, Jenkins' The Armed Man, Orff's Carmina Burana, works by Byrd, Tavener, Bach, Elgar, Parry and Patrick Hawes who is emerging as one of the country's most popular and inspirational composers, forging a link with Norfolk where he now resides.

Philip Aldred

Orchestral works performed include Vivaldi's Four Seasons; Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 4 & No. 5; and Haydn's Symphony The Clock. Philip Aldred, conductor and musical director, was trained in the English choral tradition and studied at Trinity College of Music and Durham University. As well as his work with Norwich Music Group, Philip is the Chief Examiner for the London College of Music. His Fellowship was awarded in Conducting. The Choir rehearses weekly at Spooner Row Chapel near Wymondham and warmly welcomes new members. Contact details are on page 43.

Norwich Music Group

Two concerts are held annually – normally in the beautiful setting of St Peter Mancroft Church. Performances have also been given in St Andrew's Hall and in both Cathedrals. Additional concerts are included during the year on request. Various national and local charities benefit from the concerts, 2012 enabled us to support the Central Norfolk Stroke Services at the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital, and The Lymphoma Association will be the chosen charity for 2013.

Norwich Music Group

Norwich Music Group are sponsored by Williams Lea Corporate Information Solutions and Abacus Care 30

Saturday 23 February 2013, 7.30pm St Peter Mancroft Church, Norwich

Chorus, Soloists and Orchestra

Chorus, soloists and Orchestra Philip Aldred conductor Frances Banham leader

Philip Aldred

Soloists to include: June Harrison soprano Fearghus Cooper bass

Further details are available on the website or call 01953 605088. £10 (centre) £8 (side), concessions £8/£6, under 18's & students £5 Tickets available from St Georges Music Shop, 17-19 St George's St Norwich Tel 01603 626414

The concert will highlight two of the most famous composers known for their exquisite melodic writing, Giacomo Puccini and Gabriel Fauré. Both works have a freshness and warmth which both the performer and audience can readily engage in. The anthems by John Rutter, with his natural compositional technique, are also so well suited for the human voice. £10 (centre) £8 (side), concessions £8/£6, under 18's & students £5

Norwich Music Group

Norwich Music Group

Puccini Messa di Gloria 1880 Fauré Requiem 1877 Fauré Cantique De Jean Racine Rutter The Lord Bless You And Keep You Rutter Gaelic Blessing

Programme to include: Bach Magnificat Byrd 5 part Mass Byrd Ave Verum Bruckner Locus Iste

Saturday 21 September 2013, 7.30pm St Peter Mancroft Church, Norwich










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The Norwich Philharmonic Society was established in 1841 and has maintained its position at the heart of the musical life of the city ever since. With a large orchestra and a mixed chorus of some 120 voices, it performs a wide repertoire of largescale works and attracts guest musicians of the highest calibre. Each season comprises four concerts, either choral or orchestral programmes, plus a very popular Family Christmas Concert.

Tickets from Prelude Records, 25b St Giles Street, Norwich NR2 1JN Tel 01603 628319. Further details at

Saturday 10 November 2012, 7.30pm St Andrew’s Hall, Norwich Norwich Philharmonic Orchestra Norwich Philharmonic Chorus

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Janet Shell mezzo-soprano Jonathan Wortley piano Matthew Andrews, David Dunnett conductors Lambert Rio Grande Vaughan Williams Serenade to Music Holst The Planets

Jonathan Wortley

Norwich Philharmonic Society

Season tickets and Friends’ membership offer attractive discounts on ticket prices.


Norwich Philharmonic Society

Norwich Philharmonic Orchestra


Saturday 9 February 2013, 7.30pm St. Andrew’s Hall, Norwich

Norwich Philharmonic Orchestra

Norwich Philharmonic Orchestra

Richard Uttley piano Matthew Andrews conductor

David Greed violin Matthew Andrews conductor

Britten Four Sea Interludes Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No 2 ˇ Symphony No 7 Dvorák

Richard Uttley

Brahms Academic Festival Overture Mendelssohn Violin Concerto Mahler Symphony No.1

Saturday 8 December 2012, 7.30pm St Andrew’s Hall, Norwich

Saturday 16 March 2013, 7.30pm St Andrew’s Hall, Norwich

Family Christmas Concert Norwich Philharmonic Orchestra Norwich Philharmonic Chorus

Joanne Dexter soprano Jeanette Ager mezzo-soprano Richard Reaville tenor Michael Pearce Jesus Michael George Judas Robert Rice Peter

David Dunnett conductor

David Dunnett conductor

Tuesday 18 December 2012, 7.30pm St Andrew’s Hall, Norwich

Norwich Philharmonic Society

Norwich Philharmonic Orchestra Norwich Philharmonic Chorus

Elgar The Apostles 34

Since its formation in 2003 the Norwich Pops Orchestra has established itself as the leading light orchestra in the region. We have staged children’s concerts, a conducting competition, film music nights, an Olympic Prom and a highly successful series of New Year's Day concerts. Most importantly we continue to present informal and relaxed high quality entertainment for our audiences wherever we perform.

St Andrew’s Hall, St Andrew’s Plain, Norwich

Advance date for your diary:

Tuesday 1 January 2013, 3pm St Andrew's Hall, Norwich New Year’s Day Concert

Saturday 6 July 2013 Evening How Hill, Ludham

Geoff Davidson conductor

Evening Concert and Picnic

Make a New Year’s Resolution to join the Pops Orchestra for an afternoon which will be certain to feature some of your Viennese favourites.

Geoff Davidson conductor Jane May-Sysum soprano

Tickets £15 and £12. Concessions available. Children half price.

The Norwich Pops Orchestra has been chosen by the How Hill Trust to entertain the guests in this beautiful location.

Booking opens at Prelude Records on 29 October 2012.

Ticket sales will be organised by the Trust.

Norwich Pops Orchestra


Norwich Pops Orchestra


The Church of St Peter Mancroft has a long musical tradition. It has an excellent reputation for its work with young people many of whom have gone on to become professional singers and organists. The Mancroft Music Recitals programme is appreciated by increasing numbers at no charge. The magnificent church building has excellent acoustics and provides a splendid setting in which to enjoy music of a high standard.

Autumn recitals Saturdays 1pm The Church of St Peter Mancroft The Market Place, Norwich Lunchtime recitals are approximately 45-50 minutes Admission free

Dimitris Dekavallas

Saturday 13 October, 1pm Organ Hannah Parry-Ridout (St Mary’s Church, Putney)

St Peter Mancroft

Saturday 6 October, 1pm Flute & Piano/Organ Anna Hopkins & David Morgan

St Peter Mancroft

Saturday 20 October, 1pm Classical Guitar Dimitris Dekavallas 36

Autumn recitals cont. All recitals approx. 45-50 minutes Admission free Saturday 10 November, 1pm Organ Greg Morris (Temple Church, London) Saturday 17 November, 1pm Organ Julian Haggett (St Peter Mancroft) Saturday 1 December, 1pm Preparing for Christmas

Julian Haggett organ, Jody Butler director Programme includes Britten’s A Ceremony of Carols

Greg Morris

Evening concert

St Peter Mancroft

The Young Musicians of St Peter Mancroft

Saturday 24 November, 7.30pm Britten’s AMDG & other choral works Please see Viva Voce Singers, page 42, for details and ticket information

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THE CHURCH OF ST PETER MANCROFT, NORWICH offers musical opportunities

Choral Scholarships for singers aged 16 – 25 Twelve Choral Scholarships are offered (SATB), each to the value of £500 pa. Scholars rehearse weekly and sing for Sunday services and on special occasions.


Also at St Peter Mancroft :

The Girls’ Choir for girls & young women aged 15-25 A mixed-voice adult choir, St Peter’s Singers Organ Scholarships for enthusiastic young organists

*New this term* singing club for 5 - 7 year olds For more information please contact: Miss Jody Butler, Director of Music or 01603 610443.

Concerts Tuesday 30 October–Saturday 3 November 2012, 7.15pm Theatre Royal, Theatre Street, Norwich Glyndebourne on Tour Rusalka photo Bill Cooper

RAF Concert Band

Two spectacular productions from this world-class opera company. Mozart Le nozze di Figaro [The Marriage of Figaro] (Tues, Thur & Sat) sung in Italian with English supertitles ˇ Dvorák’s Rusalka (Wed & Fri), sung in Czech with English supertitles £51, £45, £36.50, £27.50, £6.50 Sunday 2 December 2012, 7.30pm Theatre Royal, Theatre Street, Norwich RAF in Concert Marking HM The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee with a programme of the best of British music – entertaining, stirring and patriotic.

Theatre Royal Norwich

Theatre Royal Norwich is one of the most successful regional theatres in the country, with a busy and eclectic programme running throughout the year. Recently, a major Sunday 17 June 2012,refurbishment 7.30pm includedRoyal, improvements to the Norwich Theatre Theatre Street, acoustics of the theatre, making it a The Royal Marine Band popular concert venue. Britten One of the world’satbest Sinfonia perform the military theatre bands. In aid of Navy andtheatre Royal Marine charities. regularly and the has its own varied music programme. £21.50, £18.50, £15.50, £5.50

Theatre Royal Norwich

Compere: Alan Dedicoat (BBC Radio 2) £22, £19, £16, £5.50 Theatre Royal Box office 01603 630000 39

2013 is a very important year at UEA - in addition to being the University’s 50th anniversary year, it marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of East Anglia’s bestloved composer, Benjamin Britten. Alongside the usual programme of concerts, UEA will be celebrating both of these anniversaries in the coming months by presenting a ‘Festival of Britten’ – a series of concerts and events showcasing Britten’s music.

Concerts Friday 23 November 2012, 7.30pm St Andrew’s Hall, Norwich Britten Centenary Celebration Launch UEA Symphony Orchestra Conducted by Sharon Andrea Choa Simon Smith violin, Paul Silverthorne viola Britten Double Concerto for Violin, Viola and Orchestra Elgar/Payne Symphony No 3 Tickets from £5

See for full details.

Christmas Concert

Tickets can be purchased on the door or in advance from UEA Box Office 01603 508050

UEA Choir

Prelude Records 01603 628319 or St George’s Music Shop 01603 626414

Thursday 13 December 2012, 7.30pm St John the Baptist Roman Catholic Cathedral

UEA Choir, under the direction of Tom Primrose, will present a feast of festive favourites in the atmospheric surroundings of St John the Baptist Roman Catholic Cathedral.

UEA School of Music

Performances will be given on campus and in the city by UEA Symphony Orchestra and Choir, UEA Chamber Choir, UEA’s professional ensemble in residence, Chamber Orchestra Anglia, and other visiting artists.

School of Music University of East Anglia

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UEA Drama and Chamber Orchestra Anglia A new staged production of TH White’s The Sword in the Stone, with music by Benjamin Britten Artwork by David Potter

Thursday 21 February 2013, 7.30pm St Andrew’s Hall, Norwich UEA Symphony Orchestra and Choir Tom Primrose conductor

Tickets from £5 on sale mid December 2012

Tickets from £5 – on sale mid December 2012 Saturday 23 March 2013, 7.30pm Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, UEA Chamber Orchestra Anglia Sharon Andrea Choa conductor Martin Owen horn Programme to include: Britten Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings Pre-concert talk at 6.30pm Art historian, Tim Barringer (Yale) on the influences of the pastoralist movement in art on Britten’s music.

UEA School of Music

Britten Spring Symphony Mendelssohn Piano Concerto No 1 in G minor

Holly Maples director Sharon Andrea Choa conductor

Thursday 7 & Friday 8 March 2013 7.30pm UEA Drama Studio

Tickets from £5 on sale mid December 2012 41

Viva Voce Singers is a small Norwich-based chamber choir and winner of BBC Radio Norfolk’s Choir of the Year 2011 competition. The choir has a varied repertoire, but specialises in Renaissance and contemporary music. Viva Voce Singers usually performs at least five concerts a year and raises money for local charities over £20,000 to date.


Viva Voce Singers

Saturday 22 December 2012, 6pm St Peter Mancroft Church Family Christmas Concert in aid of MAP Tickets £6 (£4 concessions) in advance or on the door

with the Girls’ Choir and Choral Scholars of St Peter Mancroft

Tickets £8 (£5 concessions) in advance £10 (£6 concessions) on the door


Britten AMDG and other choral works Tickets £8 (£5 concessions) in advance £10 (£6 concessions) on the door

Tickets available in advance from St George's Music Shop, 17/19 St George's Street, Norwich NR3 1AB, Telephone 01603 626414

Viva Voce Singers

Saturday 24 November 2012 7.30pm St Peter Mancroft Church

Viva Voce Singers


Concert venues and contact details

Music in Norwich partners

Assembly House, Theatre Street, Norwich NR2 1RQ Tel: 01603 626402

Academy of St Thomas Tel: 01603 628319 The Bach Players Tel: 0207 428 5865 Britten Sinfonia Tel: 01603 630000 (box office) Chamber Orchestra Anglia Tel: 01603 626166 Keswick Hall Choir Norfolk & Norwich Chamber Music Tel: 01603 621169 Norfolk & Norwich Festival Tel: 01603 766400 Norfolk County Youth Orchestra email Norwich Baroque Norwich Music Group Tel: 01953 605088 Norwich Philharmonic Society Tel: 01603 628319 Norwich Pops Orchestra St Peter Mancroft Tel: 01603 610443 Theatre Royal, Theatre Street, Norwich Tel: 01603 630000 UEA School of Music Tel: 01603 593948 Viva Voce Singers

St Andrew’s Hall, The Halls, St Andrew’s Plain, Norwich NR3 1AU Tel: 01603 628477 John Innes Centre, Norwich Research Park, Colney Lane, Norwich NR4 7UH Box office Prelude Records Tel: 01603 628319 Anteros Arts Foundation, 7–15 Fye Bridge Street, Norwich NR3 1LJ Tel: 01603 766129 Norwich Arts Centre, St Benedicts Street, Norwich NR2 4PG Tel: 01603 660352 Norwich Cathedral, 62 The Close, Tombland, Norwich NR1 4EH Tel: 01603 218324 Norwich Playhouse, 42-58 St George’s Street, Norwich NR3 1AB Tel: 01603 598598 Norwich Theatre Royal, Theatre Street, Norwich NR2 1RL Tel: 01603 630000 St Peter Mancroft, Millennium Plain, Norwich NR2 1QZ Tel: 01603 610443 Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia, Norwich NR4 7TJ UK Tel: 01603 593199 UEA Drama Studio, University of East Anglia, Norwich NR4 7UL Tel: 01603 591111

September 2012–April 2013

music in norwich a round-up of classical, jazz & world music


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Music in Norwich autumn 2012 calendar  

Lists classical, jazz and workd music concerts in and around Norwich September '12 to April '13

Music in Norwich autumn 2012 calendar  

Lists classical, jazz and workd music concerts in and around Norwich September '12 to April '13