Suffolk Singers

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Saturday 25 May 2019, 7.30pm
Norwich Cathedral, The Close, Norwich

SUFFOLK SINGERS sing music by Palastrina, Finzi, Hutchings, Tavener and Stainer

This concert is a lovely way to spend an evening in May: set in wonderful Norwich Cathedral, this out-standing SATB choir brings you beautiful well-loved anthems and magical modern choir pieces. It will be a treat for anyone who appreciates great choir singing and a delightful surprise for anyone who thinks ‘this is not my cup of tea’!

​Under the musical direction of former English National Opera Principal Artist, Claire Weston, the programme will include music specially written for Suffolk Singers by composer and organist Jamie John Hutchings, who will also perform solo on the organ. John is a highly accomplished organist; don’t miss this opportunity to hear the superb cathedral organ played to the full, both in recital and accompanying the choir.

Tickets: £15, available from:
https://www.wegottickets.com/event/462231
or Alma Gower (almagower@btinternet.com or
tel. 01379 788143),
or Mike Gregory (gregory.hintlesham@tiscali.co.uk or  tel. 01449 711139)

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Suffolk Singers is an award-winning choir which has sung to hugely appreciative audiences in many prestigious venues in the UK, including the nearby cathedrals of Bury St. Edmunds and Ely and also abroad, including the cathedrals of Ypres and Ghent last year.

In 2017, Suffolk Singers were proud to feature in the summer concert series at Binham Priory. They have also performed alongside the group G4 and recorded for SkyArts with Richard. E. Grant for Tate Britain.

They are returning to Norfolk for this special concert in Norwich Cathedral in May.

About musicinnorwich

Music in Norwich is a website which offers a roundup concerts in and around Norwich. All of the music groups and venues have their own websites but this site gathers together most of the orchestral and chamber music concerts, organ recitals and choir performances. It is a maintained on a volunteer basis by Culture Shift Norwich as part of the Music in Norwich Forum, a collective of music organisations in Norwich
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