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

Concerts in Norwich this week

Please check with the venue before travelling as some concerts are sadly being cancelled

17 December Norwich Cathedral : Christmas Carol Concert : 7.30pm
http://www.cathedral.org.uk/

18 December : Viva Voce : MAP Concert : St Peter Mancroft, 6pm
https://www.vivavocesingers.org.uk/
https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/map

18 December Norwich Chamber Music : Sampson & Middleton : John Innes Centre, 7.30pm
https://www.norwichchambermusic.org.uk/concerts/

19 December Brook Street Band : The Chapel, 64 Park Lane, 6.30pm
https://www.brookstreetband.co.uk/
https://www.brookstreetband.co.uk/concerts/

21 December : Norwich Phil Christmas Concert : St Andrew’s Hall, 7.30pm
http://www.norwichphil.org.uk/
https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/norwichphil?sd=1

Britten Sinfonia : Alison Bolsom : An American Rhapsody

Sunday 14 November 2021

Norwich Theatre Royal, Theatre Street, Norwich NR2 1RL

Photographer: Hugh Carswell

Alison Balsom trumpet
Tom Poster piano
Nicholas Daniel cor anglais
Scott Stroman conductor
Britten Sinfonia 

Programme to include:
Rodrigo arr. Gil Evans/Miles Davis Concierto de Aranjuez
Copland Quiet City 
Gershwin arr. Simon Wright  Rhapsody in Blue 
Ives The Unanswered Question

Britten Sinfonia joins forces with star trumpeter Alison Balsom in a concert harnessing the power and legacy of Miles Davis and the enduring musical influence of the Jazz Age. An arrangement of Rodrigo’s Concierto de Aranjuez is punctuated by jazz-inspired works of the 20th century capturing the spirit of New York: Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue, infused with the rhythms and noises of the modern city, and Copland’s evocative Quiet City.

Ticket prices: £35, £28, £20, £15, £10

Norwich Cathedral Bach Project

Friday 12 November 2021, 7.30pm 

BACH PROJECT 48 CONCERT 

Libby Burgess piano 

In the space of a year from May 2021 to May 2022, pianist Libby Burgess performs Bach’s epic ’48’, 48 times – once in each of England’s 48 counties in a challenge to raise funds for musicians’ charities. 

Further details at http://www.bachproject48.co.uk Tickets from http://www.ticketsource/norwichcathedral 

Norwich Cathedral, The Close, Tombland, Norwich NR1 4DH 

For ticketed events, book online at http://www.cathedral.org.uk via Norwich Cathedral TicketSource page or call the TicketSource Box Office on 0333 666 3366 

Saturday 6 November 2021, 8pm

GLORIA CAMPANER
Chopin 24 Preludes plus Q&A and signing of CD

The charismatic Venetian pianist GLORIA CAMPANER is in Norwich this weekend for concerts at St Andrew’s Church, Eaton, as part of the HOSTRY FESTIVAL, and The Chapel Park Lane.
The chapel is sold out but there are still a few seats available for the Saturday evening programme at St Andrews Church near Waitrose in Eaton (not St Andrew’s Hall)

  • £18/£15 (CONCS)

International pianist Gloria Campaner is making a welcome return to Norfolk, with the Hostry Festival inviting her to be Artist in Residence for our 10th anniversary.

Programme: A medley of the best arias and melodies by Rachmaninov, Taffanel, Zandonai andTchaikovsky. It celebrates Paolo and Francesca’s love story as described in Dante Alighieri’s 5th Canto from the Inferno of the Divine Comedy.This piece has been arranged by Pietro Lioto commemorate the 700th anniversary of the death of 14th Century Italian poet, writer and philosopher Dante Alighieri and it is dedicated to Gloria Campaner.

Chopin 24 Preludes Recital followed by a post-concert Chopin Lucky Dip: 24 written questions/24 answers+ CD signing

Norwich Philharmonic Chorus concert in Norwich

Looking forward to hearing the Norwich Philharmonic Chorus give their first public performance for nearly 2 years with the wonderful Petite Messe Solennelle by Rossini at St Andrew’s Hall, Norwich, on Saturday 6th November.

Because of CoVid restrictions on space, the work will be performed in its original version with the choir and 4 guest soloists accompanied by two pianos and harmonium rather than the orchestra. It’s neither petite nor solemn but really very lovely. So do come and listen!


Tickets are £18, £17, £12 unreserved (£7 for students/Under 26’s). Available online at www.ticketsource.co.uk/norwichphil