In optimism that by April we will be able to attend events again, Norfolk County Youth Music are offering a 4 day course for young musicians. For details of who it is for and how to apply, watch the film (link below) or visit www.ncym.co.uk
NCYM Orchestral course April – (fingers crossed!)
Programme: Rossini Overture, The Barber of Seville Beethoven, Symphony no. 5
Saturday 12 January 2019 7.30pm
Norwich Central Baptist Church, Duke Street, Norwich
Richard Tunnicliffe cello
Start your New Year with us as we welcome back cellist, Richard Tunnicliffe, a well-known name in the early music world and someone who has been a significant figure in our development as a group.
A programme of early Classical music including Haydn’s cello concerto in C and music by CPE Bach, JC Bach and Mozart.
We would love to have the hall filled with excited young cellists, so we are inviting any cellist aged 18 or under to come FREE of charge… no catch or small print at all.
Either book via the Theatre Royal tel: 01603-630000 or just turn up on the door to claim your free ticket. (Cannot be booked via the on line booking system .. too complicated!).
PLEASE do forward to any young cellists…and consider coming yourself too?As well as the Haydn Cello concerto, Richard will be directing the programme from the cello.. good for the youngsters to see it doesn’t always have to be the violinists who lead!
Please to say that the newest edition of Music in Norwich is now out on the streets in hard copy and is available to pick up free from the Tourist Information Centre, Theatre Royal, St Andrew’s Hall, Norwich Cathedral, Arts Roundup racks and many other place around Norwich and Norfolk as well as a pdf download from this site
Sistema in Norwich proudly raises the curtain on the Young Norfolk Arts Festival with a concert by the Martineau Children’s Orchestra.
At Epic Studios, Magdalen Street Saturday 28 June 2014
With an exciting and varied repertoire including pieces from Beethoven, Prokofiev and even the Verve, the Martineau Children’s Orchestra will be joined by Sistema Toronto on the big screen!
To attend, please book a free ticket via Eventbrite
If you would like to donate to Sistema in Norwich by paying for a ticket please buy a donation ticket
Sistema in Norwich is an independent programme run by NORCA, inspired by and linked to Venezuela’s world famous El Sistema Music Programme, and their flagship orchestra, the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra.
This concert is part of the new Young Norfolk Arts Festival 28 Jube-7th July – other events listed on a website here
A world first! At 7.30pm on Friday 5 July in Norwich, two Sistema orchestras will perform simultaneously through a live web stream. Using state-of-the-art facilities at Epic Studios, the Sistema Norwich Martineau Orchestra will perform alongside children from Liverpool (over an internet link) and Lambeth. The programme includes pieces to commemorate Benjamin Britten’s centenary year. The Martineau Orchestra will be joined by a Quartet from the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. This is a concert not to miss!
Tickets are free but you have to book to reserve a seat. Book via this link which will take you to an Eventbrite booking page. If you book a seat and then can’t come, please release the booking or let us know so that someone else can come.
Sistema in Norwich is an independent programme inspired by the Venezuelan El Sistema approach, changing lives through music. Sistema in Norwich is a social change music education programme managed by Norwich & Norfolk Community Arts