Upcoming concerts at a glance

Concerts in May 2018

3rd-5th English Touring Opera : Norwich Theatre Royal
3rd&4th ETO : The Marriage of Figaro :  Theatre Royal : 7.30pm
5th  Mozart Orchestra : Central Baptist Church, Duke Street, Norwich 7.30pm
5th English Touring Opera : Il Tabarro & Gianni Schicchi : Theatre Royal : 7.30pm
7th Organ Recital : Stephen Disley : Norwich Cathedral : 11am
11-27th Norfolk & Norwich Festival : extensive programme
17th Norwich School : Norwich Cathedral : 1.10pm
26th Three Cathedral Choirs : Norwich Cathedral : 7.30pm
27th Britten Sinfonia : Thomas Adès : Theatre Royal 7.30pm
28th Organ Recital : George Castle : Norwich Cathedral : 11a

Forthcoming in June
2nd Mancroft Music : Song Recital : St Peter Mancroft : 1pm
4th  Friends of St Andrew’s Hall Organ : P. Luke : 1.10pm
4th Brook Street Players : Oxnead Hall : 7.30pm
9th  Mozart Orchestra : Summer Concert :  Blakeney 7.30pm
12th Friends of St Andrew’s Hall Organ : F. Pagitsch : 1.10pm
14th Norwich School : Norwich Cathedral : 1.10pm
16th Norwich Baroque and Norwich Cathedral Chamber Choir : Handel: Norwich Cathedral : 7.30pm
16th Raynham Hall : Goldberg Variations : Raynham: 7pm
16th Mancroft Music : Wind & Piano : St Peter Mancroft : 1pm  
17th Raynham Hall : Stars of the Future : Raynham : 7pm
18th Friends of St Andrew’s Hall Organ : Daniel Justin : 1.10pm
20th Organ Recital : G. Inscoe : Norwich Cathedral : 7pm
21st Assembly House Series : Tyburn Trio : 1pm

Thursday 21 June is Make Music Day, an international day of music with free performances everywhere; streets, bars, cafes arts centres and concert halls see www.makemusicday.org

23 Academy of St Thomas : Concert : Salle Church
23 Mancroft Music : Young Musicians: St Peter Mancroft : 1pm
23 Viva Voce : Summer Concert : Whinburgh : 7.30pm
25  Friends of St Andrew’s Hall Organ : Ashley Grote : 1.10pm
28 Organ Recital : K. Christianson : Norwich Cathedral : 1.10pm
30 Norwich Baroque :  St George’s Church Colegate : 7.30pm
30 Mancroft Music : Young Scholars : St Peter Mancroft : 1pm  


6 Responses to Upcoming concerts at a glance

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  2. Franz Sidney says:

    hi, did you know that the BYU Singers are coming to Norwich in April?
    They will hold a concert at St. Andrew’s Hall on April 26th. Ticket information in the website.
    They are singing for free and all the profits will go to support the Norwich and Norfolk Association for the Blind. Local harp player Zoe Rassmunsen will join them.
    Among the music they will perform, do expect some great British favourites.
    Great event – not to be missed!
    Best wishes

  3. mazzerdemello says:

    No, it is not included in the programme or PDF because the entries are paid for by the partner members. Although it is bot for profit, each page us paid for by an organisation or advertiser. So whilst I don’t mind promoting concerts on the site, I can’t include them in the main body of the programme. Email address is musicinnorwich@googlemail.com. Marion

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  5. Maureen Johnson says:

    Nice to find your site but I was looking for FUTURE concerts, not what is forthcoming in SEPTEMBER

    • Hello. I do my best to keep up the site but it is an unpaid for service so I have to do it when I have time on the basis that it is better to have something than nothing. If you download the pdf, it has advance information. I am not sure when your comment is dated but the site is up to day for January concerts but the booklet is best resource if you can get one from the Tourist Information Centre in Norwich (and many other places). all best regards Marion

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