Anteros Arts Foundation presents

Anteros Arts Foundation Presents
Unique Musi-color solo piano music exhibit from New York – 
“Impressions Intimes”: featuring “Bulgarian-born piano dynamo” (TimeOut NY) Tania Stavreva 
When: July 24th, 2015 at 7:30PM
Where: Anteros Arts Foundation, Address: 7-15 Fye Bridge Street, NR3 1LJ, Norwich, Norfolk
Who: Tania Stavreva bio:
About the program: The Anteros Arts Foundation is proud to welcome “Bulgarian-born piano dynamo” (Time Out New York) Tania Stavreva from New York, with a unique, diverse and exciting program featuring composers from eight different nationalities: F. Chopin (Poland), Bulgarian composers Vladigerov, Stoyanov and Stavreva, Erik Satie (France), Federico Mompou (Spain), Alberto Ginastera (Argentina), Mason Bates (USA), N. Kapustin (Russia), including the UK premiere of Italian composer Roberto Piana’s Preludes: “Whispering Noon” based on a painting by Sir Lawrence, “Nerissa” based on a painting by John William Godward and “A Girl With A Basket Of Fruit” – based on a painting by Lord Leighton Eucharis. The program will be one hour long without intermission. Reception is immediately following the performance.
For press tickets contact: Flick Hemmant  016030766129 /

Music in Norwich printed edition

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Download pdf file here MiN autumn 2015 to email

Click on the link below the image to download a pdf version (approx 4 MB) of the Music in Norwich calendar with concerts from April to September (and a bit beyond). Please feel free to distribute it to your networks. Hard copies will be available from Tourist Information Centre, Prelude Records, St Andrew’s Hall, Norwich Cathedral and many other venues in Norwich and surrounding area

Academy of St Thomas spring programme 2015

For 2015, we bring you three varied concerts with some interesting programmes.

Saturday 7th March – the distinguished horn player Timothy Brown returns to perform the favourite Horn Concerto No. 1 by Richard Strauss. After over 20 years’ service with the BBC Symphony Orchestra, he is now principal horn of the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, and continues to teach and perform internationally. Tim will also play the lovely Glazunuv Idyll for Horn and Strings. Conducted by Christopher Adey, this concert will begin with a rare chance to hear Schoenberg’s short and  lyrical Chamber Symphony No 2.  Dvorak’s inventive Symphonic Variations will conclude the attractive programme.

Saturday 20th June Matthew Andrews returns to conduct two of the most famous symphonies – Mozart’s Symphony No 40 and Haydn’s Symphony No 94 ‘Surprise’. Leading European virtuoso clarinettist Matthew Hunt will no doubt delight us with Weber’s popular Clarinet Concerto. This concert will conclude with a UK premiere of the Traditional Klezmer Dances for Clarinet and Strings, arranged by John Piper.  This promises to make an exhilarating and unusual finale to the concert!

Saturday 17th OctoberThe Maggini Quartet is ranked amongst the UK’s leading string quartets, and we are delighted to be joining with them for a collaborative concert.  As well as Mozart’s wonderful Sinfonia Concertante for Violin and Viola, there will be a performance of Gordon Jacob’s Pro Corda suite for Quartet and Strings.

Do consider becoming a Patron and help the orchestra – for 2015, we have re- launched our Patrons Scheme with opportunities and offers at several levels.

Silver Patrons 2015
Minimum payment of £25 per individual or couple

Advance booking for all concerts
£1 off the (full) ticket price for 2 tickets,
Reserved seats at Salle (maximum 4)
A free programme
Name listed in concert programmes if wished.

Gold Patrons 2015
Minimum payment of £50 per individual or couple.

Buy one ticket get one free (up to two tickets) for St Andrew’s Hall concerts
Advance booking for all concerts
£1 off the (full) ticket price for 2 tickets
Reserved seats at Salle (maximum 4)
A free programme
Name listed in concert programmes if wished.

Patrons application forms can be downloaded from our website .

Visit our website for full details of our new Corporate and Partners scheme. We hope you enjoy the season.

Sally Wortley – Orchestral Administrator

The new Music in Norwich autumn 2012 – spring 2013 calendar is here!

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A roundup of classical, world and jazz music in Norwich from September 2012 to April 2013

Music in Norwich

For a quick guide to January’s concerts, click here.

The Music in Norwich calendar is published twice a year – April and September. It is a comprehensive listing of classical music and jazz in and around Norwich. The calendar is produced by a partnership comprising: Britten Sinfonia, Norfolk and Norwich Festival, Norwich Theatre Royal, Norwich Philharmonic, Norwich Pops Orchestra, Norfolk and Norwich Chamber Music Society, St Peter Mancroft, Mozart Orchestra, Keswick Hall Choir, Norfolk County Youth Orchestra, Norwich Music Group, The Jay Singers, UEA School of Music, The Bach Players in Norwich, Viva Voce Singers, The Eaton Concert Series and Academy of St Thomas.

Look for the latest edition in the listings spinner racks, Norwich Tourist Information Centre and at major venues in the city. Each edition is a handy pocket-size to keep for six months of listings and also available as a download from this and members’ sites.

Download the Music in Norwich pdf through the link below

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The new Music in Norwich programme is now available around Norwich and at the Tourist Information Centre, Theatre Royal, Norwich Arts Centre, Prelude Records and other venues in the city centre as well as a download from this site. It features the celebration of the centenary of Benjamin Britten under the banner of Familiar Fields so wherever you see a concert marked with the logo below, you know that it is to celebrate the birth of Benjamin Britten. Here’s a link to the Familiar Fields website

There is a bumper crop of work by music organisations who operate in and around Norwich and we are very glad to see them working together to produce Music In Norwich calendar. On the At a Glance pages you can see the concerts month by month and how they relate to each other – that helps both you as a concert-goer and the organisers and programmers see where there are clashes and what the spread of work is. It also helps visitors to see what is on offer if they are interested in music and concerts, so please distribute the link and tell people about Music in Norwich.


New calendar out now!

The newest edition of Music in Norwich is out and available from members, venues and from the Tourist Information Centre, St Andrew’s Hall, the arts marketing racks around the city and downloadable on this site as an electronic file.

Get your free copy and keep it handy in your briefcase, handbag or on your noticeboard