Norfolk and Norwich Chamber Music new season tickets are on sale

With autumn approaching, NNCM tickets for the 2019-2020 are now on general sale. You can buy them through the NNCM website here or from St George’s music Shop, 17-19 St George’s St., Norwich NR3 1AB 01603 626414

You may still assure yourself of a seat at every concert by becoming a Season Ticket holder, and you can secure a discount on your tickets by becoming a Member (on-line application form for both here). Whatever way you book your tickets, early application is advised for our more popular concerts

Everyone is invited to our AGM and performances by Norfolk Young Musicians at 6.00 pm on September 14th in the JIC Conference Centre Foyer. Season ticket Holders and Members are eligible to vote on any resolution.

The concert series then begins the following week:  Click the names for more details and to buy tickets

September 21   Eric Lu (piano)
October 5   Lendvai String Trio
October 13   Miklos Perényi (cello)
November 2    Zoltán Féjervári (piano)
November 21   Andrè Schuen (baritone) and Daniel Heide (piano)
December 7   Castalian String Quartet
January 25 – January 26   Nicholas Daniel and Friends
February 15 – February 16   James Ehnes (violin) and Andrew Armstrong (piano)
February 29   Mitsuko Uchida (piano)
March 22   Brentano Quartet
April 18   Trio Wanderer

Our final concert, a Beethoven recital by Richard Goode on May 16th 2020, will form part of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival. Ticket availability will be announced in due course

We hope you will be able to join us on many occasions during this season

With best wishes

Peter Lawson
Chairman
Norfolk and Norwich Chamber Music

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tasmin Little supports Sistema in Norwich

Norfolk & Norwich Chamber Music supports Norwich Sistema*  both financially and artistically wherever possible. Tasmin Little, who has worked with Sistema projects elsewhere, has kindly agreed to come to Norwich the day before her recital with Martin Roscoe, to work with the children during the day and in the evening of  28 February she will be giving  a Fundraising concert at the John Innes Centre – details below. Several audience members have expressed an interest in making personal contributions to this project and it will be an opportunity to find out more. Please do come along, bring friends if possible, and enjoy a glass of wine and violin playing by one of the foremost artists of our generation.

Saturday 1st March 2014, 7 pm
Norfolk & Norwich Chamber Music
John Innes Centre, Norwich

Tasmin Little  – Naked Violin
in support of Norwich Sistema

Patterson: Luslawice Variations Op 50
J S Bach: Partita No 3 in E maj BWV1006 Loure, Gavotte & Gigue
Albeniz: Leyenda
Ysaye: Sonata No 3 ‘Ballade’

Programme approx 90 mins without interval

Tickets £15 to include a glass of wine (£10 if you already have or intend to buy tickets for the 1  March concert. Box office; Prelude 25b St Giles St, Norwich NR2 1JN Tel 01603 628319

Sistema in Norwich is a new and independent project based on the Venezuelan El Sistema music education and social change programme, made famous by the world renowned Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra. El Sistema has inspired children all over the world and helped them to improve their life chances.

For three and a half years, NORCA (Norfolk & Norwich Community Arts) was part of a pilot a programme funded by the UK government which provided over 1,000 Norwich school children with musical, social and personal development, and created twoorchestras made up of young children from the Larkman and Catton Grove areas of the city.  Learning from existing work by El Sistema and the Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra which is the most famous example of what El Sistema can achieve, Norwich has seen the development of a ground-breaking project that improves the lives of some of the city’s most deprived children through participation in music.

The pilot programme was called In Harmony Norwich and was part of a 3-year national pilot that included Norwich, Liverpool and Lambeth, funded by the Department for Education.

When funding for this pilot came to an end Sistema in Norwich was created to continue this work in the existing schools (Catton Grove and Larkman Primary). Additionally, Sistema in Norwich is now available to a wider range of schools and will be more flexible in the way that it delivers music education and social change through music. The priorities are individual and social development through the skills required to learn music, play an instrument, and work as a team member in an orchestra.

Sistema in Norwich is currently supported through the schools’ own budgets, sponsorship and funding from Norfolk Music Hub and local Trusts. In order to develop a full Sistema programme, a fundraising appeal will be launched in the autumn.

www.sistemanorwich.org.uk

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