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    Norfolk’s leading amateur chamber choir

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    Norfolk’s leading amateur chamber choir

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    Norfolk’s leading amateur chamber choir

Robbie


Introducing our new Musical Director

We are delighted to announce that Robbie Carroll is joining Keswick Hall Choir as our new Musical Director, after a highly successful interim period of 6 months. Robbie is a gifted organist and choir conductor and is currently the Assistant Organist of Norwich Cathedral.   

Robbie recently directed A Musical Love Triangle, featuring music by Johannes Brahms, Clara and Robert Schumann, accompanied by David Dunnett and David Grealy. He has exciting plans for our future concerts, and we look forward to the choir go on from strength to strength under his leadership.

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Our next concert:

27th April 2024

Saturday 27th April

Venue: The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist (Unthank Road/Earlham Road, Norwich)

Time: 7.30pm

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Would you like to join our choir?

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We are always looking for new members.

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Our audience says

  • ETT Photography Keswick Hall Choir 30

    I did not realise that there was a choir of this standard in Norfolk! I am so impressed. Wonderful!

    Chloe, Norwich
  • ETT Photography Keswick Hall Choir 9

    I lived in London for many years and travel back to concerts regularly. It is fantastic to hear this choir, which is such a high standard on my doorstep. 

    Stephen, Norwich
  • ETT Photography Keswick Hall Choir 23

    Wonderful concert. The Poulenc was divine!

    Pete, Noriwich
  • ETT Photography Keswick Hall Choir 73

    Superb concert, thoroughly enjoyable. It is great to see the choir supporting young and local composers. The Seb Johnson piece was beautiful. So atmospheric in the Cathedral too. 

    Dan, Norwich
  • ETT Photography Keswick Hall Choir 15

    I have been a loyal “groupie” attending Keswick choir performances in Norfolk for many years. I would describe much of the last concert as truly beautiful and perhaps even sublime.

    Jean, Norwich
  • The setting of the Roman Catholic Cathedral was perfect for the hauntingly beautiful music.  It sounded magical.

    Robert, Norwich