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    Norfolk’s leading amateur chamber choir

  • ETT Photography Keswick Hall Choir 27

    Norfolk’s leading amateur chamber choir

  • ETT Photography Keswick Hall Choir 37

    Norfolk’s leading amateur chamber choir

We have an exciting programme planned for our 2024/2025 season starting with our concert on 23rd Nov where we will be performing Requiems by John Rutter and Gabriel Fauré -Requiem as well as Herbert Howells - Take Him, Earth For Cherishing.

 

On 22nd February we will be performing a selection of unaccompanied repertoire from around the globe with composers including Byrd, Grieg, Poulenc, Elgar and Palestrina. 

 

 

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Our next concert:

Requiem - Saturday 23 November 2024

Saturday 23rd November

Venue: Christ Church, Church Avenue, Eaton, Norwich, NR2 2AQ

Time: 7.30pm

Information and tickets
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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