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About us

Keswick Hall Choir, founded in 1970, is widely regarded as Norfolk’s leading amateur chamber choir. Currently consisting of around 40 voices, its repertoire extends from the 15th to the 21st centuries. The choir enjoys an excellent reputation, in particular for its performances of Renaissance and contemporary music.

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Our history

Keswick Hall Choir was originally established by the late Geoffrey Laycock in 1970, an amalgamation of the Choral Society and the Madrigal Choir of Keswick Hall College of Education. Following the college’s absorption into the University of East Anglia in 1981, the choir developed an independent existence under John Aplin, himself a graduate of UEA.

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We are always looking for new members.

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