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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I have been part of the KHC tenor section for 30 years. In that time, I’ve sung under three different directors, each of whom has brought musical values that have helped me grow as a singer and repertoire choices that have enthused me consistently, processes that continue under our inspiring current conductor, Daniel Justin. When I started back in 1992, KHC was rather larger than it is now, so if you’re a capable singer – especially a tenor – who wants to be part of a friendly, committed and accomplished musical ‘family’, please consider joining us.
I joined Keswick four years ago and have loved the variety of the music. The company is great too. Singing the Monteverdi Vespers in 2023 fulfils a lifelong ambition!
Sarah recently supported the choir with French pronunciation for the Poulenc which was greatly appreciated by members.
I joined Keswick Hall choir 21 years ago and am proud to be the current Chair.
If I had to narrow it down amongst all the wonderful things that I love about KHC, I would say that I find the most joy in the amazing final concert performance, seeing how far we have come with the repertoire and then being able to share it with more people. Singing with your friends is also special as they are a wonderful, l friendly bunch.
As one of the more aged members it has been a privilege and pleasure to be part of KHC. The wide range of often challenging works and consistently high standards of performance have been positively life-enhancing and, I now have no doubt that the choir will go from strength to strength under Daniel Justin’s direction.
I have sung in Keswick Hall Choir for over 30 years. I feel really lucky to be part of a group that sings such a diverse range of music, each season brings something new to keeps us on our toes. The weekly rehearsals are an important part of my week, I am able to immerse myself in some wonderful music and spend time with some talented friends. Great for the wellbeing!
I've been singing with Keswick for nearly 20 years. Choral singing is one of those key things that makes me really tick! That's why I was so pleased to be admitted to a choir about which I'd heard so much before I joined. The sheer variety of the repertoire we sing has been a real pleasure to explore with my fellow singers! Now that I've retired from teaching music, I am pleased to be able to give something back to a choir which has given me so much joy by serving on the committee. With Daniel Justin as our musical director, more exciting and rewarding times lie ahead.