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Norwich School to collaborate with London Mozart Players

20 February 2018

Norwich School Choral Society is collaborating for the second year running with the world-renowned London Mozart Players for an exciting musical venture at St Andrew’s Hall – Feel the Spirit.

Taking place on 21st March, the concert will see the society perform Mozart’s exquisite Coronation Mass, Vaughan Williams’ Five Mystical Songs, and Rutter’s uplifting setting of African-American spirituals Feel the Spirit. The evening will also include a performance of Chaminade’s Concertino, which will feature Norwich School pupil, Caitlin Obee, as the flute soloist; Caitlin is Principal Flute with the County Youth Orchestra.

Musicians from other schools around the Norfolk area, in partnership with the Norfolk Music Hub, will also take part.

Pat Stephenson, Secretary of Norwich School Choral Society is in no doubt that it will be a memorable evening. “It doesn't get any better than this,” she said. “It’s wonderful that our members have the chance to sing a wide variety of beautiful music alongside one of London's top professionals.”

Tickets for this unique event cost £12 (free to under 21s) and are available to purchase now through the Norwich School TicketSource site:


More about London Mozart Players

Founded in 1947, the London Mozart Player’s orchestra has a reputation for memorable live performances and recordings of the core classical repertoire. The orchestra plays an active role in contemporary music, giving many world premières and commissioning new work. The orchestra is also committed to sharing the creative arts with schools and communities, by undertaking collaborations such as this concert with Norwich School.


More about Norwich School Choral Society

Norwich School Choral Society remains one of the largest choruses in the region. Each year, the society joins with pupils from the school’s Chapel Choir to give a performance in St Andrew’s Hall, as well as concerts across the region and services at Norwich Cathedral. Norwich School also has a long history of nurturing young instrumentalists from both Norwich School and other schools in the county.