Norwich School’s Choral Society, in association with the London Mozart Players, will perform their annual Spring concert at St Andrew's Hall on the 21st March 2018.
Norwich School Choral Society is enjoying its second year of collaboration with the world-renowned London Mozart Players. This season they will perform Mozart’s exquisite Coronation Mass, Vaughan Williams’ Five Mystical Songs, and Rutter’s uplifting setting of African-American spirituals Feel the Spirit. The concert will also include a performance of Chaminade’s Concertino, which will feature Norwich School pupil Caitlin Obee as the flute soloist; Caitlin is Principle Flute with the County Youth Orchestra. Musicians from other schools, in partnership with the Norfolk Music Hub, will also take part.
Formed in 1983, Norwich School Choral Society remains one of the largest choruses in the region, this will be the second time the society has played with the London Mozart Players.. 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; senior players from Norwich School and some other schools will perform at this concert alongside the London Mozart Players.
The London Mozart Players were founded in 1947, the orchestra has achieved renown for 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.
When: 21st March 2018
Where: St. Andrew's Hall, Norwich
Tickets are £12 (under 21s free). Click here to purchase.
Norwich School is offering an opportunity to support an important educational and community project. All supporters will be invited to a pre concert reception in the beautiful medieval crypt of St Andrew’s Hall. They will also have priority seating and an acknowledgement in the programme.
Bronze Sponsor £250: Bronze sponsors will receive four priority tickets.
Silver Sponsor £500: Each silver sponsor will receive six priority tickets and a half-page advert in the concert programme.
Gold Sponsor £1,000 and above: Gold sponsors will receive ten priority tickets and a full-page advert in the concert programme.
If you would more information about sponsorship, please contact Rachael McLanaghan:
Music School Administrator
71a The Close
Norwich NR1 4DD