Concerts

SATURDAY 16TH OCTOBER PUBLIC REHEARSAL IN ST STEPHENS, CHURCH, CHAPELFIELD (3pm – 4.40pm)

In July our conductor, Ian Hytch, raised over £5000 for the ”Minidonks” charity by walking 80 miles in 8 days in his 80th year.

Inspired by his achievement, we are holding our public rehearsal in aid of this excellent charity. Come and learn more about the Minidonks and listen to our favourite pieces, including the “Minidonks March” – Ian’s own composition!

Free entrance – donations welcome.

SATURDAY 11TH DECEMBER CHRISTMAS CONCERT AT ST STEPHENS. 7.30

Sillars returns to St Stephens for a traditional Christmas concert.

SATURDAY 19TH MARCH 2022 – CONCERT AT ST PETER MANCROFT – 7PM

A film theme concert, featuring guest pianist Karen Smith.

SATURDAY JULY 2ND 2022 ATTLEBOROUGH CHURCH – 7.30 PM

A concert with Attleborough church choir – pieces from the orchestra, songs from the choir and collaborations of famous pieces including as Ave Verum Corpus, Panis Angelicus and Zadok the Priest.

SATURDAY 22 OCTOBER 2022 AT ST MARY MAGDELENE, SILVER ROAD – 7.30 PM

“This Scepterd Isle” – a programme of English composers

featuring the works of Gilbert and Sullivan with invited singers

Please also see our youtube page on what you will experience!

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQWCHFWK0vNVDktiHaLjEIw

2021

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  • Sat
    27
    Feb
    2021

    This Scepterd Isle

    7:00pm

    Our Summer Concert – Due to the current Pandemic, our Summer Concert has been postponed to 27 February 2021.

    This was due to  take place at St Cuthbert’s Church, Wroxham Rd, Norwich NR7 8TZ

    Further details to follow in due course.

  • Sat
    16
    Oct
    2021

    SATURDAY 16TH OCTOBER PUBLIC REHEARSAL IN ST STEPHENS, CHURCH, CHAPELFIELD (3pm – 4.40pm)

    3.00pm

    In July our conductor, Ian Hytch, raised over 5000 for the “Minidonks” charity by walking 80 miles in 8 days in his 80th year.

    Inspired by his achievement, we are holding our public rehearsal in aid of this excellent charity. Come and learn more about the Minidonks and listen to our favourite pieces, including the “Minidonks March” – Ian’s own composition!

    Free entrance – donations welcome.