The Norwich Singers are a friendly group of people, and we welcome tuneful and enthusiastic new singers of all ages. Our programmes cover light music, madrigals, sacred music and major choral works.

We rehearse each Wednesday evening from 7.30 to 9.30 pm at the Methodist Church on Rosebery Road in Norwich, and music is provided.

Calling all Basses!

We are particularly keen to recruit new bass members of the choir. If this is of interest to you, or you know of a gentleman who might be interested in singing with us, please contact our Musical Director Jason Lambert or Chairperson Suzanne Long – contact details for both Jason and Suzanne can be found here.

A busy Christmas Period for the Norwich Singers

The Norwich Singers were very busy in the run-up to Christmas 2018, with two very successful carol concerts, as well as singing at a number of venues throughout the local community.

Christmas Concerts 2018

Our annual Christmas concert, on Saturday 15 December 2018 in Chapel Field Road Methodist Church was another successful Christmas concert for the choir.  The evening told the Christmas story through carols, songs and poetry. As well as many of the well-known favourite carols, the choir performed some more modern carols that are already featuring regularly in the Christmas repertoire, such as William Mathias’s ‘A Babe is Born’ and John Rutter’s ‘All Bells in Paradise’.

Norwich Singers Christmas Concert 2018

Chapel Field Road Methodist Church: Hail the Heaven-born Prince of Peace …

Three days later on Tuesday 18 December the Norwich Singers were very pleased  to perform our Christmas concert again at How Hill as we have done in previous years. This is always a most enjoyable evening and the room was once again full to capacity, helping to raise valuable funds for the How Hill Trust.

Choir How Hill 2018

How Hill: Candlelight, angel light, firelight and star-glow …

Carols in the Community

In the run-up to Christmas, the Norwich Singers sang at a number of venues throughout the local community. Our first stop on Saturday 8 December 2018 was Doughty’s in Norwich, which provides self-contained accommodation for older people. A small group from the choir spent a very enjoyable afternoon entertaining the residents with a selection of Christmas carols and songs.

Doughty's 2 12 18

Sing, choirs of angels ….

Doughty's 2 12 18

Next stop for Norwich Singers was Norwich Community Hospital on Thursday 13 December. Some of the choir entertained patients with festive carols and songs – and some fine Christmas jumpers!

We Wish You a Merry Christmas …

That Glorious Song of Old …

Hark the Herald Angels Sing …

Finally, on Friday 21 December, a small group from the choir sang carols at lunchtime at Café Britannia in Waterloo Park.

Choir at Cafe Britannia
Now Bring Us Some Figgy Pudding…