On 3 May, Joo Yeun Sir (violin) and Irina Andrievsky (piano) will be playing at St Mary’s Church, Snettisham at 7.30pm. Music includes Vaughan Williams’ ‘Lark Ascending’ and a new work to celebrate love letters written in World War II. Free entry for students under 21.
We will be back again on 19 May with another concert for soloists. If you would like to play and sing at the concert, contact us and we’ll add you to the programme!
Open to amateur players and singers at all levels, why not come and share 5 minutes of your favourite music with a friendly audience?
If you play recorder — whether just a little or as a more advanced player — come along to our recorder workshop on 12 May! Open to all, both Music Centre members and non-members, and to players of all ages, the workshop will provide opportunities to play together and to put on a short performance at the end.
Just £10 for the afternoon (under-18s half price at £5; over-60s £8)
Well done to all who took part in our concert on Saturday! Enjoy your holidays, and we’ll see you back at Music Centre on 21 April.
This Sunday, 25 March 2018, Norfolk Symphony Orchestra will be playing a programme of French music at St Nicholas Chapel, King’s Lynn. The concert starts at 3.30pm, and tickets for young concert-goers (under 18) are free — up to 3 per adult ticket, so this an ideal way to spend the afternoon with the family.
Read more about the concert and about the music in the flyer, or at the Norfolk Symphony Orchestra website.
Music Centre members can enjoy a recital by Molly Parsons-Gurr (cello) and Jennifer Carter (piano) this Wednesday evening at 7.30pm at King’s Lynn Town Hall. Refreshments available from 7pm.
The event is part of the King’s Lynn Music Society 2018 season. Visitors can attend and are invited to make a donation (£10 suggested); under-18s can attend without charge.
Join us this Saturday afternoon, 3 February, for our open Soloists’ Concert. Listen to members and non-members, and maybe one or two of our teachers, share some of their favourite music with you. From beginners to intermediate and more advanced players, there will be something for everyone.
The concert is at St John’s Church in the Walks, King’s Lynn at 3.30pm, and refreshments will be served from 3.15pm. One lucky winner will also go home with half the proceeds of our raffle!
For more information about this and future events, including how to take part, contact us.