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.
Come and play and sing in our Soloists’ Concert on Saturday 3 February.
Open to all young musicians, adult learners and exam candidates, we are providing this opportunity for amateur players and singers to perform for a small, friendly audience. Ideal if you are preparing for an Associated Board exam, as our concert venue is also an exam centre for a lot of local students; you can try out the piano and get used to the acoustics of the church before your exam date.
We just ask each player or singer to prepare up to 5 minutes of music to play for others, and to be supportive of everyone else (many of whom may be performing for the first time). Beginners and experienced players, any grade level or none, and non-members as well as members of West Norfolk Music Centre all welcome.
There are still a few slots available, so contact us now if you’re interested in taking part and we’ll provide all the information you need. Email email@example.com.
A big thank you to all at West Norfolk Music Centre who made our concert a success on Saturday, we’re now looking forward to singing and playing Christmas music at Tesco Hardwick on Saturday 16th December, 2-4pm
Coming up on 19 November, Norfolk Symphony Orchestra’s next concert has something to appeal to all Music Centre members. Enjoy music from films including Star Wars, Schindler’s List and Out of Africa.
Also featuring the musical whodunnit ‘The Composer is Dead’, by Lemony Snicket and Nathaniel Stookey. Young members may well know Lemony Snicket’s books, and they will enjoy exploring the orchestra through the story as narrated by local and West End actor Charlie Hotson. Even better, there are up to 100 free tickets available for under-18s when accompanied by an adult (up to 3 children per adult) to enjoy this family-friendly mid-afternoon performance.
King’s Lynn Music Society’s 2017-18 season starts next Wednesday with ‘Amalthea’ flute and harp duo, at King’s Lynn Town Hall, 7.30 pm (refreshments from 7.00 pm).
Tickets just £10, under 18’s free, or enjoy the whole season of 8 events for £50.
Come and see musicians from West Norfolk Music Centre playing solos and duets at King’s Lynn Town Hall as part of the annual Heritage Open Day on Sunday 10 September. Spend the rest of the day in town exploring historic and notable buildings, riding the vintage bus or seeking out the wide range of events.
Our young players and adult students will be playing music from baroque to modern, classical to jazz, on a range of instruments. Find us in the Assembly Room at the Town Hall at 12pm, 1.30pm or 2.30pm. You can come and go as you please — listen to just one piece or stay a little longer — and it’s free of charge!