North Norfolk Chorale

North Norfolk Chorale is a choral society, established in North Walsham since 1873. We perform the great choral works of music, sometimes with orchestra or organ, as well as more recent works by composers such as John Rutter and Karl Jenkins.

We currently have 60+ members from various parts of North Norfolk.

Become a Member

The choir will be performing Brahms' German Requiem on June 4th 2016 at Salle Church. This will be our Musical Director, Rosemary Kimmins' last performance with us and we would like to make it one to remember. We hope to have as large a choir as possible, so please join us. Rehearsals take place from January to June on Wednesday evenings from 7.30pm – 9.30pm in the Methodist Church, Grammar School Road, North Walsham.

If you would like more details, then please contact our Secretary on 01603 279541.

Become a Friend

We are greatly indebted to our Friends
whose financial contributions enable us
to maintain high standards of
performance by engaging professional
soloists and orchestral players.

They are entitled to reserved seats, individual
acknowledgement of their vital
contribution in the concert programme,
and are invited to the social events of
the choir.

Contact the Secretary 01603 279541.

Upcoming Events

This is a list of the events planned in the near future by North Norfolk Chorale.

Please click an event for more details.

Summer Concert 2016 Tickets Now on Sale

Become an Advertiser

 Advertisements in our concert programmes are Programmeread by discerning audiences from a wide area of Norfolk.

Contact the Secretary on 01603 279541.

Become a Sponsor

 Sponsorship of the North Norfolk Chorale is invaluable to us and an asset to you by generating publicity and demonstrating community involvement.

We value the opportunity to share a partnership with
local and national companies.

Contact the Secretary on 01603 279541.

Making Music

We are members of Making Music, the UK’s number one organisation for voluntary music, which thrives on encouraging all kinds of music groups and individuals to be part of a vibrant multi-cultural music scene.
We are members of Making Music