CALLING ALL SINGERS


SING WHAT YOU LOVE! 

LOVE WHAT YOU SING!

It is now widely recognised that singing is good for one’s sense of well-being.

If you enjoy singing or have sung in the past and can follow a music score, why not spend a few hours (2 hrs 30 mins max) with like-minded folk having a musical work out guided by Music Director Tom Appleton and assisted by Ben Horden, Assistant Music Director? 

 

The summer term has now ended but you can come along to one of two open rehearsals on 2nd or 9th September to see if you enjoy the experience of singing with a large choir. Alternatively, turn up at an all day workshop on 7th September in our favourite singing venue, St Nicholas Chapel, King's Lynn. Contact the secretary for more details. 

 

Who we are

KING’S LYNN FESTIVAL CHORUS is recognised as one of the most accomplished mainstream, mixed choral groups in East Anglia. Repertoire that have been performed include Messiah, St. John Passion, Verdi’s Requiem and Carmina Burana. 

 

An exciting programme is planned for the new Season that will include performances of Bach’s mighty masterpiece St. Matthew Passion in April and the Mozart Requiem in July 2020.

The Chorus is always pleased to welcome new members.

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Tom Appleton: Music Director
Photo credit: Alice the camera


Ben Horden: Assistant Music Director & accompanist

 


Several people came to sing with us this summer for the SING FOR SHELTER PROJECT
#singforshelter
 
culminating in a performance on the King's Lynn Tuesday Market Place to raise money for the charity Shelter and raise awareness of the homelessness crisis. See our video with seagull and blustery wind sound effects here: 
KLFC Archive – Google Drive

You too can support the charity Shelter by donating through JustGiving which is simple, fast and totally secure

Meeting Alex Woolf at the London Coliseum

 

 

 

     

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DECEMBER NEWSLETTER

Our next Concert

Saturday 21st December 2019

4.30pm

The Minster King's Lynn

Tickets on sale now!

Contact us or ring 01553 672416

Our last concert on 6th October 2019

What a concert that was!

With the wonderful VOCES8 

 

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DECEMBER NEWSLETTER

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


HERE'S A CHALLENGE!

As well as our efforts to support the charity Shelter this year, KLFC is presently trying to raise £4000 towards a performance of Bach's St Matthew Passion next spring. 

We salute our Music Director Tom, who in July completed his two day, 55 mile sponsored walk from Bury St Edmunds to St Nicholas' Chapel in King's Lynn. A wonderful achievement with proceeds going towards the SMP fund.  Please contact us if you want to find out how you can support KLFC and this very special concert.
Thank you.

 

 

 

 


 

 


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King's Lynn Festival Chorus works closely with The King's Lynn Festival organisers who produce an exciting annual music and arts programme. 
Visit the King's Lynn Festival website for information on concerts and future events. http://www.kingslynnfestival.org.uk

     

 
                     
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