Like so many other choirs across the country, we have been unable to perform in concert since the end of 2019. The virtual world has kept us going but finally, we managed to sing together in person on 19th July, the Government's aptly named 'freedom day'. Hallelujah!
The Chorus is now making plans for an uplifting and spine-tingling concert on 16th October 2021 in St Nicholas' Chapel with our new Music Director, Ben Horden.
If any aspiring singer wishes to join us, in the Autumn term, then please contact the secretary. Alternatively, keep checking our website, FB and Twitter feeds for updates or join our mailing list. If you sign up, we can send our quarterly Newsletter direct to your mailbox.
The virtual choir has been busy over the past few months. Go to the Audio Gallery to hear some recordings including our latest recording of Fauré: Cantique de Jean Racine
‘Shall we dance?’ Dance-based baroque organ music.
Our Music Director and talented organist, Ben Horden, is planning his debut solo recording project this August. The dance-inspired music by Bach and Buxtehude will be performed on the celebrated Grant, Degens and Bradbeer organ at the University of York.
KLFC wish him every success and look forward to listening to his efforts very soon. As one supporter said ‘Ben is one of the few who can really make that particular instrument sing and now dance!
If anyone would like to support Ben and learn more about this exciting project, please go to https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/shallwedance
Singing is good for your health - that’s now an established fact. Why don't you consider getting together with like-minded folk from all walks of life, once a week for a choral workout during term time.
Being the choir that KLFC is, it helps if you can follow a musical score and keep in tune.
If you would like to try us out, you can come along to our Monday evening rehearsals, planned to be held, if COVID restrictions are lifted, in the beautiful St Nicholas' Chapel , King’s Lynn, 7.15pm to 9.15pm.
We hope to welcome new members very soon but at the moment until we know for certain when we can safely meet up again, we suggest you contact the secretary to be kept up to date.