Some Useful Links

Some useful Links

We have assembled here some links to the websites of other organisations whose work we support.

Familiar Fields presents a wonderful opportunity to hear performances of Britten’s music in the places that helped to inspire it. It has published a list of all the opportunities to hear performances of Britten's music during his centenary year.
The Choral Society hosts two concerts a year, one with a semi-professional orchestra and professional soloists and one which is often accompanied by a small instrumental ensemble. They also like to work with other music groups, including schools.
The Beccles Choral Society is an amateur choir based in the lovely Suffolk market town of Beccles. It is a community choir performing a wide variety of choral music – from oratorio to opera and from folk song to specially commissioned pieces.
The aims of Waveney & Blyth Arts are to strengthen the cultural identity of the Waveney and Blyth valleys, and increase and broaden the impact of the arts in the enrichment of individuals’ lives, the strengthening of communities, and the improvement of the places where people live, now and for future generations.
The Waveney Sinfonia Musical Society was formed in 1978 and was the brainchild of Richard Featherstone. The aim was to give Waveney (a district in Suffolk, UK) an orchestra and to provide an opportunity for local young people to play with more mature musicians in an orchestra under a professional baton. The orchestra is based in Lowestoft and performs three times yearly (October, January and June).
The Pakefield Singers, founded in 2002, is an amateur choir based in Pakefield near Lowestoft, Suffolk. They have an extensive and varied repertoire and performance history spanning arrangements and songs from operas, musicals, traditional arrangements, works by contemporary composers and short choral works (e.g. works by Faure, Mozart, Mendelssohn and Vivaldi) alongisde full choral works by composers such as Handel and Beethoven.
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