We are inviting pupils from your educational setting to come to Norwich Cathedral and sing with Norwich Cathedral Choir.
In partnership with the Norfolk Music Hub, Ashley Grote (Master of Music at Norwich Cathedral) has compiled a short 30 minute programme of songs to perform alongside Norwich Cathedral Choir.
We are inviting all children in Key Stage 1 to participate in this concert, which will include fun children’s songs based on the themes associated with Harvest, creation, the environment, sustainability and care for our planet. Please note that some of the song content will be relative to the Cathedral surroundings.
We are able to offer the opportunity for families to join us at 5pm ( doors open at 4.45pm), for the final performance. Please note that this is a non-ticketed event and will be standing only, we cannot guarantee that you will be able to see your child from the audience space. We have a strict no filming or photography rule in place for this performance.
We will be streaming the concert via a private YouTube link, managed by Norwich Cathedral. This will be available for a few days after the concert for you to share with your educational setting for families who are unable to attend. Those students who are unable to be filmed will still be able to take part but will be kept out of the filming area.
We regret that we are unable to assist with transport costs to and from the venue.
Dates & Times
Wednesday 28th September
- Resources will be available, including specific resources on how to teach each song supplied by Ashley Grote, your Musical Director for this performance
It is expected that the young people will have learnt these resources off by heart.
Harvest at the Cathedral Performances
In addition to the rehearsal and performance there is the possibility to link this visit in with a tour and activity led by Norwich Cathedral.
Wednesday 16th November – Norwich Cathedral Educational Department tour and activity – £3.50 per child
Your educational setting is invited to join Norwich Cathedrals educational department for a tour around the Cathedral and the opportunity to participate in an arts and craft activity before the rehearsal and performance.
This is optional and numbers are extremely limited. You can register your interest below and you will be contacted by a member of the Norwich Cathedral team to discuss further
- Arrive at 12.15pm for lunch in the Cloister (bring your own lunch)
- 1pm-3pm- Tour of the Cathedral and activity led by Norwich Cathedral Educational department
- 3pm Arrival
- 3.15pm: Massed rehearsal in the nave of Norwich Cathedral
- 4.20pm: Break – please bring your own drinks and snacks for the children to have in the Cathedral Cloister
- 5pm: Performance
- 5.45pm End
We have now reached capacity for this project. If you would like to be added to the reserve list please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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