Norfolk Music Hub are delighted to announce a county wide effort to ensure we all are able to participate in some much-needed Christmas cheer this year!
We are unable to bring you the annual carol concert which is normally held at County Hall but hope you will be interested in joining us for our very special online Christmas Concerts for 2020. Now more than ever we need to all pull together to support each other and what better opportunity to engage in an activity as a team.
We have put a programme together of opportunities leading to two concerts and we warmly invite you to join us.
For Norfolk County Council Employees
Norfolk Music Hub are delighted to partner with The Come & Sing Company to offer the opportunity to join an online festive choir in the lead up until Christmas for NCC employees.
The sessions will run from 6pm-6.40pm for four weeks on the 20th November, 27th November, 4th December and 11th December.
With the emphasis on well-being, don’t worry if you have never tried anything like this before – now is the time to try this from the comfort of your own home!
We will showcase the result of this project on the 18th December at 12.30pm.
For the Norfolk Community
Norfolk Music Hub are delighted to partner with The Come & Sing Company to offer the opportunity to join an online family festive choir in the lead up until Christmas!
These sessions will run from 3.30pm-4.10pm for four weeks on the 22nd November, 29th November, 6th December and 13th December for families across Norfolk, with the emphasis being on well-being.
Don’t worry if you have never tried anything like this before, now is the time to try this from the comfort of your own home together as a family.
We will showcase the result of this project on 18th December at 6.30pm and Sunday 20th December at 3.30pm.
Watch the performances:
Friday 18th December at 6.30pm:
Sunday 20th December at 3.30pm:
For Norfolk Secondary Schools
We are delighted to offer our educational establishments across Norfolk the opportunity to submit a festive recording either of a soloist, class or group that will potentially be showcased in Norfolk County Councils end of year Christmas concerts.
This can be either with or without vocals and will showcase your educational setting in this year’s online event which will be broadcast on the 18th December at 6.30pm and Sunday 20th December at 3.30pm.