Suffolk Singers will be providing an evening of music specially selected to complement the wonderful acoustics of lovely St. Michael’s Church in Framlingham.
The choir has been established for over 25 years and are on of the most accomplished amateur choirs in the county. They are a mixed choir of just over 30 voices whose harmony and blend as a choir goes from strength to strength.
They have been winners of the Whitman Cup for the best adult choir in the Suffolk Festival and were among 10 international choirs to compete in the ‘Choir of the World’ competition at the Llangollen Eisteddfod in 2014. They regularly perform in churches and cathedrals in which their beautiful sound can resonate to full advantage. Suffolk Singers are invited annually to perform in the Lady Chapel of Ely Cathedral and were recently privileged to sing in the superb Binham Priory in North Norfolk.
In May 2018 the choir made a very successful trip to Belgium where they performed in the cathedrals in Ypres and Ghent as well as singing as part of the ‘Last Post Ceremony’ at the Menin Gate. The choir hosts an annual workshop which is attended by over 100 singers from across the county and is very popular; make a note in your diary for the 4th November at Woodbridge School.
In the meantime, don’t miss this opportunity to hear such a special local choir and enjoy the surroundings of a beautiful church decorated for Harvest Festival.