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Norwich Chamber Music concerts

Norwich Chamber Music prides itself on the quality of its concerts, bringing outstanding performers of international renown to Norwich and the surrounding area.

2024–2025 season

As always, we are delighted to be welcoming world-class performers to Norwich for a superb series of concerts.

Details of all our concerts in 2024–2025 can be found below.

Parking at the John Innes Conference Centre is free for all concerts at weekends: parking restrictions do not apply at weekends.


Upcoming concerts

Leonore trio

Saturday 14 September 2024, 7.30pm

Mozart, Beethoven, Smetana

Doric Quartet

Sunday 13 October 2024, 3.00pm

Beethoven, Haydn

Clare Hammond

Saturday 2 November 2024, 7.30pm

Chaminade, de Montgeroult, Fauré, Beethoven, Mozart, Clara Schumann, Mumford, Chopin

Sacconi Quartet and Daniel Tong

Sunday 17 November 2024, 3.00pm

Panufnik, Smetana, Dvorák

Elias Quartet with Robin Ireland

Saturday 30 November 2024, 7.30pm

Mozart Quintets in C and G minor

Elias Quartet with Robin Ireland

Sunday 1 December 2024, 3.00pm

Mozart Quintets in D and E flat

Kitty Whately, Joseph Middleton and Sir Thomas Allen

Saturday 11 January 2025, 7.30pm

"The Other Eden"; a programme of English song

Elmore Quartet

Saturday 8 February 2025, 7.30pm

Haydn, Debussy, Beethoven

Trio Gaspard

Saturday 15 March 2025, 7.30pm

Mustonen, Haydn, Kopatchinskaya, Liszt, Schubert

Adelphi Quartet

Saturday 29 March 2025, 7.30pm

Schubert, Beethoven, Tom Coult, Britten

Robert Plane, Rosalind Ventris, Finghin Collins

Sunday 13 April 2025, 3.00pm

Rebecca Clarke, Mozart, Brahms

Kleio Quartet

Saturday 26 April 2025, 7.30pm

Haydn, Britten, Beethoven

Our Artistic Director

Richard Wigmore

After reading modern languages at Cambridge and studying music at the Guildhall School of Music and the Salzburg Mozarteum, Richard combined a career as a singer, in Britain and abroad, with writing and translating. He now works as a writer, broadcaster and lecturer specialising in chamber music, opera and German Lieder.

               Richard’s publications include Schubert: the complete song texts and the Faber Pocket Guide to Haydn, and chapters and articles for music dictionaries (including The National Dictionary of Biography and The New Grove) and encyclopaedias. He is currently working on a book on Schumann.