About Norwich Chamber Music
In this, our 70th year, Norwich Chamber Music (NCM) continues to present chamber music of the highest international standard. Our performers are selected by Artistic Director Misha Donat, writer, lecturer and former senior music producer for BBC Radio 3. Concerts are held at the John Innes Conference Centre Hall in Norwich Research Park. There is extensive free parking, superb acoustics and unobstructed sightlines for all seats. A large foyer with a bar is open for refreshments before concerts and during the intervals. It is an excellent place to enjoy our world-class performers. The main concert hall opens 30 minutes before the performance. We ask everyone to have their tickets or season or membership ticket cards available for inspection on the door. The Committee reserves the right to change the programmes without prior notice.
Norwich Chamber Music is a Charity No. 278446 also registered as NCM. We are deeply grateful to the many volunteers who enable the concerts, talks and educational work to run smoothly. All trustees are unpaid. As of June 2020 they are:
Peter Lawson Chair
Michael Fowler Secretary
Andrew Bulman Assistant Secretary
Helen Colyer Treasurer
Clara Crockatt Front of House
Julia Donat Concert Administrator
Sally Lawson Education Co-ordinator and ‘Making Music’ Rep
Karen Stokes Membership
Alan Metcalfe Catering
Artistic Director Misha Donat
The management of NCM is governed by its Constitution. A series of Protocols give more detailed guidance. They are available here:
Constitution in pdf format
Protocols in MS Word format
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NCM acknowledges generous donations from many private individuals. We receive no grant from the Arts council, Norfolk County Council or any other public body, relying on donations and the sale of tickets to run our outstanding concert series and educational work.
Norwich Chamber Music History 1951-2017
Click here for a seven page Word document, written by Roger Rowe, describing the history of NCM from its inception in 1951 to April 2017.
We are a Member of Making Music, the national charity which supports amateur performing and promoting societies across the UK.