Take Part: Schools offer at Norfolk & Norwich Festival
Each year, Norfolk & Norwich Festival brings an incredible programme of music and all art forms to the County, and creates a bespoke line-up of engagement opportunities across all key stages and for all abilities, inspired by the main Festival programme.
Read more about Norfolk & Norwich: Take Part here.
SING SOME JAZZ
WITH VIKA JUGANZON
Available throughout March – May
£7 per pupil
Drawing inspiration from Norfolk & Norwich Festival 2017 performer and jazz legend Dee Dee Bridgewater, Vika will take you on a journey through jazz standards, fusing your voice and soul and building confidence in new styles along the way.
Additional £7.50 per pupil to include a ticket to the Dee Dee Bridgewater concert on Saturday, 20 May 2017, 8pm at Norwich Theatre Royal
WITH BRITTEN SINFONIA
Available throughout April – May
£9 per pupil
Available for SEND settings
Pupils will be introduced to our Beethoven-focused 2017 Festival concert with Britten Sinfonia in a creative and interactive way, exploring new music collectively: improvising, analysing and performing. Pupils will have the opportunity to work alongside professional musicians to gain insight into the instruments, repertoire and concert setting.
Additional £7.50 per pupil to include a ticket to the Britten Sinfonia concert on Friday, 26 May 2017, 7.30pm at St. Andrew’s Hall, Norwich.
Highlights of the music line-up:
A fantastic live performer, Dee Dee Bridgewater is one of today’s leading female jazz vocal stars. She brings her own unique spin on jazz standards to Norwich Theatre Royal, and Snarky Puppy’s stunning keyboard player Bill Laurance opens the night with a rare solo performance. Naturally 7 celebrate the beauty of the human voice in their distinct and charming a cappella style, performing classics such as ‘In the Air Tonight’ and ‘Fix You’ in ways you’ve never heard them before, and Brad Mehldau and his trio come to Norwich to perform music from their latest album Blues and Ballads. The Adnams Spiegeltent will be host to a number of international contemporary musicians from Colombian percussion-based street music to vocal fusions of Angolan hip hop and rock & roll, and Norwich Playhouse enjoys Senegalese kora, Portuguese guitar and Estonian electronic folk.
More details about all of the events at this year’s Festival can be found at nnfestival.org.uk/festival/all-events and tickets can be booked online or by calling 01603 766400.