Norfolk County Music Festival 2021 – March 8th – 19th

We are pleased to be able to announce the publication of the 2021 Norfolk County Music Festival syllabus. 

There are some unavoidable changes for this year but we are sure you will find something of interest and will be tempted to enter at least one of the many classes on offer. Solo and duet performances can be given live at Central Baptist Church, Duke Street, Norwich.  Trios, quartets and larger groups are invited to take part in our exciting new online Ensembles Celebrate! festival, by sending us a video of their performance. More details here.
Please register by 8th Jan 2021. 
We look forward to seeing you in March!
“Thank goodness we have music…  those of you reading this will be doing so as you will have some connection with the Norfolk Festival of which I have the honour of being President.  That means music is part of your life.  In these difficult times it is so important to wake up not to ‘yet another’ day but to a day where we can again experience the things in life that have the capacity to lift us… the beauty of colours, of the sky, of art and especially of music.  So, don’t let a day go by without playing some tunes, working on some technique, and, if you can, playing with others.  I much look forward to seeing some of you at the Festival” – Paul Harris, NCMF President (and Woodwind adjudicator in 2021).



A quote from Paul Harris, NCMF President (and Woodwind adjudicator for 2021).

Ensembles Celebrate! Sadly we can't have groups at our live festival this year but if you are still making music in a group join our online festival instead. Register by 8 Jan. Send us a video of your performance by 28 Feb.

We all need a little something to look forward to at the moment... delighted to announce the publication of the 2021 Festival syllabus at
March 8th to 19th🎶🎹🥁🎷🎻⭐️🥳🎵

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