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Myth and Faith



Friday 22 November 2019, 7:30 - 9:30pm


St Andrew's Hall, The Halls, St Andrews St, Norwich NR3 1AU

Event Category:

Concerts and music

Ticket Price:

£4 - £12

Myth and Faith

Friday 22 November 2019

7.30-9.30pm (doors open 6.45pm)

St Andrew's Hall, Norwich (The Halls, St Andrews St, Norwich NR3 1AU)

UEA Choir and Symphony Orchestra warmly invite you to join them their autumn concert ‘Myth and Faith’, on Friday 22 November at 7.30pm at St Andrew’s Hall, Norwich.

Massing more than 200 performers on stage, comprising students, staff and members of the local community, the choir and orchestra will perform three Symphonic Poems from Bedřich Smetana’s evocative Má Vlast (Vyšehrad, Šárka and Vltava), and Joseph Haydn’s beautiful Mass in Bb Major 'Harmonie Mass’.

The choir and orchestra will be joined in their performance of Haydn’s 'Harmonie Mass’ by soloists Sofia Larsson (soprano), Samantha Price (mezzo-soprano), Richard Dowling (tenor), and Tristan Hambleton (bass)

Ticket prices:

  • West Gallery: £12 (Full Price), £10 (Seniors), £8 (Students)
  • Stalls: £8 (Full Price), £6 (Seniors), £5 (Students)
  • Side Aisles: £4 (All Tickets) - please note some Side Aisles tickets have restricted views

To find out more about the different seating areas at St Andrew’s Hall, please download the St Andrew’s Hall seating plan (pdf).

Tickets available to purchase:

To find out more, please download the concert flyer (pdf), email:, phone: 01603 593948, or follow @UEAConcerts on Twitter or UEA Music Centre on Facebook.

Please note:

Doors open at 6.45pm.

Seating is unreserved.

You will need to take your seats 10 minutes before the advertised time.

Latecomers will not be admitted until a suitable break in the performance.

We regret that we cannot exchange, refund or transfer tickets unless the event in question has been cancelled or rescheduled.For further information, please see our UEA Music Centre concert: terms and conditions (pdf).

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