UEA Choir enjoys membership from students, staff and members of the public. The choir, under the direction of conductor Tom Primrose, rehearses on campus, every Monday (7.30pm-9.30pm), during the autumn and spring semesters. Performances take place throughout the year, both solo and in collaboration with either UEA Symphony Orchestra or another local orchestra. Recent performances by the choir include Dvořák’s Mass in D Major, Op. 86 (with UEA Symphony Orchestra) at St Andrew's Hall, Handel's Messiah (with Norwich Baroque) at St Andrew's Hall and Britten’s Ballad of Heroes (with BBC Cardiff Singer of the World 2013 Audience Prize winner Ben Johnson) at Norwich Cathedral. UEA Choir have also recently been on a tour of Caen.
Details of forthcoming UEA Choir performances, can be found in our Events Calendar.
UEA Choir is open to beginners, as well as more experienced singers. Some previous experience singing in choirs is preferable, but not essential. The Choir is currently full for the 2016/17 year.
Auditions are informal and friendly, and there is no need to prepare anything in advance.
Auditions for the 2017/18 UEA Choir concert season will take place in September 2017; more details and application forms will be published at a later date. For further information please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that non-UEA members are required to pay a subscription fee to join UEA Choir (£46.00 full price, £23.00 concessions (students and seniors (over 60s)).
Tom Primrose conducting the UEA Choir in the Eglise Saint Jean, Caen.