How to book:

* This link will take you to an external ticketing system.

AFRICAN CHOIR OF NORFOLK: Official Launch Concert & Champagne Reception

MUSIC

When we first decided to create a new choir for Norfolk, we knew we had found the perfect person in Anna Mudeka to head up
the project. The choir has a 5-year remit to deliver workshops and concerts celebrating people of African heritage in Norfolk through music from the 54 countries of Africa.

“I am truly honoured to be
leading The African Choir of
Norfolk and I am so excited to
share with the wider audience
what we have been learning
from all different parts of
Africa. This wonderful group
of individuals has been a great
support through the difficult
times of Covid and have turned
up every time online, or live
when possible, just to sing and
bond over songs and music
of Africa.

We really cannot wait to take
to the stage properly for the
first time, complete with
African attire, and in full voice.
We will take you through the
African plains with iconic
songs including Malaika,
Jambo, songs from Zimbabwe,
Mozambique, South Africa,
Kenya, Eritrea, Nigeria to name
a few.

Expect movement, drumming,
dancing, ululation and lots of
audience participation. This is
where Imbube singing made
famous by groups such as
Lady Smith Black Mambazo
and Black Umfolosi meets
Yoruba women’s choir. Expect
a memorable experience and
much much more!”

End Time: 11:30 pm (approx)

AFRICAN CHOIR OF NORFOLK: Official Launch Concert & Champagne Reception

MUSIC
End Time: 11:30 pm (approx)

How to book:

* This link will take you to an external ticketing system.

When we first decided to create a new choir for Norfolk, we knew we had found the perfect person in Anna Mudeka to head up
the project. The choir has a 5-year remit to deliver workshops and concerts celebrating people of African heritage in Norfolk through music from the 54 countries of Africa.

“I am truly honoured to be
leading The African Choir of
Norfolk and I am so excited to
share with the wider audience
what we have been learning
from all different parts of
Africa. This wonderful group
of individuals has been a great
support through the difficult
times of Covid and have turned
up every time online, or live
when possible, just to sing and
bond over songs and music
of Africa.

We really cannot wait to take
to the stage properly for the
first time, complete with
African attire, and in full voice.
We will take you through the
African plains with iconic
songs including Malaika,
Jambo, songs from Zimbabwe,
Mozambique, South Africa,
Kenya, Eritrea, Nigeria to name
a few.

Expect movement, drumming,
dancing, ululation and lots of
audience participation. This is
where Imbube singing made
famous by groups such as
Lady Smith Black Mambazo
and Black Umfolosi meets
Yoruba women’s choir. Expect
a memorable experience and
much much more!”