How to book:

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

THE AFRICAN CHOIR OF NORFOLK

MUSIC

“In our 2nd annual festival gala concert we will continue our 5 year journey through the African plains, across her 54 countries, sharing our next set of iconic songs with you. Expect movement, drumming, dancing, theatre, ululation, new hand-made costumes, and lots of audience participation. This is where Imbude singing made famous by groups such as Lady Smith Black Mambazo and Black Umfolosi meets Yoruba women’s choir. The African Choir of Norfolk is one of the best things I’ve done in my career. We cannot wait to welcome you all.”  – ANNA MUDEKA, Artistic Director & Choir Leader 

Within its first year the choir has performed at fundraising events, in schools, at weddings, and they were invited by Her Majesty the Queen’s representatives to perform at the Big Sing: A Royal Salute at the Norfolk Show. And, they appeared outside City Hall, as part of a celebration of choirs from across the Commonwealth. We couldn’t be prouder to have initiated this project, and we are so pleased for this remarkable set of women who are set to raise the roof at the Hostry Festival this autumn.  

Early booking recommended.  

“Although we’re all from different parts of Africa, when we sing North, South, East & West come together. We are ambassadors for our culture and this is a unique choir for Norfolk.”  EUNICE KOKRASSET, Choir Ambassador & Chair of Norfolk Black History Month 

End Time: 11:00 pm (approx)

THE AFRICAN CHOIR OF NORFOLK

MUSIC
End Time: 11:00 pm (approx)

How to book:

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

“In our 2nd annual festival gala concert we will continue our 5 year journey through the African plains, across her 54 countries, sharing our next set of iconic songs with you. Expect movement, drumming, dancing, theatre, ululation, new hand-made costumes, and lots of audience participation. This is where Imbude singing made famous by groups such as Lady Smith Black Mambazo and Black Umfolosi meets Yoruba women’s choir. The African Choir of Norfolk is one of the best things I’ve done in my career. We cannot wait to welcome you all.”  – ANNA MUDEKA, Artistic Director & Choir Leader 

Within its first year the choir has performed at fundraising events, in schools, at weddings, and they were invited by Her Majesty the Queen’s representatives to perform at the Big Sing: A Royal Salute at the Norfolk Show. And, they appeared outside City Hall, as part of a celebration of choirs from across the Commonwealth. We couldn’t be prouder to have initiated this project, and we are so pleased for this remarkable set of women who are set to raise the roof at the Hostry Festival this autumn.  

Early booking recommended.  

“Although we’re all from different parts of Africa, when we sing North, South, East & West come together. We are ambassadors for our culture and this is a unique choir for Norfolk.”  EUNICE KOKRASSET, Choir Ambassador & Chair of Norfolk Black History Month