Musicians from across the Fens and Ely will be performing with The Norfolk Symphony Orchestra for its final concert of the season this month.  

The concert is taking place at St Nicholas' Chapel, in King’s Lynn, on June 23, 2024, from 3:30pm.  

Tickets are £16 and available from the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange, its website or by calling 01553 764864. 

The orchestra also gives away 100 free tickets to under 18s throughout the season.   

This final concert will again be conducted by Music Director, Steve Bingham. 

The programme features Overture to Parsifal, with its shimmering strings, grandeur of the brass, and its ability to draw the listener into a world of spiritual quest and redemption.     

Chaminade’s charming Flute Concertino will feature in the performance showcasing both the delicate beauty and agility of the flute.    

In contrast, the monumental Symphony in C Minor ‘Organ’ by Camille Saint-Saëns unites orchestra and organ to create a powerful and majestic experience. 

Saint-Saëns’ masterful composition explores a range of moods, and reaches its peak with the awe-inspiring finale.    

After June 23, The Norfolk Symphony Orchestra’s concerts will recommence in November 2024.