Live classical music concerts set to return to city

PUBLISHED: 06:46 22 September 2020 | UPDATED: 12:19 22 September 2020

The Assembly House on Theatre Street in Norwich. Picture: Ella Wilkinson

The Assembly House on Theatre Street in Norwich. Picture: Ella Wilkinson


Live classical music concerts are set for a comeback in Norwich.

The lunchtime classical music concert series at the Assembly House on Theatre Street will return on Thursday - and there are a limited number of tickets still available

The programme, which had been put on hold due to coronavirus, takes place monthly.

Roger Rower, programme organiser, said: “It has been sad enough for live-music enthusiasts but it has been even worse for musicians whose livelihood came to an abrupt end in March. I know of no other part of society where individuals want to give to other people in a way which is more important than material benefits.

“Musicians are the generous souls of our society, I feel, and I’m very pleased to say that it is the Assembly House which is leading the way in bringing live classical music back to the city.”

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