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The 2015 EDP Festival of Carols at St Andrew's Hall, Norwich. The Broadland Youth Choir.
PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY

Young people who enjoy singing are invited to join a well known Norfolk choir.

King Creosote at Norwich Open. Photo by Steve Hunt

You could argue it’s taken a while for the public at large to warm to Scottish singer-songwriter Kenny Anderson, aka King Creosote.

Country duo The Shires are to perform an open-air concert at Taverham Hall, near Norwich, in July.
They are the latest act announced for a weekend of music programmed by Norwich-based Outside Live.
Photo: CAA Artists.

Country duo The Shires are set to perform an open-air concert near Norwich in the the summer.

Popstar Belinda Carlisle is performing in Norwich on October 4 2017 as part of her latest tour. Image: supplied by VMS Live/MP Promotions.

Popstar Belinda Carlisle is heading to Norwich later this year as part of her latest tour.

Singer Ashanti performs during her appearance on NBC's

Noughties R&B favourite, Ashanti, will be heading to Norwich in March to put on a special concert at the Nick Rayns LCR.

Elbow will be performing in Thetford Forest in summer 2017 as part of the Forestry Commission's Forest Live concert series. Picture by Andrew Whitton

Alternative rockers Elbow are the latest act to announce a performance in Thetford Forest this summer.

The winners of the 2017 Norfolk Young Musician Competition - from left to right, Jonathan Jolly, Lucy Thalange, Murray Chapman, Michael Anning, Daniel Murphy. Photo: Jonathan Wortley.

Talented musicians took to the stage for the 2017 Norfolk Young Musician Competition.

The Voice Project is preparing to present its new vocal spectacle Between Stars at Norwich Cathedral.
Photo: Iain Lowery.

Norwich open access choir The Voice Project is putting the finishing touches to its latest vocal spectacle which is being performed this month.

Blur drummer Dave Rowntree visiting.Photo :Steve Adams

A member of one of the biggest bands in the world has been unveiled as the guest DJ at an exciting new 90s music night in Norwich.

Pop group Little Mix announce summer show at Newmarket Racecourses. Photo supplied by Chuff Media

The world’s biggest girl band will be returning to Newmarket Racecourses in June following a sold-out show at 2016’s Summer Saturday Live.

Billy Bragg & Joe Henry will relive their American railroad songbook at Norwich's Open. Picture: Supplied

Martha Wainwright, Sophie Ellis Bextor, Billy Bragg and jazz legend Dee Dee Bridgewater amongst the music artists heading our way this year.

David Holgate, jazz musician and stonemason, at Norwich Cathedral where he carved the two figures either side of the West door.
 Photo: Denise Bradley.

His work adorns Norwich Cathedral and many churches across the county, and later this month an exhibition will celebrate the life and work of master craftsman and teacher David Holgate.

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Roger Rowe of Norwich has been awarded an MBE 
picture by Adrian Judd
for EN

A champion of the city’s classical music scene is to step down from his role with Norfolk and Norwich Chamber Music at the end of the season.

Take That are coming to Norwich in June 2016. Photo: supplied by DawBell.

From pop superstars Take That heading to Carrow Road to Mamma Mia! taking to the stage at Norwich Theatre Royal, there is lots for audiences to look forward to in Norwich throughout 2017.

British Art Show 8 at Norwich Castle. Work by Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

From cutting edge art to Mary Poppins, our fine city enjoyed an array of cultural treats in 2016. Arts correspondent Emma Knights looks at some highlights.

Ed Sheeran announced new music on Twitter

Suffolk superstar Ed Sheeran his millions of fans an early New Year treat with a short video message announcing he will releasing new songs in the coming days.

Norwich Arts Centre new season. Pictured is Luke Wright's The Toll. Photo: Idil Sukan.

Audiences can look forward to a packed programme of music, theatre, comedy and more at Norwich Arts Centre in the New Year.

Norwich duo Rosa Walton and Jenny Hollingworth, aka Let’s Eat Grandma, have had quite a 12 months. Picture: Transgressive

Surprise, surprise it has been another busy year on the local music scene. Ears still ringing, here are just some highlights of what made a big noise in 2016.

13 August 2016. Mantra, Norwich. Photo: Luke Ashley Wendland Cass

It is nearly time to say goodbye to 2016 and welcome 2017 with open arms. If you don’t have any New Year’s Eve plans at the moment take a look at our guide to some of the parties happening in Norwich on the big night.

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