Aldeburgh Music Club

Aldeburgh Music Club was founded in 1952 by Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears, and has evolved over the years into one of East Anglia’s leading choral societies with approximately 100 members and 120 patrons. The choir rehearses on Tuesday evenings from September to May. We always welcome new singers. Our purpose is to share the enjoyment of making music to the highest possible standard. The Club organises three major concerts a year in which we are joined by professional soloists and orchestras, and is a regular visitor to Snape Maltings Concert Hall.

Our repertoire includes a broad portfolio of oratorio and religious music, opera, contemporary and commissioned works.


Type
Vocal

Sub-type
Choral Society

Size
90+ members

Repertoire
Main: Classical
Other: Modern/contemporary classical, Opera

Aldeburgh Music Club was founded in 1952 by Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears, and has evolved over the years into one of East Anglia’s leading choral societies with approximately 100 members and 120 patrons. The choir rehearses on Tuesday evenings from September to May. We always welcome new singers. Our purpose is to share the enjoyment of making music to the highest possible standard. The Club organises three major concerts a year in which we are joined by professional soloists and orchestras, and is a regular visitor to Snape Maltings Concert Hall.

Our repertoire includes a broad portfolio of oratorio and religious music, opera, contemporary and commissioned works.


Type
Vocal

Sub-type
Choral Society

Size
90+ members

Repertoire
Main: Classical
Other: Modern/contemporary classical, Opera
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