As with any amateur organisation, fundraising is an integral part of
Norwich Philharmonic life. Not only does it make an invaluable contribution
towards Philharmonic music-making, but it is a great way for Philharmonic
members to get together socially. Details of upcoming and past events are below. If you have any more fundraising ideas, please contact
Norwich School Refectory,
7:30pm 29th January 2016
£7+food, 8 in a team, BYO cutlery condiments drinks and glasses. Contact for details
|175th Anniversary Lunch, |
1st March 2016,
Contact for more information
| Celebration Ball
Sat 16th April 2016, 6:45 for 7:30pm dinner. Dancing to The Fuzz, Black Tie, £48.50
Contact for tickets.
|The Phil Chorus, conducted by David Dunnett, supported the|
Come and Sing Mozart Requiem
on 31 October 2015 in Norwich Cathedral, helping to raise
for Priscilla Bacon Lodge and Hospice Ethiopia
| ... we raised a fantastic |
for Society funds.
Well done to all who helped and supported
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|At our 2014 Christmas Concert , we collected £854.41 for the Nelson's Journey charity. |
Thank you to everyone who supported this valuable cause.
Quiz and Chips 2014 ...... raised £1,125 for Society funds. Special thanks to Steph and Paul Allen for the Questions, and to Josie, Nicky, Sally and everyone else who worked so hard to make it such a great night.
|Patrick and Carmella Furniss' team, scooped wins of both the Quiz and the Choir/Orchestra competition this year at the Philharmonic Quiz and Chips 2014.|
|Support at our 2103 Christmas Concert for the Teenage Cancer Trust was amazing. We were able to present the Trust with a cheque for £1,342.08, thanks to contributions on the night from audience and Society members.|
The Phil Annual Quiz 2013Our Quiz and Chips was a great success, raising over £900 for Society funds.
|Well done to Mike Beames' choir team who won the Choir/Orchestra competition at the 2013 Quiz.|
|A good time was had by all at our Spring Ball at the Assembly House in April. With an excellent meal, and dancing to The O'Fenders, tickets and other fundraisers at the event brought in a total of £500 for Society Funds. |
Thanks to everyone who helped, and in particular, Sally West-Lindell.
|A total of £452.50 was raised for the Norfolk County Youth Orchestra at our Christmas Concert 2012. |
|The Norwich Philharmonic Society Spring Ball was held at at Dunston Hall on 9th April 2011, to celebrate the 170th season of the Norwich Philharmonic Society, was a great success raising over £600.|
|At our Christmas concert 2011, we had a collection for the Help for Heroes charity. |
Contributions over the evening totalled £1,263. A fantastic achievement! Well done to all who helped.
Our 123 Come and Sing! event in October 2011 raised over £200The Norwich Phil Chorus recently held a 123sing fundraising event in St.Peter Mancroft Church
The money raised will go to the Classic FM Foundation, which raises thousands of pounds for music therapy for sick and disabled children - a really valuable cause.
See EDP and EEN
online news articles.
At our 2009 Christmas Concert we collected £655.93 by taking part in the BBC's 'Sing Hallelujah' project to raise money for Children in Need.
Sing Hallelujah encouraged people across the UK to find their voices and discover the joy of singing. The BBC wanted to get thousands of people singing Handel's famous Hallelujah Chorus as a celebration of one of the most popular choral pieces in the world... and we were part of it!!!