Pakefield Singers Together in Harmony
Pakefield Singers – Together in Harmony
Here’s the GOOD NEWS we can’t wait to share:
2020 was a year like no other for everyone, including Pakefield Singers, but we can look back with satisfaction at what we have achieved and forward with optimism that we will be inviting you to a concert in the not-too-distant future.
During the nine months of Covid lockdowns and restrictions the choir has continued to meet regularly, either online or in person. We made two Lockdown videos (watch via the links below) which raised money for our local hospital, sang together at two Beach Picnics in the summer and at outdoor rehearsals on three glorious afternoons in September. We resumed modified indoor rehearsals in October and members of the choir also featured in the Lowestoft First Light Festival’s celebration of the Winter Solstice. (Click the link to watch the performance).
2020 was not quite the year we had planned and unfortunately 2021 didn’t start well and we were back to rehearsing via Zoom. We are now able to rehearse again but with strict measures in place to reduce the risks and are excited to be able to share our music with you once again.
We look forward to welcoming you to this outdoor concert and later in the year when we perform Mozart’s Requiem in St Margaret’s Church, Lowestoft on November 13th.
Pakefield Singers is an amateur choir based in Pakefield near Lowestoft, Suffolk. We are a unique choir with an extensive and varied repertoire and performance history, spanning all types of music
We rehearse at Pakefield Church on Wednesday evenings throughout the year, with a short summer break, and perform up to five concerts a year across the region, both by ourselves and in conjunction with soloists, other choirs and orchestras.
Vivaldi – Gloria Schubert – Mass in G Major
Pakefield Singers – Conducted by Vetta Wise
Pakefield Players – leader Jim O’Toole
Jonathan Palman – Organ
Frank Cliff reviews Pakefield Singers performance at St Margaret’s Church, in Lowestoft on October 19th.
“excellent solos from the sopranos and altos”
Read here what else this critic said about our latest concert.
Here is the final chorus from Beethoven’s “Mount of Olives”
recorded by Paul Johnson
at The Palm Sunday Concert on Sunday 14th April 2019
You can hear more extracts from previous performances at:
If you would like to join the choir please email Judith firstname.lastname@example.org
You can find out more about our history, performances and our extensive and varied repertoire within the pages of this site.