concerts & performances
"I enjoyed every minute of our rehearsals and
the performance and wouldn't have missed it for anything. It is hard
to explain to people how one person can get an eclectic mix of people
singing beautiful music in next to no time!"
Big Night Out Community Choir, Children in Need 2012
Saturday 4 March 7.30pm
St Peter's by the Waterfront
Ipswich IP1 1XF
2017 brings the sixth annual winter Singing Safari concert to Ipswich. We are delighted to be joined once again by the superb vocal harmony ensemble Scunsulata.
In January 2017 an intrepid bunch of singers will set off from Ipswich on an imaginary Singing Safari to collect songs from all over the world. Their journey ends in Ipswich in March where they will share the songs they've learnt at St. Peter's by the Waterfront.
Tickets available on the door: £6 (£3 under 16s).
You can buy tickets here and pay with a credit/debit card (you don't need a PayPal account – select "Check out as guest" when it comes to pay). Print off your receipt and bring it to the concert with you. If you prefer to pay by bank transfer or cheque then contact Chris for details.
Sharing the bill for the second time with Scunsulata, this promises to be an evening of singing to stir the soul, warm the heart, and revive the spirits on a cold winter's night.
This will be the sixth winter that the Singing Safari has performed in Ipswich, and each year we have sold out. Get your tickets now so you don't miss out!
You can see all eight songs from 2016's winter Singing Safari on our YouTube channel:
Saturday 1 April 7.30pm
St. Mary's Church
Woodbridge IP12 4LP
Our annual concert in Woodbridge sharing the bill once again with the women's acappella group Heartbeat from Halesworth.
Some tickets available on the door: £6 (£3 under 16s).
All proceeds to the charity WaterAid.
Formed in Woodbridge in January 2011 by Chris Rowbury, the 40-strong OK Chorale present an evening of warm soulful harmonies and exuberant rhythms with songs of passion and joy from across the globe.
Expect lush harmonies from around the world in a vibrant celebration of harmony singing with not an instrument or backing track in sight.
You can see all 11 songs from 2016's concert on our YouTube channel: