Walpole St Peter’s Church to host concert by Coro Stellante Choir

PUBLISHED: 09:56 14 September 2017 | UPDATED: 09:56 14 September 2017

Coro Stellante

Coro Stellante


Walpole St Peter’s Church is to host a concert by Coro Stellante Choir on Saturday October 7.

The ladies will sing music from across seven centuries in one of Norfolk’s most glorious churches from 6.30pm.

Coro Stellante was formed in 2010 to promote the vast collection of music that exists for female voices.

The ladies are all experienced singers, many of them members of well-known national choirs, and have been specially selected by the choir’s music-director to sing with Coro Stellante, the ‘Star-Studded Choir’, which meets a few times a year.

The choir members come from all over East Anglia, rehearsing in West Norfolk and performing in an ever-widening area.

Music director Michael Kibblewhite is known as one of the UK’s most inspirational choral directors and together with pianist John Byron and the captivating ladies voices, Coro Stellante is a choir not to be missed.

Tickets, £10 each, are available from www.wegottickets.comwalpolestpeterschurch, by phone from 01553 810116 (Amanda) or 01553 849988 (Michael), or on the door.


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