Felixstowe Radio Interviews Chris Green

Listen to Laura Locke of Felixstowe Radio interview Chris Green on his background and Trianon’s next two concerts at St John’s Church Cauldwell Hall Road Ipswich on Saturday 27th April, and Harvest House Felixstowe on 18th May.

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Community Concert Raises over £750 for St Margaret’s Church, Ipswich

On Saturday 10th Feb a small group of string players from the Trianon orchestra played a Community Charity Concert at St Margeret’s Church Ipswich. The concert attracted an audience of well over a100, with music performed by a group of 17 players including the gifted 14-year-old Kea Emina who played two guitar solos. A retiring collection in aid of the

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Chris Awarded Major Honour

Photo – Debbie Wiseman at Trianon Concert in 2009 Lady Hilary Groves Prize 2023 Our Artistic Director, Chris Green, was delighted to be shortlisted for the Lady Hilary Groves Prize 2023, awarded by Making Music as part of their annual music awards which celebrate the achievements of the membership of 4,000 leisure-time music groups. The prize is given to someone

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Trianon Launches Scholarship For School Age Students

One of the prime objectives of Trianon is to introduce and support young players and singers in their musical education and offer the experience of joining our symphony orchestra or choir to perform a wide variety of music at some cracking venues. For many years Trianon has operated a bursary scheme that offers financial awards to help members of any

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A Wind Dectet!

A massive thank you to Roger and all those involved in this fantastic recording of the Masque et Bergamasque Overture. Bravo to you all.

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Ipswich Society talk – Brightwen Binyon

On Wednesday 10th March at 7pm the Ipswich Society will be hosting a Zoom talk by Swindon Conservation Architect Michael Grey, and have kindly extended an invitation to members of Ipswich Arts Association. The subject of the talk will be Brightwen Binyon, the designer of Ipswich Corn Exchange and a number of other significant local buildings. 20 places have been

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