Saturday, 22 June

7.00 pm

Viva Voce Singers


Tallis, Victoria, Duruflé, Rutter, McGlade and others

Viva Voce Singers presents a varied programme including iconic choral works and music by some of today's most exciting choral composers.

Viva voce Singers is a small and friendly Norwich-based chamber choir of around 25 singers. The choir, directed by Jody James, has a reputation for high quality performances. They sing a varied repertoire from early church music to composers of the latter part of the 20th century.

Tickets available from Viva Voce website,


Saturday, 29 June

6.00 pm

Norfolk Chamber Ensemble

Zaira Palumbo, soprano and Jodie Wiggins, soprano

Pergolesi: Stabat Mater

and works by Handel, Vivaldi, Bach and more

Jodie Wiggins                                                                                Zaira Palumbo

Norfolk Chamber Ensemble are proud to present Pergolesi's Stabat Mater, performed alongside orchestral and vocal works by Handel, Vivaldi and Bach.  Performers include Zaira Palumbo (graduate) and Jodie Wiggins (student), of Trinity Laban Conservatoire and Dave Ballard as orchestral leader.

Tickets (£18, unallocated) from Wells Maltings Box Office, 01328 710885 (10am-4pm),


 Summer Concert Series

Saturday, 20 July

6.00 pm

Norwich Baroque

Directed by Jim O'Toole

Sarahjane Stephen, soprano

Purcell, Kapsberger, Schenk


 Marini, Castello, Biber, Schmelzer, Lawes, Purcell

Sarahjane Stephen

An all time favourite with Binham audiences, Norwich Baroque returns to start our new season.

Tickets (£20, allocated seating, available from 1st May) from:

Wells Maltings Box Office, 01328 710885 (10am-4pm),


Saturday, 24 August

6.00 pm

Xuefei Yang

 classical guitar


Music from the Orient and Latin America

Barrios, Sakamoto, Yang, Houghton, Jobim, Piazzolla, Merlin

A most welcome return to Binham from one of the world's finest gutarists.

Fei is one of the few guitarists whose artistry connects with audiences far beyond the guitar fraternity and her international success has led her to be invited to play with the world's leading orchestras.  She is a favourite of the critics, with the The New York Times applauding her for “feisty virtuosity, impeccable technique and sensitive musicianship”.

For this programme featuring music from the Orient and Latin America, Fei writes “In this era we often think of the world as connected. However two continents, Asia and South America are antipodes separated by the vast expanse of the Pacific Ocean. At the limits of safe travel with current technology, there are almost no direct commercial routes between them across the Pacific by sea or air. This concert bridges the geography and technology with music.  This program is very personal for me as oriental music is in my blood, and Latin music is in my heart”.

Tickets (£20, allocated seating, available from 1st May) from:

Wells Maltings Box Office, 01328 710885 (10am-4pm),


Saturday, 31 August

6.00 pm

Lumas Winds

Ibert, Silvestrini, Taffanel. Villa-Lobos, Gerhard, Piazzolla



Lumas Winds is a dynamic, young chamber ensemble based in London.  Winners of the 71st Royal Over-Seas Mixed Ensemble Prize in 2023, Lumas are committed ambassadors for wind chamber music and the rich variety of repertoire that it offers.  The group presents diverse and varied programmes, framing lesser known works alongside the classics and their concerts embrace verbal inroduction which illuminate the thinking behind their fresh and eclectic approach.  Lumas have performed at the Wigmore Hall and various music festivals around the country.

Tickets (£20, allocated seating, available from 1st May) from:

Wells Maltings Box Office, 01328 710885 (10am-4pm),


Saturday, 7 September

7.30 pm

Pavlo Beznosiuk, baroque violin

Paula Chateauneuf, theorbo

VIVA IL VIRTUOSA”, the violin in Italy, 1600-1750, a candlelit concert

 Marini, Pandolfi, Viviani, Lonati, Corelli, Vivaldi, Tartini

Italy, birthplace of the violin, saw an explosion of musical creativity in the 17th century with the invention of opera, cantata and oratorio and the novel forms of sonata and toccata. Inevitably the violin was caught up in these developments and violinist/composers sought to emulate the drama and contrast of these new forms using new techniques and expanding the vocabulary for the instrument. Tonight's programme celebrates this revolution and features the exciting and mercurial music of the foremost exponents of the era and will include solos for the now exotic, then ubiquitous, long-necked lute, the theorbo.

Tickets (£20, allocated seating, available from 1st May) from:

Wells Maltings Box Office, 01328 710885 (10am-4pm),



Summer Series -  Allocated Tickets (£20)

29th June Concert - Unallocated Tickets (£18)

Wells Maltings Box Office

01328 710885    (10am-4pm)

Available from 1st May


The Complete Night Out

Why not enhance your visit by booking afternoon tea at the Parlour or The Chequers Inn for an early or late evening meal.

When booking mention Binham Priory.

The Parlour:      Tel:  01328 830796

The Chequers:        Tel: 01328 830297