- Trianon Music Group present The Trianon Ipswich Prom
- Pauline Smith
TMG present The Trianon Ipswich Prom Trianon Choir and Sy… Read More
- IAA Lunchtime Lecture - EAST OF ENGLAND CO-OP: From Small Beginnings - Christian Bone
- Paul Smith
IAA Lunchtime Lecture Part of the IAA Town Lectures and Con… Read More
- IAA Lunchtime Concert - Four Voices
- Paul Smith
IAA Lunchtime Concert Part of the IAA Town Lectures and Con… Read More
- Ipswich Arts Association - AGM and Quiz
- Paul Smith
Ipswich Arts Association AGM. Meeting to be followed by I… Read More
- Felixstowe Musical Theatre - Dick Whittington And His Cat
- Paul Smith
Felixstowe Musical Theatre present Dick Whittington An… Read More
Ipswich Arts Association
Representing 50+ Arts Organisations in Suffolk
A welcome from Professor Chris Green – Chair IAA
Ipswich Arts Association has 50+ member organisations, which means that hundreds of
individuals are associated with its activities. In 2015 the Association is continuing a number of successful initiatives… click here to read full article
Town Lectures and Concerts 2015
The fifteenth series of these highly popular lectures and concerts is now underway.
The lectures present Ipswich, with its rich history and cultural background through the eyes of Suffolk-based speakers. Once again the series incorporates concert performances from local musicians which highlight music through the ages and in a variety of styles.
Next in series
Lecture – September 10
EAST OF ENGLAND CO-OP: FROM SMALL BEGINNINGS
From just a handful of small independents in the 1860s, the cooperative movement in the
region has changed and grown over the years, resulting in a business that is now
the region’s largest independent retailer.
Christian Bone, Head of Member & Community Services at East of England Co-op,
looks back at the Society’s formative years and outlines what makes
co-operatives different today and how they benefit local communities.
Full details of the 2015 series – Town Lectures & Concerts 2015
Is a concise newsletter published three times each year, working in conjunction with our website,
it highlights news and forthcoming events from Ipswich Arts Association and it’s members.
We welcome Roy Preston, who takes over as new permanent editor of the Newsletter, starting with the forthcoming edition. Roy has worked as an editor for numerous books and magazines
for many years and is also a keen amateur singer.
“A Peep Into the Past”…..
Free short tours daily of Christchurch Mansion, Ipswich,
by guides who
are Friends of Ipswich Museums.
Tues – Sat at 11 am, Sundays at 2 pm from 10 March – to the end of October.
(Not suitable for large groups) Full and group tours can be booked in advance by contacting
via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: 01473 433554.
Ipswich Music Day Sunday July 5th
Ipswich Arts Association would like to express their thanks to all the performers who kindly
gave their time to be part in the IAA classical stages at this years event. read more
IAA would like to thank MUSIC WORLD Ipswich for kind supply
of electric piano for use at the Wolsey Gallery venue.
Choir, Band, Orchestra, Solo Performer or Other?
Then why not think about participating next year!
IAA Lunchtime Concerts – 2016
We will be starting the process of getting together the programme of lunchtime concerts
for the 2016 season, after Easter this year. These popular monthly events provide
an opportunity for groups of local singers or instrumentalists, who may not always have
many opportunities to perform, to give a 45 minutes concert.
If you would like to suggest someone or be considered yourself,
please contact as soon as possible. By phone: Joy Bounds on 01473 250400
or via email: email@example.com