Trianon Music Group

Symphony Orchestra & Choir

Ipswich, Suffolk, UK

Next Concert - 15th November 2014 
Kirton Church
Tickets £6  ‘phone 01394 448780

Below: Another successful Trianon  Event - held in association with Ipswich Arts Association

Come and Sing with John Rutter CBE - Saturday 6 September 2014
Images courtesy of Geoff Rogers, Ideas into Print

Trianon Music Group, Ipswich, Suffolk, UK no.276715   Founded in Ipswich during 1959

A member of Ipswich Arts Association; Affiliated to: Anglia Singers, Essex; Crescendo, France;  L’Esperance, The Netherlands

President: John Rutter CBE         Artistic Director and Conductor: Emeritus Professor Christopher Green OBE

Chairman: Simon Fisher             Vice Chair: Nigel King

Diary Dates 2014

15 November Trianon in the Community concert

St Mary and St Martin Church, Kirton more

18 November Mngmt Cttee Mtg

11 December Ipswich Arts Association Lunchtime Concert Museum street Methodist Church, Ipswich more

Looking ahead to 2015 Concert dates

10 Jan  Corn Exchange
18 April St John the Baptist Church, Cauldwell Hall Rd

12 Sept Corn Exchange

Community Concerts

14 February - Framlingham
9 May - Ipswich

3 October - Chelmondiston

14 November - Mendlesham

17 Sept 2016 Snape Maltings Concert Hall

Many more Trianon Photos available at our flickr photo stream - Click here
Notes of appreciation from participants after the John Rutter event.  Click hereJohn_Rutter_Workshop.htmlJohn_Rutter_Workshop.htmlJohn_Rutter_Workshop.htmlshapeimage_3_link_0shapeimage_3_link_1shapeimage_3_link_2

Trianon Music Group’s fabulous 2015 season has been announced.

Full details are available within the 2015 concert season brochure


from a wide range of outlets including: Ipswich Tourist Information Centre, Ipswich Corn Exchange or email

Also available to view on-line click here

PREMIERED in Little Horkesley on 18th October, don’t miss this second opportunity to enjoy the winning entry of Trianon's 2013 Composers' Competition -
Holy Mr Herbert - a setting by Anita Grimwood of a poem by RONALD BLYTHE (famed for 'Akenfield' and also for working at Snape with Britten & Pears).   More..