Sunday April 15 in The Duke of Cornwall Hotel, Plymouth, at 3pm
The next recital in Jeanie Moore’s 25th International Concert Series 2018 takes place in the ballroom of The Duke of Cornwall Hotel, Plymouth on the afternoon of Sunday April 15, at 3pm.
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Wednesday, March 28 in the Riviera International Centre, Torquay, at 6pm
On Wednesday 28 March, over 200 students will join members of the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra for a massed ensemble celebration of music at the Riviera International Centre, Torquay.
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Sunday May 6 in the Great Hall, Dartington, at 7.30pm
Dartington Community Choir’s performance of Mendelssohn’s Elijah in December met with critical acclaim and the choir will seek to build further on this success in its next concert in May.
Continue reading Dartington Community Choir Spring Concert 2018 – Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana
Friday March 16 at Courtenay Centre, Newton Abbot at 7.30pm
NADSA’s next concert in the series features pianist Clare Hammon
Continue reading Rising star on upward trajectory, pianist Clare Hammond at Newton Abbot and District Society of Arts (NADSA)
Saturday March 3
Liskeard Methodist Church at 11am
East Cornwall Bach Choir (ECBC) Singing Day organiser Sharon Lambert writes: ‘East Cornwall Bach Choir is delighted to announce that the work for our annual singing workshop for 2018 will be ‘The Armed Man – a Mass for Peace’. We chose this piece (composed in 1999 by the Welsh musician Karl Jenkins, b.1944), to commemorate the millions who died in the World War I, which ended 100 years ago this year.
Continue reading East Cornwall Bach Choir Annual Singing Day explores ‘The Armed Man’ to commemorate those who died in WWI
On Monday 12 February, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra performed a concert at Buckingham Palace for their Royal Patron, Princess Alexandra.
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Plymouth Guildhall – Friday 23 February 2018 at 7.30pm
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, under guest conductor Christoph König, will perform ‘Elgar’s Cello Eulogy’ at Plymouth Guildhall on Friday 23 February 2018. Christoph König is a conductor of deep intelligence and musicality who is widely admired for his sensitivity, clarity and elegant interpretations.
Continue reading Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra brings its Cello Eulogy Concert to Plymouth
In February 2017, the BSO launched its 125th Grand Piano Appeal to raise funds to purchase a new Steinway Concert Grand Piano in time for the 125th Anniversary celebrations in May 2018.
Continue reading Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra debuts new Steinway Grand Piano
Sunday February 18 at the Courtenay Centre,
Newton Abbot, at 3pm
The next slot in the prestigious NADSA concert series will be taken by the Arcadia String Quartet on Sunday February 18 at 3pm in the Courtenay Centre, Newton Abbot.
Continue reading ‘One of the most exciting string quartets of their generation’ – Arcadia String Quartet in Devon for NADSA as part of European tour
The BSO is delighted to welcome Lucy Hale as the BSO Change Makers Young Composer-in-Association. BSO Change Makers officially launched in June 2017, when the Orchestra welcomed James Rose, a disabled conductor, as he started his new role in preparation for creating, developing and directing a new professional disabled-led ensemble.
Continue reading BSO Change Makers project announces appointment of its Young Composer-in-Association Lucy Hale
Thursday 26 April 2018 at 7.30pm
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, under guest conductor James Feddeck, will perform its ‘Notes of Nostalgia’ concert at Exeter Cathedral on Thursday 26 April.
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Director of Totnes-based Divertimento writes: We are about to embark on our quartet tour over the next few weeks and I and I am writing to remind you all of the dates and venues in the hope that you will be able to join us at one of them.
Continue reading Divertimento String Quartet concert tour in January and February
Exeter University’s Great Hall
Thursday 1 February 2018 at 7.30pm
On Thursday 1 February at 7.30pm, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, under its chief conductor Kirill Karabits, will return to Exeter University’s Great Hall for its ‘Monumental Brahms’ concert. Joining the BSO will be the award-winning concert-pianist Sunwook Kim, who will perform Brahms’ Piano Concerto No.1, alongside exploring the Ukrainian symphonic tradition with the 3rd Symphony of Boris Lyatoshinsky.
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Into the light
Buckfast Abbey, Saturday February 24 at 7.30pm
A concert at Buckfast Abbey will present some of the music written for Lent and Easter by Orlande de Lassus (1532-1594), a towering genius of 16th-century choral music. The concert, by early-music choir VOCES under the direction of Martyn Warren, will start at 7.30pm on Saturday 24 February.
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Mint Methodist Church, Exeter,
Sunday January 27 at 6pm
SHOAH, a Hebrew word meaning catastrophe or devastation, is the word used to describe the Holocaust when six million European Jews and millions of others were murdered by the Nazis during the Second World War.
Continue reading Holocaust Memorial Day commemorated with premiere of music by Devon composer
Friday 26 January 2018
Great Hall, University of Exeter at 7.30pm
On Friday 26 January 2018, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, under guest conductor Mikhail Tatarnikov, will perform a concert filled with triumph and passion. The programme features works by Khachaturian, Shostakovich and Tchaikovsky.
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Elizabeth-Jane Baldry – Harpist & Composer
Sunday February 18 in the Duke of Cornwall Hotel, Plymouth, at 3pm
Elizabeth-Jane Baldry presents a sparkling harp recital, taking her audience on an entertaining journey through the history of harp music.
Continue reading Sparkling harp recital from Elizabeth-Jane Baldry at the Duke of Cornwall Hotel, Plymouth
Beethoven, Ives and Brahms at The Great Hall, Exeter
Thursday 15 March 2018
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, under guest conductor Thierry Fischer, will perform a concert featuring works by Beethoven, Ives and Brahms at The Great Hall, Exeter on Thursday 15 March at 7.30pm.
Continue reading The BSO are ‘Finding Answers’ in Exeter
Various Dates in 2018
The BSO’s Community Family Orchestra will be coming to Exeter this year to deliver a series of workshops for all the family. The family orchestra has been designed to bring families of all shapes and sizes to share the joy of making music with each other.
Continue reading Musical fun for everyone with the BSO’s Exeter Community Family Orchestra
Class of 1685
Friday January 19 at 7.30pm at the United Free Church, Totnes
That professional musicians travel widely to support their careers is not new: Scarlatti and Handel whose music features in an upcoming concert organised by the Totnes Early Music Society (TEMS) both worked outside their native country. But on this occasion, the two performers who are performing in Class of 1685 on Friday 19th January have travelled particularly widely across the globe to pursue their vocation
Continue reading Widely travelled musician to visit Totnes for Totnes Early Music Society Class of 1685 concert
Sunday January 21, 2018 at 3pm – Courtenay Centre, Newton Abbot
Banish your winter blues by joining NADSA concerts in welcoming the Pomegranate Piano Trio in their first concert of 2018.
Continue reading Pomegranate Piano Trio takes next slot in the NADSA Concert Series