The Honiton Festival kicks off on Thursday, May 5 and has another top class line up as it brings the best of new and established talents in classical music to the South West.
The festival opens with of music’s one of Britain’s favourer counter tenors James Bowman in the setting of St Michael’s, Cotleigh.
This is followed by a concert of clarinet music by Julian Bliss and The Cavalieri Quartet in St Paul’s on Friday, May 6.
Ben Baker and Naufal Mukumi will give the only lunchtime concert of the season, featuring violin and piano on Friday, May 13 at St Paul’s and then, in a change of venue, the mini festival closes on Saturday, May 14 with Crispian Steele-Perkins and The Handel Players at Ottery St Mary Parish Church.
To find out more about the performances, venue and festival, and how to get tickets pop along to the Honiton Festival site.
(image: The Cavalieri Quartet)
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