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.
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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.
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Tuesday 2 January 2018
Great Hall, Exeter
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra under its Young Conductor-in-Association, Victor Aviat, will perform works by the ‘Waltz King’, Johann Strauss at the Great Hall, Exeter on Tuesday 2 January, 3pm. Joining them to welcome in the New Year will be the Welsh born Soprano Rhian Lois.
Continue reading Join Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra in Exeter to celebrate the New Year with some sparkling Strauss waltzes, marches and polkas
Wednesday 21 & Friday 23 February 2018
Exeter University Great Hall, and Plymouth Guildhall
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, under guest conductor Christoph König, will perform ‘Elgar’s Cello Eulogy’ at Exeter University Great Hall, and Plymouth Guildhall on Wednesday 21 and Friday 23 February 2018 respectively, both performances starting at 7.30pm. Christoph König is a conductor of deep intelligence and musicality who is widely admired for his sensitivity, clarity and elegant interpretations.
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Wednesday 20 December at 7.30pm
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, together with popular guest-conductor Pete Harrison, will present an evening of seasonal classics and hits from shows at the Great Hall, Exeter on Wednesday 20 December at 7.30pm. Joining them from the London stages will be talented singers Annie Skates and James Spilling for a Christmas concert with a distinct Broadway flavour.
Continue reading Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra’s ‘Last Night of the Christmas Proms’ to get festivities in full swing at the Great Hall Exeter
Thursday 1 February 2018 at the University of Exeter Great Hall at 7.30pm
On Thursday 1 February, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, under its chief conductor Kirill Karabits, will return to Exeter’s Great Hall. 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.
Continue reading Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra’s Monumental Brahms concert comes to Exeter
Friday 26 January 2018 – University of Exeter Great Hall ay 7.30pm
On Friday 26 January 2018, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, under guest conductor Mikhail Tatarnikov, will perform a concert filled with triumph and passion.
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On Thursday 7 December, the Great Hall, Exeter will once again host Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, led by guest conductor Vassily Sinaisky and joined by the award-winning concert pianist Kirill Gerstein, whom the New York Times describes as “one of the most respected pianists of his generation”. ‘An Artist’s Reply’ includes three compositions from Russian composers, each a response to a personal threat.
Continue reading Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra in Exeter with An Artist’s Reply – Russian response to criticism
This September, Exeter’s leading independent Contemporary Arts exhibition centre, Exeter Phoenix, will present a significant showcase exhibition of emerging and established contemporary visual artists from across the UK and beyond.
Continue reading ‘It’s all about having conversations and making connections’: Artists announced for Exeter Contemporary Open 2017
Following last year’s devastating fire in Exeter, Castle Fine Art gallery is rising again with a pop-up gallery on Roman Walk. Set to open its doors to the public once more, this Saturday (March 11) is full of anticipation and excitement as the return of Castle Fine Art to the city draws nearer.
Continue reading Exeter’s Castle Fine Art opens pop-up space to rise from flames
Hailed as the UK’s most popular and successful choreographer/ director, Matthew Bourne will bring his critically acclaimed Early Adventures to the Exeter Northcott in February.
Continue reading Matthew Bourne’s Early Adventures at Exeter’s Northcott Theatre
Brazillian artist Bianca Bertalot is taking her new show Cinco Coisas, a solo clown show inspired by the five basic developmental needs of a child – Place, Nurturing, Support, Protection and Limitation, on a South West tour.
Continue reading Human vulnerability highlight in clown form in Bianca Bertalot’s Cinco Coisas
Art Week Exeter (AWE) is an exciting new arts event in the city, sharing work from international and homegrown artists, grassroots initiatives, cutting edge collectives, and brand new ventures.
Continue reading Explosion of Exeter arts in Art Week Exeter
A series of striking paintings from cultural icon Bob Dylan have been released as signed limited edition graphics by the UK’s leading fine art publisher, Washington Green.
Continue reading Demand for Dylan’s art sees Exeter’s Castle Fine Art release new works
The Exeter Spacex is celebrating closure and reflecting on 40 year of Spacex success in the city, and it all takes place on April 2.
Continue reading Celebrating bees and 40 years of Spacex success
Lead by experts from the University of Exeter, the latest technology will be applied to RAMM’s collections to reveal where the city’s food and ceramics came from during 1st to the 16th centuries. The four-year study will show the extent of trading networks throughout the period and Exeter’s changing role within the region.
Continue reading Secrets from Exeter’s hidden past will be uncovered in a major new archaeology project
India Dance South West was launched in 2015 and now Vibha Selvaratnam is presenting the UK premiere of her new work Nayika (Heroine) at the Exeter Phoenix on Tuesday, March 22 2016.
Continue reading Joys and pains of love: heroines and lovers relationships explored in traditional Indian dance
The Spacex, in partnership with the Exeter Phoenix and the Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Exeter, presents The Weight of the World, a solo exhibition by Irish artist Sean Lynch featuring three new video commissions and the UK premiere of the projected video element of Adventure: Capital, that represented Ireland at the Venice Biennale 2015.
Continue reading The Weight of the World in Exeter: Sean Lynch exhibition spans the Phoenix and the RAMM
Exeter collector Heather Coleman has turned her passion for old clay tobacco pipes into a business and now supplies crafted clay pipes worldwide for television, film and theatre.
Continue reading The rare luxury of dream pipes: Heather Coleman’s collection at Exeter RAMM