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
Friday December 1 in the United Free Church, Totnes, at 7.30pm
While Christopher Columbus was off exploring the New World, a fascinating project was unfolding in Spain. Over a period of decades, a collection of songs from across the newly united country was taking shape.
Continue reading Rosafresca with Hayley Guest – Songs Christopher Columbus might have heard
Totnes Early Music Society has teamed up with the Royal College of Music to bring their best students and former students to perform in Totnes as part of the TEMS annual concert series.
Continue reading Katie Cowling comes home with Convivio as part of Totnes Early Music Society concert series
A run down of the Early Music events throughout the South West Continue reading Early Music in the South West
In a programme which ranges from early Medieval dance music to elegant baroque music for the royal courts of Europe, the new season of six concerts from the Totnes Early Music Society (TEMS) features its usual mix of musical styles, sounds and instruments, strange and familiar. This year’s programme has some outstanding young performers, who organisers say are destined for the top.
Continue reading Young Performers star in new early music society season
There couldn’t have been a better way to finish the current season of the Totnes Early Music Society series, than this delightful recital by Concentus VII.
Continue reading Ideal end to Totnes Early Music Society season with delightful recital by Concentus VII