Divertimento String Quartet promoter, and cellist, Vicky Evans writes: ‘Dear Friends, as we arrive at the last few short days of the year, we thought you might like to look ahead to the New Year and join us for our next series of concerts, the first one being only just over a month away! This is our Spring 2018 programme’:
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.
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.
A run down of the Early Music events throughout the South West Continue reading Early Music in the South West
The Divertimento String Quartet, based in Totnes, have an exciting new programme in October, with five different performances on their tour.
Orchestral concerts often include one concerto, but two are unusual, unless you’re talking shorter works from the Baroque. Three is virtually unheard of unless you happen to be Torbay Symphony Orchestra (TSO), who not only played the first three Beethoven Piano Concertos on one night, but followed this with the Fourth and Fifth the next day.
Verity Newman and Jan O’Highway cast an eye on what they say is the beauty existing in death and the vanity and folly of our precarious existence in an exhibition timed to celebrate Halloween, All Saints and Sanheim, apparently when the veil between the worlds is thin.
Photocubist Ben Yates has created a new Dark Arts exhibition for Totnes, Devon.
Totnes based Matthew & Me leave their South Devon home this summer to embark on a tour of Cornwall.
It’s Totnes and Dartington Open Studios time, where around 30 artists show their work display their work around the town.
The winter exhibition at White Space Art, Totnes begins on Saturday, November 19.
Pop_up, the creative arts evening of networking and sharing ideas is in Exeter on Thursday, November 10.
Pop_up rolls back into Totnes after a summer recess on Thursday, October 6.
Totnes-based artist Louise Dear has given the new Alfa Romeo MiTo a brand new paint job.
Jan O’Highway is joining the 27 artists in 24 venues for the 12 year of Totnes and Dartington’s Open Studios.
The Pop_up creative networking event has spread into Taunton from Totnes – and there are events coming up at both venues in the coming weeks.
A new line-up of Performing Arts Summer Sessions is coming to Exeter and the South West in August, providing fun creative opportunities for young people and banishing summer boredom. Five-day sessions are held at Exeter University and Blandford in Dorset for students over 11 years of age, while younger children aged eight to 12 years will enjoy a selection of three-day sessions in Totnes, Devon.
The Dartington Hall Trust has announced its summer season of performing arts events, featuring music, theatre, dance, contemporary performance and poetry.
Pop_up is an experiment in building a community around creative practice and social media, and doing it on no budget, which meets each month at the Barrel House Totnes. We caught up with regular attendee Phil Rees of Deface
The Encounters ‘creative dialogue’ project at Dartington is taking its shop of ideas on the road this month, with a series of visits to public places in and around Totnes and Dartington.
Dyslexic artist and campaigner Mike Juggins is exhibiting at the Birdwood House Gallery, Totnes again as a last-minute replacement following the success of his show earlier in the year.