Plymouth Philharmonic Choir performs what some consider the epitome of Western civilization, Bach’s St Matthew Passion
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You would think that Plymouth Philharmonic Choir and Plymouth Symphony Orchestra would have performed together before, but no! This is a one-off
The Plymouth Philharmonic Choir and The Orchestra Of The Band Of Her Majesty’s Royal Marines, Plymouth, will be performing together again on Sunday 18 March 2018 in Plymouth Guildhall at 7:30pm.
Plymouth Philharmonic Choir, orchestra and seven soloists did a superb job in bringing Monteverdi’s epic and challenging Vespers to life. Philip R Buttall reviews
Plymouth Philharmonic Choir will be joined by an impressive line-up as they take on Monteverdi’s Vespers at Plymouth Guildhall
The singers and orchestra were in top form as Plymouth Philharmonic Choir performed at Plymouth Guildhall on the 1st Sunday of Advent. Philip R Buttall reviews
The Plymouth Philharmonic Choir has a lighter programme for it’s summer concert. Philip R Buttall reviews
Plymouth Philharmonic Choir’s performance of Mendelssohn’s Elijah was a superlative performance. Philip R Buttall reviews
The London Mozart Players are fantastic and coming to Plymouth. Philip R Buttall spoke to Bob Taub about a musical resurgence in the city
Torbay Symphony Orchestra will be taking audiences on a journey through the Romantic era with a weekend of concerts at KEVICC
A run down of the Early Music events throughout the South West
Make notes in your diary for the latest early music events in Devon in the run-up to the new year from Totnes-based early-music aficionado Jasper Solomon
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra has announced its 2018/19 season, its tenth with Kirill Karabits as Chief Conductor, with over 150 performances in Poole, Bournemouth, Exeter, Bristol, Portsmouth, Cheltenham and other towns and cities across the South and South West.