Pierre-Emmanuel Largeron & Lindsay Braga (violin), Andrew Gillett (viola), Jane Pirie (cello) at the Sherwell Centre, Plymouth University. Philip R Buttall reviews.
The House, Plymouth Uni, hosted a contemporary music festival. Philip R Buttall reviews.
Devon Baroque’s concert entitled Musiciens sans Frontières at the Great Hall, Dartington, took the packed audience on an enjoyable European tour. Philip R Buttall reviews
the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra make a welcome and much appreciated return to Plymouth Guidhall. Philip R Buttall reviews
The well-established tradition of the Ten Tors Orchestra & Choir at Tavistock Church marks the countdown to Christmas. Philip R Buttall reviews
The Dartington Community Choir’s Christmas Concert at Dartington’s Great Hall had a real freshness to some familiar music. Philip R Buttall reviews
Plymouth Philharmonic Choir’s performance of Mendelssohn’s Elijah was a superlative performance. Philip R Buttall reviews
The University of Plymouth Choral Society’s annual Christmas Concert at Minster Church of St Andrew, Plymouth, share their enjoyment and sets the scene for the impending seasonal festivities
Pierre-Emmanuel Largeron (violin), Jane Pirie (cello), and Daniel King Smith (piano) were at the Sherwell Centre, Plymouth University for the Nordic Waves performance. Philip R Buttall reviews
Violinist Leland Chen joined Ten Tors Orchestra for a performance at the Minster Church of St Andrew, Plymouth. Philip R Buttall reviews
Concert violinist Pierre Largeron is organising a series of maritime-themed music concerts at Plymouth University
The K’antu Ensemble’s programme of music from Spain and South America had a large audience responding to their music at St Mary’s Church, Totnes. Philip R Buttall reviews
Breath-taking playing, effective and fascinating repertoire plus super acoustics go to make Devon Baroques Great Hall performance on of their best. Philip R Buttall reviews
Superb concert by the Ten Tors String under conductor Simon Ible attested the skill of the players and power of the orchestra. Philip R Buttall reviews
Fun, funny, irreverent and saucy is just the way opera should be, the ENO breathe new life into Die Fledermaus