The much renowned Ensemble Moliere, who formed at a Dartington Summer School, will be performing in Totnes as the last of a series six concerts from the Totnes Early Music Society
South West Philharmonia will be in Saltash for their Sounds of Spring presented by the Sue Hooper Charitable Foundation.
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra will be joined by more than 200 students at the Riviera International Centre, Torquay for The Torbay Symphony for All, commissioned by Torbay Music Hub
The Totnes-based Divertimento Flute and String Quartet will be in Plymouth for Jeanie Moore’s 25th International Concert Series 2018
The Torbay Symphony for All sees over 200 students join members of the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra for a massed ensemble celebration of music at the Riviera International Centre, Torquay
For their spring concert Dartington Community Choir has turned to Carl Orff’s oratorio Carmina Burana. It’s taking place in the Great Hall, Dartingon. Find out more
The Newton Abbot and District Society of Arts (NADSA) next concert in their series features star pianist on an upward trajectory Clare Hammond
The East Cornwall Bach Choir will be having their annual singing workshop day on March 3 in Liskeard, where they will be singing ‘The Armed Man – a Mass for Peace’ by Welsh musician Karl Jenkins. Read on for details of how to take part
The Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra aimed to unite people through the power of music when they performed a concert at Buckingham Palace for their Royal Patron, Princess Alexandra
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra are coming to Plymouth with their Cello Eulogy Concert, conducted by Christoph König and taking place at Plymouth Guildhall
The BSO’s Grand Piano Appeal raised money to obtain a brand new hand-picked Steinway Model D’ Concert Grand Piano. Read about the fascinating selection process and the plans for this instrument
Arcadia String Quartet is quickly becoming one of the most exciting string quartets of their generation, with a bagful of awards to prove it. They will be in Devon as part of the prestigious NADSA concert series in Newton Abbot
Lucy Hale has been named as the BSO Change Makers Young Composer-in-Association, to work with James Rose in helping to develop repertoire for the new BSO ensemble.
James Feddeck leads Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and acclaimed cellist Daniel Müller-Schott Exeter Cathedral for its Notes of Nostalgia concert
Totnes-based quartet Divertimento are going on tour around Devon in the next few weeks. Check out the dates and catch them to enjoy their quality performances and the informal approach and the way they share their thoughts and ideas about the music they are playing