Honiton Festival’s second Opera Gala evening features soloists from English Touring Opera
Wren Music’s Feet First for Families aims to introduce children and young people across Devon to folk dance in all its forms
Neil Rose’s Residuum, an all out flight of fantasy that combines existing parapsychological research, spiritualism, TV Media’s obsession with the ghost hunt, folk lore and sound, is at the Viewpoint Gallery at Plymouth Art College
Dartington’s Great Hall will be the stage for soprano Julia Doyle’s Renaissance concert. She’ll perform a varied programme of 16th and 17th century music by some of Europe’s pre-eminent composers, including England’s William Byrd, Henry Purcell and John Dowland and Italy’s Giacomo Carissimi
The Honiton Festival begins its winter lunchtime programme with the duo of Vlad Maistorovici and Dario Bonuccelli performing a programme of Mendelssohn, Schubert and Paganin
Neil Rose’s album Wilbour Whatley / Psychompomps is inspired by the writing of HP Lovecraft, and damn, if it doesn’t just make you wanna dance!