Scintillating, charming and exhilarating, Divertimento Piano Trio presents a veritable musical feast for the chamber music lovers in their summer concerts
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The Dante Summer Festival is bringing music to life at venues throughout Devon and Cornwall
Ivybridge Community Orchestra are an enthusiastic ensemble of retired and semi-retired people who share the joy of playing. They present Music for Midsummer
Lunchtime Recitals at the Minster Church of St Andrew in Plymouth are informal opportunities to share the joy of music in your lunch hour. Here’s what to expect
It’s really inclusive and joyous, says Serafina Steer on the Dartington International Summer School, not for elite musicians at all. We talk to her about her experience there, as well as mischief and holding on to fear
The Dartington Summer School & Festival has a host of individual courses on offer ‘providing a unique and immersive experience for musicians of all levels of learning, talent and skill’. Check them out and see how many toes and feet you can dip in. Or maybe you’d prefer full immersion
With his usual programming ingenuity, conductor Simon Capet prosided over an evening or drive, enthusiasm, and sheer musicality as Dartington Community Choir presented Carmina Burana with Quartet 19 at the Great Hall, Dartington. Philip R Buttall reviews
It’s fitting for a Totnes Early Music Society that punches well about it’s weight that Ensemble Moliere, formed initially by participants at the Dartington International Summer School, close the season on such a high. Philip R Buttall reviews
An ear-opening and history tweeking concert will explore the sacred music by composers of the 15th and 17th centuries who have some association with Devon. It is presented by early-music choir Voces and takes place at Buckfast Abbey. Take a look at what’s instore
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 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
The unseen battle between bacteria and antibiotics will be played out through a new composition during the 12th annual Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival, being held at the University of Plymouth in March 2018.
A new work by Devon composer Philip Arkwright, Master of the Music at Buckfast Abbey, called Shoah will be performed with the choirs Brent Singers (of South Brent) and the choir of Cullompton Community College to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day 2018 in Exeter
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.