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
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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.
Inclusivity is the word with the Exeter Community Family Orchestra, organised by the BSO and Exeter Uni – any age, any skill-level – just turn up and play ‘to share the joy of creative, collaborative music-making in a fun, relaxed environment’!
Class of 1685 Friday January 19 at 7.30pm at the United Free Church, Totnes That professional musicians travel widely to support their careers is not new: Scarlatti and Handel whose music features in an upcoming concert organised by the Totnes Early Music Society (TEMS) both worked outside their native country. But on this occasion, the […]
With Anne Kimber at the helm Plymouth Symphony Orchestra impressed again and soloist Alexander Ullman’s performance was ‘as good as you’re ever likely to hear. Fitting for Saint Cecilia’s Day. Philip R Buttall reviews
Organist Richard Line starts a new series of lunchtime music events at Sherwell United Church, Plymouth, with proceeds going to Plymouth Foodbank
Philip R Buttall’s review of ‘the county’s musical jewel in the crown’ Devon Baroque at the Great Hall, Dartington on Sunday, October 29
The BSO will be at Exeter Great Hall with some of the most beautiful classical music ever written, led by Young Conductor in Association, Victor Aviat
Touching on a dizzying array of issues, Decoding Life is the theme of the 2018 Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival