TEMS (Totnes Early Music Society) are promising a real corker with their Flauti d’Echo concert. What a way to welcome 2019!
Dartington Community Choir and Sinfonietta take on Christmas with Handel’s challenging Dixit Dominus to create new memories
Veronika Shoot gave a scintillating performance in Totnes. Philip R Buttall is eagerly awaiting her next CD Journey Through Childhood
Early Music in the South West is vibrant. Here’s a run down of the listings for the winter months, raging from Wells to Plymouth
Devon Baroque are joining with Welsh Camerata for their special Christmas concert at The Great Hall, Dartington
The Dartington Summer School & Festival has announced that Sara Mohr-Pietsch will become the new artistic director for the 2020 festival
Audience invited to be delegates at Summit on international disaster at Dartington Live in a new piece by Dartington alumni Andy Smith
The Dartington Community Choir Christmas Concert will feature mezzo-soprano Camilla Harris, with Simon Dunbavand on the organ and the Dartington Sinfonietta
Part verbatim theatre, part improv, part comedy sketch show, Still No Idea shows how sometimes no matter how hard we try, we still have absolutely no idea
A new retreat that asks how pop culture can change the conversation on migration kicks off on the Dartington Hall estate (17-19 October).
In the run up to Christmas Devon Baroque, the South Wests, leading baroque ensemble, has confirmed 3 concerts around Devon
The much-hailed Emily Askew Band are launching the new season for the Totnes Early Music Society with a performance of Alchemy in Totnes
Catch up with all the news of Divertimento concerts in the coming weeks in South Devon, with a great concerts with super programmes planned
The Early Music offering in the South West for September, October and November. There are events throughout the South West. Find one near you
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