… when music making is this good there’s no need to be anywhere else, says Philip R Buttall, who enjoyed a top class performance
The London Mozart Players are fantastic and coming to Plymouth. Philip R Buttall spoke to Bob Taub about a musical resurgence in the city
The University of Plymouth Choral Society Christmas Concert is ‘what Christmas is all about – a festival of singing and rejoicing’
Simon Ible conducts the Peninsula Arts Sinfonietta for the final time, with Jeni Bern, at the Minster Church of St Andrew. Philip R Buttall reviews
After 17 years Simon Ible steps down as conductor, the performance by University of Plymouth Choral Society was a fitting send off
Mindful Visions: Metamorphosis, Daydreams and Fantasies by Peninsula Arts Sinfonietta at Plymouth University Sherwell Centre had some extremely expressive moments. Philip R Buttall reviews
Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival 2017 Gala Concert at The House, Plymouth University was both entertaining and enlightening. Philip R Buttall reviews.
The Ten Tors Orchestra, with Leland Chen on violin, goes back to where it all began – Tavistock Parish Church – for its electrifying final concert
In what was as effectively the last Ten Tors Orchestra Gala Christmas Concert as such, the packed audience at Tavistock Parish Church was highly entertained. Philip R Buttall reviews
There was an added to touch of charisma at the University of Plymouth Choral Society’s Christmas concert at the Minster Church of St Andrew
The Ten Tors Orchestra is now the Peninsula Arts Sinfonietta. Philip R Buttall reviews their inaugural programme at the Minster Church of St Andrew, Plymouth
Memory: I’ll Remember You at Plymouth University is a performance in three parts that left a lasting impression. Philip R Buttall reviews.
Philip R Buttall sampled some stunning Schubert from the University of Plymouth Choral Society and Sinfonia
Ten Tors Orchestra & Bath Spa University Chamber Choir celebrate Shakespeare in a gala concert at Minster Church of St Andrew. Philip R Buttall reviews
The enduring influence of William Shakespeare will be celebrated through a series of musical performances, films and talks during the 2016 Words and Music Festival at Plymouth University.