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Hawksmoor Classical Concert Series

This concert brings together three of Britain’s most distinguished musicians for a programme including three rarely heard masterpieces. Robert Plane’s hugely varied career has seen concerto appearances in Europe, Asia and the USA while Richard Lester is a leading chamber-musician, solo-cellist, orchestral principal and renowned teacher. Benjamin Frith has recorded 17 solo discs and performed […]

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Hawksmoor Classical Concert Series – Roberto Ruisi, Violin Sten Heinoja, Piano

Roberto Ruisi is a winner of the prestigious Tillett Trust 2019 “Debut” award and was a finalist in the 2019 Royal Overseas League competition. He has performed in Washington, Delhi, Beijing and he makes his London Wigmore Hall debut in 2019. He was a string finalist in the BBC Young Music competition and as Royal […]

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BSO: Imperial Beethoven

Goethe’s play Egmont depicts the subjugation of the Netherlands by tyrannical Spanish rulers, and Beethoven approached his commission to write the music for it with zeal, out of both his unmitigated respect for the author and his humanist’s belief in the freedom and dignity of man. The overture commences with an ominous melody, a storm […]

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Hawksmoor Concert Series: Emma Johnson, Clarinet, John Lenehan, Piano

Emma Johnson has a busy career as a solo performer which has taken her to major European, American and Asian venues as well as to Africa and Australasia. She is one of the UK’s biggest selling classical artists, having sold over half a million albums worldwide. Emma has appeared as soloist with many of the […]

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St John Passion

Marking the start of Holy Week, the Cathedral Choir with soloists and orchestra perform JS Bach’s iconic setting of the Passion according to St John. Evangelist Charles MacDougall; Christus Tim Mirfin; Soprano Molly Noon; and the Charivari Agréable Orchestra

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Philharmonic Brass at Exeter Cathedral

Philharmonic Brass brings together over 40 professional musicians and special guests from across the country for an evening of top class music, including, the majestic Finale from Saint-Saen’s ‘Organ’ Symphony No.3, the hauntingly beautiful Ashokan Farewell, the evocative MacArthur Park, as well as Shostakovich’s exuberant Festive Overture, all in aid of Cancer Research UK. Tickets Tickets £12 – £18, booking […]

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Devon Youth Orchestras – Spring Concert 2019

From Pergolesi to Pirates of the Caribbean  The Devon Youth Orchestras and friends present a concert of exciting and beautiful music for a spring evening performed by Devon’s leading young musicians. The programme will range from choral items by the Exeter Cathedral Choir to epic orchestral works and film scores with music to suit all […]

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Exeter School Choral Society

Performing Part 2 of Handel’s “Messiah” and Poulenc’s “Gloria” supported by a full, professional orchestra and professional and pupil soloists. One of the highlights of the musical calendar, the event draws together members from across the broader school community, with pupils, parents, staff and guests all involved. Tickets Tickets £9-£17 with concessions for children Booking […]

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