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RSCM Come and Sing Evensong

All are welcome to join us for this act of music. Find out more about joining the combined choirs from rscm-devon.org.uk

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Candlelight Concert

Join the Choristers, Lay Vicars and Choral Scholars of Exeter Cathedral Choir in February 2019 for a special evening of seasonal music. The Quire of Exeter Cathedral will be lit by beautiful candles for the return of one of our most popular choral celebrations. Ticket information All seating is unreserved within designated areas (Tier 1 […]

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Pavel Kolesnikov Piano at John Lewis

In collaboration with John Lewis & Partners, the South West’s flagship music event, Two Moors Festival, is set to produce a concert series at international level.   The season kicks off with a stunning recital by star Russian-born pianist Pavel Kolesnikov. Pavel’s delicious programme includes pieces by Tchaikovsky, Couperin and Brahms, bringing a wonderful mix […]

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Haydn Creation

The Lord Mayor’s Concert, Exeter Cathedral with the London Mozart Players. Soloists: Soprano – Kirsty Hopkins Tenor – Mark Dobell Bass – James Gower

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Plinio Fernandes Recital

On Wednesday of next week John Lewis & Partners are hosting an exciting shopping event for all My John Lewis card holders. As part of the event, there will be an exclusive recital by award-winning classical guitarist Plinio Fernandes, in collaboration with Two Moors Festival at 7pm. Hailing from South America, Brazilian guitarist, Plinio Fernandes studied […]

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Exeter University Chamber Orchestra Candlelit Winter Concert

It’s that time of year again! Come join us for our WINTER CONCERT ❄️We have a very exciting programme including works from Handel, Vivaldi & Holst. 🕯 As always, the concert is in the Mary Harris Memorial Chapel, entry is FREE and we’ll provide cakes and refreshments.🎼 Except this time the concert will be performed […]

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Exeter College Festival of Carols

Join us for fantastic performances from college students. The evening starts with a candle lit procession through the Nave followed by performances by the Exeter College students, orchestra and choir. All proceeds will go to the college charity of the year, Nightstop Devon. Doors open at 18.30, Festival of Carols starts at 19.30 This service […]

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Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra: The Power of Life

Grieg is beloved for his lyricism which derives from Norwegian folk tunes and the Romantic tradition to which he belongs, and the striking, opening gesture of his Piano Concerto is perhaps one of the most recognisable in all of classical music. Based on descending seconds and thirds, it is but one sign of how Norwegian […]

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Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra: Songs from the Heart

For a composer who made his reputation on music of extraordinary complexity and busyness, the Four Last Songs clearly represent a mellowing, simplification and directness by Strauss – music of autumnal warmth that echoes the poems; words and music alike draw the listener in. The orchestra is luminous throughout, and the soprano soars and vocalises […]

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Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra: Divine Sublime

“Just a simple pulse, like a rusty squeezebox… and then high above it, an oboe, a single note hanging there unwavering until a clarinet took it over sweetening it into a phrase of such delight. This was a music I’d never heard… I was hearing the voice of God.” The adagio from Mozart’s sublimely beautiful […]

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