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CLIC for Christmas 2019

Event Date: 
14/12/2019 - 7:30pm
Venue: 
Exeter Cathedral

This is our fifth annual CLIC for Christmas concert raising funds for CLIC Sargent. Once again, we will be hosting a celebration of Christmas in the beautiful Exeter Cathedral and will be joined by one of the winners of our Devon Schools Choir Competition, Exmouth Community College. In addition we are again thrilled to be welcoming the CLIC Sargent singers, a group of exceptionally talented young people who have all benefitted from the support of CLIC Sargent and will be sharing their stories with us as well as their beautiful music.

Exeter University Singers Concert in Collaboration with Voces8

Event Date: 
19/09/2019 - 7:30pm to 9:30pm
Venue: 
St Michael and All Angels Church, Mount Dinham, Exeter, EX4 4EB

Join Exeter University Singers as we launch our 50th anniversary year with a concert in collaboration with Voces8.

The choir will be joined by: Soprano, Emily Dickens Countertenor, Chris Wardle Tenor, Sam Dressel Bass, Dingle Yandell The concert will include music from a range of composers from Bruckner to Tippett, and an exceptional quality of tone and blend.

Tickets: £10 for students, £15 for non-students Ticket bundles are available if you'd like to come to both the workshop and the concert (discount included!).

Exeter University Singers Workshop in Association with Voces8

Event Date: 
19/09/2019 - 2:00pm to 4:00pm
Venue: 
Mary Harris Memorial Chapel, Exeter University, Prince of Wales Rd, Exeter EX4 4SB

Join Exeter University Singers for a workshop with Emily Dickens, Chris Wardle, Sam Dressel and Dingle Yandell, all former members of VOCES8.

Brush up your ensemble singing skills, pick up some a cappella singing techniques and learn some new pieces. Sheet music will be provided on the day. This event is open to the general public and students of the University of Exeter.

Tickets: £5 for students, £15 for non-students Ticket bundles are available if you'd like to come to both the workshop and the concert (discount included!).

Exeter's Thomas Hobbs sings Gerontius

ESO's Brian Northcott conducts Elgar's Dream to celebrate his 75th birthday

Authored by Sharon Goble
Posted: Wed, 06/05/2019 - 9:38am

To celebrate his 75th birthday, Brian Northcott, Exeter Symphony Orchestra’s Musical Director, will be conducting a special performance of Elgar’s powerful work The Dream of Gerontius, bringing together a host of the city’s musical talent and two soloists of international repute.

Exeter Philharmonic Choir members with the Lord Mayor and Brigadier Andy Pillar OBE, SSAFA Devon

Lord Mayor thanks Exeter Philharmonic Choir for its fundraising

Authored by Sharon Goble
Posted: Fri, 05/17/2019 - 4:59pm

Members of Exeter Philharmonic Choir, which has recently raised money for the Lord Mayor's charity SSAFA Devon, attended a special reception and cheque presentation at the city’s Guildhall last week.

The event was to thank all the organisations who have contributed to a grand total of over £23,000 for SSAFA Devon, which provides practical and emotional support for serving personnel, veterans and military families. A collection held at Exeter Philharmonic Choir’s concert in March raised £726.66 for the charity.

Exeter Philharmonic Choir's conductor Howard Ionascu

Exeter Philharmonic Choir heads to the Northcott for its summer concert

Event Date: 
01/06/2019 - 7:30pm
Venue: 
Exeter Northcott Theatre

The last major composition written by the Italian composer Rossini, his Petite Messe solonnelle, will be performed by Exeter Philharmonic Choir in June as part of its summer concert at the Northcott Theatre - a performance combining musical drama and colourful, memorable tunes.

Rossini’s Mass is a work of contrast and intensity, written five years before his death in Paris 151 years ago. Despite its title, it is neither ‘small’ nor ‘solemn’ but reflects the great talent which saw Rossini produce 39 operas in his lifetime.

Rachel singing with the Hospiscare Choir at her wedding

“Hospiscare holds a special place for all of us”

Authored by Hospiscare
Posted: Thu, 03/28/2019 - 10:05am

Rachel Hamilton, 27 from Exeter, is a Hospiscare staff nurse and has been working for the local charity on the ward at Searle House for two years. At the end of 2018 Rachel married Ben Turner who also has connections to Hospiscare volunteering as a Trustee.

Choir raises over £4,000 for Exeter homeless charity

Authored by Sharon Goble
Posted: Sun, 01/13/2019 - 6:10am

Members of Exeter Philharmonic Choir visited St Petrock's this week to present a cheque worth £4,086 to the charity which provides support, housing and prevention services for people who are homeless or vulnerably housed

The money was raised over two consecutive nights in December in the retiring collection at Exeter Cathedral following the Choir's annual carol services.

The SING Devon Community Choir are singing for Force this Christmas!

Event Date: 
15/12/2018 - 7:30pm to 10:15pm
Venue: 
The Barnfield Theatre, Exeter

Join the SING Devon Community Choir and Hothouse Band this December as we SING for Force at the Barnfield Theatre Exeter!

Since FORCE Cancer Charity was first registered as a charity in 1987 it has developed a vital role in providing local cancer services in the Exeter area. Help us to support this essential local service and enjoy a fantastic, music filled evening at the same time. 

Tickets cost £6 in advance and £8 on the door.

To purchase your tickets call the The Barnfield Theatre on 01392 271 808.

Exeter choir presents an evening to remember

Authored by FORCE Cancer Charity
Posted: Tue, 11/06/2018 - 4:41pm

Exeter Male Voice Choir will be presenting An Evening to Remember at St Peter's School in Quarry Lane on Saturday November 10 (7:30-9:15).

It is a joint concert which also features the young musicians of Lympstone Training Band, who will be playing traditional favourites.

The choir will perform popular modern songs and some James Bond theme tunes accompanied by guest soloist, soprano Penny Smith-Wiseman.
The event will be raising funds for FORCE Cancer Charity, Haemochromatosis UK and, as it is on the eve of Armistice Day, the Royal British Legion.

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