Exeter Cathedral Choir: Stainer's Crucifixion

Event Date: 
03/04/2015 - 7:30pm
Exeter Cathedral

Good Friday 3rd April 2015 at 19.30 (doors open 19.00)

A devotional performance by the Cathedral Choir of The Crucifixion by John Stainer.

All are welcome to attend; no tickets required.

Image: Matt Austin

Choral Society features the work of an Exeter School pupil for the first time

Authored by Mary Youlden
Posted: Tue, 03/03/2015 - 4:06pm

For the first time, Exeter School’s Choral Society concert features the work of one its very own pupils.

Upper Sixth Former Fionn Connolly, who has recently received an offer to read Music at Cambridge University, composed Ring on Ring inspired by the poetry of Sylvia Plath.

The school community of about 130 pupils alongside parents, staff, alumni and friends of Exeter School, accompanied by a full professional orchestra, will perform Fionn’s piece on Thursday 19 March 2015 in Exeter Cathedral.

Fionn was very influenced by the music of Max Richter, Eric Whitacre and...

Christmas Gala: Exeter Festival Chorus & Lesley Garrett

Event Date: 
06/12/2014 - 7:30pm
Exeter Cathedral

Conductor: Nigel Perrin

Featuring well-loved numbers from Messiah, Carmina Burana, opera and folk, all rounded off by a selection of Christmas carols which we hope you will enjoy singing with us.

Tickets: £15 to £35 reserved, £12 & £20 unreserved*

* Unreserved seats in Exeter Cathedral are in the side aisles and some have a restricted or no view of the performers.

Charity Partner : ELF (Exeter Leukaemia Fund)

Box Office Details:

Exeter Festival Chorus 0845 600 5441 or use online link

Some tickets are also available by contacting...

An evening of Mozart with Exeter Choral Society - Great Mass in C minor

Event Date: 
03/12/2014 - 7:30pm
St James Church, Mount Pleasant, Exeter EX4 7AH

Join Exeter Choral Society for an Evening of Mozart on Wednesday 3 December, at 7.30 pm, with festive refreshments in the interval.

Exeter Choral Society and Orchestra will be performing Mozart's Great Mass in C minor, Ave Verum Corpus and Exsultate Jubilate under the direction of Laurence Blyth. Featuring soloists Josie Walledge, Heloise West, Andrew Henley and Matthew Cann and orchestra led by Julie Hill.

The concert is supporting the local FORCE cancer charity.

Tickets are available now at Exeter Visitor Information & Tickets, Dix's Field 01392...

Exeter Philharmonic Choir concert

Event Date: 
08/11/2014 - 7:30pm
Mint Methodist Church, Exeter

Chris Williams Tsunami Requiem Andrew Millington A Sequence for Devon John Rutter Gloria Saturday 8 November 2014 Mint Methodist Church, Fore St, Exeter, 7.30pm Conductor Andrew Millington. With Devon County Junior Choir

Exeter Philharmonic Choir opens its new season with Chris Williams’ Tsunami Requiem ten years after the tsunami wreaked its destruction. The concert also features John Rutter’s Gloria and the Devon County Junior Choir with Andrew Millington’s A Sequence for Devon. When Chris Williams had only just witnessed the effects of the 2004 tsunami in south India, he was...

The Trumpet Shall Sound

Event Date: 
05/07/2014 - 7:30pm
St Margaret's Church, Topsham, Exeter

St Margaret’s Church Choir and Exeter Singers

The Trumpet Shall Sound

Featuring music for Trumpet by: Vivaldi, Franceschini, Manfredini, Stanley, Clarke and Purcell. Geoff Cloke & Claude Lamon:trumpets and music by: J.S.Bach, Handel, Tallis, Burgon and Vaughan Williams.

St Margaret’s Church, Topsham

Saturday 5 July 2014


Programmes from The Topsham Bookshop, Fore Street, Topsham and on the door priced £6, students and children £4

Concert: The Rodolfus Choir

Event Date: 
17/07/2014 - 7:30pm
Exeter Cathedral

With a sound hailed as 'unspeakably beautiful' by Gramophone, the Rodolfus Choir has established itself firmly over a period of thirty years as one of the leading young choirs in the United Kingdom; during which time they have developed a lasting reputation for their commitment to the very highest level of musicality. Comprising some of the finest young singers in the country, its members are all alumni of the famous Eton Choral Courses.

The programme will include wonderful choral classics by Britten, Tavener, Howells, Parry and Paul Mealor.

Supported by Rathbone...

Armed Forces Day Concert

Event Date: 
21/06/2014 - 7:30pm
Exeter Cathedral

The Royal Marines Association Concert Band will perform in a special concert with Exeter Cathedral Choir to conclude Exeter's Armed Forces Day Celebrations on 21st June 2014.

The Royal Marines Band Service has built a world class reputation via their thrilling performances worldwide for over a century. In response to public demand these former RM musicians have formed their own band, which matches the highest standards of the serving bands.

The Cathedral Choir continues the centuries-old choral tradition of leading the daily worship in Exeter Cathedral, and have...

The Sixteen: The Choral Pilgrimage 2014

Event Date: 
08/05/2014 - 7:30pm
Exeter Cathedral

For its 14th Choral Pilgrimage The Sixteen and Harry Christophers revisit the golden age of renaissance polyphony with a stunning programme of music by English composers John Sheppard, Richard Davy and William Mundy.

Mundy’s monumental work Vox patris caelestis, the text of which comes from the Song of Songs, can be considered as the culmination of the great antiphon tradition, while Sheppard's musical style contains all the grandness of English harmonic invention. This year’s programme includes Sheppard’s glorious seven-part work Libera nos as well as his sublime Gaude, gaude...

Mass in B minor - J.S. Bach

Event Date: 
17/05/2014 - 7:30pm
Exeter Cathedral

Saturday 17th May 2014, 7.30 pm Exeter Cathedral

Exeter Philharmonic Choir directed by Andrew Millington With The Sinfonietta, leader Richard Studt

Exeter Philharmonic Choir will perform Bach’s masterpiece, the Mass in B minor on 14th May in Exeter Cathedral. For their director of music, Andrew Millington, Bach’s Mass in B Minor is one of the great pinnacles of Western music, and is an exacting challenge for choral singers. The Sinfonietta, under their leader Richard Studt, return to join the choir as they bring out the glories of this towering work. Albert Schweitzer said...