Performance by violinist Yulia Northridge, classical pianist Ekaterina Shetliffe, soprano Margaret Aagesen Hughes and mezzo soprano Iryan Ilnytska with the programme of traditional Christmas works by Barber, Frank, Handel and more. Hot drinks and mint pies served during the interval. Tickets available: 07505 884271 www.ticketsource.co.uk/elegance or on the door
Exeter musician Andrew Millington will be back performing with the city's oldest choir for a one-off performance at Exeter Northcott on June 1st.
This time around Andrew, who retired as the Choir's Musical Director in 2017, will be rejoining EPC on the piano rather than on the rostrum. He'll be accompanied by two other musicians who have greatly contributed to Exeter's musical life: David Davies, also on the piano, and Stephen Tanner on the harmonium.
Exeter Philharmonic Choir's summer concert combines musical drama and colourful, memorable tunes.
Creative Productions SW present an evening of poetry and music of the Romantic era. Join us in exploring the exciting times of Byron, Keats and Shelley, Beethoven, Schubert, Rossini and others for violin, mezzo-soprano and piano.
Enjoy the performance of spoken word and music, evoking the Romantic era and exploring the trials of the ‘Byronic heroes’ and the music of their time.
Step into a world of daring deeds, damsels in distress, political idealism and radical changes in the literary and musical world. Members of Creative Productions SW are graduates of Russia, Italy and...
A world-famous chamber orchestra with a 70-year musical pedigree joins Exeter Philharmonic Choir for one night only for an unmissable performance of The Creation.
Exeter Philharmonic Choir, the city’s oldest choral ensemble, will be performing alongside the UK’s longest-established chamber orchestra, The London Mozart Players, which celebrates its 70th anniversary season in 2019.
The two distinguished musical ensembles will come together to perform Haydn’s masterpiece for a special Lord Mayor’s Concert.
The audience at Exeter Cathedral will also be treated to...
A well-known Exeter musician is set to conduct again at the end of September for a special charity concert in the city centre in aid of Unicef, the United Nations Children's Fund. Raymond Calcraft, who was Director of Exeter Philharmonic Choir for fifteen years from 1988 to 2003, led the Choir in more than 80 concerts in the Cathedral, and took them to Spain in 1998 to sing in Madrid's famous Auditorio Nacional and the Cathedral of Salamanca. He also brought the English Chamber and Royal Philharmonic Orchestras to Exeter to perform with the Choir.
A rising star of the operatic world, Bulgarian mezzo-soprano Svetlina Stoyanova, will be coming to Exeter at the end of the month to take part in a special charity concert in aid of UNICEF, the United Nations Children's Fund.
Currently singing in Vienna at the famous State Opera, Svetlina will be flying to Exeter for just thirty-six hours to take part in the concert at Southernhay United Reformed Church on Saturday 29th September.
Svetlina, who won the prestigious New Voices international singing competition in Berlin last year, has performed in opera and concerts...
Joby Talbot’s Path of Miracles was the first major work commissioned by the award-winning professional vocal ensemble, Tenebrae, in 2005 and having received high acclaim (“an evocative odyssey” – The Times) returns this year for an extensive UK tour alongside choral favourites such as Stanford's 'The Blue Bird' and works by EElgar and Tavener.
To accompany its revival, Tenebrae has commissioned a unique new choral work by Owain Park, Footsteps, which allows Tenebrae to perform alongside Antiphon and marks Tenebrae’s fifteenth-anniversary season.
You are invited to come and sing with Andrew Millington and the Exeter Philharmonic Choir in a choral workshop at the Mint Methodist Church in Fore Street, Exeter, on Saturday 4 February 2017, 9.30 a.m. to 5.00 p.m
Tickets – £17 (EPC members £13) including refreshments. Score hire £2
Book online: www.exephil.org.uk or call EPC Tickets: 01392 499211
“On completing the score of Gerontius Elgar wrote, ‘This is the best of me,’ and it is certainly one of the great choral works...