We’re delighted to announce that on Sunday 16 July 2017, we will be bringing you our new concert for this year – Sounds of the Summer – headlined by UK reggae royalty, UB40, plus some very special guests to be announced soon.
Enjoy a jam-packed evening filled with hit-after-hit of live music here in the glorious South Devon countryside.
See Duncan Campbell, Robin Campbell, Norman Hassan, Brian Travers, Earl Falconer and James Brown perform some of their greatest hits live on the night. Find out all you need to know about the band at their website - http://ub40.global/...
This June an Exeter venue sees a first full concert by a new group from Okehampton based Wren Music. MenSing is a 20 strong choir of all male voices who have been singing together for just over a year and have already caused a stir with their first few performances.
On Friday 16th June in Cygnet Theatre, Friar’s Gate, Exeter, MenSing will present a full concert of English folk songs, new songs and songs which have caught their imagination. This special concert for Father’s Day is part of the DoubleBill series of folk events at the Cygnet and balances the popular Herstory women’s...
This accomplished Luton-based choir will sing a broad cross-section of items including Welsh hymn tunes, songs from the shows, light operatic choruses, spirituals, and traditional male voice choir standards.
The choir is based in Luton, home of the famous Vauxhall Motors. It was born in 1943, during the dark World War II years. Since those early days the choir has grown and matured. It has done all things expected of male voice choirs — and more! Competitions, appearances with military bands, TV appearances and travel; all these facets...
The St Peter's Singers of Exeter Cathedral, directed by Timothy Parsons, give an informal performance.
Entry to the concert is included in the Cathedral admission charge.
About the St Peter's Singers
The St Peter's Singers of Exeter Cathedral is the adult cathedral chamber choir that sings on many occasions to augment the work of the cathedral choirs of girls, boys and professional Lay Vicars and Choral Scholars. Worship is offered every day at the Cathedral, and this is always sung during academic term times, and at many...
Discover the oldest book of English literature in existence. Written in about 970AD, the Exeter Book is the oldest of only four surviving books of Anglo-Saxon literature anywhere in the world. Much admired for its beautiful writing and the quality of its verse, this unique book of poetry has been at Exeter Cathedral since Leofric, the first Bishop of Exeter, gave it to his church in around 1072.
Join us in the Cathedral Library & Archives to find out more about this very special book: how it was made,...
Entry to this informal performance is included in the Cathedral admission charge.
About Worcester Male Voice Choir
Worcester Male Voice Choir was formed in 1987 from choristers who had been singing in the Worcester City Police Choir. Membership has gradually grown to over 70 members and regular recruitment exercises have ensured that the Choir has a bright future. The Choir has a repertoire of over 200 pieces with arrangements in English, Welsh and at least 5 other languages.
In the tradition of male voice choirs Worcester...
Internationally acclaimed pianist and composer Stephen Beville and concert violinist Jonathan Storer present a meditative programme of violin and piano music - featuring Arvo Part's Fratres, Spiegel im Spiegel, Beville's Monodrama (world premiere) and Beethoven's Kreutzer Sonata, Op 47.
Chopin - Two Nocturnes, Op 27 Chopin - Ballad No.3 in A-flat, Op 36 Beville - Monodrama (2011) Arvo Part - Fratres (1977/80) Arvo Part - Spiegel im Spiegel (1978)
Organ Recital: Ed Jones Thursday 10th August at 19.00 Programme to include Peeters Suite Modale and Bach Prelude and Fugue in B minor BWV 544. Ticket information Book your tickets now using our online box office or telephone (01392) 285983 Monday to Saturday. £8 adults, £5 students, FREE for children under 18. Drinks will be available to purchase before the recital begins. Book your tickets