Exeter Choral Society

Exeter Choral Society - Haydn's The Seasons

Event Date: 
04/05/2019 - 7:30pm
United Reform Church, Southernhay East, Exeter, EX1 1QA

Haydn's last major choral work, the sequel to The Creation. The work takes you through the changing year but concentrates less on the weather and more on hunting, dancing, eating and drinking! Come and join us as we enjoy the rustic pleasures of a time when things were simpler and more straight forward.

Haydn Creation with the London Mozart Players

Event Date: 
16/03/2019 - 7:30pm
Exeter Cathedral

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...

Exeter Choral Society - a celebratory concert

Event Date: 
09/05/2018 - 7:30pm
St James Church, Mount Pleasant Road, Exeter EX4 7AH
Join Exeter Choral Society on 9 May 2018 for the first concert of our 75th year.

The choir started as Whipton Choral Society in 1943, when Exeter was a garrison city, to provide entertainment and community involvement for locals and visting troops. The choir now has over 100 singers and continues to grow, regularly performing to packed audiences.

In May we'll be singing Handel's Coronation Anthems , including 'Zadok the Priest,' Mozart's Coronation Mass and Haydn's Missa brevis Sancti Johannis de Deo .

Our conductor Laurence Blyth is now in his 10th year as our Musical...

Exeter Philharmonic Choir shines the spotlight on five talented young soloists in Lord Mayor’s Concert

Authored by Sharon Goble
Posted: Mon, 02/26/2018 - 2:17pm

Five outstanding young soloists, who have already had considerable success, will be joining Exeter Philharmonic Choir for the Lord Mayor’s Concert, Mozart Requiem, on March 10th.

The Choir is excited to welcome vocalists Natalya Romaniw, Oliver Johnston, Marta Fontanals-Simmons and Tristan Hambleton whose voices are sure to excite individually and together as a quartet. The talented singers will be joining more than one hundred members of Exeter Philharmonic Choir to perform Mozart’s Requiem, one of the most cherished and well-known works in the choral repertoire. The programme...