Alex Wilson (piano) and Alex Poulton (baritone) perform music of the early 20th Century, including rarely heard music by Ivor Gurney, Benjamin Britten and Frederick Septimus Kelly. Come to hear some music that hasn’t been performed in over 100 years in advance of a Toccata Classics CD release of previously unrecorded piano works by F.S.Kelly later in the year.
Entry is Free, with a retiring collection in aid of the Music Room Restoration Fund.
Following a sell out smash hit run at the Edinburgh Fringe 2017, and a highly successful Australian tour, musical tragicomedy ‘Richard Carpenter is Close to You’ has embarked on a national tour and will be visiting Exeter's Phoenix Theatre on Sunday November 4th.
Stephen Beville is an internationally acclaimed pianist having performed in cities across Europe. For this New Year Recital he presents a selection of children's musical classics including Schumann's Kinderscenen, Mozart's Variations on the theme of 'Twinkle-Twinkle Little Star', Sofia Gubaidulina's Musical
Sunday 27th November 2016 at 3 p.m.
Extravaganza:Organ, 2 Pianos & Harpsichord:
& David Davies
Former Director & Assistant Director of Music, Exeter Cathedral
A light-hearted romp through novel arrangements for organ and piano
Tickets: £10 on the door
£8 from The Topsham Bookshop
A varied and entertaining programme of novel arrangements for harpsichord, organ and pianos including music by Bach, Elgar, Handel, Rossini and Rachmaninov.
St Michael & All Angels Church in St David's -- the church with the tallest spire in Exeter, home to peregrine falcons -- is hosting An Unusually Good Book Sale on Saturday 26th November from 11am to 3pm in aid of the St David's Neighbourhood fund and the St Michael's Redecoration Fund. The sale includes cards and prints, cds, dvds and records and will feature live musical accompaniment by two highly esteemed local musicians, Matthew Wright, pianist (from 11am), and Nigel Browne, organist (from 1pm), who will also guide those who would like to play the church's Victorian pipe organ the
A concert that explores the varied roles of the piano in performance. Our programme features the piano as the extravagant soloist and the submissive accompanist, heard live in the room, through a distorted cassette recorder and through a humble teapot. The piano will also tell the story of our concert venue as a living electrical organism in a fascinating exploration of the hidden sounds around us.
Featuring new music by Emma Welton and Nicholas Peters alongside old(er) music by Alvin Lucier and Gerald Barry.