Friday, 31 August 2012

Run-Down from the start of September 2012

The Society of Strange
and Ancient Instruments -
gothic harp: Joy Smith
renaissance guitar: Clara Sanabras
hurdy-gurdy: Clare Salaman
The Society of Strange and
Ancient Instruments
at Totnes Festival
St Mary's Church Totnes
Saturday 1 September 7.30-9.30pm
trad: 'Blessed be the Maid Marie'
Mateio Fecha: 'Rui, Rui,chui'
Thoinot Arbeau: 'Belle qui tiens ma vie'
François Francoeur: Rondeau
trad: Joseph and the Angel Oxford
anon: 'Lullay, lullay - als I lay on Yoolis Nigh'
trad: 'When righteous Joseph wedded was'
John Playford: Doves Figary
Sarum Chant (Salisbury 15th Century):
A solis ortus cardine
The Play of Daniel (Beauvais 13th Century):
Angelus admonebit Abacue prophetam
Cantiga de Santa Maria
(Galician-Portugese 13th Century)
Cantiga 131: En tamanna colta non pode seer
Arcangelo Corelli: La Follia
double bass: Peter McCarthy
trad: The Three Ravens
trad: Devil Stick the Minister
trad: The Devil in a Bush
trad: The devil's Dream
Cantiga 115: Con seu ben sempre ven
trad: Buillo, pran ton tamborin!
trad: Pease Branle
trad: Candlestick Branle
voice, renaissance guitar, oud: Clara Sanabras
hurdy gurdy, nyckelharpa,
hardanger violin: Clare Salaman
harps & percussion: Joy Smith
basses: Peter McCarthy
Hosts: Totnes Early Music Society
Tickets: £12 (student/U18 £5)
Non-TEMS members (only), pay at the door.
Further enquiries/membership:
Chair: Jill Tomalin 01803 849414 email
Mem Sec: Jasper Solomon 01803 868883 email
TEMS membership webpage

Le Jazz
double bass: Mike Thorn
piano: Andrew Daldorph
clarinet/sax: Chris Gradwell
guitar: Andrew Barrett
Chris Gradwell and Friends
Blue Ball Inn, Sidford
Sunday 2 September 7.30pm
Clarinet/Sax: Chris Gradwell
Keyboard: Andrew Daldorph
Guitar: Andrew Barrett
Double Bass: Mike Thorn
Tickets: £8  Box: 07583 796855
Chris Gradwell Website

Musical Premiere
Station Theatre, Hayling Island (Hampshire)
Tuesday 4 - Saturday 8 September 7.45pm
OOPS for Theatre Productions
(original productions for . . . )
present 'For the Love of Undine'
by Chris and Alex Poulton
(Baritone Alex Poulton performed
'Opera through the Ages' with
Wing Wing Lam at St Mary Arches
on 19 October last year - and
Schubert's 'Winterreise' on 23 November
accompanied by Andrew Daldorph
Tickets: £10
Box Office: 02392 718718
Mobile: 07946 740958
Station Theatre website
oopsfortheatre website

David Davies

Organ Recital
Exeter Cathedral
Wednesday 5 September 7.30pm
Assistant Director of Music,
Exeter Cathedral: David Davies
programme TBA
Tickets: £7 (student £3 U18 FREE)
Exeter Cathedral Shop: 01392 271354

Flute: Suki Trussler
Guitar: Alex Knight
Appassionata Guitar and Flute Duo
Temple Church Budleigh (EX9 6NN)
Wednesday 5 September 7.30pm
(repeated Shaldon, 7 Sept - see below)
Guitar: Alex Knight
Flute: Suki Trussler
Bach, Vivaldi, Handel, Albeniz, Scarlatti,
Granados, Faure, Ibert, Dompierre and
Piazzolla among others.
Tickets: £10
Budleigh Salterton TIC: 01395 445275
Alex Knight: 01364 644400 / 07896 438242
or wegottickets

'Cello: Mary Harris
Harpsichord: Adrian Davis
Soprano: Louise Turner
Oboe/Cor Anglais: Hazel Todd
St Boniface Concert Society
Church of the Holy Cross, Crediton
Thursday 6 September 7.30pm
John Dowland
Peter Philips
Ralph Vaughan Williams
Georg Philipp Telemann
George Frederic Handel
Johann Sebastian Bach
Tickets: £10 (children FREE)
Info: Mrs Isolde Summers 01363 773472

Alex Knight
Appassionata Guitar and Flute Duo
St Peter's Church, Shaldon (TQ14 0ET)
Friday 7 September 8-10pm
Doors open 7.30, interval with refreshments
(repeat of Budleigh, 5 Sept - see above)
Guitar: Alex Knight
Flute: Suki Trussler
Bach, Vivaldi, Handel, Albeniz, Scarlatti,
Granados, Faure, Ibert, Dompierre and
Piazzolla among others.
Tickets: £10
Alex Knight: 01364 644400 / 07896 438242
or wegottickets

David Sawyer and the Chill Acoustic
Arthaven@redearth Gallery Bickleigh
Friday 7 September 6-9pm
Exhibition in Memory of Daphne Cartwright
with music by 'The Chill Acoustic'
who played at Gallery 36 on Sunday 22 July
David Sawyer: elektrokord
Russell Frampton: electric guitar
Deborah Hamilton: electric viola
arthaven@redearth gallery Bickleigh
Tony Plato: percussion
Exhibition continues 8-22 September
11am-5.30pm on weekdays, -6pm weekends
Work by 9 artists - including Daphne Cartwright
Information: telephone Steve 07989 343121
Redearth website

Marion Wood
Conducts the EMG Orchestra
at St Peter's School
Exeter Music Group Symphony Orchestra
St Peter's School Exeter
Friday-Sunday 7-9 September
Full rehearsal of Mahler's Symphony VIII
Hymn: Veni Creator Spiritus (Come Creator Spirit)
Scherzo: (closing scene of Goethe's Faust)
Final rehearsal - Friday 14 September
Conductor: Marion Wood
Leader: Clare Smith
(Performance: Great Hall, 16 September)
Info: Carol Galton 01392 410660

James Burton
Choral Director
Schola Cantorum
of Oxford
Schola Cantorum of Oxford
St Margaret's Church Topsham
Tuesday 11 September 7.30pm
(invitation from soprano Josie Walledge)
Featuring the music of:
Johann Sebastian Bach
Francis Poulenc,
Charles Villiers Stanford
Ralph Vaughan Williams
Choral Director: James Burton
Tickets: £10 (includes a glass of wine!)
Contact Josie Walledge 01392 823508

James Burton
conductor of
Schola Cantorum
of Oxford
Schola Cantorum of Oxford
Exeter Cathedral
Wednesday 12 September 2pm
students/alumni of Oxford University
Conductor: James Burton
Charles Villiers Stanford: Latin Magnificat
Ralph Vaughan Williams: Mass in Gm
William Byrd, Thomas Tallis,
Gustav Holst, James Burton
Admission FREE
(admission to the Cathedral is £5
senior/student 3.50 child FREE)
A year's pass for £5 with
proof of EX postcode
Visitor's Office: 01392 285983

Miracle Theatre Company
Tiverton Community Arts Centre
Thursday 13 September 7.30pm
Oscar Wilde:
'The Importance of being Earnest'
Tickets: £10 (concessions £8 U16 £6)
from Northcott Box Office:
01392 493493 or Northcott website
contact Sue North for further details:
01884 253494

Miracle Theatre Company website

Ana Laura Manero
Arturo Serna

Duo Teresa Carreño
Glenorchy URC Exmouth
Friday 14 September 12noon
Piano: Ana Laura Manero
'Cello: Arturo Serna
Details to follow . . .

Duo Website

Classical Journey Review

Divertimento Piano Trio
piano: Margaret Lynn
violin: Mary Eade
'cello: Vicky Evans
The Divertimento Piano Trio
St Mary's Church Totnes
Friday 14 September 7.30pm
Joseph Haydn: Piano Trio in C H15.27
Édouard Lalo: Piano Trio 1 in Cm op7
Franz Schubert: Adagio in Eь D897
Bedřich Smetana: Piano Trio in Gm op15
Piano: Margaret Lynn
Violin: Mary Eade
'Cello: Vicky Evans
Tickets: £12 (student/child FREE)
Box Office: 01803 863677
Totnes TIC: 01803 863168

Acoustica Festival
Exeter Phoenix / Bikeshed Theatre / Old Firehouse
Friday 14 September from 6pm
Saturday 15 September from 2pm
Countless artists, including:

Hannah Martin & Phillip Henry
Phil Henry & Hannah Martin
Exeter Acoustica Festival
Saturday 15 September
Chaturanga guitar: Phillip Henry
Violin/banjo: Hannah Martin
- who are also appearing at
Exmouth Grapevine
Sunday 14 October
(see below)

Tickets: Friday & Saturday: £16
             one day only: £12
Phoenix Box Office: 01392 667080
soon available on Phoenix website

Opera Glass
Poltimore House Broadclyst
Saturday 15 September 7.30pm
Third Autumn Opera Concert
Tickets: £10 on-line

Picture: The 2010 Opera Glass line-up
Chris Hunt, tenor
Joyce Clarke, piano
Janet Macdonald, Soprano
Claire Powell, Mezzo Soprano

EMG Conductor: Marion Wood
Exeter Music Group Symphony Orchestra
Exeter University Great Hall
Sunday 16 September 5pm
Mahler's Eighth Symphony
('Symphony of a Thousand')
Director: Marion Wood
Leader: Clare Smith
EMG orchestra and choir
Tickets: check EMG website for details

Yann Mahdjoub: double bass
Chris Wilkinson: guitar
Willy Briggs: slide guitar
Rebecca Willson: violin
The Zazou Cowboys
North Bridge Inn Exeter
Friday 21 September 8pm
Western Swing
& Hillbilly Jazz
Lead: Chris Wilkinson
Slide: Willy Briggs
Bass: Yann Mahdjoub
Violin: Rebecca Willson
Admission FREE

Zazou Facebook Page

Zazou website

Lesley Garrett
in concert with
The Somerset Chamber Choir
Lesley Garrett &
Somerset Chamber Choir
Wells Cathedral
Saturday 22 September 7-9pm
The High Sheriff's Concert
Choristers of Wells Cathedral
Ensembles and Soloists from
Wells Cathedral School
Handel, Mozart, Franck, Brahms,
Eric Whitacre, Matthew Harris,
Gustav Holst, Vaughan Williams,
John Rutter
Tickets: £15/25/35
Wells Cathedral Shop 01749 672773
Proceeds in support of 'Crimebeat'

Anita D'Attellis
at King's College Taunton
Sunday 19 February 2012 
Anita D'Attellis
St Peter's Church, Thames Street
Wallingford, Oxfordshire OX10 0BH
Saturday 22 September 7.30pm
Debussy: Pour le piano
Beethoven: "Pathetique" Sonata 
Prokofiev: Sonata no. 3
Chopin: 3 Scherzos

Tickets: £13 (advance £11)
from Glynne Stackhouse
01491 825421

(recital at Taunton in February)

Gabriel Prokofiev
composer & founder
of Nonclassical
Exeter Bikeshed Theatre
Sunday 23 September 7.30pm
A special visit to celebrate year 1
Viola: Rebecca Willson
Flute: Ruth Molins
Violin: Michael Brailey
Piano: Peter Nickol
'Cello: Hannah Willson
Tickets: £5
Box Office: 01392 434169
Bikeshed Theatre website
Nonclassical website

Elizabeth-Jane Baldry
Chagford Film Festival
(with film memorabilia exhibition:
St Michael's Church, Chagford)
Monday 24 - Saturday 29 September
 The Globe, Chagford
Monday 24 September 7.15 for 8pm
(black tie, cocktails, live music - Globe Singers
& London Cabaret Singer, Michael Campari)
THE ARTIST (Michel Hazanavicius 2011)
Tickets: £12
2. St Michael's Church, Chagford
Tuesday 25 September 8pm
Jesus Christ Superstar
(Norman Jewison 1973)
Tickets: £6
3. The Globe, Chagford
Tuesday 25 September 8pm
37 Uses for a Dead Sheep
(Ben Hopkins 2006)
Tickets: £5
4. depart Chagford Square
Wednesday 26 September 10am-5pm
1960s movie bus
trips on the Vintage Movie Bus
(the last remaining of 7 1960s units)
work by new filmmakers - in HD
Tickets: by donation to 'Shelterbox'
and 'On the Edge' (22 people per trip)
5. Chagford Square
Wednesday 26 September 11am-5pm
Café in the Square
tea and cakes - at the movie bus terminus
6. The Globe, Chagford
Maxine Fone
star of 'Laidley Worm'
Wednesday 26 September 11am-1pm
Puppet Making Workshop
Wendy Froud (née Midener)
Creator of 'Yoda' - Star Wars!
Tickets: £20
7. Endicott House, Chagford
Wednesday 26 September 2pm
My Fair Lady (George Cukor 1962)
Tickets: £4
8. Jubilee Hall, Chagford
Wednesday 26 September 6pm
Maxine in action
Director: Elizabeth-Jane Baldry
Admission: FREE
(collection: Chagford Filmmaking Group)
9. Jubilee Hall, Chagford
Wednesday 26 September 8pm
(Diary of a Lost Girl, G W Pabst 1929)
Live Harp Accompaniment!
- Elizabeth-Jane Baldry
Tickets: £10
10. The Globe, Chagford
Wednesday 26 September 8pm
Louise Brooks
Diary of a Lost Girl
Romeo & Juliet (Franco Zeffirelli 1968)
Tickets: £6
11. The Globe, Chagford
Thursday 27 September 11am-3pm
"Making a Film from
Start to Finish"
workshop with Stephen Saunders
Admission: FREE (donations)
12. projected onto the Three Crowns
and St Michael's Church
Thursday 27 September 7.30-9.30pm
continuous showing of 8min preview
Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce
Hound of the Baskervilles
of this year's CFG production
no charge
13. The Globe, Chagford
Thursday 27 September 6pm
The Hound of the Baskervilles
(Sidney Lanfield 1939)
Tickets: £5
14. The Globe, Chagford
Thursday 27 September 8pm
(Johannes Roberts 2012)
Tickets: £5
includes Q&A with - Johannes Roberts!!
15. The Globe, Chagford
Thursday 27 September 11pm
Janet McTeer & Daniel Radcliffe
The Woman in Black
The Woman in Black
(James Watkins 2012)
Tickets: £5
16. The Globe, Chagford
Friday 28 September 11am-1pm
James Bond Film Workshop
Norman Wanstall, dubbing editor
Paul Inglis, Art Director
Ron Saunders, film producer &
Stephen Saunders, film electrician
Tickets: by donation to 'Shelterbox'
and 'On the Edge'
17. The Globe, Chagford
Friday 28 September time TBC
Presentation of Pathé News Reels
Ron Saunders, Film Producer
(Ron's Pathé 'Viewspaces')
Tickets: TBC
18. Endecott House, Chagford
Friday 28 September 7.15pm
MAMMA MIA! (Phyllida Lloyd 2008)
drinks at the bar!
Tickets: £12
19. Endecott House, Chagford
Saturday 29 September 7.15pm
Dr No  (Terence Young 1962)
Tickets: £10
(include casino and live music
in The Globe after the film)
20. The Globe, Chagford
Saturday 29 September 7.30pm
Goldfinger (Guy Hamilton 1964)
limousine ride, sparkling wine, casino,
Awards ceremony in The Globe,
Q&A with Norman Wanstall - dubbing
editor on Dr No & Goldfinger,
Ron Saunders -  film producer &
Stephen Saunders - film electrician)
Tickets: £15

Box Office: Sally's Newsagents, Chagford
The Globe Chagford: 01647 433485

conductor: Maxime Tortelier
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra
St Paul's Church Honiton
Tuesday 25 September 7.30pm
Conductor: Maxime Tortelier
Violin Soloist: Jack Liebeck
movie score soloist - Jane Eyre 2011
and Anna Karenina - opens 7/9/12
Richard Wagner: Siegfried Idyll
- to his newborn son, 1870,
the opera comes later!
W A Mozart: Violin Concerto No 3 K216
Sir Edward Elgar: Serenade for Strings
Felix Mendelssohn: Italian Symphony (4)
violin: Jack Liebeck
Front Nave: £15 (sold out)
Rear Nave: £13 (sold out)
Side Aisles: £11 (30 left on 20 Aug)
Unreserved seats in the 'Nathex'
(foyer behind nave) £9
Honiton TIC: 01404 43716
BSO website

Midge Mullin is Ben
Mike Gilpin is Gus
- waiting in the basement . . .
Substance & Shadow Theatre
1. Blackmore Theatre, Exmouth
     Thursday 27 September
2. Matthews Hall, Topsham
     Sun 30 Sept & Mon 1 Oct
3. City Gate, Ironbridge, Exeter
      Wed 3 & Thur 4 October
(All performances 7.30pm)
Harold PinterThe Dumb Waiter
Director: Rosie Mullin
Ben: Midge Mullin
Gus: Mike Gilpin
(see also: Exeter Alternative Theatre)
writer and performer in 'Self-Centred'
by Bare Bones Theatre, Exeter Ignite.
Tickets: £7
ticket-line: 07905 761485
Tourist Information: 01392 222299
Topsham Bookshop: 01392 877895
City Gate: on the door

Nicky Marshall
Nicholas Marshall and Friends
Temple Church Budleigh Salterton
Saturday 29 September 3pm
70th Birthday Celebrations
with Nicky's own compositions
Piano: Nicky Marshall
Soprano: Lesley-Jane Rogers
Recorder: John Turner
'Cello: Heather Bills
Harpsichord: Ian Thompson
Piano: Roger Fordham
Admission FREE (collection for
Médecins sans Frontières)

piano: Allan Schiller
Taunton Sinfonietta
Temple Church Taunton
Saturday 29 September 7.30pm
W A Mozart: Piano Concerto K414
piano soloist: TS President, Allan Schiller
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: 1st Quartet in D
Dmitri Shostakovich: Chamber Symphony in Cm
Vittorio Monti: Czárdás
violin soloist: Mary Eade
Tickets: £15  Box Office: 01823 336344
Taunton Sinfonietta website

Brian Moore
leader of Wind Machine
(reviews, info & tracks)
Brian Moore's Wind Machine
Barnfield Theatre Exeter
Sunday 30 September 7.30pm
trumpet: Brian Moore
vocals:  Josie Smith
Tickets: £13
(disabled/senior: £11 student: £9)
Box Office: 01392 270891
book online
Barnfield website

Rua Macmillan Trio
bodhran: Adam Brown
guitar: Tia Files
violin: Rua Macmillan
Rua Macmillan Trio
Dartington Great Hall
Thursday 4 October 8pm
Traditional Highland Music
Violin: Rua MacMillan
Guitar: Tia Files
Bodhran: Adam Brown
Supported by Devon Folk Duo
Nick Wyke and Becki Driscoll
Tickets: £12 (student £5)
Box Office: 01803 847070
Dartington website

St David's Players
Exeter Barnfield Theatre
Tuesday 9 - Saturday 13 October 7.30pm
plus Saturday Matinee 2.00pm
PRINCESS IDA (or Castle Adamant)
Producer & Director of Choreography:
Susan Gunn-Johnson
Director of Music: Nicky Perry
Princess Ida: Penny Daw
King Hildebrand: Tim Hunt
Hilarion: Mark Hurford
Lady Blanche: Carolyn Harries
Scinthius: Paul Luffman
Florian: Adrian Fox
Cyril: James Dunk
Tickets: £12/14
Box Office: 01392 270891 Mon-Fri 10-4
online: Tue Wed Thur Fri Sat 2.00 Sat 7.30

Daphne Cartwrigh
A Celebration of Daphne Cartwright
Sandford Village Hall
Saturday 13 October 7.30pm
An event to celebrate the life, times and work
of Daphne Cartwright who most sadly died in June.
Come along and see, listen to and remember
the many sides of a person who inspired and
enriched the lives of so many people
from the local community and much further afield.
A fundraising event for the British Heart Foundation
and Crediton Arts Centre
Tickets: £6  Box: 01363 773260
book online from TicketSource

The Two Moors Festival

Thursday 11 October - Sunday 21 October

Thursday 11th: All Saints' Church, Dulverton
7.30pm  Pianist Martin Roscoe & the Brodsky Quartet
Friday 12th: Dunster
11am Yarn Market Hotel - talk by Alan Caig on Exeter Museum
1.30pm St George's Church - The Two Moors Festival Ensemble
7.30pm The Tythe Barn - harpsichord Christopher Bucknall & string quartet
Saturday 13th: Ashburton
11am St Lawrence's Chapel - a talk by baritone Donald Maxwell
1pm St Andrew's Church - Young Musicians Platform Competition winners (incl. Lucy Bray)
7.30pm St Andrew's Church - Festival Ensemble & mezzo Charlotte Stephenson - Kathleen Ferrier
Sunday 14th: Widecombe-in-the-Moor
11am St Pancras's Church - Holy Communion
2pm Hay Tor Car Park - flautist Harry Winstanley - musical walk to the tor
7.30pm St Pancras's  Church - Baritones Donald Maxwell and Marcus Farnsworth
Monday 15th: Tiverton - Hatherleigh - Exeter
11.30am Tiverton Parkway Station Waiting Room - violinist Tai Murray 'Season Ticket for Bach'
1.30pm St John's Church Hatherleigh - flautist Karhryn Thomas & schoolchildren - Pied Piper
7.30pm Exeter Cathedral - 'cellist Guy Johnston & Orchestra of the Swan - Haydn Concerto
Tuesday 16th: Tiverton - Okehampton
11.30am Tiverton Parkway Station Waiting Room - 'cellist Guy Johnson 'Season Ticket for Bach'
1.30pm All Saints' Okehampton - soprano Caroline MacPhie - Titanic Memorial
7.30pm All Saints' - flautist Kathryn Thomas & piano trio - Beethoven tribute with pre-show talk
Wednesday 17th: Tiverton - Witheridge - Tiverton
11.30am Tiverton Parkway Station Waiting Room - Lutenist Elizabeth Kenny 'Season Ticket for Bach'
1pm St John's Witheridge - violinist Heyeyoon Park & pianist Nareh Arghamanyan
4.30pm St John's - Richard Kay - talk about Royal portraits
7.30pm St Peter's Tiverton - Camaraderie Quartet - Book of Common Prayer 350th anniversary
Thursday 18th: Tiverton - Chagford - Tavistock
11.30am Tiverton Parkway Station Waiting Room - 'cellist Jing Zhao 'Season Ticket for Bach'
12.00pm St Michael's Chagford - David Davies/Martin Ford Psalms workshop
4.30pm St Michael's - Choral Evensong performed by workshop participants
7.30pm St Eustachius' Tavistock - The Military Wives Choir
Friday 19th: Tiverton - Simonsbath - Dunster
11.30am Tiverton Parkway Station Waiting Room - Harpist Keziah 'Season Ticket for Bach'
1.30pm St Luke's Simonsbath - Quintessence Brass Ensemble
7.30pm St George's Dunster - pianist Cédric Tiberghien Tribute to the Festival Bösendorfer grand
Saturday 20th: Withypool - North Molton - Barnstaple
11am Royal Oak Withypool - talk by Banjamin Mee on Dartmoor Zoo
1.30pm All Saints' North Molton - 4 Girls 4 Harps
7.30pm St Peter's Barnstaple - 2 guitarists John Williams & John Etheridge
Sunday 21st: All Saints' Church, Dulverton
11am Festival Eucharist (setting by Dom Gregory Murray)
1.30pm talk by Phyllida Lloyd on screening stage plays
7.30pm mezzo soprano Katarina Karnéus sings the Festival Finale

Joyce Clarke at the Arsenale Venice
Glenorchy Lunchtime Concerts
Glenorchy Church Exmouth
Wednesday 10 October 12 for 12.30pm
Piano: Joyce Clarke
Edvard Grieg
'Gade' Opus 57 No 2
'Notturno' Opus 54 No 4
'Butterfly' Opus 43 No 1
(and one more - we hope!)
Sergei Rachmaninoff
Joyce Clarke at Glenorchy
'Prelude in D major' Opus 23 No 4
'Prelude in G minor' Opus 23 No 5
Frédéric Chopin
'Barcarolle' Opus 60
(possibly a 'Valse Brillante' Opus 18/34)
Admission FREE
(retiring collection)

Andrew Daldorph conducts
Exeter Chamber Choir
St Peter's Church Shaldon
(Friday 16 April 2011)
Exeter Chamber Choir
St Peter's Church Shaldon
Saturday 13 October 7.30pm
Conductor: Andrew Daldorph
Saxophones: Chris Gradwell
Marimba: Edward Scull
Matthias Schmitt: Agnus Dei (marimba, choir)
Andrew Daldorph: 'Rise up my Love'
(voices, marimba, soprano saxophone)
Nigel Walsh (Exeter): 'In the Stillness'
6 songs for choir and piano with words by
Richard Skinner (after Julian of Norwich)
René Clausen: 'Tonight Eternity Alone'
Healey Willan: texts from 'Song of Solomon'
Ed Scull with marimba - see above
Tickets: details to follow
see Choir websiteproceeds in aid of The Helen Foundation
This concert will be repeated:
Tuesday 16 October 7.30pm St Stephen's Exeter
(see below)

Ed Scull and Exeter Chamber Choir at Shaldon April 2011

James Bowman
with Dorothy Linell
'Counterpoint' Choir
Buckfast Abbey
Saturday 13 October 7.30pm
(with Divertimento String Ensemble)
Countertenor James Bowman:
Arias from Solomon, Saul, Theodora
Judas Maccabaeus
Tickets: £16 (advance £15)
01392 490398 or email:
Counterpoint Website

Hannah Martin & Phillip Henry
Phil Henry & Hannah Martin
The Grapevine Exmouth
Sunday 14 October 8.30pm
(Doors open 7.45pm)
Chaturanga guitar: Phillip Henry
Violin/banjo: Hannah Martin
Tickets: £8 wegottickets

Andrew Daldorph conducts
Exeter Chamber Choir
for the St Stephen's Project
(St Mary Arches Church Exeter
Tuesday 20 December 2011

Exeter Chamber Choir
St Stephen's Church Exeter
Tuesday 16 October 7.30pm
Conductor: Andrew Daldorph
Saxophones: Chris Gradwell
Marimba: Edward Scull
Matthias Schmitt: Agnus Dei (marimba, choir)
Andrew Daldorph: 'Rise up my Love'
(voices, marimba, soprano saxophone)
Nigel Walsh: 'In the Stillness'
6 songs for choir and piano with words by
Richard Skinner (after Julian of Norwich)
René Clausen: 'Tonight Eternity Alone'
Chris Gradwell plays
soprano saxophone
with Andrew Daldorph
('Soarin High' at St Cyr's
Tuesday 19 July 2011)
Healey Willan: texts from 'Song of Solomon'
Tickets: details to follow
see Choir website
proceeds in aid of The St Stephen's Project
This concert is a repeat of:
Saturday 13 October 7.30pm St Peter's Shaldon
(see above)

Ed Scull and Exeter Chamber Choir at Shaldon April 2011

Michael Francis
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra
Exeter University Great Hall
Thursday 18 October 7.30pm
Conductor: Michael Francis
'Cello Soloist: Paul Watkins
Ralph Vaughan Williams:
'Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis'
Frederick Delius: 'Cello Concerto
Peter Tchaikovsky: Symphony No 4
'cello: Paul Watkins
Pre-Show Talk at the Peter Chalk Centre
(Opposite the back of the Northcott)
for info call: 01202 644725
Tickets: TBA
Exeter Phoenix Box Office:
01392 667080 10am-8pm Mon-Sat
BSO website

Show of Hands
Miranda Sykes
Phil Beer
Steve Knightley
Show of Hands
Exeter University Great Hall
Friday 19 October 7.30pm
guitar/voice: Steve Knightley
violin/voice: Phil Beer
double bass: Miranda Sykes
Tickets: £17
Exeter Phoenix Box Office
01392 667080

West Devon Chorale
Buckfast Abbey
Michael Johnson conducts
West Devon Chorale
Saturday 20 October 7.15 - 8.45pm
(Between Vespers and Compline)
Director: Michael Johnson
Organist: Christopher Moore
Mezzo-Soprano: Heather Reynolds
Bass: Peter Bawden
'Cello: Tirke Linnemann
Maurice Duruflé: 4 Gregorian Motets
Marcel Dupré: Cortège et Litanie Op19.2
Francis Poulenc:
Quatre Motets pour un temps de pénitence
Maurice DurufléRequiem
Tickets: £10 (advance £8 student/child £3)
wegottickets  West Devon Chorale website

The Aragon Guitar Quartet

Julian Taylor, John Compton
Alison Bendy, Petula Compton
Aragon Guitar Quartet
Glenorchy Church, Exmouth
Saturday 20 October 7.30pm
'Grises y Soles' by Maximo Pugol
'Pastorale' by Ivan Andrews
'Adios Nonino' by Ástor Piazzolla
Tickets: £8
advance: 01392 411861 /  01395 266976
all profits to the Bishop Simeon Trust
(Community projects in South Africa)

The Lighthouse
Adam Tunnicliffe is Sandy
Nicholas Merryweather is Blazes
Richard Mosley-Evans is Arthur
English Touring Opera
Exeter Northcott Theatre
Three Modern Operas - with English Lyrics
Wednesday 24 October 7.30pm
Peter Maxwell Davis: The Lighthouse
Director Ted Huffman
Conductor Richard Baker
Thursday 25 and Saturday 27 October 7.30pm
Benjamin Britten: Albert Herring
Director Christopher Rolls
Conductor Michael Rosewell
Mark Wilde, Jennifer Rhys Davies
Friday 26 October
7.30pm: Helen Chadwick 'Towards an Unknown Port'
a ten minute cycle of songs
in response to the following opera
sung by a local amateur choir
Mark Wilde
is Albert Herring
7.45pm pre-show talk
Viktor Ullmann: The Emperor of Atlantis
written with Peter Kien
in Terezin concentration camp
Producer James Conway
Accompanying Bach Cantata (in English)
'Christ lag in Todes Banden'
Tickets: £18-31
Box Office 01392 493493
Northcott website: Lighthouse/Herring/Atlantis
English Touring Opera website

The Powderham Castle Kapellmeister
Professor George Pratt
'Cello Recital at Powderham Castle
James Wyatt Music Room
Friday 26 October 7.30pm
- works for 'cello & keyboard
- two solo 'cello suites
from the notebook of
Anna Magdalena Bach
- Errors in Anna's copy of
'Suite No 1'corrected
for the first time
1769 Bryce-Seede organ harpsichord:
Kapellmeister George Pratt
'Cello: Colin jackson
Tickets: £14
Call Emma (Powerham Castle office)
01626 890243 to book seats
(Students: ask if any remaining
FREE or ½-PRICE student tickets!)

Exeter Alternative Theatre
Barnfield Theatre, Exeter
Weds 31 Oct  - Sat 3 Nov 8pm
An imagined re-opening of Exeter's
Theatre Royal - in 1889
'Before Dracula' - Bram Stoker in Exeter
'Lilly Laudanum' - danse macabre
'The Living Doll' - secrets of the music box
'Flaming Feathers' - can-can
'And then there was One' - Jack the Ripper
'Ms Johnson's Séance' - supernatural
'Kitty Brunel' - music hall songs
'The Phantom Juggler' - extraordinary skill
Tickets: £12.50 (student £10)
Box Office: 01392 270891
Barnfield website
Exeter Alternative Theatre website

soprano: Keri Fuge
Devon Baroque
1. St George's Church, Tiverton
Saturday 3 November 7.30pm
2. Dartington Great Hall
Sunday 4 November 3pm
Harpsichordist & Director of Music:
Jonathan Watts
a) a parody of Pergolesi's 'Stabat Mater'
'Tilge, Höchster, meine Sünden' (Psalm 51)
soprano: Keri Fuge, alto: Nicholas Clapton
b) a transcription of Harpsichord Concerto 6
Brandenburg Concerto IV
recorders: Alan Davis & James Risdon
alto: Nicholas Clapton
c) a reworking of music by Vivaldi
Harpsichord Concerto in G minor BWV 975
harpshichord: Jonathan Watts
d) from a cantata by Bartolomeo Conti
'Languet anima mea'
soprano: Keri Fuge
Tickets: £18 (student/U18 £5)
Dartington: 01803 847070 (12.30-7pm)
Appearing soon on Dartington website
Tiverton: TIC 01884 255827
Devon Baroque website

David Davies
Exeter Bach Society
Exeter Cathedral Chapter House
Sunday 4 November 7pm
Director of Music: David Davies
A talk on pre-reformation church music
composer John Sheppard (1515-60)
with examples from the choir
Tickets: £10 details TBA
Exeter Bach Society website

'cello: Oliver Gledhill
Exeter Symphony Orchestra
Southernhay United Reformed Church
Saturday 10 November 7.30pm
Édouard Lalo: 'Cello Concerto in Dm (1876)
'cello soloist: Oliver Gledhill
George Butterworth: A Shropshire Lad (1912)
(words by Alfred Edward Housman 1896)
Ralph Vaughan Williams: 4th Symphony (1935)
Tickets: details to follow
ESO website

Martyn Warren
'Voces' Renaissance Choir
Buckfast Abbey
Saturday 17 November 7.30-8.45pm
(between Vespers & Compline)
Giovani Bavrieli & Hans Leo Hassler
both died 1612 - Voces was formed 1987
Director of Music: Martyn Warren
Parking & Admission FREE
Retiring Collection

Taunton Sinfonietta
violin: Mary Eade
St James' Church Taunton
Sunday 18 November 3pm
Anniversary Finale Baroque Concert
J S Bach: E major Violin Concerto
violin soloist: Mary Eade
John Stanley: Harpsichord Concerto No 5 in A
King Frederick II of Prussia: Sinfonia in G

Tickets: £15  Box Office: 01823 336344
Taunton Sinfonietta website

East Devon Choral Society
St George's Church Tiverton
Saturday 8 December
Conductor: Andrew Daldorph
- details to follow . . .