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Sat 23rd Feb at 7:15pm
Exeter Symphony Orchestra
@ Exeter Cathedral, Exeter
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Exeter Symphony Orchestra, Exeter Philharmonic Choir, Tamsin Waley-Cohen
A concert to celebrate our soldiers with music including:
Bruch: Violin Concerto No 1 in G minor
Parry: I was glad
Brahms: How lovely are thy dwellings
Jeremiah Clarke: Trumpet Voluntary
Leaving Port Askaig featuring Pipe Major William Ross
With Myles Taylor (trumpet) and David Davies (organ) and the City of Exeter Pipe Band.
Rreadings by Martin Bell and Crawford Logan
The Exeter Symphony Orchestra has its origins in the late 1930s in association with the cathedral-based Exeter Musical Society; becoming an independent enterprise in January 1989.
Exeter Symphony Orchestra tour dates
The Exeter Philharmonic Choir was founded in 1846, early in the reign of Queen Victoria. First known as the 'Exeter Oratorio Society', it has an unbroken history to the present day, making it one of the oldest musical organisations in the country.
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Tamsin Waley-Cohen performs as a soloist with orchestras including the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra of St John's, London Concert Orchestra and London Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra of the Swan and Brighton Philharmonic, and under conductors including Andrew Litton, Jose Serebrier, Shlomo Mintz, Nicolae Moldoveanu, and Achim Holub.
Tamsin has played at Cadogan Hall, Symphony Hall, Birmingham, Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Barbican, Liszt Academy Hall, Budapest and in venues across the UK and Europe.
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Venue: Exeter Cathedral
Enquiries: 01392 255573
→ Exeter Central 7 min walk