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Bach Mass in B minor

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Saturday 17 May 2014

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Saturday 17 May 2014

Bach: Mass in B minor

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This Season’s Music

Welcome to our programme for 2013/14, which offers highlights from several centuries of church music. To open the season, we are presenting Will Todd's Mass in Blue in November along  with works by Britten & Elgar. Our Carol Concerts in Exeter Cathedral in December will feature guest artist, Martin Shaw, baritone. Our season continues in March 2014 with the stirring sounds of Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 and Parry's Blest Pair of sirens. This concert is promoted by Exeter Symphony Orchestra. In May we conclude the season with the magnificent Mass in B minor from J S Bach.

We look forward to welcoming you to our concerts.

Exeter Philharmonic Choir has performed concerts in the City every year since its foundation in 1846. It continues to delight audiences with its performances of both well loved and lesser known works under Andrew Millington, Director of Music at Exeter Cathedral and the Choir’s current Director of Music. The Choir is joined in its performances by professional players, including the Sinfonietta led by Richard Studt, and delights in welcoming up-and-coming soloists to its performances. 

Listen to our latest CD, The Lazarus Requiem by Patrick Hawes

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 Reviews

Beethoven Choral Symphony 8 March 2014

Beethoven at the Cathedral - for one night only. Visitors were in Exeter from Australia and the United States, to see this spectacular collaboration. Exeter Symphony Orchestra, who usually perform at Southernhay United Reformed Church, definitely needed a bigger venue for this extravaganza. Read the full review here, courtesy of Phonic FM.

Will Todd Mass in Blue 16 November 2013

To have the active involvement of a composer in a concert of his or her works is always a great incentive and, indeed, privilege for the other performers, and so it was on Saturday evening (16 November) when Will Todd brought his trio of musicians to perform his popular Mass in Blue with the Exeter Philharmonic Choir. Read more

 From one of our Patrons:

"Congratulations on the recent Will Todd concert, wow!!!!
You certainly know how to please, charm and thrill.
It was both innovative and engaging, most enjoyable."

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