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Welcome to Our Website   

Carols in the Cathedral

Carols in the Cathedral   

Wednesday 10 December and Thursday 11 December 2014

Choral Workshop

Choral Workshop   

Mendelssohn  Elijah Saturday 7 February 2015  

Poulenc: Gloria Elgar: The Music Makers

Poulenc: Gloria Elgar: The Music Makers   

Thursday 12 March 2015

Mendelssohn Elijah

Mendelssohn Elijah   

Saturday 16 May 2015

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Wednesday 10 and Thursday 11 December at 7.30 pm

Carols in the Cathedral  Find out more

with Schola Exe and Brass Group

Carols PosterThis Season’s Music

Welcome to our programme for 2014/15. The season begins with music by three living composers – Chris Williams’ moving Tsunami Requiem, Andrew Millington’s A Sequence for Devon and John Rutter’s Gloria. We ring in Christmas with our Carol Concerts in Exeter Cathedral accompanied by Schola Exe youth choir, a brass group and organ. Our March concert features one of Poulenc’s most celebrated works, Gloria, which is followed by a journey into a world of dreams with Elgar’s The Music Makers. In May we end our season with Elijah, Mendelssohn’s most famous oratorio.

We look forward to welcoming you to our concerts

Exeter Philharmonic Choir has given concerts in the City every year since its foundation in 1846. The choir continues to offer audiences first-class performances of both well known and less familiar works under its current director of music, Andrew Millington, Director of Music at Exeter Cathedral. In its performances the choir is joined by professional players, including the Sinfonietta led by Richard Studt, and welcomes, in particular, up-and-coming soloists to its concerts.

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Reviews  Bach Mass in B minor 17 May 2014

From the moment we stepped inside the Cathedral on Saturday for the performance of Bach’s Mass in B minor by the Exeter Philharmonic Choir, things looked really promising. Read more
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