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Saturday 14 May 2016

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A Concert of Celebration and Praise


Ticket sales for the concert on 14 May will close at 4pm on that date. Tickets will be available on the door; only cash or cheque made payable to EPC Tickets please.

Welcome to our programme for 2015/16. The season gets off to a rousing start in November in Exeter Cathedral with the jubilant sounds of Handel’s Dettingen Te Deum and Haydn’s Harmoniemesse. We celebrate the festive season with two carol concerts in the Cathedral, accompanied by Exeter Brass. Our March concert will be an evening of English music featuring Vaughan Williams’s A Sea Symphony and the first performance of a new work by Andrew Millington . The season ends in May with a concert of celebration and praise, contrasting Bach's Lobet den Herrn with works by 20th-century English composers: Herbert Howells' Te Deum  (Collegium Regale), Andrew Carter's Benedicite and Joseph Horovitz' Captain Noah and his Floating Zoo. We are delighted that Devon County Junior Choir will join us for this concert.  

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 until 2015. 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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