Monday, 19 September 2011

Concert Run-Down until next broadcast (4 October)

Guitarist David Cottam
Dreams and Dances for Classical Guitar
St Swithun's Church, Sandford
Friday 23 September 7.30pm
Guitarist: David Cottam
a new guitar made by Crediton Luthier
Shaun Newman
Tickets: £6 (accompanied child Free)

Classical Guitar Recital
Exeter Cathedral Chapter House
Saturday 24 September 1.15pm
Guitarist: Scipio Mosley
Admission Free: retiring collection

Le Jazz
Kennaway House Sidmouth
Sunday 25 September 7.30pm
(in the cellar bar - open from 6.45pm)
Clarinet: Chris Gradwell
Keyboard: Andrew Daldorph
Guitar: Andrew Barrett
Double Bass: Mike Thorne
Tickets: £7
07583 796855

Baroque Masterworks
Glenorchy Church Exmouth
Saturday 1 October  7.30pm
West Barok Singers
West Barok Players
Conductor: Brian Northcott
Organist: George Pratt
Jan Zelenka: Missa Votiva
Tickets: £12 (advance £10)
01395 272401 9am-9pm
or from Alison Burnett

The Well Tempered Clavier
King's College Taunton
Sunday 2 October 3.30pm
Following the release of his
critically acclaimed recording
of Bach's 'Well Tempered Clavier'
with 'Celestial Harmonies' records
Australian pianist Roger Woodward
will give a live performance
on the King's College
Yamaha grand piano
Tickets: £15 (U18 £5)
from King's College Reception:
telephone: 01823 328200

(Hear Roger Woodward's interview 
with 10radio's breakfast show
presenter Philip Knighton on Thursday,
Listen in from 7-9am Thur 22 Sept
105.3FM or online at

Sounds of Spain
at Ian and Yta Batchelor's new venue:
The Corn Barn, Sutton Barton, Cullumpton
Sunday 2 October 4-5pm
Guitar: David Cottam
'Cello: Hilary Boxer
Tickets: £5 (child £3)
from Yta: 01884 32107
or 'on the door'

Exeter Bikeshed Theatre
Sunday 2 October 7.30pm
The Cutting Edge of Modern Classical Music!
South West Camerata
play Gabriel Prokofiev 'String Quartet No 1'
Violin Soloist: Emma Welton
(daughter of EMG Chair John Welton
and violinist with 'Icebreaker' and 'Black Hair')
plays 'Koan' by James Tenny)
New work by composer Michael Tenny
(Representing Devon in this year's
BBC Proms 'Inspire Young Composers')
Admission: £3 (concessions £2)

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