The Two Moors Festival continues for the rest of this week. A great day out in Tiverton - The Vasari string quartet plays on a barge on the Tiverton canal, followed by David Davies organ recital at St Peter's - and in the evening Julian Lloyd Webber and the Orchestra of the Swan will be at Exeter Cathedral..
Friday at Ashburton is just as varied. The young musicians platform winners concert includes percussionist Molly Lopresti Richards' marimba recital. Then, following an afternoon masterclass with Harvey Davies, the Two Moors Ensemble play Spohr and Mahler - that Spohr nonette with be really something.
Other concerts continue as usual. The BSO will be at the new-look University Great Hall. (Only the outside has changed - inside the hall is still the great venue it always has been.)
The St Stephen's Project bring two great opera singers to St Mary Arches, while the Exeter Philharmonic Choir sing Handel's Messiah with Andrew Daldorph and David Davies at the Mint Methodist Church in Fore Street.
Next week there is big excitement as the Reading Phoenix Choir make a very special appearance at St Peter's in Tiverton. Dartington Great Hall hosts the Academy of St Martin in the Fields. The Beacon Piano Trio play Queens' College Taunton. Deborah Woods invites the Sulis Wind Trio for another magical early evening session of 'Music in the Art Room' in Topsham. Finally, to finish October off in style, 'Le Jazz' will give another of their sell-out concerts at Kennaway House in Sidmouth.
And the end of October means Halloween - and Louis Ravensfield and his Exeter Alternative Theatre have another run of 'Grand-Guignol' macabre plays at the Barnfield Theatre, ending on Halloween night.
Tuesday's 'Journey' will travel the centuries taking inspiration from all the wonderful music that has been going on in Exeter and Devon - and the music still to come!
1626 John Dowland
1700 Tomaso Albinoni Trio Sonata
1836 Frederick Chopin Ballade No 1
1874 Bedrich Smetana
1888 Gilbert & Sullivan I have a Song to Sing, O!
1893 Sergei Rachmaninov A Dream
1899 Edward Elgar Lux Aeterna
Piano Quintet Frank Bridge
1936 Heitor Villa-Lobos Bachianas Brazileiras
1947 Benjamin Britten Come you not from Newcastle?
1950 Pablo Cassals El Cant del Ocells
1963 Benjamin Britten Nocturnal
1976 Benjamin Britten I will give my Love an Apple
1991 Evelyn Glennie Light in Darkness
1992 John Tavener Last Sleep of the Virgin
2010 Phil Henry Snow Dove/Cuckoos Nest