Monday, 4 June 2012

Concerts this week 5-12 June 2012

Exeter University Footlights
are staging Stephen Sondheim's
'A Little Night Music'
Monday - Thursday
Director: Rosie Frecker
Producer: Charlotte Monk-Chipman

EUSO members
President: Beca Pennar
Leader: Kit Fotheringham
Tuba: Michael Willmott
- live in the studio!
Exeter University Symphony Orchestra
Exeter Cathedral Green/Cathedral
Monday 4 June 1pm
FREE to attend
There will be two hour recitals at:
'The Ram', Exeter University
(Friday 8 June 5pm)
Mint Methodist Church, Fore St, Exeter
(Saturday 9 June 7.30pm)
Full details in 8/9 June listing

Exeter University Footlights
Reed Hall, Exeter University
Monday 4 June - Thursday 7 June 7.30pm
Stephen Sondheim: A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC
(Music based on Mozart's Duport Variations)
Producer: Charlotte Monk-Chipman
Director: Rosie Frecker
Musical Director: Naomi Shaddick
The Liebeslieder Singers
(Will Kelleher, BEn Thomas, rosa Brook,
Jonathan Wood, Francesca Barberis)
15 Piece Orchestra
Antonia Vickers is Desiree Armfeldt
Ed Johnson is Fredrik Egerman
Katie Thomas is Ann Egerman
Dave Wall is Henrik Egerman
Rosamund Frost is Madame Armfeldt
Nick Kenchington is Carl-Magnus Malcolm
Rosie Archer is Charlotte Malcolm
Charlotte Luxton is Petra
Phoebe Mulcahy is Fredrika Armfeldt
Tickets: £8 (black tie optional)
Some seats remaining for Wednesday's performance!

Killerton Gardens
Jazz in the Garden
Killerton House Gardens
Tuesday 5 June 2.30-4.30pm
normal admission charges:
Adult £6.10 Child 2.90
National Trust Members FREE
Entertainment FREE
Bring a picnic
Further Details: 01392 881345

Director Paul McClure
Exeter University Chamber Orchestra
Ram Beer Garden, Exeter University
Tuesday 5 June 5-7pm
Informal Recital
(Repeated at the Chapter House on Saturday)
Conductor: Paul McClure
Sir Edward Elgar: Serenade
J S Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No 4
John Ireland: Downland Suite
Admission FREE

Viva Voce at Crediton
Viva Voce
Church of the Holy Cross, Crediton
Wednesday 6 June 12.30pm
St Michael's Church, Exeter
Thursday 7 June 12.30pm
A choir of 19-23 year old singers
from Falmouth will perform
extacts from their Falmouth/Penryn show
Admission FREE - retiring collection

The Coull Quartet
St Boniface Concert Society
Church of the Holy Cross, Crediton
Thursday 7 June 7.30pm
violins: Roger Coull & Philip Gallaway
viola: Rose Redgrave
'Cello: Nicholas Roberts
1820s A Golden Decade
Felix Mendelssohn: Quartet in E flat (1829)
Franz Schubert: Quartet in A minor (1824)
Ludwig van Beethoven: Quartet in F (1826)
Tickets: £12 (child £6) available on the door
Advance Booking: download ticket request

Exeter Contemporary Sounds
performing Paul Whitty's
'Bury Your Love Like Treasure'
at last week's Phoenix Concert
Exeter Contemporary Sounds
Queen's Theatre Studio, Barnstaple
Thursday 7 June 8pm
(a repeat of the concert
at Exeter Phoenix on 3 June)
Simon Belshaw:
Between the Moon and the Earth
Steve Reich: Different Trains
Paul Whitty:
Bury Your Love Like Treasure
Violins: Julie Hill Emma Welton
Viola: Andrew Gillett
'Cello: Jane Pirie
Tickets: £10 - of which £1 goes to 'Love Arts'
(Student/U21 £5 - suitable for anyone over 12)
More detailsExeter Contemporary Sounds Blog

Faye Hutchinson
in Friday night's after show
question & answer session
(Right: Melissa Barrett
Left: Kathrin Rosenberger)
ShakespeareNo Copyright
Exeter Northcott Theatre
Thursday 7 June - Saturday 9 June
5.30pm: 'Set Me Free'
Shakespeare's 'Tempest
with music and dance
Director: Nora Williams
Assistant Direc:tor: Laura Baggs
Musical Director: Marcus Frewin-Ridley
6.45pm: 'Timon of Athens'
set in a modern city
Writer: Noelle Fair Ciccarelli
8.30pm: 'Stone No More'
The cast of 'The Winter's Tale' dance and sing
to bring Hermione's statue to life.
Includes Ben Jonson's 'The Masque of Oberon'
Director: Raphael Massie
Tickets: Unreserved
all 3 plays: £10 (student £5)
any 2 plays: £6 (student £4)
any 1 play: £4 (student £2)
Box Office: 01392 493493
Northcott Website

Sammy Buzzard plays treble
Steve Mason conducts
- and playing 'cello:
EUCO President Milly Bowen
Exeter University Chamber Orchestra
Exeter Cathedral Chapter House
Saturday 9 June 1pm
Informal Recital
Conductor: Paul McClure
Edward Elgar: Serenade
J S Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No 4
John Ireland: Downland Suite
Admission FREE

Exeter University Symphony Orchestra
Percussionist Katherine MIles
(Photo: Erinda Sula)
Exeter University Symphony Orchestra
'The Ram' Exeter University
Friday 8 June 5pm
Mint Methodist Church, Fore St, Exeter
Saturday 9 June 7.30pm
Damien Harron: Another Street Song
(Marimba Soloist: Molly Lopresti
- percussion runner-up in 2012
  Young Musician of the Year)
Sergei Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto No 2
(Piano Soloist: Veronika Shoot)
Stephen Verhelst: A Song for Japan
(Trombone soloist: Tilman Schiltz-Klingner)
Hubert Parry: Jerusalem*
Sir Edward Elgar: Pomp and Circumstance March*
Henry Wood: Fantasia on British Sea Songs*
(*Tenor Soloist: Jonathan Wood)
Ralph Vaughan Williams: Folk Song Suite
Tickets: £6 (student £4)

Weng Soon Tee
takes first prize as
Taunton Young Singer of the Year
Taunton Sinfonietta
Temple Methodist Church, Taunton
Saturday 9 June 7.30pm
Ludwig van Beethoven: Overture to Fidelio
Joseph Haydn: Piano Concerto in F
(Piano Soloist: Weng Soon Tee
- Taunton Young Musician of the Year)
Jules Massenet: Meditation from Thais
Georg Philipp Telemann: Concerto for 3 violins
Bela Bartok: Romanian Dances
Frederick Delius: Two Aquarelles
Tickets: £15 (student £5)
Advance booking: Taunton TIC 01823 336344
Taunton Sinfonietta Website

Jonathan Watts conducts
Dartington Community Choir
Dartington Great Hall
Dartington Community Choir
Dartington Great Hall
Sunday 10 June 7.30pm
Gabriel Fauré: 'Pavanne', 'Messe Basse'
'Cantique de Jean Racine'
Camille Saint-Saëns
Charles Gounod
Director of Music: Jonathan Watts
Tickets: £14 (student/U16 £5)
Box Office: 01803 847070
Dartington Hall Website

Ella Janes
The Old Firehouse, Exeter
Sunday 10 June
7pm: Lucy O'Connor & Jonathan Radmall
7.30: Charlie Baldwin
8pm: Ollie Bond
8.30: Emma Baker & Tim Raybould
9pm: Cygnets
(Violin-Jo Childs, Percussion-Emma Coombe
Guitars & Vocals-Rowan Kirk & Charlie Fraser)
9.45: Pigasus
(Bass-Ian, Guitars-Dale & Ed, Fiddle-Moz,
Flute-Hannah, Whistle-Lana)
10.30: Semi-Toned
(Jon Minter, Simon Eaton, Jack Telfer St Claire,
Theo Cowper, Jamie Blencowe, Eddie Henley,
Ben Dale, Jonathan Wood, Joe Lane, Ed Jillings)
11pm: The Ella Janes Band
(Ella Janes, Matt Hurst-Smith, Livie Cartwright,
Will Morgan, Michael Hussein)
To be repeated 15 & 22 July

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