Thursday 30 January
Tuesday's programme will start with a Crowd-Funded 'Devon Made' Shakespeare production, recently released as an Audio recording. The e-book will be available in a couple of weeks' time. Listen out for the familiar voices of Midge and Rosie Mullin (Substance & Shadow Theatre Company). Midge and Rosie will be at the Barnfield Theatre on 14 & 15 February for a re-run of their successful seventies creation "Duplicity" - where Midge plays a pair of twins!
Devon Made presents Macbeth adapted by Alex White.
Past productions:Christmas: A Christmas Carol Easter: Alice in Wonderland Halloween: Macbeth
Directors: Leopold & Tracy
Music: Tom Menary & Dom Lee
Second Witch: Rosie Mullin
Sergeant (Angus): Midge Mullin
August: Osage County
in the Phonic FM studio
Fascinating details of the production story and characters can be found on the EUTCo "August: Osage County" Facebook Page. Run opens Wednesday.
|The cast of "August: Osage County"|
Julie Sampson: "Tessitura"
At 11.30am poet Julie Sampson will join us again, for a selection of poems from her new publication "Tessitura". Julie read a few extracts at last Thursday's 'Uncut Poets' night in the Black Box at Exeter Phoenix and her work is sensational.
reads extracts from "Tessitura"
Exeter Phoenix, Thursday 30 January
Other events in the past week:
Glenorchy Church Exmouth
Wednesday 29 January
|The welcome return of|
soprano: Rosemary Henry
& clarinettist: Philip Henry
|and the ever-popular|
composer and accompanist
|Trio: "Gather ye Rosebuds While ye May"|
(Robert Herrick/Josephine Pickering)
|Soprano & Piano: "The Butterfly"|
(William Wordsworth/Josephine Pickering)
"Songs about Song" - the full programme:
Josephine Pickering: "Gather ye Rosebuds"
Antonin Dvořák: "Songs My Mother Taught Me"
Felix Mendelsohn: "On Wings of Song"
James Molloy: "Love's Old Sweet Song"
Isaac Albeniz: "Tango" & Billy Amstell: "Stick o' Liquorice" (clarinet & piano)
Domenico Scarlatti: Sonatas K119 (D major) & K198 (A minor) (solo piano)
Samual Liddle: "How Lovely are thy Dwellings"
Karl Jenkins: "He wishes for the Cloths of Heaven"
Josephine Pickering: "The Butterfly"
Alan Bullard: "The Nutting Girl"
Totnes Music Now & Soundart Radio
First Spark Festival:
Friday 31 January
Friday 31 January
|Supervised by Sam Richards|
|György Ligeti: "Poème Symphonique|
... pour une trentaine de Métronomes"
Sam Richards & Lona Kozik
|As the metronomes run down,|
Nonclassical D.J. Nwando Ebizie
takes over for a digital music set.
David Stanley introduces
"Tierkreis" - "Zodiac"
|The computer begins with|
"Fische" - "Pisces"
|David Stanley on guitar-synthesiser|
adds "Wassermannn" - "Aquarius"
|Eliza Jacobs on electric 'cello|
glissandos in with extracts from . . .
|Sam Richards introduces '4Hands'|
Lona Kozik & Elie Fruchter
Darius Milhaud: "Le Boeuf sur le Toit"
(1920 surrealist ballet)
|(The Ox on the Roof)|
extended to accompany Mutual Films
1916 Charlie Chaplin classic
|featuring Lloyd Bacon in the much re-used|
That Nonclassical programme in full:
1. György Ligeti: "Poeme Symphonique pour 100 Métronomes" Coordinator: Sam Richards
2. Francis Dhomont: "Novars" (Mvt 3 of "Cycle du son" 1989)
3. Jean-Claude Risset: "Sud" (1985) both recorded by: Sam Richards
3. Darius Milhaud: "Le Boeuf sur le Toit" (The Ox on the Roof - The Nothing-Doing Bar)
Piano: "4Hands" (Lona Kozik & Elie Fruchter) - with Charlie Chaplin: "The Floorwalker"
4. Karlheinz Stockhausen: "Tierkreis" (Zodiac) "Pisces", "Aquarius", "Virgo" & "Scorpio"
"Musik im Bauch" (Music in the Belly) 1975 Guitar: David Stanley 'Cello: Eliza Jacobs
5. Lucinda Guy: "Said We Think Feel This" (Archive interviews about High Cross House)
Electro-Acoustic Music: Lucinda Guy
6. Lona Kozik: "Spectra" Piano & Electronics: Lona Kozik Visuals: Sarah Howe
House of Marbles, Bovey Tracey
Sunday 2 February
amongst delicate glassware
|Composer and conductor Sam Richards|
arrives and sizes up the situation
|A great combined sound|
|Violin: John McNichol|
|Violin: Carole Saint|
|Violin: Lindsay Hughes|
|Violin: Ruth Ayling|
|Violin: Martin Kent|
|Viola: Hilary Lade|
|Double Bass: Pat Butterly|
|'Cello: Eliza Jacobs|
|'Cello: Elie Fruchter|
|Chris Booth makes an audio recording|
for Soundart Radio
(7pm the same day)
|Dean Puckett & Alice Armstrong|
collect video for Dead Dean Films
(with Soundart presenter Seany T.)
Mary Harris Chapel
Sunday 2 February
|Remembering Simeon & Anna|
|Festival of the Purification|
|Organist: David Davies|
|Michael Graham conducts|
Exeter University Chapel Choir
|Matthew Cann: "Ave Maria"|
Events for the first week of February:
with Nicky Perry
Glenorchy Church Exmouth
Wednesday 5 February 12.30pm
Soprano: Alison Burnett
Piano: David Davies
|Première: 28 June 2007|
Exeter Northcott Theatre
Wednesday 5 - Saturday 8 February 7.30pm
AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY
Winner of the Pulitzer Drama Prize 2008
Tracy Letts' dark comedy about a
dysfuncional Oklahoma family in crisis.
Tickets: Wed/Thur £12 Fri/Sat £14
School Groups of 10+: £6 each 11th FREE
(Age restriction: 16+)
Box Office: 01392 493493 10am-6pm Mon-Sat
or book online (Over-50s reading Wed 29 Jan)
Broadclyst Parish Church
Saturday 8 February 10.30am
Piano: John Scarfe
Flute: Joanna Todd
Join the crowd for coffee & biscuits
|South West Camerata|
Exeter Cathedral Quire
Saturday 8 February 1.30-2.45pm
Director: Fiona McLean-Buechel
South West Camerata
J S Bach: Brandenburg Concerto VI
Dmitri Shostakovich: "Prelude"
Karl Jenkins: "Palladio"
Jacques Offenbach: "Grand Galop"
Pamela Wedgwood: "Jazzing About Suite"
|Devon County Junior Choir|
(Musical Director: Rachel Smith)
Gary Barlow: "Sing"
arranged by Camerata violinist
|St Lawrence Chapel Ashburton|
(St Lawrence Chapel granted to Ashburton by Bishop Stapledon 1314)
St Lawrence Chapel Ashburton
Saturday 8 February 7.30pm
ST PETER'S SINGERS
Based: Exeter Cathedral
Director: David Davies
Sacred & Secular Choral Music
01364 653414 11am-4pm Mon-Fri
Proceeds towards restoration of the
St Lawrence Chapel Tower
Flautist Judith Hall
(second from left)
At Powderham Castle
with Andrew Gillett
Vicky Evans & Mary Eade
Sunday 9 February 3pm
SUITES & CONCERTI
J S Bach: "Brandenburg Concerto No 4"
Antonio Vivaldi: "Concerto for Two Flutes"
Pietro Locatelli: "Concerto Grosso No 2"
Ralph Vaughan Williams:
"Fantasia on Greensleeves"
Clive Jenkins: "Sinfonietta for Strings"
Carl Nielsen: "Little Suite for Strings"
Christoph Billibald Gluck:
"Dance of the Blessed Spirits"
Director: Mary Eade
Flutes: Judith Hall & Jonty Hedges
Complimentary interval drinks
Tickets: £15 (student £5)