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Wellington Choral Society welcomes all choral singers who would like to join them in a Choral Workshop, which will be part of their preparation for a tri-choir concert in Exeter Cathedral in November of Ralph Vaughan Williams’ A Sea Symphony. The workshop will be led by Music Director, Laurence Blyth. If you are interested in taking part in such a venture, or would just like the opportunity of trying out this incredible piece, why not come along to the workshop and get…
Taunton Concert Band Summer concert will feature popular music from both stage and screen. Also featuring soloist from its very talented band.
An entertainment reflecting on aspects of Romance: Rustic Love, Romantic Love, Tearful Love, Playful Love. Choral music and songs in different styles and moods, old and new. Featuring music by: Monteverdi, Passereau, Elgar, Turner, Brahms, Lennon & McCartney, George & Ira Gershwin, and Rodgers and Hart. Concert ticket only £12 Ticket price including pre-concert tea TBC
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In a combined choir of over 200 voices, Wellington Choral Society, together with Exmouth and Exeter Choral Societies, will be performing Ralph Vaughan Williams’ A Sea Symphony, under the baton of their shared Music Director, Laurence Blyth. They will be accompanied by the Exeter Symphony Orchestra and the concert will take place in the magnificent surroundings of Exeter Cathedral. Tickets, when available, will be: Nave £15, £12 (bookable in advance). Side aisles £10 (available on the night only).
Programme to be decided
A candlelit service following the traditional format of Nine Lessons & Carols. Participation in congregational carols. The event is a ticketed event but there is no charge. A collection will be made during the service. It is advisable to book your ticket in advance. Tickets are available from December 1st.
Music Director, Laurence Blyth, conducts Wellington Choral Society in a performance of Handel’s Messiah.