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November 2018
7:00 pm — 10:00 pm

Somerset County Orchestra – Vaughan Williams A London Symphony (No 2), Bliss, Gurney and Butterworth

An orchestral concert of English music commemorating the centenary of the end of World War 1.

Amici – Songs of Peace

Having performed much of his music in the past, Amici is to continue its collaboration with Will Todd and his jazz trio in the comfortable surroundings of St James’ Church in Taunton. Tickets £20/£15 (students £10/£7.50 – under 12’s free) from Taunton Visitor Centre (01823 340470) or from the Amici website (www.amicichoir.org.uk) ‘Songs of Peace’ – Will Todd ‘Lights, Stories, Noise, Dreams, Love and Noodles’ – words by Michael Rosen – music Will Todd ‘Ubi Caritas’ – Richard Allain ‘Saint Chapelle’…

December 2018

Taunton Sinfonietta – Young Musician’s Platform

The winner of the Taunton Young Musician 2018 will be a soloist, details later. We will also present another world premiere by Sarah Wormell. Mary Eade performs a Bach Violin Concerto, Corelli’s Christmas Concerto, Rutter Suite for Strings, Mozart Serenata Notturna and pieces by Leroy Anderson Tickets £15, friens £12, children £1.

Taunton Concert Band – Christmas Concert

Taunton Concert Band is delighted to bring their annual Christmas Concert to you at Queen’s College for the first time. We are planning to have an evening full of festive frivolity and cheer under the musical direction of Martin Wills but do listen out for the occasional adventure into the darker side… a minor misdemeanour perhaps? All will be revealed as we invite you to step away from the hustle and bustle of your own Christmas preparations and treat yourself…

February 2019

Taunton Sinfonietta – Classical music concert

Classical orchestral music programme to be confirmed later

March 2019

Taunton Concert Band – Spring Concert

Taunton Concert Band’s Spring concert with a feast of music to get you in the mood for the spring.

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