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Folies et Folettes: virtuoso French baroque music for viols and theorbo

Tickets are available now from Taunton Visitor Centre ( £10 full price, £5 for students and under 12s free)  The second concert at 6pm on Monday May 7th is in the Church of St John the Baptist, Wellington TA21 8QY, when BEMP singers under their principal Musical Director, JanJoost van Elburg, will present a programme of music from Spain and Portugal.  This Iberian Treasury will contain works by Spanish and Portuguese composers who span the renaissance years starting with the…

Iberian Treasury: Renaissance music from Spain and Portugal

Over the May Day Bank Holiday weekend Blackdowns Early Music Projects are promoting two concerts, this is the second second concert, starting at 6pm on Monday May 7th in the Church of St John the Baptist, Wellington TA21 8QY.  BEMP singers under their principal Musical Director, JanJoost van Elburg, will present a programme of music from Spain and Portugal.  This Iberian Treasury will contain works by Spanish and Portuguese composers who span the renaissance years starting with the work of…

St John the Evangelist, Park Street, Taunton – Lunchtime Concert

‘A Celebration of Somerset Day’.  Gibby Swaine, Sue Watts and The Stoggy Men along with Tom Mayberry (CE of Heritage SW). The history and heritage of Somerset will be celebrated in a specially extended hour long concert. Gibby Swaine and Sue Watts have been making music together for many years and have invited The Stoggy Men, from Stogumber, to join in a programme that will explore the wealth of traditional Somerset music. Tom Mayberry will take us back to 878…

Amici – Staple Fitzpaine Flower Festival

A flowery programme for Staple Fitzpaine’s Flower Festival. More details of our programme nearer the time – check back here for more details.

Bridgwater Choral Society – Faure Requiem, Handel Coronation Anthems, Cooper Benedicite (first performance)

Exciting programme of Faure, Handel, and our conductor Iain Cooper’s new work written for the Society, Benedicite.  This will be the first performance of this piece for choir, brass quintet, piano duet and timpani.  Full professional orchestra, leader Brigid Kirkland-Wilson.  Soloists Mary Morgan (soprano) and Andre Soares (baritone).  Conductor Iain Cooper.

Taunton Festival of the Arts – Britten’s “Noye’s Fludde”

Benjamin Britten’s modern mystery play. Presented by Taunton Music Trust, Somerset Opera and Taunton Festival of the Arts – as a celebration of the life of Brian Cresswell. There will be two performances on 19th May: Afternoon at 2.30 pm and early evening at 6.00 pm

The Phoenix Singers – Magnificent Mr Handel

The Phoenix Singers – Music Director Andrew Maddocks with soprano soloist Alice Privett will present a concert with baroque instrumentalists at St Peter and St Paul Church, South Petherton. The programme will feature choruses and arias from ‘Messiah’, ‘Laudate Pueri Dominum’ and other great works by Handel.

Taunton Festival of the Arts – Gala Evening

Taunton Festival of the Arts will bring the Music, Drama and Dance sections together for a spectacular evening of entertainment.

Wellington Choral Society – ‘Summer Sing Choral Workshops’

If you like singing and are thinking of trying something new, why not join us on one or both Wednesdays, 6th and 13th June, as we explore a French theme in two Summer workshops, conducted by Laurence Blyth. The main work we’ll be looking at will be Duruflé’s Requiem, in preparation for our November concert, REMEMBRANCE – 100 YEARS. (Click on the link below for more about the concert programme.) Fee: £5 per workshop, plus a £10 deposit for score hire.…

St John the Evangelist, Park Street, Taunton – Lunchtime Concert

Richard Huish College –  Advanced Musicians’ Summer Recital Talented soloists on a variety of instruments will perform a programme of pieces ranging from classical to jazz. Accompanied by Course Manager for Music, Kathryn Foyle, there will be something to suit all tastes during the summer lunchtime. Doors open at 12 noon and cold drinks will be served before the start of the concert. Retiring collection: Open Door and St John’s Church  

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