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Blackdowns Early Music Projects: Music of Robert Carver & Ludovico Viadana, Director Andrew Parrott

Tickets available through the website, Ticketsource, at Taunton Visitor centre (01823 340470) and at the door for this interesting juxtaposition of Early Renaissance ideas contained in the rhythmically complex  Robert Carver Mass Dum Sacrum Mysterium written in about 1510, set against the  Vespers of 1612  by Ludovico Viadana, directed by the distinguished conductor and musicologist, Andrew Parrott

Taunton Thespians – The Safari Party

Adult £15 (£10 Sat Matinee) Child/Student £5

Taunton Thespians – The Safari Party

Adult £15 (£10 Sat Matinee) Child/Student £5

Taunton Thespians – The Safari Party

Adult £15 (£10 Sat Matinee) Child/Student £5

Taunton Thespians – The Safari Party

Adult £15 (£10 Sat Matinee) Child/Student £5

Taunton Thespians – The Safari Party

Adult £15 (£10 Sat Matinee) Child/Student £5

Taunton Thespians – The Safari Party

Adult £15 (£10 Sat Matinee) Child/Student £5

The Phoenix Singers – ‘Light Up’ – Charity Fundraiser

Saturday 17th March Concert at Temple Methodist Church, Taunton at 7.30pm. A programme entitled ‘Light Up!’ The Phoenix Singers – Music Director Andrew Maddocks with Queen’s College Chamber Choir – Music Director Ed Jenkins present a gala concert to benefit St Margaret’s Hospice Care. The concert will feature contemporary music including ‘A Little Jazz Mass’ and ‘Aesop’s Fables’ by Bob Chilcott.  Other works include ‘Evening Prayer’ and ‘Prelude’ by the Norwegian composer Ola Gjeilo and a setting of a Shakespeare Sonnet by Swedish…

Taunton Choral Society – St John Passion

Bach’s famous St John Passion in Lent in the conveniently central St James’ Church, Taunton. ‘Cracking The Code’ – pre-concert talk by Ed Goater at 6:45pm Tickets £16 (students £8/under 12s free)

Wellington Choral Society – Handel’s ‘Messiah”

Laurence Blyth is conducting WCS in this much-loved oratorio which, though traditionally performed at Christmas, was originally intended to be sung at Easter. It is now hard to believe that this masterpiece, written in just 24 days, had a cool reception when first performed in London.   Daisy Walford (soprano), Juliet Curnow (mezzo-soprano), Nicholas Hawker (tenor) and Matthew Cann (bass). Our retiring collection will be in support of the Somerset Trust for Arts & Recreation (STAR).   Tickets: Adults £12, Under-18s…

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