Haydn Creation


Haydn Concert

The Lord Mayor's Concert

Exeter Cathedral

Saturday 16 March 2019 7.30pm


with the London Mozart Players

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 Soprano Kirsty Hopkins
Tenor Mark Dobell
Bass James Gower


Haydn Creation Performers






 Two distinguished, long-established musical ensembles will come together to perform Haydn’s masterpiece Creation for a special Lord Mayor’s Concert in Exeter Cathedral.. Exeter Philharmonic Choir, the city’s oldest choral ensemble, will be joined by world-class musicians from the UK’s longest-established chamber orchestra, The London Mozart Players who are celebrating their 70th anniversary this year.

 Haydn’s Creation is acknowledged as some of the most rewarding and powerful music in the Western canon. He composed it with a broad palette of instrumental colours, directing large orchestral forces in specific and subtle ways.

 The audience in Devon will also be treated to performances from three top-class international soloists who sing with ensembles such as The Sixteen and Westminster Abbey Choir: Soprano Kirsty Hopkins, Tenor Mark Dobell, and Bass James Gower.

online at www.exephil.org.uk, by telephone from EPC tickets 01392 278168, at the box office Exeter Visitor Information Centre and Tickets, Dix’s Field 01392 665885

£28  £22  £14


Brahms / Rossini

June Concert
Brahms Liebeslieder-Walzer, Op. 52

Rossini Petite Messe solennelle

David Davies and Andrew Millington (piano)

StephenTanner (harmonium)

Saturday 1 June 2019 7.30 pm 

Exeter Northcott Theatre


 Exeter Philharmonic Choir's summer concert combines musical drama and colourful, memorable tunes. Rossini’s Mass is a work of contrast and intensity. Despite its title, it is neither ‘small’ nor ‘solemn’ but reflects his great operatic talent. In Brahms’ love songs, possibly inspired by his devotion to Clara Schumann, the composer blends north German folk tunes with the waltz and ländler rhythms of Austria.

The four soloists, Clare Tunney (soprano), Giulia Laudano (mezzo-soprano), Ryan Williams (tenor) and William Pate (bass-baritone), are all supported by the Josephine Baker Trust. Soloists and choir are accompanied by a trio of musicians who have greatly contributed to Exeter’s musical life: David Davies and Andrew Millington (piano) and Stephen Tanner (harmonium).

Booking through Exeter Northcott Theatre 01392 726363, online at www.exeternorthcott.co.uk

Band A and Band B £24
Band C and Band D £16.50




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