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Plymouth Philharmonic Choir at the Guildhall (review)

Plymouth Philharmonic Choir was on top form for a quite superb evening of French music at the Plymouth Guildhall. Review by Philip R Buttall.

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Dartington Community Choir with Devon Baroque at the Great Hall (review)

Dartington Community Choir and Devon Baroque celebrated the 800th birthday of the Thomaskirche Choir with a historically-informed, varied and enjoyable concert at the Great Hall. Review by Philip R Buttall.

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Plymouth Philharmonic Choir at the Guildhall (review)

Plymouth Philharmonic Choir at the Guildhall

Plymouth Philharmonic Choir did Elgar proud with a well-studied performance at the Guildhall. Review by Philip R Buttall.

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Dartington Community Choir at the Great Hall (review)

Dartington Community Choir at the Great Hall

Conductor Jonathan Watts’ magnetism and confident aura wowed the crowd when Dartington Community Choir performed at the Great Hall. Review by Philip R Buttall.

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Plymouth Philharmonic Choir at Plymouth Guildhall (review)

Plymouth Philharmonic Choir at Plymouth Guildhall

Plymouth Philharmonic Choir has performed Rutter’s Magnificat, and Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana before, though not on the same programme.

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Dartington Community Choir presents Elijah at the Great Hall (review)

Dartington Community Choir presents Elijah at the Great Hall

Dartington Community Choir presented an outstanding performance of Mendelssohn’s Elijah in the superb setting and acoustic of Dartington’s Great Hall.

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University of Plymouth Choral Society and Ten Tors Orchestra at St Andrews Church (review)

University of Plymouth Choral Society and Ten Tors Orchestra at St Andrew’s Church

This was bound to be an emotional evening, with conductor, Simon Ible, standing down after 11 years, during which time the University of Plymouth Choral Society has not only grown significantly in size, but immeasurably in reputation.

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