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Plymouth Philharmonic Choir at the Guildhall (review)

Plymouth Philharmonic Choir’s latest offering at the Guildhall certainly didn’t disappoint its many fans. Review by Philip R Buttall.

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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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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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Plymouth Philharmonic Choir at the Guildhall (review)

Plymouth Philharmonic Choir at the Guildhall

There was surely no finer way to end the city’s Armed Forces Week, than with Plymouth Philharmonic Choir’s quite superb performance of Karl Jenkins’s The Armed Man at the Guildhall. 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 produced a stunning performance full of passion and emotion at the Guildhall. Review by Philip R Buttall.

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Plymouth Philharmonic Choir at the Guildhall (review)

Plymouth Philharmonic Choir at the Guildhall

The superb performance by Plymouth Philharmonic Choir at the Guildhall was a fitting tribute to choir president Philip Liddicoat, says classical reviewer 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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Plymouth Philharmonic Choir at Plymouth RC Cathedral (review)

Plymouth Philharmonic Choir at Plymouth RC Cathedral (review)

Plymouth Philharmonic Choir gave a highly idiomatic performance at the city’s RC Cathedral yesterday evening – further enhancing the choir’s reputation in terms of its versatility.

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