April 2, 2011 § Leave a comment
Formed in 2008, the Obligato String Quartet have performed at many weddings, church and civil ceremonies, evening meals and parties, graduation celebrations, charity events, garden parties and the re-opening of the Northcott Theatre. We can tailor our music to your event and your desired atmosphere. Our repetoire contains all the traditional String Quartet repertoire, film and television themes, tangos, music from West End musicals and traditional jigs, reels and hornpipes.
February 22, 2011 § Leave a comment
The Eade String Quartet was founded in 2002 by Mary Eade and performs at venues throughout Devon and Cornwall, including concerts as part of Exeter University’s public concert series. The quartet’s varied repertoire ranges from the 18th to the 21st century, including works by Beethoven, Vaughan Williams and Debussy, and in 2005 they gave the world premiere of Patricio da Silva’s String Quartet. The quartet’s ambition is to take the elitism out of chamber music and to make it available to all. It is available to play for Music Societies and Festivals, and for educational work.
Contact: Mary Eade
November 9, 2010 § Leave a comment
The Piazzolla Duo perform an extensive repertoire for flute and guitar, playing music from the Renaissance, Baroque and Classical periods through to the Romantic and the contemporary, with notable performances of Piazzolla, Villa-Lobos and Albeniz. On a lighter level, the duo play requests ranging from Bach to the Beatles, Gershwin to Lloyd Webber, including show tunes and film themes. Ruth and Clive are currently promoting their forthcoming CD ‘Tango, Bamba, Samba!’ with a series of concert, radio and T.V. appearances. As well as concert programmes, The Piazzolla Duo can provide music for celebrations, events and festivals.
Contact: Clive Betts (guitar) or Ruth Avis (flute)
Telephone: 07791 333924 (Clive)
Email: email@example.com (Ruth)
October 29, 2010 § Leave a comment
Established at the end of 1998, we promote taiko drumming in the UK. Based in Exeter, we have three different performing groups who have played nationally and internationally in a wide range of locations, from street and village festivals to major venues such as the Royal Albert Hall, Birmingham Symphony Hall, and even the Milan Fashion Show.
Kagemusha Junior Taiko has been running in Exeter since 1999. More than a group, it’s a youth taiko programme with members age 10-18 coming from schools within a 20 mile radius of the city. Admission is by audition, usually starting in September. Older players have joined the adult Kagemusha Taiko Group.
Contact: Kagemusha Taiko
Telephone: 01392 494486
Address: P.O.Box 128, Exeter, EX4 6YT
August 31, 2010 § Leave a comment
String quartet and violin/piano duo available for playing at events including weddings, birthday parties, corporate events and private celebrations.
Contact: Sarah Greinig
August 27, 2010 § Leave a comment
Chamber ensemble directed by Laurence Blyth.
Contact: Laurence Blyth
August 27, 2010 § Leave a comment
Former girl choristers of Exeter Cathedral Choir. Isca Voices aim to perform not only from the vast wealth of religious choral music from across the centuries but also to sing music from the folk, jazz and popular repertoires in close harmony. Isca Voices are available for concerts, charity events and weddings.