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dramatic sunset w400Saturday 26th November 2016, 7.30pm 

St Matthias Church, Babbacombe Road, Torquay

Music for choir and brass, including: Rutter Gloria

The Torbay Singers are delighted to present the thrilling sounds of choir, brass and percussion in music spanning the sixteenth to the twentieth centuries. Gabrieli's magnificent In Ecclesiis contrasts different groups of singers and brass and was designed for the grand spaces of St Mark's in Venice. Purcell's stately Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary mingles heartfelt grief with royal ceremony. Bruckner's motets scale the heights of emotion. John Rutter's joyful Gloria is one of his most popular works, uplifting and energetic by turns. Join the Torbay Singers and an invited brass ensemble for an evening of music brimming with joy and majesty.

Tickets £12 (under 25s in full-time education free) -
From 01803 782677, from John Couch Estate Agents, Torquay
or reserve online now and pay on the door.

For the full programme see "Read more" below ...

A celebration of beautiful British choral music from from the first Elizabethan era to the present.

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Rich and evocative music by Byrd, Weelkes, Pearsall, Stanford, Harris, Howells, Finzi, Britten, MacMillan and more - click "read more" below to see the full programme below.

Conducted by Tina Guthrie

Saturday 18th June, 7.30pm
Parish Church of St Luke, St Luke's Road, Torquay 

Tickets £10 (under-25s in full-time education FREE)
Phone 01803 782677 or reserve online now

"At its sublime best, Mozart's music contains a feeling of purity that remains an object of utter wonder"  (John Eliot Gardiner)


Saturday 19th March, 7.30pm
St John's Church, Bridgetown, Totnes

Mozart: Solemn Vespers K339,  Great Mass in C minor K427
Soloists: Josie Walledge, Denise Kehoe, Rowena Brown,
Jonathan Schrantz, Timothy Mirfin

with orchestra (leader Brenda Willoughby) and soloists
conducted by Tina Guthrie

Tickets are now sold out. 

Some returns may be available on the night. Text to 07821 732680 for ticket availability.