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world of song 400

Torbay Singers present a cosmopolitan selection of sacred and secular songs from around the world - from Argentina to Norway, Africa to ... Devon! With music by Copland, Rutter, Rachmaninov, Rheinberger and more.

Conducted by Tina Guthrie

In Torquay on Saturday 17th June 2017, 7.30pm ...

Church of St John the Apostle, Montpellier Road, Torquay TQ1 1BJ

Tickets: £10 (under 25s in full-time education FREE)
by phone from 01803 782677, 
from Visitor Information Centre, 5 Vaughan Parade, Torquay
or on the door. 

... and in Crediton on Sunday 18th June 2017, 3pm

Crediton Parish Church, Crediton EX17 2AH

Crediton performance as part of CREDFEST 2017 and all proceeds will be donated to the Music Endowment Fund of Crediton Parish Church.

JS Bach "... as we all know from the Mass in B minor, there is no other composer before or since who can match the sheer thrill and zest of his festive music: the way it makes your spirit soar – vigorously martial one moment, transcendent the next, giving us an inkling or glimpse of how the angels might sound if only we could hear them play"
- Sir John Eliot Gardiner.

Bach B minor Mass

with orchestra (leader Brenda Willoughby)

Soloists from the Royal Academy of Music -
Nika Gorič (soprano)
Frances Gregory (mezzo-soprano)
Alex Bevan (tenor)
Edmund Danon (bass)

Conducted by Tina Guthrie

Saturday 25th March 2017, 7.30pm

St Mary the Virgin Church, St Marychurch, Torquay TQ1 4QY

Tickets: £12 (under 25s in full-time education FREE)
by phone from 01803 782677, 
from Fables Bookshop, Fore Street, St Marychurch
or some tickets may be available on the door.