Philharmonic choir gearing up for first Exmouth concert

PUBLISHED: 17:00 12 October 2019

Exeter Philharmonic Choir. Picture: Clive Stubbings

Exeter Philharmonic Choir. Picture: Clive Stubbings


Exeter Philharmonic Choir will be making its debut performance in Exmouth later this month.

The choir, which boasts 
more than 100 members, 
will be singing at the 
Holy Trinity Church on Saturday, October 26, from 7.30pm.

They will be performing Chichester Psalms by Leonard Bernstein and Rejoice in the Lamb by Benjamin Britten.

The performance will 
also feature two or three pieces written by Gustav Holst.

Clive Stubbings, one of 10 choir members from Exmouth, is looking forward to performing in front of a home audience.

He said: "It will be lovely to perform on the home patch and bring the choir down here - it's also a lovely church to perform in."

The choir dates back to the mid 1800s making it one of the oldest music organisations in history.

Tickets costing £14 are available from Cabin News, 
in The Parade, or on the 

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