Church welcomes back lunchtime concerts

Glenorchy United Reformed Church, on Exeter Road. Picture contributed.

Lunchtime concerts are returning to Glenorchy United Reformed Church - Credit: Archant

After a gap of 18 months due to Covid-19, a new season of concerts begins on Wednesday this week, October 6, in Exmouth.
The concerts are usually classical or light classical with an occasional foray into jazz. The starting time is 12.30pm and they run for about three quarters of an hour in Glenorchy United Reformed Church in the town’s Exeter Road.  
There is no admission fee, just a plate at the door at the end of each concert for voluntary donations. The first concert is being given by Joyce Clarke on the church grand piano.   Joyce has played in previous seasons and is also the pianist for the Beacon Piano Trio.  
The concerts take place every Wednesday until the end of April, with a short break over Christmas and New Year.
Some of the concerts will be by solo artists, whilst others will feature instrumentalists or singers.  
Flyers listing the first half of the season up to December can be picked up at any time when the church building is open, which is most weekday mornings.
 

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