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Devon Trains And Classical Music With The Two Moors Festival

This year, as many followers of UK classical music festivals will know, the Two Moors Festival is putting on a series of concerts at Tiverton Parkway railway station, following on from the success of a similar idea last year that thoroughly entertained the passengers getting on and off. 233 more words

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Music Day.... It's coming! 

Monday 20th October is the date of Lister’s second Music Day. Year 7 students (plus invited guests from Year 8 Music Specialist School and our GCSE Music groups) will take part in workshops and rehearsals in the morning, before putting on a very special concert to local primary school children, parents and special guests in the afternoon  45 more words

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The Daily Telegraph On The Two Moors Festival Concert Hall

If you’re an avid follower of UK classical music festivals in general and the Two Moors Festival specifically, then you will have heard about how we’re planning to build a concert hall here in the south-west to bring the most exciting musicians and performers down to this part of the world, luring them away from the the concert halls of London. 144 more words

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Two Moors Festival Tiverton Parkway Concerts: A Review

The Two Moors Festival’s Tiverton Parkway concerts kicked off to a fine start with brilliant playing from young cellist, Rebecca McNaught. One of the Festival’s Young Musicians Platform Competition winners, Rebecca performed Bach’s D minor Suite with musicality and a rich tone such as one would expect from seasoned performers. 158 more words

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Maribou State @ Electric Owl, Vancouver: Saturday 20 September 2014

Summer isn’t over just yet boys and girls! We’re supporting Timbre Concerts presents Maribou State with Special Guests Matéo (Ma’am | Slowdjs ) and… 82 more words

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Franz Schubert

With all of the changes that and taken place during the Classical Era and which were continuing to happen, composers of the early Romantic like Franz Schubert were beginning to emerge, “freelance” musicians who, while they often still worked for the church and the court, had another source of income and audience: the public. 707 more words

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Prelude to Schubert

Since I am writing in preparation for a concert, I am not going to write about Haydn, Mozart, or Beethoven today but am going to go right on to Schubert. 704 more words

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