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www.dpaf.org.uk/wp/

'We provide the opportunity to perform your chosen performing art before an audience and a highly skilled and experienced Adjudicator. Most classes may be entered competitively, but non-competitive entries are welcomed too. Many classes have trophies for the winners.'

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www.exeterorganists.net

‘A friendly and mutually supportive group based in Devon UK. Our membership ranges from non-players to Cathedral organists. All are made to feel equally welcome ... We meet during the year to pursue a wide range of activities including visits to interesting organs, master classes and workshops, concerts and recitals and non-musical social events such as the annual dinner.’

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www.topshamfolkclub.org

'Every Sunday (apart from concert nights) for our singers’ nights from 8pm- 10.30pm. Informal tunes session from 7.30pm. Free entry. All welcome – sing, play, listen, join in ... If you’d like to play just ask the evening’s compère. People normally do two songs or tunes in a 10 minute spot.'

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www.emgsymphonyorchestra.org

'The original Exeter Music Group was founded in 1967 and since that time has grown to the full-scale symphony orchestra that exists today. The EMG Symphony Orchestra provides musicians with the opportunity to perform a wide variety of repertoire and to working with talented soloists, local choirs and a professional conductor.'

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Also indexedExeter Music Group
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www.exeterbachsociety.org

Founded 1995: ‘Since its formation the Society has delved deep into Bach’s repertoire, hosting numerous performances of his Cantatas, Lutheran masses and instrumental works ... We give two or three full-length concerts per year, with additional recitals of Bach’s Cantatas at Exeter Cathedral and local churches ... The choir continues to stay true to its Bach tradition but frequently takes steps into the wider musical world ... In addition to choral performances, the Exeter Bach Society organises a public choral workshop, instrumental recitals and talks throughout the season, which runs from September to early June’.

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www.exephil.org.uk

Founded 1846: ‘Exeter Philharmonic Choir, which has around 115 members, has a long tradition of singing a wide range of choral music, old and new. The choir gives three major concerts a year and performs evenings of Christmas Carols in Exeter Cathedral ... Choir membership is subject to an audition, both on application for membership and every four or five years thereafter. The audition consists of the performance of a prepared piece of your choice to demonstrate your vocal technique, exercises, such as scale singing, to establish your vocal range, and the singing of a piece unseen’.

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www.exetersymphonyorchestra.co.uk

'The Orchestra has its origins back in the 1930s, although what you would recognise as "ESO" started life in 1989 ... Since those early days in the 1980s, we have developed to be the leading symphony orchestra in the City. Members are involved in choosing and developing the musical programme for each year, which we hope is a balance between true classics and also more modern and perhaps lesser known pieces.'

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spectrumdevon.org.uk

Spectrum is Devon’s first and (as far as we know) only choir for LGBTQ+ people and their friends who enjoy singing. If you sing in the shower or at the traffic lights, come sing with us! If someone told you that you can’t sing when you were 13 then come and let us give you a second opinion! We’re an inclusive community choir, so there’s no audition and you don’t need to read music. Our aims are to have fun together, to sing uplifting songs and to build and celebrate our community.‘

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www.exeter-cathedral.org.uk

'The Cathedral makes a significant contribution to music in Exeter with a regular series of concerts, recitals and other events and also hosts other visiting groups ... In recent times our music department has grown to support other choirs who provide opportunities for adult singers outside of the Cathedral Choir as well as nurturing the next generation of musicians through our successful Outreach Programme ... The main organ at Exeter Cathedral is a particularly fine example of English organ-building. In 1665 local organ builder John Loosemore created what has become one of the most distinctive and striking organ cases ever built; successive generations of organ builders have provided instruments of pedigree which have brought joy to all who have worshipped and attended performances.'

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www.artsandcultureexeter.co.uk

‘A varied arts and culture programme engages a range of audiences through exhibitions, performances, festivals and guest lectures, many in our purpose-built venues on campus. With a strategic approach, Arts and Culture inputs into the research agenda by brokering collaborations between artists and researchers of all disciplines and fostering artistic impacts of research. The University also works collaboratively with other arts organisations in Exeter, regionally and nationally and with other universities.’

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exedirectory.org

'Lists resources for contemporary and classical music making in Exeter and the surrounding areas, making it easier for you to find musicians, ensembles and services in a single search. Whether you are looking for information on music teachers, concerts, choirs, instrumental repair or festivals in this area of Devon, you will be able to find it here ...'

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