Exeter Festival Chorus
Our most recent concert (Mary's Story)
"Saturday's Cathedral concert was truly wonderful – the Quire was a great place for this programme – I think everybody in the audience felt more involved."
"Thoroughly enjoyed the concert at the cathedral in Exeter. It was a great venue and the acoustics were superb in the Choir stall area. Many of the audience were lost in the occasion with their eyes shut, listening to the great voices. The soprano soloist was amazing."
"Well-tuned chanting in the Szymanowski just hung in the air. Lovely!"
"The choir sounded amazing - I really mean that. The perfection of your 'Quando Corpus' in the Rossini will stay with me for a long time."
"I thought the choir was fantastic. Very difficult repertoire carried off with aplomb!"
Click here to read the review of Mary's Story.
Latest News from EFC
Our next concert
The historic and beautiful setting of Crediton Parish Church forms the backdrop for “Summer Vespers” on Saturday 28 June 2014 – a concert of contemplative and uplifting pieces by J S Bach, Aaron Copland, John Tavener and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Under the baton of Nigel Perrin, Exeter Festival Chorus will be joined by Beth Mackay, award-wining mezzo soprano who made her Proms debut in 2010, and by cellist Hetty Snell, who returns to perform in her home county after touring Europe with the Philharmonia Orchestra and Australia with the Wilhelm Quartet. For more details & to book, please click here.
Come and join us
If you are interested in joining the choir, please click here for more details. Please note that at the moment there are spaces in both the TENOR and ALTO sections.