The Arts Institute, in association with Theatre Royal Plymouth, presents Some Call It Home. Join us for this provocative multimedia music drama that brings to the stage conflicting perspectives of our uneasy relationship with the land – our home, our planet.
With live music and international star soloists, this hard-hitting work of art – part of the Mayflower 400 commemorations – explores how we have shaped human destiny across time by bringing to life pivotal events involving our relationship to our land from 1620 to the present.
Join our final Music Forum of the season, a live-streamed musical evening featuring performance and informal conversation with Dr Robert Taub, Music Director at The Arts Institute, and guest James Barron, New York Times reporter and author of Piano: The Making of a Steinway Concert Grand .
Live from New York, James will join a collaborative presentation with Robert to show us how a Steinway piano is made – starting with the wood in the lumbar yard and ending with the finished product on the concert platform. James and Robert will also discuss and demonstrate ways in which...
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Back in the Big Top.
Against all odds the Circus of Horrors is back performing in a Covid Safe enviroment.
When the Circus of Horrors started in Glastonbury '95 people thought it would run for 25 weeks let alone 25 years, yet here we are a quarter of a century later and the Circus of Horrors is still touring all over the World, still getting rave reviews & still getting...
Despite the restrictions imposed by Covid-19, classical music charity Concerts in the West is delighted to be in a position to invite its audiences to enjoy some wonderful classical music online in 18 unique pre-recorded concerts, giving people a taste of future live concerts.
The online concerts feature a fantastic line-up of top class musicians, including those who were due to play...
The Box has announced four music commissions of £500 each as part of its response to the ongoing health crisis.
‘A week in the life of a locked down musician’ will form part of its major Plymouth After Dark project, as well as support some of the local musicians whose livelihoods have disappeared since government restrictions began in March.
During these unprecedented times when many have been forced to down tools, Plymouth-based Hip Hop Social Collective, Street Factory, creators of the UK’s first Hip Hop theatre, are continuing to reach out with their well-known positive vibe as they continue to stay connected with their community by providing elemental well-being support, mentoring, dance and fitness classes and encouraging...
Beethoven’s magnificent Missa Solemnis, widely considered to be his greatest choral work yet rarely performed in the South West, will be brought to life this March through the combined talent of Exeter Philharmonic Choir, the renowned English Chamber Orchestra and four international soloists.
The one-night performance of this theatrical, yet spiritual work celebrates Beethoven’s 250th birthday. Exeter Philharmonic Choir is the city’s longest-established choral group, soon to mark a major milestone of its own - its 175th anniversary.
The world’s greatest tenor Jonas Kaufmann, respected worldwide for his operatic tones, returns to Vienna in a deeply personal tribute to the world-famous melodies from the birthplace of waltz and operetta.
Filmed live at the magical Wiener Konzerthaus, Jonas Kaufmann My Vienna will be screened in cinemas nationwide on Tuesday 24th March 2020. A must-see event for Jonas Kaufmann fans...