Category Archives: music

The Great Bovey Bake Off

Home bakers from Bovey Tracey and around Devon will be competing in the Great Bovey Bake Off. As part of Bovey’s Nourish Festival of food, craft and music, local bakers are invited to enter the competition, which has grown in

The Great Bovey Bake Off

Home bakers from Bovey Tracey and around Devon will be competing in the Great Bovey Bake Off. As part of Bovey’s Nourish Festival of food, craft and music, local bakers are invited to enter the competition, which has grown in

Unusual Japanese instruments feature in Nourish Festival

  Performances on unusual Japanese musical instruments will be one of the highlights of the Nourish Festival in Bovey Tracey. Musician Clive Bell played the shakuhachi for some of the Harry Potter film soundtracks. He is one of the leading

Unusual Japanese instruments feature in Nourish Festival

  Performances on unusual Japanese musical instruments will be one of the highlights of the Nourish Festival in Bovey Tracey. Musician Clive Bell played the shakuhachi for some of the Harry Potter film soundtracks. He is one of the leading

Immersive arts for disabled people in Devon

  Disabled people from Devon will be able to take part in multi-media arts experiences as part of a new project run by CEDA. Working with more than ten artists over two years, Total Immersion will use sound, space and

Immersive arts for disabled people in Devon

  Disabled people from Devon will be able to take part in multi-media arts experiences as part of a new project run by CEDA. Working with more than ten artists over two years, Total Immersion will use sound, space and

Food, craft and music bring a buzz to the streets of Bovey Tracey

Nourish festival of food, craft and music, Bovey Tracey Music: Fri Sat 5 September Food & Craft: Sat 5 Sept Some of the region’s top food producers and craft makers will be in Bovey Tracey for the Nourish Festival, which

Food, craft and music bring a buzz to the streets of Bovey Tracey

Nourish festival of food, craft and music, Bovey Tracey Music: Fri Sat 5 September Food & Craft: Sat 5 Sept Some of the region’s top food producers and craft makers will be in Bovey Tracey for the Nourish Festival, which

b-side contemporary arts festival

b-side contemporary arts festival returns this year to take an alternative view of Portland, Dorset exploring this dramatic and beguiling island location and its rich geographical, social and cultural histories. Artists have been researching the area, collecting ideas and information

b-side contemporary arts festival

b-side contemporary arts festival returns this year to take an alternative view of Portland, Dorset exploring this dramatic and beguiling island location and its rich geographical, social and cultural histories. Artists have been researching the area, collecting ideas and information

900 Years of Light

Artist explores 900 years of cathedral history

Exeter Cathedral will be the setting for a multimedia response to the building’s 900 year history and the contributions that craftspeople have made during that time. 900 Years of Light is the culmination of Cathedra 900, an Arts Council England funded project by artist

900 Years of Light

Artist explores 900 years of cathedral history

Exeter Cathedral will be the setting for a multimedia response to the building’s 900 year history and the contributions that craftspeople have made during that time. 900 Years of Light is the culmination of Cathedra 900, an Arts Council England funded project by artist

Woodchuck. Photo Jim WIleman

Young children learn complex musical rhythms with new teaching method

Children at Cockwood Primary School, Devon are learning musical rhythms which experienced musicians can find tricky. The lessons are part of a trial using a revolutionary way of learning music devised by a researcher at Exeter University. The teaching is

Woodchuck. Photo Jim WIleman

Young children learn complex musical rhythms with new teaching method

Children at Cockwood Primary School, Devon are learning musical rhythms which experienced musicians can find tricky. The lessons are part of a trial using a revolutionary way of learning music devised by a researcher at Exeter University. The teaching is