Baroque Gems – RCM Baroque Ensemble

Venue St Mary's Church, Totnes

Running time 120


Advance tickets £13 and Under 18s £5

On the door tickets £14 and Under 18s £5

Suggested age guidance 10+ years

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Next date 20th October 7:30 pm

About this event

This concert is part of the Totnes Early Music Society Season 2018/19. Four postgraduate students from the Royal College of Music perform music by Bach, Telemann and Vivaldi.

A sparkling selection of music for violin, flute, cello and theorbo from the great Baroque masters, with some lesser known gems thrown in! The programme includes Telemann Fantasias, concerti from Vivaldi and Telemann, and a Bach Trio Sonata..This is the second Totnes Early Music Society concert in a link up with the Royal College of Music to feature postgraduate student and alumni of the college. This talented quartet includes performers from Portugal and Sweden: all are postgraduate students and already experienced performers with a glittering array of prizes to their names.

This is the second concert in the new season from Totnes Early Music Society (TEMS) – see below for further concerts in this series. TEMS Members save at least one third on ticket prices: for more information see

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