What's On: Live arts & music

Curating programmes across music, film, live performance and contemporary visual art, Dartington Arts aims to animate our rural space with global perspective and profound experiences.

Our full programme can be found below, or use the yellow filter to browse specific programmes. Our Barn Cinema programme can be found here. For more about our work in the arts and how you can be involved, click here.

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The Longest Night: Society of Strange & Ancient Instruments

  • Sat 14th Dec 2019

Totnes Early Music Society. Norwegian Hardanger fiddle player and singer, Benedicte Maurseth, SSAI’s director, Clare Salaman and harpist Jean Kelly play hardanger fiddles, Swedish nyckelharpa, and clarsach (celtic harp) in songs and dances from Purcell to Playford. More Info >

A Winter's Evening with Reg Meuross

A Winter’s Evening with Reg Meuross

  • Tue 17th Dec 2019

Reg Meuross, acclaimed singer-songwriter and Folking.com Soloist of the Year 2019, returns to the intimacy of the solo format after a successful summer of festival appearances. More Info >

London Baroque: Les Amours Baroque

  • Fri 31st Jan 2020

Totnes Early Music Society. Outstanding viol player Charles Medlam and his daughter Hannah, a soprano, are joined by theorbo player Alex McCartney for a programme of 17th century songs and instrumental music. More Info >

Devon Baroque: 20th Anniversary Concert

  • Sun 16th Feb 2020

Devon Baroque celebrate their 20th birthday with a sparkling concert of concertos for multiple violins and the Handel Concerto Grosso that was the first piece the ensemble ever performed. More Info >