Wednesday 3 October - 7.30pm
"Violin and Piano Duo Elegance"
Ekaterina Shetliffe - Piano + Yulia Nortridzh - Violin
A programme of Grieg, Elgar, Sarasate, Schnitke + Zabach
Tickets from: Ticket and Travel Centre, Market House, Taunton
or on the door.

Price: 8.00 or free to accompanied under 16s.


Sunday - 7th October

Choral Evensong  at 4.00pm for Dedication Sunday
with the Choir of Taunton School
followed by a Service of Benediction
The afternoon starts with tea and cakes at 3.30pm


Friday - 12th October
Music at Lunchtime - 12.45 - 1.30pm

"Lunchtime Interludes"
with the Musicians of Queen's College Taunton
Retiring collection: Freewheelers Emergency Voluntary Service
and St John's Church


Sunday - 14th October
Harvest Service at 10.00am

Sung Eucharist and celebration of Harvest



Sunday - 4th November
Sung Evensong at 4.00pm

with Tea and Cakes at 3.30pm


Friday - 9th November
Music at Lunctime - 12.45 - 1.30pm
"A Showcase for Young Musicians"
with the Students of Wellington School
Retiring Collection: The Archie Project, part of the Reminiscence Learning Dementia Charity, and St St John's Church

LAST CONCERT OF THIS SERIES - Look out for the 2019 Programme


Forthcoming Plans - more details later
Saturday 13th + Sunday 14th - Somerset Voices
Saturday 20th October - Collegium Singers


The August monthly concert saw Mary Morgan and Steve Graham entertain with their  'The Muses Gardin for Delights" programme. Both are pictured here with Mayor of Taunton Deane, Cllr. Catherine Herbert, and the representative from the concert's beneficiaries, St. Margaret's Hopsice.

The June monthly concert saw 85 people come to enjoy musical performances from local students from Richard Huish College. The collection raised £359.50 which will be shared with Open Door and and St John's.

The photograph shows Stephen Bell, together with the Mayor of Taunton Deane, Cllr. Catherine Herbert and her Consort, after an audience of over 90 had enjoyed the regular Lunchtime Concert on 13th July.

Stephen gave an Organ Recital entitled 'In the Company of Bach, Franck and Peteers'.