A Month of Music September Encore: Timothy Parsons and Timothy Noon (organ duo)

Due to popular demand, Exeter Cathedral’s Month of Music has been extended to a September encore! Come and hear Timothy Parsons and Timothy Noon at Exeter Cathedral. Admission included with £5 Cathedral entrance. No booking required. Exeter Cathedral’s Director of Music, Timothy Noon received his early music education as a chorister at Hereford Cathedral, later […]

A Month of Music September Encore: Daniel Maw (tenor) with Timothy Parsons (piano)

A special performance from Daniel Maw and Timothy Parsons as part of our Month of Music Encore at Exeter Cathedral. Admission included with Cathedral entrance (£5). No booking required.  Timothy Parsons is Assistant Director of Music at Exeter Cathedral, having previously held posts at the cathedrals of Hereford and Winchester. He was a chorister at […]

A Month of Music: Alice Risdon-Osborne (Mezzo-Soprano) with Timothy Noon (Piano)

A special performance from mezzo-soprano Alice Risdon-Osborne with Timothy Noon on piano, as part of our Month of Music at Exeter Cathedral. Admission included with Cathedral entrance (£5). Alice Risdon-Osborne is currently an alto choral scholar in Exeter Cathedral Choir, as well as being in demand as a solo and consort singer in groups around […]

A Month of Music: Andrew Millington (Organ)

A special performance from Organist Andrew Millington as part of our Month of Music at Exeter Cathedral. Admission included with Cathedral entrance (£5). Andrew Millington served as Director of Music at Exeter between 1999 and 2015. He is also active as a composer, and has had several choral pieces published. In 1975 he was appointed […]

A Month of Music: Timothy Noon (Piano)

A special performance from Timothy Noon as part of our Month of Music at Exeter Cathedral. Admission included with Cathedral entrance (£5). Timothy Noon has been Director of Music at Exeter Cathedral since 2016, having previously held positions in Cathedrals in the UK, Republic of Ireland, and New Zealand. Since winning the prestigious ‘Limpus’ prize […]