|St George's Church, Dunster|
For 24 and 25 October there are are ‘Mix and Match’ events, here the Gildas Quartet, Harvey Davies (piano), Matthew Hunt (clarinet), Matthew Barley (cello), Caroline MacPhie (soprano), Yvonne Howard (mezzo soprano), and Jâms Coleman (piano) form various chamber combinations over two days of concerts and open rehearsals.
The festival culminates in a concert in Exeter Cathedral on 29 October which launches an appeal in the memory of the late John Adie (co-founder of the festival with his wife Penny who remains artistic director). The concert will be given by the Orchestra of the Swan, conductor David Curtis, with music by Sibelius plus Mozart's Clarinet Concerto and Brahms Violin Concerto with young artists Jordan Black (clarinet) and Michael Barenboim (violin). For the Sibelius works the orchestra will be joined by young school-age performers.
In the run up to the festival on Fridays starting on 9 September, concerts at Tiverton Parkway ticket office, have a very specific remit to young artists to perform 29 minutes of music between the 11.38 and 12.09 trains.
Full information from the Two Moors Festival website.