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ExeVox is an auditioning chamber choir of around twenty musicians based in Exeter. Mixing pleasure and work, music and friendship, we are a group of experienced singers brought together by a shared love of music old and new, classical and contemporary, British and beyond - from Tallis to Rachmaninov, Gershwin, Whitacre, from Bach to the Beatles.

ExeVox can supply 8-18 experienced singers for weddings, parties, matinées, soirées, and concerts, singing music from the Renaissance to modern arrangements of popular songs and jazz numbers. Our repertoire spans a myriad of music from Byrd and Vittoria through Bach, Handel, Purcell, Mozart, Schubert, Rachmaninov and Tchaikovsky, to King's Singers' hits, folksongs and modern favourites. We rehearse for specific performances, and are happy to discuss your requirements for a tailor-made programme.

We have a reduced rate for charity concerts and have worked with some of the South West's leading charities over the last few years. Please do get in contact if you'd like to discuss booking arrangements further.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


The ExeVox Musical Director is PETER J. ADCOCK  accompanist, performer, musician, teacher and coach, Peter won an organ scholarship to read music at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford University, where he secured a further music scholarship with the highest first in his year. A pianist, organist and flautist, he has studied throughout England, notably with the late Professor Alexander Kelly and Paul Hamburger, and frequently collaborates with other famous musicians including Sir David Willcocks, Robert Tear, Sir Neville Marriner, Bob Chilcott and Nigel Perrin. With a broad repertoire, from Baroque to Twentieth-century, he equally enjoys performing in different media, entertaining and educating, with a private teaching practice in Exeter, coaching musicians and singers of all ages and standards.

He is co-founder and director of ExeVox; organizes concerts, including a weekend of summer concerts for charities at Ugbrooke House (Ugbrooke Music Festival); accompanies in concerts, workshops, auditions, recitals and exams; records; plays for church services, weddings and funerals; arranges and transcribes music using Sibelius software; writes programme notes. Numerous concert and festival engagements as pianist, accompanist and director have taken him from across Great Britain to Austria, France, Sweden, Norway, Italy and Germany.

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