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New works by Clive Jenkins

Music publisher Goodmusic has published two new works by local composer and PMA Committee Member Clive Jenkins.

The Five Pieces for Clarinet & Piano marked 10 years of Jeanie Moore's lunchtime recital series at Plymouth Museum & Art Gallery. They were premiered by Peter Cigleris, who later recorded them.

The Four Piano Pieces were played this year at the Tavistock Festival by Mark Bebbington.

They can be read / heard at  

Music by Clive Jenkins


PMA Member Organisations organise and stage most of the musical events in the Plymouth area, and all these are listed in the PMA Concert Diary and online in the Plymouth Classical Music Concert Diary website which includes the latest information on the Accord's and most other concerts in Plymouth and surrounding area. This site also provides a general resource for music-lovers, with links to music websites and organisations. See What's On This Month ..... Next Month.

The PMA also stages a limited number of its own concerts, mostly organised by Clive Jenkins or by Jeanie Moore.

Coming Up..

Sunday 25th November at 7.30 pm at Plymouth Guildhall

Plymouth Symphony Orchestra, conductor Anne Kimber, with the Plymouth Philharmonic Choir, MD Christopher Fletcher
Soloists: Alison Kettlewell, Jonathan Stoughton, Eddie Wade.

Dream of Gerontius

Elgar: Dream of Gerontius

Widely regarded as Elgarís finest choral work, considered by some to be his masterpiece. 

Tickets £18 (children/students £5) on the door, £16 in advance from Mannamead News, 01752 661451 or



The South Devon Decorative and Fine Arts Society has provided support and sponsorship for some of the PMA's activities.
There is likely to be a considerable overlap of interests between its members and ours, and indeed they have run buses from Plymouth to Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra concerts in Exeter.

We are pleased to provide a link to the SDDFAS Website

Previous Event - 25th International Concert Series

Sunday 4th November at the Duke of Cornwall Hotel, Plymouth

Tango Sonoro

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On a wet Sunday afternoon a full house at the Duke of Cornwall heard three well known local musicians playing music rather different from their normal orchestral repertoire.

Jonathan Stromberg - violin, Judy Whitlock - double-bass, flute and vocals, and Noelle Boucherat - piano, have formed the group Tango Sonoro. They focus on Argentinian Tango and Latin dance music and played the well-known Libertango and Oblivion by Astor Piazzolla as well as mambas, The Girl from Iponema and many other tuneful pieces. Jonathan was joined on the dance floor by his tango partner Dolly for some of these, including the encore, the Jalousie tango by Jacob Gade.

The audience was clearly enchanted by the music and the dancing, and the cheerful atmosphere was in great contrast with the increasing dark and wet afternoon outside.

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