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We're looking ahead to our next concert on March 9th when we'll welcome Ruth Molins and her flute. She'll be accompanied by some of the string players from the Earworms team, Julie Hill & Andrew Gillett, along with cellist Hilary Boxer.
We'll update you with more details of the programme Ruth is planning nearer the time.

In the meantime - here are some more photos from this months concert.

Harpe Noire at Earworms

We enjoyed a wonderfully illustrated journey around the world with harp duo, Harpe Noire on Sunday. Special visits from Ivor Blister, a cowboy and a
Scot - complete with Kilt!

Here are a few photos, more to follow!

February Earworms

We're looking forward to February's event tomorrow.

Harpe Noire are joining us and have prepared a wonderfully varied
programme - there's certainly something for everyone from Star Wars to The Swan, with all the usual fun from Mervyn. The two harpists, Liz Grier and Emma Graham are very experienced both as wonderful performers and presenters, it promises to be another lovely concert.

If you have time to come along a little early, there are lots of other activities taking place tomorrow as part of the Northcott's family funday, the cafe will be open too for the usual delicious cakes and coffee.

We've just taken delivery of our new Earworms T shirts - if your own little Earworm would like one, we'll be taking orders tomorrow.
We hope to see you there!

Family Fun Day

Alongside our Earworms concert this coming Sunday, Exeter Northcott have a Family Funday with all sorts of activities to enjoy.
You can find more information here -

Our concert with Harpe Noire begins at 2pm - come along and hear the duo of harpists alongside the usual Earworms fun! The cafe will also be open, so pop along early and make a day of it.

Earworms tickets still available from the box office - 01392 493493 or in person from Exeter Tickets & Information, Dix's field.

Can a harp sound like Dr Who's Tardis?

Hello, Earworms! It's Emma from the Earworms team, here. Do you mind me calling you 'Earworms'?

I'm really excited about our next performance by Harpe Noire. When we first started talking about our new family concert series, we had the harp in mind as one of those instruments people think they know, but don't very often have the chance to hear and see live and up close. One of the lovely aspects of Earworms is the range of music and instruments you discover. You'd be hard pressed to come up with a sound more different to last month's Devon Youth Jazz Orchestra. We aim to tickle your ears in as many different ways as there are sounds in the world.

Harpe Noire come from a world of harps that reaches way beyond the 'pretty women in lovely frocks' that we all imagine.

And yes, there is a world of harps. Did you know that the harp is the Paraguayan national instrument? Many different cultures have a harp in their midst, and Harpe Noire will transport us musically from England to Ireland, over the sea to the USA for a bit of jazz (not so far from DYJO, then), via Paraguay to Japan, back to Europe, all within an hour and possibly including a star turn from a famous mystery guest harpist, some sausages and a bit of tin foil.

If you don't know the answer to the Tardis question above, neither do I. Like me, you'll have to come to the Northcott Theatre, Exeter, at 2pm on Sunday 16th Feb to find out. See you there!