A biennial West Tamar concert series has returned this year for a "marvelous" two nights of music, from bluesy rock to soprano singers.
The second of two Music in the Churches events, run by the West Tamar Arts Group, was held in the Exeter Anglican Church on Saturday night.
It followed an earlier matinee event the week prior in the Auld Kirk at Sidmouth.
"We had a marvelous night," said Hilary Keeley, vice chair of the WTAG. "I was blown away."
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The Exeter church was filled out for the event, which featured performances by The Ferguson Brothers, The Clarinet Quarter, and soprano Samantha Hammersly.
"The idea of having different music in the churches is because of course the acoustics in the churches are fantastic," Ms Keeley said.
Organising the event every second year, and raising the funds to host it, can be hard work for the six committee members.
"But we enjoy doing it and obviously the community enjoy [it]," she added.
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