Evoc chamber music group is a collection of musicians who have trained professionally.
We all enjoy the art of music making and use our combined talents to perform eclectic programmes of musical entertainment.
Evoc offer a warm welcome to musicians, young and old, who would enjoy the experience of playing with a highly talented group.
Founded the Evoc Music group in 1975 whilst serving with the Royal Engineers in Southwood Camp, Cove. The name was the idea of Lt. Col Stan Patch and is Cove spelt backwards!
Stewart started playing the flute as a boy and studied the flute at the Royal Military School of Music, Kneller Hall.
Tony joined the British Army as a junior musician, attended lessons at the Guildhall School of Music and over many years honed his skills to become a fine clarinet player.
Susan trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music in Cardiff with Martin Ronchetti, Principal Clarinet of the BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra.
David started playing the clarinet whilst at secondary school and has enjoyed playing with groups, large and small, ever since.
Val enjoys playing the clarinet and has spent a number of years passing on her skills to young people.