22nd June 12:45 EARLY SOUNDS - Cambridge - Fitzwilliam Museum - FREE
Bring your little ones for a musical adventure, based on inspiration from the Museum. The workshop is delivered by a Finnish early childhood music teacher, Dr. Laura Huhtinen-Hildén.A collaboration with Music Educators and Researchers of Young Children (MERYC).
Meet in the Courtyard Entrance. Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult throughout the duration of the workshop.
Booking essential. To register your interest please tel: 01223 332904 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org, unless otherwise stated. Places will be confirmed on receipt of payment.
Saturday 13th May - Lunchtime concert - FREE
1:30pm – 2:30pm
Lee Hall, Wolfson College, Cambridge
Lunchtime concertCouperin Passacaille, G. 27 (arr. Cross)Bach English Suite, BWV 808 (arr. Cooke)Scarlatti Sonatas K. 380 & 466 (arr. Kerr & Cooke)Sor L'Encouragment, Op. 34Morgan Buckley and Ian Cross, guitar duo. Concert free
Sunday 14th May - 2:30pm Piano recital, Girton College - FREE
Stanley Library, Girton College, Cambridge
Marianne Schönle (piano) withCheng Wei Lim and Martin Ennis (piano duet) Liszt Mephisto Waltz No. 1 Sofia Gubaidulina Chaconne Enrique Granados Quejas o la maja y el ruiseñor (from Goyescas)with works by Brahms Admission free
Sunday 30th April - 5:20pm - Sidney Keyboard Recitals - FREE
Sidney Sussex College Chapel
Sidney Keyboard Recitals Organ Ellie Carte FREE ADMISSION
Saturday 29th April - 7:30pm - Erasmus Chamber Choir - FREE
Church of Our Lady and the English Martyrs, Hills Road, Cambridge, CB2 1JR
Erasmus Chamber ChoirA programme of European sacred music including excerpts from Tye'sMissa Euge Bone and Rubbra's Canterbury Mass, plus music by Duruflé,Gabrieli, Monteverdi, Palestrina and Viadana.Directed by Ian de Massini - Free entry
21st January 2:00pm and 4:00pm
Cambridge Philharmonic Family Concert
So what does a conductor do, anyway?
Have you ever been to a concert and wondered what exactly it is that a conductor does? Well, this is your chance to find out!
We’ll go on a whistle-stop tour of conducting through history (did you know that there were conductors in Ancient Greece?), we'll find out how a conductor can change the sound of an orchestra without even saying a word, and we'll hear amazing music by Mendelssohn and Mahler, Bernstein and Berlioz and lots more besides.
Join the Cambridge Phil and Tim Redmond for this year's Family Concert and, who knows, you might even get to conduct the orchestra yourself!
10th - 15th February
e-Luminate Festival - Cambridge
The e-Luminate Cambridge is the city’s most innovative arts festival showcasing breath taking light installations created by artists, designers and technologists.
The event offers a unique opportunity for residents and visitors to discover the richness and diversity of Cambridge’s iconic buildings and public spaces in a new light.
The e-Luminate Cambridge Festival is an annual event which takes place avery year in February. It comprises spectacular installations, events and a series of talks.
The great thing is that light is a medium accessible to all, and the public is not required to have any prior knowledge of the arts or sciences to come and enjoy this amazing Festival!
The event is organised by an independent non-profit organisation, the e-Luminate Foundation.
Visit their website for more information at www.e-luminatefestivals.co.uk
25th February 7:30pm
Academy of Great St. Mary's Concert £16 for Adults, £7 concessions
The Academy of Great St. Mary's plays Beethoven: Symphony No. 6 ‘The Pastoral’,
Sibelius: Finlandia, Brahms: Hungarian Dances. Conductor Adam Pounds
Tickets £7-£16 from http://www.adcticketing.com
or Great St. Mary’s Shop, or e-mail: email@example.com,
“Concerts at the heart of Cambridge