Cambridge Summer Music Festival 2014!
The Festival offers a feast of music with our hallmark mix of quality and variety: large-scale choral works, delightful chamber pieces and intimate solo recitals - as well as jazz concerts, world music, street performers and our ever-popular Music for Kids programme.
The legendary Sir Roger Norrington directs the Zürcher Kammerorchester and Zürcher Sing-Akademie in a performance of Bach's St John Passion. Acclaimed pianist Joanna MacGregor, plays the complete Goldberg Variations by J.S. Bach, while the great oboist Nicholas Daniel will perform with the Haffner Ensemble. The well-established Festival Chorus concert, with singers from all over East Anglia conducted by John Rutter, will feature Fauré’s beautiful Requiem. Pianist Lucy Parham and actor Henry Goodman present a fascinating programme of words and music on the Life and Loves of Claude Debussy. Our popular Festival mini-series are all on offer this year including the Fitz Proms in the Fitzwilliam Museum, the Lunchtime Chamber Music and the Sounds Green concerts in the Botanic Garden. The Festival is brought to a wonderful close with a Finale Concert given by 'cellist Natalie Clein and Friends.
Bookings for all events can be made online via this website or in person or by phone from the Cambridge Corn Exchange Box Office (Tel: 01223 357851). There are a limited number of SEASON TICKETS giving admission to every concert in the Festival proper and to top and middle price seats where seats are reserved. Buy online now.
Posted by Cambridge Summer Recitals on May 14 2014 at 2:15am
200 Club - Support music in Cambridge!
Please help us to continue to promote world-class music in Cambridge throughout the year. From just £2 a month you can have a share in our '200 club'. You will be entered into a cash prize draw and each quarter, you get the chance to win up to 40% of the proceeds from the 200 Club. The more people who join, the bigger and better the prizes you can win! To take part download and complete the 200 Club form.
Congratulations to Carol Gardner who won the latest 200 Club quarterly draw.
You can also support Cambridge Summer Recitals via our Sustainability Appeal and play your part in ensuring we are able to provide imaginative, high-quality concerts, and exciting education and outreach programmes, well into the future.
Posted by Cambridge Summer Recitals on January 12 2013 at 3:38am