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Roman River Music @ the Mercury concert series of world-class musicians continues with the masterful cellist Adrian Brendel and international pianist Noam Greenberg, who bring Beethoven’s most popular sonata along with characterful, beautiful music by Debussy and Poulenc, Beethoven’s version of Mozart’s well-known aria from the Magic Flute, and more. Emerge from winter hibernation and experience the beautiful sound of the cello projecting into the auditorium. This promises to be a memorable evening of beautiful music played by two truly…Find out more »
Wednesday 6 March Mifune Tsuji Trio Mifune Tsuji (violin) Jin Theriault (saxophone) Paul Jackson (piano) Wednesday 13 March Lucy Taylor (soprano) & Jeremy Thurlow (piano) Wednesday 20 March Jonas Stonkus (accordion) Wednesday 27 March Symphonia Academica String quartetFind out more »
Light Classical Music, soloists, 'Stacks of Sax' in aid of Guide Dogs www.communitylightorchestra.co.ukFind out more »
Mozart’s mysterious masterpiece and world première at Snape Ipswich Choral Society with Music Director Robin Walker return to Snape following their hugely successful performance of Mendelssohn’s ‘Elijah’ in 2017. The concert on 6 April features a mostly Mozart programme including his famous ‘Requiem’ and a world première of ‘The Affirming Flame’ by Tom Randle. Shrouded in mystery, the commissioning of the unfinished Requiem written at the time of Mozart's death in 1791 has always fascinated the musical world. Mozart’s ‘Requiem’…Find out more »
Trianon continues its Diamond Jubilee with some of the most popular music in the repertoire, sometimes with a slight “twist”. Finlandia will be performed by the orchestra and joined by the choir singing the original hymn written for the premiere. Ronald Corp, distinguished composer and conductor, has his work Jubilant Song! which has been commissioned and premiered by Trianon, and Prokofiev’s children’s musical tale Peter and the Wolf which will be narrated by Stephen Foster, the longest serving presenter on BBC Radio Suffolk. Sibelius Finlandia Prokofiev Peter and the Wolf (Narrator: Stephen…Find out more »
The University of Essex Choir is performing Elgar Dream of Gerontius with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.Find out more »
For forty years the annual Cambridge Summer Music Festival has provided a platform for outstanding soloists, chamber ensembles, choirs and orchestras, as well as supporting talented young artists at the beginning of their careers. It presents works by both living composers and more familiar repertoire, all performed in beautiful historic settings in and around our great city.Find out more »
Date to be confirmed. A summer celebration with music, Spitfire, cannons, cavalry & fireworks! Pack up the hampers and champers and join thousands of loyal fans for an exceptional afternoon and evening of entertainment at the annual Hatfield House Battle Proms Concert.Find out more »