Cambridge Classical Concert Series

The Cambridge Classical Concert Series has been bringing world class orchestras, soloists and conductors to the Corn Exchange for over 30 years, the 2017/18 series promises to be the most exciting yet.

Highlights include the return of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra who last performed at Cambridge Corn Exchange back in 2010; an outstanding concert by the Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by its charismatic Principal Conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen; three concerts by the Corn Exchange’s resident orchestra the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; visits by a range of exciting, international world-class European orchestras; Cambridge University undergraduate music student, Jay Richardson, named as Composer in Residence for the second consecutive year; and the announcement of BBC New Generation Artist Esther Yoo (violin) as Artist in Residence.

Tickets are now on sale for people booking 6, 7 or all 8 concerts.  Savings of up to £122 can be made by taking out a full series subscription, which also includes a free ticket to the Z.E.N. Trio performance with Esther Yoo on Monday 2 October.

Current subscribers can renew their subscriptions by Wednesday 7 June by contacting the Box Office on 01223 357851.

Tickets for individual concerts (and Multibuy savings for 3, 4 or 5 concerts) go on sale on Tuesday 13 June.  

Create is the Cambridge Classical Concert Series education programme, it aims to open up the world of Classical music. We offer young aspiring musicians the opportunity to perform alongside and learn from the world class musicians that we bring to Cambridge. We are also passionate about providing a platform for young people to engage with classical music for the first time.