Cambridge Music Festival hosts a series of events throughout 2022.
Booking soon – a new series of autumn concerts in venues across the city.
Festival favourites The Academy of St Martin in the Fields return with pianist Jan Lisiecki (who made a triumphant CMF debut in 2018) and London Mozart Players perform Britten and Mozart with three fantastic soloists – Martin James Bartlett, Ben Johnson & Ben Goldscheider.
Composer & pianist Graham Fitkin brings his programme of piano music for up to 8 Hands (with a little help of course) and there’ll be open air music too, in the shape of a sound and light show in collaboration with local schools, inspired by The Carnival of the Animals.
It’s a great year for fans of cello repertoire as Steven Isserlis, joined by Connie Shih, explores links between Mendelssohn & Schubert. Having made his debut in our first post-lockdown event, Sheku Kanneh-Mason returns with the London Mozart Players in a key work by Bloch.
Choral fans won’t be disappointed either, as local superstars the Choir of King’s College and The Academy of Ancient Music join forces for Mozart at King’s Chapel; and The Tallis Scholars transport us to the Golden Age of Renaissance Spain.
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