2014 Festival

CMF 2014 - Philip Glass & The Philip Glass Ensemble performed as well as Viktoria Mullova and Britten Sinfonia

Philip Glass & The Philip Glass Ensemble: excerpts – Glassworks, Koyaanisqatsi, Music in 12 parts and more

Viktoria Mullova (violin/director) & Philharmonia Orchestra: Beethoven Violin Concerto

Choir of King’s College Cambridge & the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment: Bach Magnificat (soloists: Helen-Jane Howells, Susanna Hurrell, David Allsopp, James Gilchrist, Ben Appl)

Britten Sinfonia & Cambridge University musicians: Britten War Requiem (soloists: Evelina Dobraceva, John Mark Ainsley, Neal Davies; conductor: Stephen Cleobury)

Chamber Music:

Michael Collins (clarinet) & Borodin Quartet: Mozart, Shostakovich & Borodin

Berlin Philharmonic String Quintet: Mozart to Piazzolla

Free / new music / community events:

Manu Delago (hang/percussion) & members of Aurora Orchestra: Takemitsu, Ades, Martinu, Delago

Graham Fitkin (keyboards) & Ruth Wall (harps): ‘Lost’

MusicLab: the Philharmonia Orchestra’s pop-up digital installation with composition, performance, producing and conducting activities

Young Composers’ Network: world premieres by seven young composers