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Spring 2024 – season dates announced

We're pleased to announce the dates for our Spring 2024 season. Booking will be open soon. Sign up to our newsletter via the website homepage - subscribers are the first to know when tickets are available. Stephen Hough Tuesday 6 February - West Road Concert...

“The standing ovation was prolonged and heartfelt

Read the Cambridge Independent review of Angela Hewitt's Goldberg variations recital from 13 November. "A pianist at the very apex of virtuosity, at intervals passionate, joyful, melodic, lyrical, contemplative where required, and whose audience was made to feel and to share the sheer totality of commitment...

Meet Daniel Hyde

Daniel is Director of Music at King's College, and conducts two concerts in this CMF autumn season. He found time in his busy schedule to answer a few questions. See and hear Dan in action on 3 November (in Haydn's Creation) and 11 November (Tavener Remembered)...

Cambridge Music Festival announces 2023 autumn series

17 October - 15 November Tickets are now on sale for Cambridge Music Festival’s autumn 2023 concert series. The festival presents a carefully chosen programme of exceptional and unusual performances unlikely to be heard elsewhere, showcasing everything from traditional Syrian music to classical and early music.  Performances...

“I had a ball and the rest of the packed audience did too”

Jordi Savall and his trio performed a programme entitled East Meets West in Trinity College Chapel in February 2023. The Times review gave it five stars: "Savall shaded and sculpted the long, singing lines of Sephardic laments, Berber dances, Armenian niceties and Byzantine knees-ups with an awesomely...

Meet James Young of Piano Circus

Ahead of Piano Circus' concert on 9 March, pianist James Young talked to us about how the ensemble was founded, what's so special about Steve Reich and what to expect from the concert. What is the story behind Piano Circus and how/why it was founded? Piano Circus...

Meet Paul Cassidy of Brodsky Quartet

A interview with Paul Cassidy, viola player with Brodsky Quartet, introduces the music from their concert on 22 February. Paul is pictured second from the right with the Brodsky Quartet. On 22 February you’re playing three of Shostakovich’s string quartets (nos. 1, 8 and 15). Can...

Meet Nigel Short, director of Tenebrae

We managed to pin down Nigel Short, former King's Singer and founder/director of Tenebrae, a week ahead of the choir's performance at St John's College Chapel (27 April - more info and tickets). We asked him about his favourite moments from Tenebrae's 20 year existence,...