3.00 pm, Sunday 28 March, 2010
Jakob Lindberg needs little introduction as one of
the finest lutenists in the world today. Following
4.00 pm, Sunday 1 August, 2010
A delightful tea-time concert of music by Bach and his teachers and friends,
performed in unusual combinations of...
8.00 pm, Wednesday 4 August, 2010
The highlight of our Bach Week is this full length
performance in Trinity College
Chapel, in which members of The...
7.30 pm, Saturday 7 August, 2010
Vocal, orchestral and chamber music by Bach and others.
Sacred and secular music for choir, orchestra and chamber ensembles,
performed using Baroque instruments by the...
2.00 pm, Sunday 8 August, 2010
An early-afternoon recital of music by Hans Neusidler (1508/9-1563), a
highly influential figure in German lute...
Philip Thorby and friends
8.00 pm, Wednesday 11 August, 2010
In the introduction to John
Dowland's First Booke of Songs this greatest (and most colourful) of
7.30 pm, Friday 13 August, 2010
From the bawdy to the beautiful, from palace song book to grand motets,
from viol and vihuela to shawm and sackbut...
7.30 pm, Saturday 14 August, 2010
Tudor and Jacobean devotional music.
A fascinating exploration of a neglected repertory - the wealth of Tudor
and Jacobean sacred music written for private...
Prof Peter Holman
11.00 am, Saturday 16 October, 2010
Informal pre-concert talk by Prof Peter Holman, Chair of Friends of Cambridge Early Music. Coffee and biscuits will be served.
12.00 noon, Saturday 16 October, 2010
Bach's '48', Book II, played on the clavichord.
There will be a pre-concert talk, for Friends of Cambridge Early Music only, by Prof Peter Holman, at 11.00am in Trinity College Junior Parlour (see above).
A lunchtime concert given by a leading light in the young generation of
keyboard virtuosi. Acclaimed by Hans von...
7.30 pm, Saturday 18 December, 2010
The 'Concerti for Christmas' concerts given by the 'Amicables' have become a new Cambridge tradition.