Forthcoming Concerts

Friday, May 16th, 2014

St Giles' Church, Cambridge, 7:30 p.m.

English and American Choral Music

The Frost Chorale is the premier choral ensemble at the Frost School of Music at the University of of Miami, America where their repertoire encompasses the entire canon of choral music. They are currenty on a tour of the United Kingdom where their programmes will feature works by English, Scottish, and Irish composers, along with works by great American composers. In this concert they join the New Cambridge Singers for a concert of choral music by Britten, Stanford, Finzi and American composers.

New Cambridge Singers,The Frost Chorale

Tickets 10 (students and under 16s 4)
Available online
or by phone on 01223 300085
or from the ADC Box Office, Park Street, Cambridge, CB5 8AS
(Phone and Box Office open Mon - Sat, 1pm - 7pm)

All proceeds to Centre 33
 providing Young Peoples Counselling, Information, Sexual Health and Young Carers Services

Saturday, June 21st, 2014

Jesus College Chapel, Cambridge, 7.30 p.m.
By kind permission of the Master and Fellows

Flowers that Fade

Herbert Howells's hauntingly beautiful Requiem is contrasted in this concert with a little-known work by John McCabe, Solomon! Where is thy throne? These two pieces form the central part of our concert, which also contains music by Byrd, Stanford, and Finzi, and will finish in true Latin American style with some Colombian folk music newly arranged for the occasion.

New Cambridge Singers
Conducted by Graham Walker

Tickets 14 (students and under 16s 6)
Available online
or by phone on 01223 300085
or from the ADC Box Office, Park Street, Cambridge, CB5 8AS
(Phone and Box Office open Mon - Sat, 1pm - 7pm)

Saturday, June 28th, 2014

All Saints' Church, Barrington, 7.30 p.m.

Flowers that Fade

Herbert Howells's hauntingly beautiful Requiem is contrasted in this concert with a little-known work by John McCabe, Solomon! Where is thy throne? These two pieces form the central part of our concert, which also contains music by Byrd, Stanford, and Finzi, and will finish in true Latin American style with some Colombian folk music newly arranged for the occasion.

New Cambridge Singers
Conducted by Graham Walker

Tickets 10
Available in advance by phone from Sylvia Scott on 01223 870967
or on the door


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