Concerts at King's

Concerts at King's is an annual series curated by Stephen Cleobury, Director of Music at King's College. In addition to events listed here, you can find other concerts on the Easter at King's and More concerts pages.

This year's programme features a variety of ensembles and orchestras including the Choral Scholars of King's College, the Cambridge University Chamber Choir and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightment. See the event listings below.

 

Concerts at King's: Organ Recital Series

Tuesday 4 October 2016, 7.30pm
King’s College Chapel, Cambridge
  • Healey Willan Introduction, Passacaglia and Fugue
  • Herbert Howells Rhapsody Op.17 No.1
  • Jean Jules Aimable Roger-Ducasse Pastorale pour Orgue
  • Franz Liszt Phantasia und Fuge über den Choral "Ad nos, ad salutarem undam" S.259

Nathan Laube organ

A star among young classical musicians, concert organist Nathan Laube has quickly earned a place among the world's elite performers. Laube's recital on 4 October marks the beginning of Concerts at King's 2016/17 Organ Recital Series, celebrating the recently completed restoration of the College's famed Harrison & Harrison organ.

£10 (concessions available), £5 (students and under 26s)
Box Office 01223 769342 Tickets

Concerts at King's: Organ Gala 2016

Wednesday 9 November 2016, 7.30pm
King’s College Chapel, Cambridge
  • JS Bach Fantasia & Fugue in G minor BWV542
  • Duruflé Requiem
  • Karg Elert Fuge, Kanzone & Epilog Op.85 No.3
  • Poulenc Organ Concerto

Stephen Cleobury CBE conductor

Thomas Trotter organ
Thomas Gould violin
Jennifer Johnston mezzo-soprano

Britten Sinfonia
Choir of King’s College Cambridge

Acclaimed organist, Thomas Trotter, returns for the first concert on the newly-restored organ at King’s College. Audience favourites include the Poulenc Organ Concerto and Durufle’s plainsong-inspired Requiem.

Trotter’s performances are simply the best … with innate musical taste and breath-taking virtuosity. One of the greatest living organists.’
BBC MUSIC MAGAZINE

The concert will be broadcast live on BBC Radio 3. Please be seated no later than 7.25pm.
Promoted in association with Cambridge Music Festival
£15.00 - £40.00 (concessions available)
 

Box Office 01223 769340 / cambridgemusicfestival.co.uk

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