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Book now for this year's Cambridge Summer Music Festival - great music in beautiful and historic venues. The Festival, now in its 37th year, features classics of all kinds - from Beethoven’s Missa Sol...
Book now for this year's Cambridge Summer Music Festival - great music in beautiful and historic venues. The Festival, now in its 37th year, features classics of all kinds - from Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis to Gershwin’s Summertime, Brahms 1st Symphony to light-hearted operettas, Mozart and Clementi Sonatas to Chopin Nocturnes, 16th century choral to jazz and blues. Enjoy new twists on old favourites, such as Elgar’s Nimrod and Barber’s Adagio adapted for eight cellos, and Liszt’s Liebestraum No 3 adapted for the left-hand. The Festival boasts at least one world premiere and six UK premieres. The Festival runs for two weeks from Friday 17 July to Saturday 1 August. Highlights include: * Multi-award-winning virtuoso trumpeter Alison Balsom playing with one of the UK’s foremost organists, David Goode * International opera star Sir Willard White in Festival Finale with mezzo-soprano Patricia Bardon * Beethoven's Missa Solemnis in King's College Chapel with the Festival Chorus and the East Anglian Chamber Orchestra * Sumptuous chamber music with the Wihan, Allegri, Doric and Škampa Quartets * Jazz with the Tim Kliphuis Trio and Latin American with Classico Latino Plus open air concerts in the Botanic Garden, lunchtime concerts in the Fitzwilliam museum and city centre churches, and the Music for Kids programme. Full details on our website and in the free Festival brochure - downloadable at: http://data.axmag.com/data/201505/20150515/U135291_F338094/FLASH/index.html
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