A performance of three somewhat infrequently heard compositions offered an opportunity for the audience to ‘experiment’ a little away from more familiar territory at West Road Concert Hall on Saturday (March 24).
In a short pre-concert talk for Cambridge Philharmonic’s French Connections on Saturday (March 17) evening, their conductor Timothy Redmond reminded the audience that France has always been a musical nation.
The Cambridge Classical Concert Series at the Corn Exchange has always showcased some of the most outstanding classical performers and orchestras from around the world, none more so than last night’s (Thursday, March 8) breath-taking Russian State Philharmonic.
This is a really odd time of year for us as a farm, a family and a food retailer. I call it the ‘rearing to go’ time, that spell when winter has been here forever, and we are itching to get some new ingredients in the shop.
The Endellion String Quartet, Cambridge University’s ‘Quartet in Residence,’ continued their current season’s programme at West Road Concert Hall on Wednesday evening (February 14) with a work each by Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven.