Saturday night’s concert by the City of Cambridge Symphony Orchestra, under conductor Robert Hodge, reflected almost the complete historical span of European Romanticism, including Beethoven’s Prometheus Overture (1801) and Mendelssohn’s Piano Concerto No. 1 (1831).
With the sun shining, music fans of all ages gathered to witness the best in folk, blues, country, Americana, roots and beyond. Adrian Peel attended on Friday and Sunday, while Mike Scialom attended on Saturday,
One of the biggest success stories in British theatre history brought the timeless sounds of Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross, Stevie Wonder, The Jackson 5, The Temptations and more to a packed crowd at the July Course.
Hottest evening of the year or not, the chance to see The Flaming Lips – a band more used, these days, to headlining festivals and playing to crowds in their thousands – at the 800-capacity Junction was one not to be missed.