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).
Eagerly awaited at this year's Cambridge Summer Music Festival was Joanna MacGregor's recital on Saturday (July 14) at West Road Concert Hall.
After his memorable recital of JS Bach’s 48 Preludes and Fugues last year, Patrick Hemmerlé returned to the 2018 Cambridge Summer Music Festival with two works immediately influenced by them, Chopin’s 24 Preludes op. 28 and Debussy’s Préludes, Book 2.
It was the end of the current season for the City of Cambridge Symphony Orchestra (CCSO) at West Road Concert Hall on Saturday (June 30), and Music from the Movies came in two parts: a scaled-down performance aimed at children aged four and upwards in the late afternoon, and then in the evening an expanded version for the grown-ups.
The City of Cambridge Symphony Orchestra (CCSO) played host to two guests during its performances of Weber, Dvorak and Brahms at West Road on Saturday (May 19).
The Endellion String Quartet brought its current season at West Road Concert Hall to a conclusion on Wednesday (May 16) with an attractive programme of music by Haydn, Samuel Barber and Brahms.
The newly re-formed Cambridge Handel Opera Group's Rodelinda is being staged four times this week in the Great Hall of The Leys School, with Wednesday evening's being the second performance.
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 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.
The City of Cambridge Symphony Orchestra, under its conductor Robert Hodge, presented an all-Russian programme to a packed West Road Concert Hall on Sunday evening (February 11).
The Endellion String Quartet’s concert at West Road on Wednesday evening (January 17) began with the cheerful elegance of a late eighteenth-century work by Beethoven, but ended with the sombre tones of Tchaikovsky lamenting the loss of an esteemed friend and colleague.
A full house of children, parents and grandparents enjoyed Cambridge Philharmonic's annual family concert at West Road Concert Hall on Saturday (January 13) afternoon with Tim Redmond, principal conductor, and brother, Tom Redmond, as presenters.
The overture to one of Rossini's two act operas, The Thieving Magpie, made a glorious opening to Saturday's concert by the City of Cambridge Symphony Orchestra (CCSO) under its endlessly imaginative conductor Robert Hodge.
City of Cambridge Symphony Orchestra (CCSO) opened its new season at West Road Concert Hall with outstanding performances of Stravinsky, Wagner, Mahler and Respighi.