They're performing twice at the festival
Jude Clarke, communications officer at Alzheimer’s Research UK, reports on a day as a ‘healthy volunteer’ in a dementia research trial at Addenbrooke’s Hospital
This Valentine’s Day in Cambridge there was clearly only one destination for alt-rock couples of a certain age: The Lemonheads' gig
Cambridge Orchestral Concert Series, Cambridge Corn Exchange, Friday, February 1, review by Jude Clarke
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The opening concert in this year’s series – a slight “rebrand” of the Classical Concert Series – was a rather topical one, with present-day Russia never far from the news
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.
The last concert in this year's Cambridge Classical Concert Series underlines how important these events are in the city's musical calendar.
Last night (Sunday, May 20), the penultimate concert in this season's Classical Concert Series from Cambridge Live at the Corn Exchange saw the Dresden Philharmonic , conducted by Michael Sanderling, perform a mixed and drama-packed programme of 19th century works.
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Last night's (Tuesday, February 20) concert was smaller in dimensions than previous shows in the Classical Concert Series, but certainly not in scope, grandeur or the impact that it made.
In the short but excellent pre-concert interview with tonight’s (Thursday, January 18) conductor, the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra’s (CBSO) newly-appointed musical director Mirga Gražinytè-Tyla, the word “energy” recurs many times.
Last night was the first visit of this year’s Classical Concert Series of orchestra in residence The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. And to kick start the “orchestral” part of the series – after last week’s terrific recital by The Z.E.N. piano trio – we were treated, by organisers Cambridge Live and series sponsors Boldfield Computing – to a programme that could almost be seen in places as a celebration of youthful talent.
THE 2017-18 Classical Concert Series from Cambridge Live got off to a glorious start with a special recital last night.