Booking information

How to book


Festival Box Office
Cambridge Live Tickets, 2 Wheeler Street, Cambridge CB2 3QB
01223 357851
Mon – Sat 10am – 6pm (by phone); Mon – Fri 12noon – 5pm; Sat 10am – 6pm (in person)

Tickets for Mozart Requiem also available from The Shop at King’s,
13 King’s Parade, Cambridge CB2 1SP. Phone: 01223 769340.
Mon – Sat 9.30am – 5pm; Sun 9.30am – 4.30pm (by phone & in person)

Multi-buy discount
Buy more of what you love, or try something new: save 15% when you buy tickets to
2, 3 or 4 events, 20% when you buy tickets to 5 or more events and 25% off when you buy a Festival Pass to all events.

Discounts only apply when tickets are bought in a single transaction, and are subject
to availability of tickets. Discounts cannot be combined.

Ticket prices
Wed 14 Nov Mozart Requiem £35, £27, £22, £15
Thu 15 Nov Aquarelle Guitar Quartet £15
Thu 15 Nov Takács Quartet £15, £18, £10
Fri 16 Nov Aurora Percussion Duo Free, un-ticketed lunchtime event; first come, first-served
Fri 16 Nov Chineke! Chamber Ensemble £20, £12
Sat 17 Nov The Tallis Scholars: Music for the Sistine Chapel £25, £18, £10/td>
Mon 19 Nov Young Composers’ Network Free event with post-concert drink; reserve places on-line
Tue 20 Nov Brodsky Quartet: Black Angels £20, special rate for students
Wed 21 Nov Steve Reich: Drumming £30, £25, £12
Thu 22 Nov Kaleidoscope Saxophone Quartet £20 (includes drink which can be taken into the concert)
Thu 22 Nov Steven Isserlis & Robert Levin £28, £20, £12 (includes post-concert drink with the artists)
Fri 23 Nov Juice Vocal Ensemble Free, un-ticketed lunchtime event; first come, first-served
Fri 23 Nov Julien Brocal £25, £18
Mon 26 Nov Murray Perahia plays Beethoven £45*, £38, £28, £18

*Premium seats (26 November) include access to the private interval drinks reception at West Road Concert Hall.
All tickets incur an additional booking fee.

Ticket prices that include a drink
The Isserlis / Levin and Takács Quartet recitals run for 75 and90 minutes respectively with either no, or a very short, interval.
The ticket price includes a drink with the musicians after the concert in the ante-chapel.

The two Rush Hour concerts (Aquarelle Guitar Quartet & Kaleidoscope Saxophone Quartet) each run for 70 minutes with no interval. The ticket price includes a drink, available from 5.30pm, which can be taken into the concert.

Drinks will be served following the free Young Composers’ Network concert to all attenders, young composers and the artists.

Full-time education: 50% discount on all bands except top price (or top two prices on 26 November). Where there is only one ticket price, the discount does apply. Brodsky Quartet: Black Angels (20 Nov): special student rate £7.00.

Tickets bought through CMF / Cambridge Live can only be refunded if CMF is able to resell them on the day of the concert once all other seats are sold. The sum reimbursed will either be the original price paid or the resale price, whichever is lower. Tickets bought through The Shop at King’s are not refundable.

Venue access, wheelchair spaces & the disabled
Patrons with a disability are eligible to a free companion ticket if they require a carer to accompany them. All venues are accessible by wheelchair, although some venues will require a ramp to be put out. Note that spaces for wheelchairs can be limited and are not available in all price bands.

Please advise the Box Office if you have any special requirements so that suitable provision can be made.

Reserved & unreserved seating
Tickets for concerts at King’s, St Columba’s, Senate House, Corn Exchange, Jesus College and West Road Concert Hall are all numbered and reserved. Only the top price tickets at St John’s and Trinity are numbered and reserved; all other bands are unreserved. University Arms tables can be reserved. All other venues have unreserved seating. Please note that at venues with unreserved seating, an area of the best seats will be held
for CMF Supporters.

To enquire about becoming a CMF Supporter, email for details.

All details were correct at the time of going to press. Cambridge Music Festival reserves the right to substitute artists and repertoire as necessary.