Festival opens tonight

The Cambridge Music Festival 2018 opens tonight – launching 10 days of music-making of the very highest quality. Here’s a quick reminder of what’s coming up and which events still have tickets available.

Remember you can book online, call 01223 357851 or call in at Cambridge Live box office on Wheeler Street.

TODAY

The Choir of Kings College and the Academy of Ancient Music perform Mozart’s Requiem.
SOLD OUT – RETURNS ONLY
King’s College Chapel, 7.30pm.

THURSDAY

Take a trip around the globe without leaving your seat, with Aquarelle Guitar Quartet. Emmanuel URC, 6.00pm

The Takacs Quartet play Mozart, Shostakovich and Mendelssohn.
LAST FEW TICKETS REMAINING St Columba’s Church, 7.30pm

FRIDAY

Aurora Percussion Duo add some rhythmic spice to your lunch at Mumford Theatre ARU, 1.10pm
Fresh and dynamic Chineke! Chamber Ensemble play Beethoven & a world premiere by Errollyn Wallen in the glorious Senate House, 7.00pm
LAST FEW TICKETS REMAINING

SATURDAY

We are transported to Renaissance Rome by the Tallis Scholars in works by Allegri, Palestrina and Spanish composers.
LAST FEW TICKETS REMAINING
St John’s College Chapel, 8.00pm

NEXT WEEK’S HIGHLIGHTS

Tuesday 20 November
The Brodsky Quartet present a programme of war-inspired works from the last 100 years. SOLD OUT – RETURNS ONLY

Wednesday 21 November
The Colin Currie Group raise the roof the Corn Exchange with Steve Reich’s works for percussion.

Thursday 22 November
Steven Isserlis is joined by Robert Levin in Beethoven Cello Sonatas
LAST FEW TICKETS REMAINING

Friday 23 November
Newcomer of the year (BBC Music Magazine 2018) Julien Brocal plays Ravel and Chopin

Monday 26 November
The Academy of St Martin in the Fields reach the final chapter of their Beethoven Piano Concerto cycle. LAST FEW TICKETS REMAINING