Chapel Concert Series

Wednesday 25 April | The Music of Gerald Finzi

The Dorian Chamber Orchestra presents an evening celebrating the music of English composer Gerald Finzi, conducted by Samuel Huston.

8.30pm, £8/£5/Free

Friday 27 April | Combat + Lament

Tick Tock, directed by Sasha Amaya and Naomi Woo, present an evening of music by Monteverdi and Berio.

++ 8.00pm ++ £8/£5/Free ++

 

Saturday 5 May|Empyrean Ensemble

The Empyrean Ensemble perform Beethoven’s Violin Concerto and Symphony No.2 in D, conducted by Edward Reeve and featuring soloist Anita Monserrat.

++ 8.00pm ++ £8/£5/Free ++

 

Monday 7 May|Choral Scholar Recital

A selection of Trinity’s own choral scholars showcase a performance of this term’s work.

++ 7.00pm ++ Free++

 

Saturday 12 May|EPV Byrd and the Continent

Ensemble Pro Victoria return to Trinity to present rarely heard Tudor and Continental music, aside some more popular works from the 16th century, including music by Byrd, Victoria and Ludford.

++ 8.00pm ++ £10/£5/Free ++

 

Thursday 17 May|Cambridge University Symphony Orchestra

CUSO returns to Trinity College Chapel with a program of Copland’s An Outdoor Adventure, Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Bernstein’s Symphonic Dances from West Side Story.

Tickets available at https://tinyurl.com/cuso2018

++TCMS members can get free tickets by using the discount code ‘TCMS18’ at checkout ++

++ 8.00pm ++ £12/£8/£5/Free ++

 

Friday 18 May|King Henry’s VIII

King Henry’s VIII return after four successful concerts last term, performing music from the Renaissance to he present day.

++ 8.00pm ++ Free ++

 

Friday 1 June|Finalists’ Recital

A last chance to hear some of Trinity’s finest singers and instrumentalists.

++ 8.00pm ++ Free ++

Tuesday 12 June|The River’s Voices

The River’s Voices perform music by 20th and 21st Century composers, including Antognini, Whitacre, Leighton, and Britten .

++ 7.30pm ++ Free ++