Chapel Concert Series

Friday 6/10 | Freshers’ Week Concert

The first concert of the academic year! A variety of performances which represent the
wide spectrum of music that goes on at Trinity.

++ 8.00pm ++ Free ++ Wine and nibbles to follow ++

Monday 9/10 | Endelienta Baroque

Endelienta Baroque presents a programme on period instruments exploring some
neglected treasures of Handel and J.S. Bach.

++ 7.30pm ++ £5/£3/Free ++

Saturday 21/10 | The Trinity Singers Come and Sing

Trinity’s choral society kicks off the academic year with an open rehearsal and concert,
learning and performing works by Balfour-Gardiner, Ireland and Stanford in one day.

++ 2.00-5.00pm rehearsal ++ 5.30pm concert ++ Free ++

Friday 27/10 and Saturday 28/10 | Handel’s Radamisto

Cambridge University Opera Society opens their Michaelmas season with Handel’s
Radamisto, featuring singers and musicians from across the University.

++ 8.00pm Friday ++ 2.30pm and 8.00pm Saturday ++ £12/£10/£5/Free ++

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Friday 03/11 | Empyrean Ensemble

Edward Reeve returns to conduct the Empyrean Ensemble in a programme of Beethoven’s
Carolian Overture, Mozart’s Piano Concerto No 25 and Mendelssohn’s Symphony No 1.

++ 8.00pm ++ £8/£5/Free ++

Saturday 04/11 | Cambridge Fundraising Choir

An evening of reflective choral music including Fauré’s Requiem. This concert will be raising
money for Cancer Research UK’s Brain Tumour Research, particularly inspired by the
support that the charity has given to two people close to the choir, including a 22-year-old
former student at Trinity College.

++ 7.30pm ++ Free (donations welcomed) ++

Friday 17/11 | Britten for Voice and Orchestra

TCCO performs Benjamin Britten’s dramatic cantata Phaedra and the Quatre Chansons
Français, featuring soprano Helena Moore and directed by Christopher Moore.

++ 7.30pm ++ £8/£5/Free ++

Saturday 18/11 | The Trinity Singers

The Trinity Singers perform Mozart’s Coronation Mass, Ave Verum Corpus and Laudate
Dominum, alongside The Heavens are Telling from Haydn’s oratorio The Creation.

++ 7.30pm ++ £8/£5/Free ++