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«November 03, 2016 - November 03, 2017»
11 / 3
11 / 4
Start: 18:15
End: 19:00

Venue:
Recital Room, Churchill College

Description:
The third in our highly popular pre-formal recital series. Free entry, retiring collection.

11 / 5
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11 / 7
11 / 8
11 / 9
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11 / 11
11 / 12
11 / 13
11 / 14
11 / 15
11 / 16
11 / 17
11 / 18
Start: 18:15
End: 19:00

Venue:
Recital Room

Description:
The fourth and final pre-formal recital of the term features Churchill Chorus, performing a diverse and eclectic selection of music for choir.
Free entry, retiring collection.

11 / 19
11 / 20
Start: 19:30
End: 21:00

Venue:
Fitzwilliam Auditorium, Fitzwilliam College

Description:
The joint orchestra of Churchill, Fitzwilliam, Murray Edwards, Magdalene, Girton, Robinson, St Edmund's and Lucy Cavendish Colleges performs its termly concert.
Conducted by Anna Bennett.
Ticket price TBC.

11 / 21
11 / 22
Start: 19:00
End: 23:00

Venue:
Churchill College

Description:
For more details, see www.cambridgejazzfestival.com.

11 / 23
11 / 24
11 / 25
11 / 26
11 / 27
Start: 17:30
End: 19:00

Venue:
The Chapel at Churchill College

Description:
The Churchill College Chapel Choir perform a plethora of festive works for the musical highlight of the chapel year, followed by mince pies and mulled wine.

11 / 28
11 / 29
Start: 18:15
End: 19:00

Venue:
Recital Room, Churchill College

Description:
One of the highlights of Churchill's Music Society is the selection of amazing, professional recitals, available free of charge in your own college. This term, we have contemporary string quartet The Ligeti Quartet performing for us in the Recital Room, for what is certain to be an unmissable performance.
Free entry, retiring collection.

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01 / 19
01 / 20
Start: 18:00
End: 19:00

Venue:
Recital Room, Churchill College

Description:
Free admission.
Karl Schwonik - Drums
Chris McMurran - Piano
Fred Smith - Bass
Join us for a concert filled with jazz music both contemporary and traditional. Karl Schwonik leads this dynamic trio showcasing his own compositions as well as pieces by McMurran. This concert is presented by the Churchill Music Society and sees two of the finest young musicians in Cambridge joining Schwonik on the stage.
"...Schwonik colors the [music] with an active imagination and serious technique…”
- Frank Alkyer – DownBeat magazine
YAMAHA Drum Artist Karl Schwonik grew up on a farm near Gwynne, Alberta, Canada. Early on, he was exposed to a wide range of musical situations ranging from jazz to polka. Fresh out of high school, Schwonik embarked on a tour with 2-time Canadian Country Music Award Nominee Heather-Dawn. This was followed by an invitation to study at the Banff Centre where Schwonik was the youngest participant ever in the long-term career residency program.
Schwonik has an extremely active schedule; he has completed over thirty substantial tours as a leader. In his travels, Schwonik has performed in country barns, world-class jazz clubs and concert halls such as Carnegie Hall and the John F. Kennedy Center. His third of four recordings on Chronograph Records, 1+4, was #1 on Canadian jazz radio charts for nearly 2 months. Both 1+4 and Schwonik’s first album, Visions From the Farm, were nominated for a Western Canadian Music Award for ‘Jazz Recording of the Year’.
In 2008, Schwonik founded the Wetaskiwin Jazz Society in Wetaskiwin, AB. The WJS strives to build awareness for the arts in the central Alberta region with its three main programs: the Wetaskiwin Jazz Camp, Jazz-in-Schools and community concerts. In 2011, Schwonik joined the Board of Directors for the Alberta Foundation for the Arts (AFA). The AFA is a government agency responsible for disbursing nearly $30M annually in grants and scholarships to artists and arts organizations in Alberta.
In demand internationally as both a guest artist and instructor, Schwonik has taught students of all ages at over two hundred educational institutions. He regularly lectures on a broad range of topics in jazz, music business and artists coping with disabilities. Some of these institutions include: University of Toronto, Indiana University, University of Southern California, The Banff Centre, Brandon University, University of Lethbridge, Red Deer College, Denver School of the Arts, and Triton College Chicago.

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01 / 26
01 / 27
01 / 28
01 / 29
01 / 30
01 / 31
02 / 1
02 / 2
02 / 3
Start: 18:15
End: 19:00

Venue:
Recital Room, Churchill College

Description:
A recital by the college’s finest musicians — students who have been awarded prestigious music bursaries.
Free entry, retiring collection

02 / 4
Start: 19:30
End: 21:00

Venue:
The Chapel at Churchill College

02 / 5
02 / 6
02 / 7
02 / 8
02 / 9
02 / 10
Start: 18:15
End: 19:00

Venue:
Recital Room, Churchill College

Description:
Performing works by Schumann
Free entry, retiring collection

02 / 11
02 / 12
02 / 13
02 / 14
02 / 15
02 / 16
02 / 17
02 / 18
02 / 19
02 / 20
02 / 21
02 / 22
02 / 23
02 / 24
Start: 18:15
End: 19:00

Venue:
Recital Room, Churchill College

02 / 25
Start: 20:00
End: 21:30

Venue:
St Martin’s in the Fields

Description:
Chapel Choir of Churchill College
Brandenburg Baroque Soloists
Mark Gotham, conductor
Tickets from the 'Brandenburg Choral Festival' or St Martin’s in the Fields websites:
http://www.brandenburg.org.uk/bcf-concerts/2017/2/25/vivaldi
http://www.stmartin-in-the-fields.org/event/BCF-Vivaldi-Gloria

02 / 26
02 / 27
02 / 28
03 / 1
03 / 2
03 / 3
Start: 18:15
End: 19:00

Venue:
Recital Room, Churchill College

Description:
Free entry, retiring collection

03 / 4
Start: 19:30
End: 21:00

Venue:
The Dome at Murray Edwards

Description:
Mozart: Violin Concerto No.4 
Lalo: Symphonie Espagnole
Massenet: Meditation from Thaïs
Mozart: Symphony No.40 in G minor.

Soloists: Jonathan Lee and Christopher Leighton
Conductors: Anna Bennett and Joanna Ward

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03 / 12
03 / 13
03 / 14
03 / 15
Start: 15:00
End: 16:00

Venue:
Recital Room, Churchill College

Description:
James Micklethwaite, first year student at Churchill and member of the world-famous King’s College choir, will be performing a half-hour, varied programme of tenor songs, including combining some favourites with some lesser-known gems.

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04 / 24
04 / 25
04 / 26
04 / 27
04 / 28
Start: 18:15
End: 19:00

Venue:
The Chapel at Churchill College

Description:
The Cantabrigians present "An Evening of English Composers".
We have a cracking concert lined up this Friday to open our Easter term recital series. 'The Cantabrigians', a group of professional female singers and many of them ex-Cambridge Choral Scholars, perform choral works in what promises to be a lovely starter to this term's music events at Churchill.
Programme includes:
Miss a Brevis - Britten
Ave Maria - Holst
Works by Jonathan Dove and Andrew Downes
Free entry, retiring collection for CamCRAG (Convoy Refugee Action Group).

04 / 29
04 / 30
05 / 1
05 / 2
05 / 3
05 / 4
05 / 5
Start: 18:15
End: 19:15

Venue:
Recital Room, Churchill College

Description:
Free entry

05 / 6
05 / 7
05 / 8
05 / 9
05 / 10
05 / 11
05 / 12
Start: 18:15
End: 19:00

Venue:
Recital Room, Churchill College

Description:
Programme:
Tchaikovsky: String quartet No. 1 in D major (1st 3 movements)
Bridge: Three Idylls for String Quartet
Danish traditional: Peat Dance
Featuring Churchill college's Eleanor Winpenny and Andrea Case
Free entry

05 / 13
05 / 14
05 / 15
05 / 16
05 / 17
05 / 18
05 / 19
Start: 18:15
End: 19:00

Venue:
Recital Room, Churchill College

Description:
As part of the college's pre formal recital series, Churchill MCR member and former Organ Scholar Edward Lilley performs a series of works on the college's fine Rubio harpsichord.
Programme:
Louis Couperin, Unmeasured prelude in A major
Jean-Philippe Rameau - Suite in A minor from 'Nouvelles suites de pièces de clavecin' (1727)
1. Allemande
2. Courante
3. Sarabande
4. Les Trois Mains
5. Fanfarinette
6. La Triomphante
7. Gavotte avec les Doubles de la Gavotte (Gavotte with six variations)
Edward is a first-year PhD student in astrophysics at the Institute of
Astronomy. He was the organ scholar of the Chapel at Churchill College
from 2012 to 2016, during which time he read Natural Sciences. He
currently studies the harpsichord with Douglas Hollick.
Free entry

05 / 20
05 / 21
05 / 22
05 / 23
05 / 24
05 / 25
05 / 26
Start: 18:15
End: 19:00

Venue:
Recital Room, Churchill College

Description:
Free entry

05 / 27
05 / 28
05 / 29
05 / 30
05 / 31
06 / 1
06 / 2
Start: 18:00
End: 19:00

Venue:
Recital Room, Churchill College

Description:
Admission free (retiring collection). Refreshments will be provided.
Join Karl Schwonik and his trio for their final performance in
Cambridge. This exciting concert of traditional, original and
contemporary jazz will also feature a special appearance by luminary and
local-legend Stuart Barr!
Karl Schwonik - Drums
Chris McMurran - Piano
Fred Smith - Bass
Featuring: Stuart Barr - Spoken Word
"...Schwonik colors the [music] with an active imagination and serious
technique...”
- Frank Alkyer, DownBeat Magazine
*Karl Schwonik*
Named one of Calgary’s ‘Top 40 Under 40’, YAMAHA Drum Artist and legally
blind drummer Karl Schwonik grew up on a farm near Gwynne, Alberta,
Canada. As a child, he was exposed to a wide range of musical situations
ranging from jazz to polka. Fresh out of high school, Schwonik embarked
on a tour with 2-time Canadian Country Music Award Nominee,
Heather-Dawn. This was followed by an invitation to study at the Banff
Centre where Schwonik was the youngest participant ever in the long-term
career residency programme.
Schwonik has an extremely active schedule; he has completed over thirty
substantial tours throughout North America as a leader. In his travels,
Schwonik has performed in country barns, world-class jazz clubs and
concert halls such as Carnegie Hall and the John F. Kennedy Center. His
third of four recordings on Chronograph Records, 1+4, was number one on
Canadian jazz radio charts for nearly 2 months. Both 1+4 and Schwonik’s
first album, Visions From the Farm, were nominated for a Western
Canadian Music Award for ‘Jazz Recording of the Year’.
In 2008, Schwonik founded the Wetaskiwin Jazz Society
(WJS) in Wetaskiwin, Alberta. The WJS strives to build
awareness for the arts in the central Alberta region with its three main
programs: the Wetaskiwin Jazz Camp, Jazz-in-Schools and a series of
community concerts. In 2011, Schwonik joined the Board of Directors for
the Alberta Foundation for the Arts (AFA). The AFA is a government
agency responsible for disbursing nearly $30M annually in grants and
scholarships to artists and arts organizations in Alberta.
In demand internationally as both a guest artist and instructor,
Schwonik has taught students of all ages at over two hundred educational
institutions. Among the many honours, awards and distinctions Schwonik
has received are: winning the TD Grand Jazz Competition at the Montreal
International Jazz Festival; the Lieutenant Governor of Alberta’s
Emerging Artist Award; the VSA Arts International Young Soloist Award;
the AFM International Diversity Award; and the Queen’s Jubilee Award.
The list of supporters of his projects, research and initiatives
includes the Canada Council for the Arts, the Alberta Foundation for the
Arts, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, the Anne
Burrows Music Foundation and numerous others.
www.KarlSchwonik.com
www.StuartBarr.net

06 / 3
06 / 4
06 / 5
06 / 6
06 / 7
06 / 8
06 / 9
Start: 18:15
End: 19:00

Venue:
Recital Room, Churchill College

Description:
J. S. Bach Sonata no.1 for Viola da Gamba and Keyboard
( Cello and Piano)
Rachmaninov Andante from Sonata for Piano and Cello
Manuel de Falla Four Songs from "Suite Popular Espanola" transcribed for Cello and Piano
The Recital will last approximately half an hour.
Free entry, retiring collection.

06 / 10
06 / 11
06 / 12
06 / 13
06 / 14
06 / 15
06 / 16
Start: 18:15
End: 19:00

Venue:
Recital Room, Churchill College

Description:

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Programme 
Suite in D major (descant recorder & harpsichord)Nicola Matteis
Preludio; Balletto; Air & Variation(? - c1707)
  
Lamento (harpsichord)Johann Jacob Froberger
Sopra la dolorosa Perdita Real Msta. Di Ferdinando IV (1616-1667)
Ré de Romani  
  
Sonata in G minor Op 1 No. 3 (1724)Francesco Barsanti
(treble recorder & harpsichord)(c1690 - ?)
Adagio; Allegro; Largo; Gavotta 
  
Fantasia 7 in D major (voice flute)Georg Philipp Telemann
Alla francese - Presto(1681-1767)
  
Fantasia, Set 3 No. 5 in G minor (harpsichord)G P Telemann
  
Sonata in D minor (treble recorder & harpsichord)G P Telemann
Affettuoso; Presto; Grave; Allegro

Dr Férdia Stone-Davis has an MMus from Trinity College of Music, London, where she studied recorders with Philip Thorby and Rebecca Miles. Upon graduating she had lessons with Pamela Thorby. Recent performances include Queen’s University, Belfast, the University of Huddersfield (International Computer Music Conference), the University of Göttingen, Germany, and the University of Cambridge.

With an international reputation as a specialist in early keyboard instruments, Douglas Hollick studied with Peter Hurford, Marie-Claire Alain and Gustav Leonhardt. He has played widely both here and abroad, and teaches in Clare and Trinity Colleges, Cambridge. Recent years have seen him playing fortepiano as well as organ, harpsichord and clavichord, complementing his interest in the music of the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Douglas was awarded a year 2000 Churchill Fellowship to visit North Germany and Denmark researching organs and other keyboard instruments of Buxtehude and the young J S Bach. His recordings on Riverrun Records are Harpsichord and organ music of Christophe Moyreau, Buxtehude, master and pupil, recorded in Buxtehude’s church of Sct Mariae at Helsingør in Denmark, Music from the period of the French Revolution for harpsichord, square piano and organ, and Music of the Baroque avant-garde for harpsichord and organ released in July 2007 as a tribute to Buxtehude in his tercentenary year. He has just recorded a further organ CD on the Metzler organ of Trinity College Cambridge, with works from the Andreas Bach Buch including the Passacaglias of both Buxtehude and Bach. This is due for release later this year. See www.rvrcd.com

Free entry

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10 / 1
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10 / 3
10 / 4
Start: 19:30
End: 20:00

Venue:
Recital Room, Churchill College

Description:
The Hill Chorus is a community choir run by the music societies of the ‘hill colleges’. It is open to the whole, extended community: staff, students, fellows, friends, and locals! We sing a range of music both sacred and secular, ancient and modern. Rehearsals are weekly, on Wednesday evenings, starting October 4th, in the Recital Room. We generally sing one, relaxed, informal concert per term featuring a variety of short items. There are no auditions or prerequisites so give it a try whether you’re pitch perfect or tone deaf! Contact: Kim Ward kltw2@cam.ac.uk

10 / 5
10 / 6
10 / 7
Start: 20:00
End: 22:00

Venue:
Recital Room, Churchill College

Description:
An Evening of traditional Persian music.

10 / 8
Start: 13:00
End: 14:00

Venue:
Recital Room, Churchill College

Description:
The Orchestra on the Hill (OotH) brings together instrumentalists from the ‘Hill Colleges’ to play chamber orchestral music to a high-­standard (about Grade 8) and for occasional collaborations with Inter Alios. OotH is always keen to recruit from new players, especially brass and strings! OotH also provides great opportunities to conduct and pay concerti. Rehearsals are on Sundays, 1-­3pm in the recital room, with a first, open, one hour rehearsal on Sunday 8 th October.
Contact: OotH President, Rachel Leedham rel60@cam.ac.uk

Start: 16:15
End: 17:30

Venue:
Fellows' Drawing Room, Murray Edwards College

Description:
The ‘Inter Alios’ choir is a joint venture between Churchill College where it serves the Christian Chapel at Churchill College, and Murray Edwards College where it serves the ‘Humanist Happenings’ Series: a new format which is broadly similar to chapel services, but with no theological content. A typical event features a short address on a topical theme, partnered with music and poetry to match. The choir thus provides its members with an opportunity to experience the traditional (Christian) Cambridge Choral Scholar experience and to sing the great works of that repertoire, while also participating in the creation of a new and unique offering. Contact: music.director@chu.cam.ac.uk.

10 / 9
10 / 10
10 / 11
10 / 12
10 / 13
10 / 14
10 / 15
10 / 16
10 / 17
10 / 18
10 / 19
10 / 20
Start: 18:30
End: 19:00

Venue:
Recital Room, Churchill College

Description:
Our first Friday concert of the term is a special event to celebrate the musical ability of our new students.
This recital will be given by talented freshers performing their favourite works. If you are interested in performing, contact the Concert Series Co-ordinator, Jack Mainwaring (jm2013).

10 / 21
10 / 22
Start: 18:00
End: 19:00

Venue:
Fellows' Drawing Room, Murray Edwards College

Description:
With the 'Inter Alios' choir, dir. Mark Gotham
The 'Humanist Happenings' are peaceful events with music, poetry, and a short address all organised around a topical theme.
Free and unticketed.
Music by Gibbons, Kate Whitley and others

10 / 23
10 / 24
10 / 25
10 / 26
10 / 27
10 / 28
10 / 29
10 / 30
10 / 31
11 / 1
11 / 2
11 / 3
Start: 18:30
End: 19:00

Venue:
Recital Room, Churchill College

Description:
This concert will feature performances by applicants for the college's music bursaries.

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