Cambridge Music Festival
The 2014 Cambridge Music Festival (CMF) runs from Wednesday 12 – Saturday 22 November. Each year, Cambridge Music Festival explores music, education and technology – three areas for which Cambridge is renowned worldwide. World-class artists feature in orchestral, choral and chamber music concerts, alongside a programme of education and technology-based events.
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Headline artists for the 2014 include: a rare UK appearance by the Philip Glass Ensemble; War Requiem with the Britten Sinfonia; Viktoria Mullova (violin) and the Philharmonia Orchestra; an all-Bach programme with the Choir of King’s College Cambridge and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment; chamber music from Michael Collins (clarinet) with the Borodin Quartet, the Berlin Phiharmonic String Quintet, and choral music from The Cardinall’s Musick; and free lunchtime recitals involving electronics and film by Manu Delago (hang) with Aurora Orchestra, and a new work composed and performed by Graham Fitkin with Ruth Wall. Young performers will also feature in an event curated by the Young Composers Network in association with Aldeburgh Young Musicians.
On-sale dates: all Cambridge Music Festival events will be on sale from 1 September 2014. In advance of September, The Philip Glass Ensemble is currently on sale, and other large-scale programmes (War Requiem, Mullova/Philharmonia, Choir of King’s College/OAE) go on sale in July.
Click on 'Watch & Listen' to see pictures and videos of selected 2012 and 2013 Festival events.