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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Cambridge, United Kingdom

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CambridgeBeethoven, Franck & Romantic Dreams of the Counterpoint (Cambridge)

Busoni, Beethoven, Franck, Brahms, Bach
Warren Lee; Sylvia Chan

CambridgeFairhaven Singers - Music for Advent and Christmas

Palestrina, Martin, Rheinberger, Buck, Vaughan Williams, Rathbone, MacDonald, de Lassus, Traditional, Walton
Ralph Woodward; Fairhaven Singers

CambridgeTrio Wanderer

Schubert, Shostakovich
Trio Wanderer; Vincent Coq; Jean-Marc Phillips-Varjabédian; Raphaël Pidoux

CambridgeBach: The Musical Offering

Bach: The Musical Offering (Musikalisches Opfer), BWV1079
Academy of Ancient Music; Laurence Cummings

CambridgeMitsuko Uchida

Dame Mitsuko Uchida, Piano

CambridgeJan Lisiecki

Jan Lisiecki, Piano
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Effervescent Italian Baroque from the Academy of Ancient Music

The Academy of Ancient Music puts composer Dario Castello in the spotlight and in context in this live stream from the West Road Concert Hall in Cambridge.
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Saint and Sinner in Cambridge

Richard Egarr conducts a pair of Haydn's London Symphonies and turns soloist in a piano concerto by Dussek.
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Immortal thoughts: Mortal Voices

A mixed programme of Corelli, Handel and Pergolesi brings beauty and spiritual intensity, as well as some empowered erotic playfulness, to an evening with the Academy of Ancient Music. 
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Fresh, funny, frivolous: Patience in Cambridge

A joyous explosion of tuneful Victorian satire provides an unlikely, yet ideal, contrast to English Touring Opera's Tosca as their Patience tours the UK in this finely-cast, period-perfect production.
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Mixed Bach from the AAM in Cambridge

Music written by Bach for the Collegium Musicum, and also for the first Sunday after Easter, was played with skill and flourish by this exceptional orchestra;  sadly, the singing was not consistently good enough to match. 
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Baroque this Christmas!

A skilfully programmed evening of Italian Baroque music gave us a Christmas concert with a difference – and, thanks to superb playing from Spiritato!, an immensely enjoyable one. 
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