Welcome to the Madingley Concerts
A series of free public concerts given by leading University instrumentalists
The Madingley Concerts take place at Madingley Hall, home of the University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education (ICE). The concerts complement the Madingley Lecture series, and are designed to showcase new student work alongside more traditional repertoire.
Madingley Concerts in 2013
We are now taking bookings for our 2013 concert programme:
17 February 2013, 2.30pm: Sasha Millwood and Gregor Forbes perform piano solos and duos by Mozart, Debussy, Stravinsky and Millwood.
3 March 2013, 2.30pm: The Arbury Piano Trio (Katherine Lee – violin; Ghislaine McMullin – cello; Johnson Leung – piano) perform Tchaikovsky.
21 April 2013, 2.30pm: Charbel Mattar (baritone) and Martin Ennis (piano) perform Schubert's Winterreise.
2 June 2013, 2.30pm: Singers from St John's College perform madrigals and songs in celebration of summer.
Please note this concert is now fully booked. You are welcome to join the waiting list in case further tickets become available.
Concerts take place at Madingley Hall near Cambridge. View directions to Madingley Hall
Please note that performances take place in the Saloon on the first floor of the Hall, which is now accessible by lift. Wheelchair users are welcome to attend the concerts provided they are accompanied by someone who is able to open room and corridor doors on their behalf in the event of an evacuation.
For further information or to join our mailing list, please contact Lisa Hitch on email@example.com or +44 (0)1223 746212.
Find out about previous Madingley Concerts - and listen to recordings of world premiere performances
Other concerts organised by the Institute of Continuing Education
20 April 2013, 8.30pm: Helen Crown (Baroque flute) and David Ponsford (Harpsichord) perform music by Handel and his contemporaries. This concert is part of the weekend course, The Great Mr Handel, being held at Madingley Hall, and members of the public are welcome to attend.
The concert takes place at Madingley Church. Tickets cost £10 and will be available on the door.
Related courses at the Institute of Continuing Education
ICE runs a number of short courses designed to enhance your appreciation of listening to and performing music.
|Beethoven: the 32 sonatas and Diabelli Variations||28 June 2013||Available|
|Pipers and tune: John and Myfanwy Piper and the music of Benjamin Britten||12 July 2013||Available|
|The operas of Meyerbeer||19 July 2013||Available|
|Jazz improvisation||16 August 2013||Available|
|Who's afraid of Wagner's 'Ring'?||30 August 2013||Available|
|Music from the court of Louis XIV: its performance practice and its influence on J S Bach||18 October 2013||Available|
|Mozart and his operas||25 October 2013||Available|
|Leonard Bernstein: the complete musician||22 November 2013||Available|
|Bach's cantatas in context||6 December 2013||Available|
The shield at the top of this page depicts the arms of the Harding family, who restored Madingley Hall between 1905 and 1910.