Welcome to the Madingley Concerts
A series of 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.
Capability Sounds: A Musical Celebration of Lancelot Brown
Date: Sunday 23 October 2016, 7:45pm
Venue: Madingley Hall, Madingley, CB23 8AQ
A special concert to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the birth of ‘Capability’ Brown, England’s ‘Shakespeare of Gardening’. Francesca Barritt (violin), Joy Lisney (cello) and Matthew Schellhorn (piano) will perform music by Mozart, Haydn, Linley, Boyce and Jeremy Thurlow.
- Boyce (arr. Watts): Ode for the New Year
- Mozart: (Trio) Sonata in F major, K.13
- Linley (arr. Watts): Overture - Lyric Ode on the Witches, Fairies and Aerial Beings of Shakespeare
- Thurlow: Steeples Eclipse
- Haydn: Piano Trio in E major, Hob. XV:28
There will be an interval of 15 minutes.
Tickets are £12 (£10 concessions for over 60s and under 18s).
Details of future concerts will be announced in due course.
Find out about previous Madingley Concerts - and listen to recordings of world premiere performances
If you have any questions about the concerts, contact email@example.com
ICE runs a number of short courses designed to enhance your appreciation of listening to and performing music.
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|The operatic phenomenon: a song of love and death||13 January 2017||Available|
|William Shakespeare and the world of opera||2 April 2017||Available|
|Representing black music: from slavery to hip hop||21 April 2017||Available|
|Wagner's Ring of the Nibelung: a universal vision||7 July 2017||Available|
The shield at the top of this page depicts the arms of the Harding family, who restored Madingley Hall between 1905 and 1910.