Welcome to the Madingley Concerts
A series of free 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.
Concerts take place at Madingley Hall and are free of charge, with a retiring collection (please give generously).
13 November 2014, 7.30pm – An evening of poetry and music with Roger Garfitt and Gareth Rees-Roberts
Roger Garfitt is an acclaimed poet and writer, well-known at Madingley Hall for his popular poetry masterclasses. In this evening of poetry and music, he is joined by Gareth Rees-Roberts, former winner of the Julian Bream Prize and one of Britain’s most sought-after classical guitarists.
The 2015 programme will be announced in the new year.
Find out about previous Madingley Concerts - and listen to recordings of world premiere performances
ICE runs a number of short courses designed to enhance your appreciation of listening to and performing music.
|The myth of Manon: the Abbé Prévost and his imitators||23 January 2015||Available|
|The English madrigal: a participatory weekend||6 March 2015||Available|
|Music and medicine in the 19th century||20 March 2015||Available|
|Venice and Rome: music from 1600–1750||8 May 2015||Available|
|Jazz improvisation||12 June 2015||Available|
|Mozart, Salzburg and Vienna: a tale of two musical cities||26 June 2015||Available|
|The Baroque concerto||3 July 2015||Available|
|German Romantic opera around Wagner||24 July 2015||Available|
|Double reed players' weekend||30 October 2015||Available|
|The evolution of the Hollywood musical||20 November 2015||Available|
|The Savoy Operas||27 November 2015||Available|
The shield at the top of this page depicts the arms of the Harding family, who restored Madingley Hall between 1905 and 1910.