As we begin the second lockdown, we reflect on the past two months of music making in the Cambridge Philharmonic. Following guidelines from Making Music, the orchestra and chorus started rehearing again at the beginning of September. We began with … Continued
We hope you are keeping well and making up for the complete lack of live classical music with the wealth of material available online and on the radio – from Radio 3 and Classic FM to YouTube and Operavore. If you … Continued
We are very sad to hear that world-renowned conductor, and previous Vice President of the Cambridge Philharmonic, Raymond Leppard has died, aged 92. A trail-blazing Musical Director, Leppard played an enormous role of the reintroduction of Italian Baroque-era opera into … Continued
With our performance of ‘Stargazer’ just around the corner (7.30, 17th October, West Road Concert Hall), our Director Tim Redmond sat down with the piece’s composer, Jonathan Dove, and our Trombone soloist Peter Moore, to discuss this amazing musical work. … Continued
Our Orchestral Leader, Paula Muldoon, has recently featured on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire’s ‘Women Making Waves’! Paula, a software developer, composer and violinist, was interviewed as part of a series on women at the forefront of empowering local change. You can … Continued
Congratulations to Bianca Andrew, Margo Arsane and Elgan Llyr Thomas who have just been awarded bursaries at the International Opera Awards! All three young singers sang with us in Falstaff in December 2016.
Jan Moore reports on the Phil’s 2017 Family concert. Visit Cambridge 105 Drive to hear the podcast.