Would you like to audition for the Cambridge Philharmonic Chorus?

Our friendly chorus is looking to recruit some new members. We perform an exciting repertoire, working with the orchestra and world-class soloists in some beautiful Cambridge and East Anglian venues. Joining the chorus is a great opportunity to return to singing, we work together to improve and have a real sense of community, brought together …

Working with the next generation of performers

As part of our ongoing community engagement, Cambridge Philharmonic have been excited to work with local young people as part of an initiative developed alongside ‘The Sounds of Shakespeare’ concert on 20th May. The Garfield Weston Foundation and Pye Foundation have generously supported the project, using workshop sessions to engage young people in our music …

Cambridge Edition Review: Pictures at an Exhibition

Following a brilliant performance of “Pictures at an Exhibition” last Saturday, Cambridge Philharmonic have received a wonderful review from the Cambridge Edition. “An ambitious repertoire, executed with great technical ability, Cambridge Philharmonic’s latest performance under new musical director Harry Sever guided audiences on a spellbinding journey through a wide range of soundscapes and delivered a …

FIFTY YEARS OF MUSIC-MAKING WITH CAMBRIDGE PHIL

One of our longest-standing Chorus members, Jennifer Day, has written and published a book about her fifty years with the Phil! Fifty years of music-making with the Cambridge PhilBy Jennifer Day Jennifer Day’s fascinating account of her 50 years with the Cambridge Phil, records her experiences of singing under seven different conductors – Peter Dennison, …

You’re invited to Cambridge Philharmonic’s 2022/23 Season

A very warm welcome to Cambridge Philharmonic’s 2022-23 season, which I’m thrilled to introduce as the society’s new Music Director. The season begins with a ‘Come and Sing’ performance of Haydn’s iconic Nelson Mass. No prior preparation required – just dust off your vocal chords and enjoy Haydn’s rip-roaringly dramatic music. Our West Road concerts …

Cambridge Philharmonic bids farewell to Timothy Redmond

On Saturday 9th July, the Cambridge Philharmonic returns to Ely Cathedral for a performance of Mahler’s epic Second Symphony (‘Resurrection’). The concert marks an extraordinary 21-year association with conductor, Timothy Redmond, who stepped down as Music Director last summer. ‘My first ever concert with the Phil was at Ely Cathedral’, writes Timothy Redmond, ‘and so …