Robyn Bellinger was impressed by Hippolytus, an ancient play with a fresh perspective
No, it wasn’t funny
Will Popplewell put CUPO’s ‘service to the test’ and was completely blown away. He really cannot ‘let it go’.
Does Cambridge prefer classical or punk rock? Cast your vote now!
HARRY HICKMORE thinks that this string ensemble may have played their cards a little too early.
TOMMY SHANE explores classical music in Cambridge, and implores you all to not knock it ’till you’ve tried it.
Stephanie Gonley takes a no-nonsense approach to the Romantic greats which set CUCO on fire for HARRY HICKMORE
JOE BATES on why every artist should aim for the mainstream.
TOM TRYON writes a match report… on the opera.
Metaphysics and wine adds up to a successful concert for RUTH MARINER.
DAVID HOLLAND gets filthy in the vaults. It’s confusing, but in a good way.
GABRIELLA FLATT is impressed by the sensitivity of King’s Britten Celebration.
Our music editors bring you week 4’s musical offerings.
The Tab’s listings of all things musical for the next 7 days.
A week on from his outstanding concert, JOE BATES talks to SIR RICHARD ARMSTRONG about Cambridge students and ‘goddam stupid’ composers.
RORY ATTWOOD loves the theatre & JOE CONWAY loves the music.
JOE CONWAY reviews this week’s classical events.
JOE CONWAY: ‘A dynamic conductor, a flamboyant soloist, and CUCO very near the top of its form.’
JOE CONWAY learnt that in good classical music, ‘What you don’t do is dash through it as if you can’t wait to get it over.’
JOE CONWAY: ‘Like the very spirit of Maundy Thursday this programme posed questions and raised issues, but provided no happy endings.’