Prokofiev’s ballet is stunningly performed and incredibly moving.
JONNY VENVELL finds this concert makes for impressive but difficult listening.
DANIEL LEWIS developed something of a passion for this mystical production about the making of a saint
DANIEL LEWIS and TabTV meet the team who are bringing opera to Kings College Chapel
It’s not all about lyrics and llamas, GIL KAZIMIROV argues – modern rap is as much about the language of the soul.
HARRY DADSWELL is impressed by the “Yankee swagger” of the CUMS Symphony Orchestra.
HARRY DADSWELL is charmed by a bunch of amateurs, and keeps a straight face for Brahms’ First Symphony.
Cambridge students play Soviet music just like real repressed citizens for TIM COOMBES. Strange…
CUSO don’t terrify TIM COOMBES.
Oliver Pashley challenges childhood phobias for GUY JAMES
Mixtape Soc will save you from cultural poverty, writes RUTH MARINER
RUTH MARINER breaks the silence on one of Cambridge’s best-kept classical secrets: the CUMS free Lunchtime Concert Season.
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JAMES WELLAND was impressed by the suitable ‘schizophrenia’ of this slightly repetitious concert.
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JOE BATES was blown away very quietly by Joel Rust and David Troupes’s Nauset
Being unable to see the ballet left JOE BATES to blindly suffer a lunchtime of musical mediocrity.
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ANTHONY FRIEND tells how, despite its lack of theatricality, The Dream of Gerontius a was compelling and sensitive performance.