23 Mar 2012
Anglia Orchestra and Chorus at West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge
23/03/12 - 19:30 - £10.00/£7.00 concessions, £5.00 ARU students
Conductors: Paul Rhys, Alan Rochford
Percussion solo: Peter Mansfield
Xenakis – Psappha
Rautavaara – Cantus Arcticus
Mozart – Requiem
23/03/12 - 19:00 - £12 / £10 (con)
Still On The Roadshow Tour
23/03/12 - 19:00 - £8 / £6 con
Chris Goode & Company Presents...
The annual Searle Award for Creativity recognises excellence in any artistic discipline and is open to all students in Cambridge School of Art. The theme for 2011 is ‘Migration’. The exhibition will feature the shortlisted artists’ work with the winner announced at the Private View.
23/03/12 - 19:30 - £9.00 (£7.00 concessions)
Brother and sister Viola and Sebastian, who are not only very close but look a great deal alike, are in a shipwreck, and both think the other dead. When she lands in a foreign country, Viola dresses as her brother and adopts the name Cesario, becoming a trusted friend and confidante to the Count Orsino.
23/03/12 - 19:30 - £10.00 (£7.00 concessions, £5.00 students)
Anglia Ruskin Orchestra and Chorus begin their Spring Concert Season with Iannis Xenakis' Psappha, a virtuoso work of great energy and power for a single percussionist playing a startling array of different instruments.