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Wednesday 11 February, Colyer-Fergusson Hall, 1.10pm

Tango dancerLunchtime Concert
Piazzolla - Tangos


David Le Page violin
Matthew Sharp cello
Milos Milivojevic accordion
David Gordon piano


Music that picks you up, clasps you to its bosom and whispers sweet nothings as it transports you around the dance floor of your wildest imagination. These four internationally-acclaimed musicians will unlock the dark passions and irresistible tenderness of tango supremo, Astor Piazzolla, whose searing melodies and intoxicating rhythms play like the soundtrack to an overwhelming love affair. 


T: Free, with suggested donation £3

Weds 18 Feb - Tues 3 March, Colyer-Fergusson Foyer, 1.15pm

PianoA Variation a Day

Daniel Harding piano

Kathryn Cox soprano


A performance each week-day of a variation on 'Bist du bei mir' fromVariations for Judith (see Wednesday 4 March).


T: free

Friday 20 February, Colyer-Fergusson Hall, 7.30pm


Living Room Music


Alexandra Reid and Katherine Shave violins
Susanna Hurrell soprano
Alex Caldon director/trumpet


Handel - Silete Venti
J S Bach - Concerto for Two Violins in D Minor
Cage - Living Room Music
Telemann - Tafelmusik Suite in D


For their latest concert of the year, our exciting new ensemble-in-residence, CantiaQuorum, presents another fascinating and ingenious programme. This time they turn to the 18th century to perform some classics of the baroque, together with a bonus twentieth-century ‘extra’ to complement Telemann’s ‘table-music’. If you came to their last concert you will know the calibre of these outstanding musicians – if you didn’t, you are in for a treat!

T: Full £13 / Students £7: click here

Saturday 21, Sunday 22 February, Colyer-Fergusson Hall, 7.30pm

Musical Theatre Society Presents...


A musical celebration of the darker side of stage and screen.



T: Full £8 / Concessions & Students £5

Thursday 26 February, Studio 3 Gallery, 4pm

#EarBox: GlassWorks

Palindrome at Studio 3Daniel Harding piano


Set amidst the backdrop of the current Studio 3 exhibition, Palindrome, the second in the series of collaborative events between the School of Arts and the Music Deparment sees a recital of piano music by American minimalist composer, Philip Glass. The programme includes movements from the soundtracks to The Truman Show and the BAFTA-award winning The Hours.


Further details here


T: free

Friday 27 February, Colyer-Fergusson Hall, 7:30pm

University of Kent Concert Band and Big Band

GlobeAround the World in ….

Ian Swatman conductor
Louise Cookman vocalist


For this year’s concert the University of Kent Concert and Big Bands take a musical journey from Lawrence’s Arabia, across to the Emerald Isle and then to the streets of New Orleans. They are joined by Louise Cookman, who sings with, amongst others, the Pasadena Roof Orchestra and The Piccadilly Dance Orchestra, and recently appeared on Len Goodman’s (Strictly Come Dancing) BBC Four series on the history of ballroom dancing.


T: Full £13 / Students £7: click here

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