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Saturday 3 Feb, Colyer-Fergusson Hall, 7pm

Caritas Chamber Choir with Het Saxofoonorkest


Het SaxofoonorkestCaritas Chamber Choir collaborates with Het Saxofoonorkest (The Saxophone Orchestra) from The Netherlands. The orchestra features every kind of Saxophone and will present a concert of classics like you’ve never heard them before! It will be conducted by Benedict Preece and Karl Veen.


T: Full £10 / Under 18s £5
Tickets sold on behalf of Caritas Chamber Choir

Friday 9 Feb, Colyer-Fergusson Hall, 7.30pm



FaraBack by popular demand after their amazing lunchtime concert last year! Finalists in the BBC Radio Folk Awards 2017 as best newcomers, Fara brings together four emerging musicians at the forefront of today’s young Scottish folkscene - Jennifer Austin, Kristan Harvey, Jeana Leslie and Catriona Price’s three fiddles, vocals and piano – to produce a fiery sound rooted strongly in their musical upbringing in Orkney.

The four musicians hold degrees from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, the Royal Northern College of Music, Strathclyde University and the Royal Academy of Music and are winners of the BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award, the BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician of the Year and The Deutsche Bank Award in Performance and Composition.


T: Full £15 / Students £7: book here

Wednesday 14 Feb, Colyer-Fergusson Hall, 1.10pm

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From Russia with Lunch


Drama abounds as the CantiaQuorum trio delivers a powerful programme this Valentine’s Day. Spy some sensational Prokofiev among the Russian regulars as Romeo and Juliet meet Lyadov’s magical music box. Wake up you sleeping beauties, and come along!


T: Free, with suggested donation £3

Friday 16 Feb, Colyer-Fergusson Hall, 1.10pm

FluteLunchtime Concert
University of Kent Music Scholars

Natanya Freedman, Lauren Kohli flutes
Daniel Harding piano


Including music by Mozart, Doppler, Debussy and Chaminade.


T: Free, with suggested donation £3

Friday 23 Feb, Studio 3 Gallery, Jarman Building, 1.10pm

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#EarBox: University Chamber Choir

Daniel Harding, Matthew Cooke conductors


Continuing the series exploring the meeting-point of live music and visual art, an evocative programme of choral music from Tallis to Paul Mealor, set amidst the backdrop of Studio 3’s latest exhibition, ‘The Ash Archive.’


T: Free

Friday 23 February, St Michael's Church, Hernhill, 7.30pm

CandlesBreathing Space

University Chamber Choir

Daniel Harding, Matthew Cooke conductors


An hour-long contemplative service by candlelight in a fifteenth-century church, featuring a sequence of music interspersed with periods of silence.


T: free

Saturday 24 February, Colyer-Fergusson Hall, 7.30pm

Jack NaismithAn Evening of Lieder

Jack Naismith tenor
Stephen Matthews piano

An evening of Lieder featuring the music of Schubert, Richard Strauss and Wolf. The programme will include well-known pieces by Schubert, including Erlkönig, Der Lindenbaum, Die Forelle, and also Strauss' Morgen. The duo will also explore music set to the words of Goethe's twin poems, Prometheus and Ganymed, with the works being set to the music of both Schubert and Wolf.


T: Full £10 / Concessions £7
Tickets sold on behalf of Jack Naismith


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Wednesday 28 Feb, Colyer-Fergusson Hall, 1.10pm

Ramnath Venath BhagavathWorldFest Lunchtime Concert

Ramnath Venkat Bhagavath south Indian classical (Carnatic) vocalist

Ramnath Venkat Bhagavath is a University Music Scholar studying for a Masters in Applied Actuarial Science. He has performed in many prestigious events and broadcasts in India, and in 2016 performed in the renowned ‘Swathi Sangeethotsav’ at the royal palace of Trivandrum, an event which attracts musicians from across the globe. This concert will feature a selection of different Ragas and Thalas in the Carnatic music tradition, accompanied by violin, mridangam and ghatam.


T: Free, with suggested donation £3

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