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Friday 8 March, Parish Church, Wye, 7.30pm

University of Kent Chamber Choir and Consort

Daniel Harding, Hannah Ost conductors


Choral music across the ages, including works by Mozart, Haydn and Morten Lauridsen.


T: Full £10 / Students & Children free - on the door only

Sunday 10 March, Colyer-Fergusson Hall, 3pm

University of Kent Camerata
Prokofiev Peter and the Wolf


William Wollen narrator
Susan Wanless conductor


An hour-long concert for all the family, however young or old. University musicians and alumni come together to perform one of the great orchestral fairy tales, telling the story of Peter and his friends the bird, duck and cat, the grumpy grandfather and the big bad scary wolf!


T: Full £8 / Students & Children £5: click here

Wednesday 13 March, Colyer-Fergusson Hall, 1.10pm

Lunchtime Concert
Minerva Voices and Ensemble



Matthew Raisbeck piano
Daniel Harding conductor


Choral music across the centuries from the University’s upper-voice choir and musicians, including movements from Vivaldi’s Gloria and music by Rutter, Ola Gjeilo, Britten and a new piece by Russell Hepplewhite.


T: Free, with suggested donation £3

Thursday 14 March, Colyer-Fergusson Hall, 5.15pm

University of Kent String Sinfonia

Let us Serenade You

Floriane Peycelon director


Talented student string players will perform an early evening concert featuring some of the most celebrated string repertoire works, including Mozart’s Serenade, Tchaikovsky’s Serenade and Britten’s Simple Symphony.


T: Free

Fri 15 March, St Michael’s Church, Hernhill, nr Faversham, 7.30pm

University Chamber Choir

Breathing Space


Daniel Harding conductor



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


(Postcode of venue: ME13 9JU)

T: free

Sunday 17 March, Colyer-Fergusson Hall, 7pm

Amici Chorus
Brahms Ein Deutsches Requiem


Grenville Hancox director

Rebecca Kaznowski soprano
Peter Cox bass baritone

Patrick Dunn & Stefan Catto piano

A performance of  Brahms  1871 edition of this beautiful work for chorus, two soloists and piano (fourhands)

T: £15: click here
Tickets sold on behalf of Canterbury Cantata Trust

Friday 22 March, Colyer-Fergusson Hall, 7.30pm

University of Kent Concert Band and Big Band
Sound Waves


Ian Swatman conductor


For this year’s dazzling concert, the University of Kent’s Concert and Big Bands perform an eclectic mixture of music, from John Williams to Michael Jackson, Gordon Goodwin to classic Count Basie.


T: Full £13 / Students £7: click here

Sat 23 March, Colyer-Fergusson Hall, 7pm

WorldFest: International Showcase

The ultimate cultural talent contest - come and enjoy the finale of WorldFest 2019 as University of Kent Societies showcase the best music and dance from their cultures in this vibrant and electric event. Not to be missed!


T: Free (reserved)

Saturday 30 March, Canterbury Cathedral Nave, 7.30pm

The Colyer-Fergusson Cathedral Concert

University of Kent Chorus and Symphony Orchestra


Rachel Nicholls soprano
Susan Wanless conductor
Zaneta Balsevic leader


Verdi - Stabat Mater
Mendelssohn – Symphony No 4 in A, Italian
Butterworth – A Shropshire Lad, Rhapsody for Orchestra
Poulenc - Gloria


A musical ‘grand tour’ of Europe. Italy links the two works in the first half of the concert, beginning with Verdi’s dramatic Stabat Mater, composed at the very end of his life after his famous Requiem. All the intoxicating atmosphere and colours of Italy are then captured in Mendelsson’s fizzing Fourth Symphony, inspired by his own tour of Europe from his native Germany between 1829 and 1831.


We are then reminded of the futility of war, with the English composer George Butterworth’s highly personal orchestral setting of Housman’s poem, made all the more poignant by the composer’s tragic death in the trenches in WW1. The concert ends in France with Poulenc’s Gloria, a captivating mixture of mischievous joie de vivre and calm reflection.


T: £22, £18, £14, £10, £8: click here

Sunday 31 March, Colyer-Fergusson Hall, 7.30pm

Kent College Spring Concert
Mozart Requiem


Julian Ross conductor


Kent College’s musicians are delighted to return to Colyer-Fergusson to perform Mozart’s Requiem with their combined Senior Choirs and Choral Society. The concert will also feature performances by the College Orchestra and senior soloists, including talented young pianist Finn Gape, who will perform a movement from Shostakovich’s Piano Concerto No 2.


T: Full £8 / Concessions £6: click here

Tickets sold on behalf of Kent College

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