This calendar lists events associated with Trinity College. Members of College are welcome to add events to it.
|18th May 2005||19:55||Academic||Entente Cordiale||Sartre (1905-2005), the Writer: Les chemins de Sartre. 'Ecrire c'est ca que j'ai aime vraiment.' (Situations X). Celebrating the centenary of the birth of Jean-Paul Sartre, the writer - controversial, but inescapable. Through readings of his works, we will follow his life and find that Sartre, the scapegoat of a century he sought to embody, survives triumphantly through his writings. Performed by Arlette Kendall (Old Combination Room).|
|18th May 2005||20:00||Music||Trinity College Music Society||Patrick Ashcroft and Sam Webster
Patrick Ashcroft (tenor) and Sam Webster (piano) perform a programme of German Lieder, including Schumannís Dichterliebe and works by Beethoven, Wolf, Schubert and Strauss. Tickets £5 / (£3 concessions / £2 TCMS members) available on the door (Chapel). TCMS.
|17th May 2005||20:00||Film||CineClub||Two films exploring the treatment of eroticism by two female directors: 'Romance X', Catherine Breillat (1999) @ 8pm [French with English subtitles] and 'Trouble Every Day', Claire Denis (2001) @ 10pm French and English with some English subtitles] (Winstanley Lecture Theatre).|
|17th May 2005||20:00||Academic||Political Thought and Intellectual History Workshop||David Gange will talk about 'Religion and science in late nineteenth-century British Egyptology'. Drinks and other refreshments will be available. To offer a paper contact Damian Valdez (dv212) (Old College Office).|
|15th May 2005||10:00||Chapel||College Communion||Followed by breakfast. Preacher: Revd David Mackenzie Mills (Chapel).|
|15th May 2005||11:00||Chapel||University Confirmation Service||Emmanuel College Chapel|
|15th May 2005||18:15||Chapel||Chapel Service||Revd Dr Andreas Loewe, Chaplain at Michaelhouse Centre - "Making God Known at Michaelhouse" (Chapel).|
|15th May 2005||20:00||Music||The Chamber Musicians of Cambridge||The Chamber Musicians will perform one of Beethoven's 'Rasumovsky' Quartets, Op.59 No.3 in C major, and Dvorak's Piano Quintet in A major, Op.81. in the Queen's Building at Emmanuel College. Tickets at £10, students £5 (including a glass of wine) are available from the Corn Exchange Box Office (357851) or at the door.|
|11th May 2005||19:30||Societies||Trinity College Politics Society||Lord (Douglas) Hurd, former Foreign and Home Secretary, will be addressing a meeting of TrinPol at 7:30pm on Wednesday the 11th of May in the OCR. Entrance for members is free; non-members will be charged £1. All are welcome (Old Combination Room).|
|11th May 2005||20:00||Music||Trinity College Music Society||Acclaimed soprano, Sophia Apostolou is accompanied by Lin Carter in a recital which includes wonderful works by Debussy, Wolf and Tchaikovsky. Traditional folk songs and the funny but dark Britten Caberet Songs compliment the programme. Both Sophia and Lin are accomplished performers, and this evening promises to impress. Tickets £5 / (£3 concessions / £2 TCMS members) available on the door (Chapel). TCMS.|
|10th May 2005||20:30||Societies||Cambridge University Sudan Society||William Patey CMG was the British Ambassador to Sudan from 2002 until the end of April this year, and was heavily involved in the negotiation of the recently-signed peace agreement between the Sudanese government and the rebel Sudan People's Liberation Movement (SPLM), which ended the civil war that has been going on and off since 1956. Ambassador Patey was also deeply involved in ongoing negotiations between the government and rebels in
Darfur, at the heart of which lies the disarmament of the Janjaweed. Mr. Patey will give a brief talk on the recent developments in the Sudan followed by a question and answer session. Entry is free for all and drinks will be served after the event (Old Combination Room).
|8th May 2005 to 5th Jun 2005|| ||Chapel||Soul Space||Find relaxation and "time out" especially around the exam period. Soul Space will see the Chapel as never seen before! It's a space for you to feel welcomed, to relax and be refreshed. Whether you're a regular chapel-goer or if you've never ventured inside, this is for you to use and enjoy (Chapel).|
|8th May 2005||10:00||Chapel||Holy Communion||Holy Communion without Choir, followed by breakfast Preacher: Revd Ruth Adams, Chaplain (Chapel).|
|8th May 2005||15:00||Music||Trinity College Music Society||The Wren Library Concert. This popular annual event in the spectacular surroundings of the Wren Library features Amy Carson singing Mozart's Exsultate Jubilate, Howard Leithead playing Albinoniís Oboe Concerto in D minor op.9 no.2, and a vocal interlude by Trinityís finest singers. James Sherlock conducts.
In the Wren Library. Tickets are free to members. Members should log in to request tickets online. TCMS.
|5th May 2005||17:30||Academic||History of the Book Seminar||Susie Randall (Trinity): 'Attitudes to Press Control: How London newspaper printers avoided censorship attempts during the Exclusion Period (1679-1685)' (Allhusen Room).|
|4th May 2005||20:00||Music||Trinity College Music Society||IAS Piano Trio: Laura Holmes (violin), Jess Jennings, (ícello) and Suzanne Szczetnikowicz (piano), a newly formed IAS piano trio, present a programme of Beethovenís Archduke Trio and Piano Trio by the acclaimed British composer Rebecca Clarke. Tickets £5 / (£3 concessions / £2 TCMS members) available on the door (Chapel). TCMS.|
|1st May 2005||10:00||Chapel||College Communion||College Communion followed by breakfast. Preacher: Revd Dr Arnold Browne, Dean of Chapel (Chapel).|
|1st May 2005||18:15||Chapel||The Empty Tomb||A Service of Music and Readings for Easter
|29th Apr 2005||20:00||Music||Trinity College Music Society||TCMS welcomes acclaimed soloists Florence Cooke and Marie Macleod in Brahmsí glorious Double Concerto, a week before they perform at Aldeburgh. The second half presents Dvorak's epic Eighth Symphony, performed by an orchestra comprising many of the university's finest instrumentalists and conducted by Trinity Collegeís very own James Sherlock (Chapel).|
|20th Mar 2005||14:00||Academic||Trinity College Science Society Student Symposium||The second student symposium of Trinity's Science Society will provide an opportunity for Trinity students to present and discuss their research and promote a sense of community. The programme will include short talks delivered by Prof. Sir Andrew Huxley,OM, FRS, and Prof. Sir Martin Rees, FRS. The event will be followed by a dinner in Hall and presentation of prizes for the best presentations in the Master's Lodge (Winstanley Lecture Theatre). Further details.|
|19th Mar 2005||20:00||Music||Harpsichord and organ concert||Douglas Hollick. More details from the Institute of Continuing Education, Madingley Hall (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|19th Mar 2005||20:00||Music||Trinity College Music Society||An evening of avant-garde music for brass ensemble. Full details to be confirmed. Tickets £8/£5/£3 available on the door (Chapel). TCMS.|
|18th Mar 2005||20:00||Students||Commemoration Feast|
|17th Mar 2005||20:00||Music||The Sagittarian Consort||The second concert in a three-part series being put on by The Sagittarian Consort, Cambridge's finest early music ensemble. The Consort will be performing Buxtehude's sublime 'Membra Jesu Nostri' and other Lenten works. Further details/tickets from jcf30 or jwo22 (Chapel).|
|16th Mar 2005||20:00||Music||Trinity College Music Society||In conjunction with the Friends of the University Library, Lindsay Dixon presents a piano recital including works by Bach, Beethoven, Chopin and Liszt. Tickets £7/£7/£3 to include wine (Chapel). TCMS.|