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College Calendar


This calendar lists events associated with Trinity College. Members of College are welcome to add events to it.
DateTimeCategoryEventDetails

9th Mar 201320:00MusicOpus ChoraleBach: St John Passion
directed by Jeremy Cole
with Gwilym Bowen (Evangelist)

Tickets available online from wegottickets

Details from afw35@cam.ac.uk (Chapel). .

5th Mar 201318:30Guest SpeakerFellows' Research TalksThe talks are held in the Masters' Lodge and start at 6:30pm.

4th Mar 201320:30Guest SpeakerMATHS SOCIETY: Combinatorics and Cancer - Prof. Simon Tavaré (DAMTP)Speaker: Prof. Simon Tavaré (DAMTP)

It is difficult to follow the evolution of a cancer over large numbers of
cell divisions. Instead of using direct measurements. However, it is
possible to infer features of this evolution from indirect measurements
such as patterns of mutations in the tumour. I will give an overview of two
stochastic processes that arise in understanding tumour heterogeneity, the
spatial structure of mutations in tumour cells. Time allowing, I will
describe how Approximate Bayesian Computation can be used for inference in
this setting. Biological context will be provided! (Winstanley Lecture Theatre).

3rd Mar 201318:15ChapelChoral EvensongPreacher: The Revd Anna Matthews
Vicar of St Bene't's Cambridge and Diocesan Director of Ordinands
The Seven Deadly Sins - Lust

preceded by Organ Recital at 17:40
Ben Bloor (New College Oxford) plays music by Bach, Byrd and Mendelssohn

2nd Mar 201320:00MusicTrinity SingersBrahms: Ein Deutsches Requiem

Bethany Partridge (soprano)
Mike Craddock (baritone)
Elly Kornas and Cameron Richardson-Eames (piano)

Tickets £8 / £5 / TCMS members free (Chapel).

28th Feb 201320:00FilmDominique Comtat Films - Anne Portugal PoemsDominique Comtat Films
Anne Portugal Poems

Winstanley Lecture Theatre
Trinity College

8:00pm Thursday 28th February

This event is supported by the Judith E. Wilson Fund and Trinity College
(Winstanley Lecture Theatre). Download Poster .

25th Feb 201320:30MusicBritten: Ad majorem Dei gratiamRachel Ambrose-Evans (soprano)
Helen Charlston (alto)
Hiroshi Amako (tenor)
Jonathan Pacey (bass)

Tickets £3 / £2 / TCMS members free (Old Combination Room).

24th Feb 201310:00Guest SpeakerTrinity Maths Society Annual Symposium 10:00am to 17:45pm
Talks by fellows and PhD students, ranging across all areas of mathematical research. The event is free and open to all; no particular specialist knowledge is assumed. There is no need to stay for the whole day - just drop in on talks you find interesting. (Winstanley Lecture Theatre). More details and a timetable of the day.

24th Feb 201318:15ChapelChoral EvensongPreacher: Dr Anna Williams
Lecturer in Patristic and Medieval Theology and Fellow of Corpus Christi College Cambridge
The Seven Deadly Sins - Gluttony

preceded by Organ Recital at 17:40
Greg Morris (Temple Church) plays music by Bach

23rd Feb 201321:00MusicJazz in the Bar (College Bar).

22nd Feb 201320:00MusicElly Kornas (piano)Beethoven: Piano Sonata in C minor op. 13 'Pathetique'
Medtner: 2nd Improvisation op. 47
Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody in E major no. 10

Tickets £3 / £2 / TCMS members free (Chapel).

21st Feb 201318:00AcademicHow Margaret Mead Won the Second World War and Lost the Cold WarPeter Mandler, Professor of History at Cambridge University and President of the Royal Historical Society, will talk about his new book, Return from the Natives: How Margaret Mead Won the Second World War and Lost the Cold War. The lecture will take place in the Winstanley Lecture Theatre on Thursday 21 February at 6.00-7.00pm, followed by a reception at 7.00-8.00pm. It will be chaired by Professor Dame Marilyn Strathern, Honourary Fellow of Trinity College and former William Wyse Chair of Social Anthropology. (Winstanley Lecture Theatre).

19th Feb 201312:00MusicExodus 12CANCELLED

Free to all (Chapel).

18th Feb 201320:30AcademicAbstraction in Mathematics - Dr. Julia Goedecke (DPMMS)From 20:30-21:30
The word abstraction often sounds daunting to many non-mathematicians, and probably also to some mathematicians. However, abstraction is all around us: not only in mathematics, but also in the way we form terms and concepts in our language. For example we all group together houses, schools, college chapels and skyscrapers under the word "building". So if we know something that is common to all buildings (for example that they have to be maintained), then we know this for every building we meet without having to work it out anew in each case.

Mathematics builds heavily on abstraction. Some even say that abstraction is the main ingredient in mathematics. I will present some examples of mathematical concepts that arise as abstractions of well-known situations which every undergraduate has met. My research area - category theory - can be called the most abstract area of mathematics. We will try to explore the point of view and underlying principles that drive category theorists to their very abstract way of thinking.
(Winstanley Lecture Theatre).

17th Feb 201318:15ChapelChoral EvensongPreacher: Professor Catherine Barnard
Professor of European Union Law and Fellow of Trinity College Cambridge
The Seven Deadly Sins - Greed

preceded by Organ Recital at 17:40
Eleanor Kornas (Trinity College) plays music by Bach, Vierne and Mendelssohn

16th Feb 201320:00MusicTrinity College Chamber OrchestraVaughan Williams: Fantasia on Greensleeves
Tchaikovsky: Suite from Swan Lake
Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto

Tickets £8 / £5 / TCMS members free (Chapel).

13th Feb 201318:15ChapelSung Eucharist for Ash WednesdayThere will also be a said Eucharist at 12.00 midday

11th Feb 201320:30MusicJulia St ClairBoccherini: Stabat Mater

Tickets £3 / £2 / TCMS members free (Old Combination Room).

11th Feb 201320:30AcademicRisk and Ruin - Dr. Susan Pitts (StatsLab)Mathematical models for premium income and claim payments are important in the assessment of risk in insurance. I will describe some current risk models, and illustrate the use of mathematical ideas and techniques in ruin theory (Winstanley Lecture Theatre).

10th Feb 201318:15ChapelChoral EvensongPreacher: The Revd Philip North
Team Rector, Parish of Old St Pancras, London
The Seven Deadly Sins - Sloth

preceded by Organ Recital at 17:40
Andreas Warler (Steinfeld) plays music by Bach and Krebs

10th Feb 201321:00MusicJazz in the BarCANCELLED
(College Bar).

8th Feb 201317:00MusicTCMS Annual General MeetingTrinity College Music Society AGM.
A new committee for 2013-2014 will be elected. All TCMS members are welcome to attend (Frazer Room).

8th Feb 201319:30MusicThe Tudors at Prayer: devotional music for Henry, Mary and ElizabethMAGNIFICAT, director Philip Cave

Amy Haworth (ex-Trinity Choir), Alice Gribbin
Sally Dunkley, Caroline Trevor
Steven Harrold, Benedict Hymas
William Dawes, William Gaunt, Giles Underwood

Taverner: Quemadmodum desiderat
White: Christe qui lux es et dies
Byrd: Tribue, Domine
Mundy: Adolescentulus sum
Parsons: Domine, quis habitabit
Parsons: Ave Maria

Tickets £20 (concessions £15), available online at www.cambridgeearlymusic.org or from Selene Webb (330870, sjw32@cam.ac.uk) (Chapel). .

7th Feb 201319:30AcademicPaul Snowdon: 'Wittgenstein on Rule Following: Some Aspects'This even has unfortunately been cancelled.

6th Feb 201318:30FellowsFellows' Research TalkThe first evening of this term's Fellows' Research Talks will take place
on Wednesday February 6 starting 6.30pm and finishing at 7.50pm in the Master's Lodge. Everyone
in College, including partners, is welcome. The talks will finish in
time for dinner.

Our speakers this year have already taken us from Antibodies to Atoms
and from Christianity to Causality and the upcoming set of speakers
promises to be just as exciting. They are:

*Dr **Glen Rangwala* (Social and Political Sciences), who has decided to
take this as the stage of a major confession as he tells us about
"*Predicting the Middle East, or Hosni Mubarak: My Part in His
Downfall"*. (Expect the Egyptian tabloid to be present)

And:

*Dr Malte Groshe* (Physics), who will report from the frontier of
boundless materials in condensed matter research (Title TBC).

Please RSVP by e-mailing to (masters.events@trin.cam.ac.uk ) if you are
planning to come, or if you have any queries, and those fellows wishing
to dine after the talks are kindly requested to sign in by Tuesday
February 5.

Members of the College are welcome to add events relating to Trinity to this Calendar. To do so, please send an email to calendar@trin.cam.ac.uk as soon as possible in advance of the event with the following information:



  • the date of the event;

  • the time it will take place (or 'all day');

  • the title of the event;

  • very brief details about the event (which may include a website address);

  • your name.


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