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College Calendar

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

18th May 201418:15ChapelChoral EvensongPreacher: The Revd William Morris
(Senior International Tax Counsel and Director of European Tax Policy, General Electric, and NSM at St Martin in the Fields, London)
From (before the) cradle to (after the) grave:
a Christian life course – Working

preceded by Organ Recital at 17:40
Peter Wright (Southwark Cathedral) plays music by Muffat, Purcell, Reger and Bach

17th May 2014 AcademicCongregation DatesStudents or Alumni who are eligible to receive degrees may do so.

11th May 201418:15ChapelChoral EvensongPreacher: Dr Ashley Cocksworth
(Tutor in Systematic Theology, Queen's Foundation, Birmingham)
From (before the) cradle to (after the) grave:
a Christian life course – Loving

preceded by Organ Recital at 17:40
Christopher Stokes (Manchester Cathedral) plays music by Bach and Couperin

4th May 201418:15ChapelChoral EvensongPreacher: The Revd Debbie Ford
(Chaplain at Addenbrooke's Hospital, and NSM at St James's Church, Cambridge)
From (before the) cradle to (after the) grave:
a Christian life course – Raising and Nurturing

preceded by Organ Recital at 17:40
Richard Tanner (Rugby School) plays music by Dumage, Locke and Bach

3rd May 201410:00AdmissionsOpen Day: Mathematics onlyOur Open Days are intended to provide prospective applicants with information about the College and its admissions procedures. Visitors will also be able to attend the Mathematics Faculty Open Day in the afternoon. Further details.

3rd May 201412:00MusicO thou whom my soul loveth: Singer PurThe German ensemble Singer Pur performs Adrian Willaert, Dominique Phinot, Jacobus Gallus, Jean de Latre and Jean Richafort alongside more recent German composers Wolfgang Rihm and Hans Schanderl, and Ivan Moody's Canticum Canticorum.

Tickets £20 (concessions £15) available from (Chapel). Cambridge Early Music.

3rd May 201419:30MusicFestival of the Voice Gala ConcertThe Hilliard Ensemble
Singer Pur
Eo Nomine

The final concert in the Festival of the Voice epitomises the forty years of The Hilliard Ensemble's outstanding achievement. We bring together three generations of vocal ensembles, in a programme which crosses the ages and geographical borders. The dynamic new ensemble Eo Nomine sings Wilbye, Tomkins, Monteverdi, Gesualdo and Schütz. Singer Pur offers a Festival first with music by Brahms, Sting, and Cole Porter. amarcord sings Jean Cras and joins The Hilliard Ensemble in a work by Roger Marsh. The Hilliards sing Japanese folksongs by Toshio Hosokawa. The climax of the Festival comes when conductor Sarah Tenant-Flowers directs a performance of Orlando Gough's 'Hand over Hand', given by all four ensembles.

Tickets £30 (concessions £25) including interval drink; available from (Chapel). Cambridge Early Music.

2nd May 201418:30MusicA Hilliard Anniversary AlbumTo launch Cambridge Early Music's Festival of the Voice, The Hilliard Ensemble performs 13th-century French music by Pérotin; Sheryngham and Cornysh; Armenian traditional music; Arvo Pärt and Vache Sharafyan. They are joined by Singer Pur for Ivan Moody's Anástasis.

Tickets £20 (concessions £15) available from (Chapel). Cambridge Early Music.

2nd May 201421:00MusicNah sind wir, Herr: amarcordFounded in 1992 by erstwhile members of the world-famous Leipzig Thomanerchor, the five singers of amarcord present a programme of music from 'the libraries of St Thomas and amarcord'. Mixing the old and the new, they contrast 16th- and 17th-century works by Pandolfo Zallamella, Giovanni Battista Stefanini, Johann Walter and Orlando Lassus, with contemporary works by Krzysztof Penderecki, Ivan Moody, Marcus Ludwig, Bernd Franke and Sidney Marquez Boquiren.

Tickets £20 (concessions £15) available from (Chapel). Cambridge Early Music .

30th Apr 201411:00Guest SpeakerFellows' Research TalksThe talks are held in the Masters' Lodge and start at 6:30pm.

27th Apr 201418:15ChapelChoral EvensongPreacher: The Dean of Chapel
From (before the) cradle to (after the) grave:
a Christian life course – Conceiving

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

26th Apr 2014 AcademicCongregation DatesStudents or Alumni who are eligible to receive degrees may do so.

24th Apr 2014 AcademicRedit dayThe beginning of Full Term

24th Apr 2014 AcademicLectures beginLectures are held in University Term, with weeks designated 1-8, starting on a Thursday

19th Apr 201411:00ChapelSaving StoriesA short, informal, and family-friendly event exploring the meaning of Easter, followed by refreshments and an Easter egg hunt (Chapel).

8th Apr 201409:00AdmissionsHumanities ResidentialWe are pleased to announce that we will be hosting our second Humanities Residential from 8 to 10 April for Year 12 students who want to find out more about studying humanities and social sciences at Cambridge.

Places are limited so please apply as early as possible. It will not be possible to consider applications after the deadline of 27 February.

For more information visit:.

28th Mar 201419:30MusicZenobia ConsortThe Zenobia Consort from Spain present a concert of the music of Tomás Luis de Victoria, directed by Rupert Damerell. Admission Free (Chapel). Zenobia Consort website.

14th Mar 2014 AcademicExit dayThe end of Full Term

14th Mar 201418:30ChapelCommemoration of BenefactorsAddress to be given by Professor Philip Allott, Trinity College (Chapel).

13th Mar 201413:00MusicTrinity College Choir - Lunchtime ConcertThe Choir will perform a free lunchtime concert in Chapel on Thursday 13 March from 1.00-1.45pm.

The programme includes music by Byrd, Tallis, Parsons, Bach, Morten Lauridsen and Owain Park (Junior Organ Scholar)

Admission free (Chapel).

11th Mar 201418:00Guest SpeakerBeyond the Higgs boson - the search for new physics at the LHCProfessor Andy Parker 11th March

Beyond the Higgs boson - the search for new physics at the LHC

The talk will review the our understanding of particle physics following the discovery of the Higgs boson, and the completion of the "Standard Model" of partilces and their interactions. The motivations for seeking a deeper layer underpinnng the Standard Model will be explained, and the current results on searches for supersymmetry and extra space dimensions will be described, with a view to the upcoming run of the Large Hadron Collider at higher energy.

Talk will be held at the Winstanley Lecture Theatre

10th Mar 201420:30Guest SpeakerTrinity Maths Society - Dr. Rachel Camina (DPMMS): Conjugacy Classes in Finite GroupsIf we know the sizes of conjugacy classes in a finite group what does this tell us about the group? We will discuss this problem (Winstanley Lecture Theatre).

9th Mar 201418:15ChapelChoral EvensongPreacher: Anne Atkins, broadcaster, journalist and novelist
People of the New Testament: Paul

preceded by Organ Recital at 17:40
Owain Park (Trinity College) plays music by Buxtehude, Bach, Karg-Elert and Leighton (Chapel).

7th Mar 201419:15MusicConcert performance of the 1698 Viennese Jesuit Mulier fortisConcert performance of the 1698 Viennese Jesuit 'opera', *Mulier fortis* (Adolph/ Staudt) by the Solomon's Knot Baroque Collective (in association with the international conference: 'Changing Hearts: Performing Jesuit Emotions Between Europe, Asia and the Americas').

Friday 7 March

7.15 pm Old Combination Room.

Free but places limited. Please RSVP to Pam Bond: (Old Combination Room).

7th Mar 201419:30MusicThe Angel and the DevilAdrian Butterfield (Trinity 1984) - baroque violin
Laurence Cummings - harpsichord

Violin sonatas by Leclair and Locatelli, in an unmissable performance by the UK's foremost baroque duo.

Tickets £20, concessions £15 from or from Selene Webb in the Old Post Room, Whewell's Court. (Chapel)
Student standby tickets £5, at the door only, subject to availability. .

Members of the College are welcome to add events relating to Trinity to this Calendar. To do so, please send an email to 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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