This calendar lists events associated with Trinity College. Members of College are welcome to add events to it.
|10th Nov 2009||20:00||Music||Purcell 350th Anniversary Concert||The Restoration Ensemble
Dominic Kraemer (bass)
A recital of vocal, instrumental and chamber works exploring the canon of Henry Purcell, his influences, and those whom he influenced. Includes the ode Welcome to All the Pleasures, Purcell's Elegy on the Death of Queen Mary, John Blow's anthem My God, My God, and the Britten realisation of Purcell's Sweeter than Roses.
Free Admission (Chapel). TCMS
|9th Nov 2009||20:30||Societies||Trinity Mathematics Society Film Night (800th Meeting)||N is a Number: A Portrait of Paul Erdős
To mark the occasion of our 800th meeting* falling in the 800th anniversary year of the University of Cambridge, we are proud to host a special film night with George Paul Csicsery's 1993 documentary on one of the greatest mathematicians of the 20th Century. There will be a brief talk on the history of the Society beforehand and a celebratory party is planned afterwards. (*depending on your counting system)
8.30pm with port and orange juice from 8.15pm (members only, but non-members may join on the spot) (Winstanley Lecture Theatre).
|8th Nov 2009||18:15||Chapel||Requiem (Duruflé)||Remembrance Sunday - Joint Service sung by the Choir and Trinity College Choir Association (Chapel). TCCA.|
|5th Nov 2009||13:15||Music||TCMS Thursday Lunchtime Recital||1.15 - 1.55pm
Jo Songi (soprano) and Matt Fletcher (piano) (Chapel). TCMS
|4th Nov 2009||21:00||Music||Tennyson Bicentenary Recital||An evening of poems and song settings to celebrate the bicentenary of the birth of Alfred, Lord Tennyson, alumnus of Trinity College.
Includes settings by Balfe, Massenet, Lear, Saint-Saens, Liszt, Quilter, Joachim and Britten, together with selections from The Princess, In Memoriam, and Maud, read by Dr Eric Griffiths.
Master’s Lodge, Trinity College
Admission is free and only available to members of TCMS & Trinity
|3rd Nov 2009||18:15||Societies||Panel discussion on Logic and Mathematics.||Presented by the TCSS, in collaboration with the Trinity Mathematical Society.
Wine and refreshments for the first 15 minutes and at the end (Adrian House Seminar Room).
- Dr. Tom Forster (Mathematics/Philosophy)
- Prof. Martin Hyland (Mathematics)
- Prof. Larry Paulson (Computing)
- Dr. Peter Smith (Philosophy)
|2nd Nov 2009 to 6th Nov 2009||21:00||Film||Love and Sex in Africa||Curious about Africans’ perspectives on love and sex? Tired of always hearing about sex in Africa as linked to HIV/AIDS? Free late-night film screenings of six films – including documentaries and features – set in South Africa, Mauritania, France, Senegal, Spain, Algeria, and Burkina Faso (Winstanley Lecture Theatre). Further details.|
|1st Nov 2009||17:40||Chapel||Organ Music Before Evensong||Colin Walsh (Lincoln Cathedral)|
- Meine Seele erhebet den Herrn, BWV 733 (Bach)
- Dies sind die heilgen zehn Gebot, BWV 678 (Bach)
- Dies sind die heilgen zehn Gebot, BWV 679 (Bach)
- Sei gegrüßet, Jesu gütig, BWV 768 (Bach)
|1st Nov 2009||18:15||Chapel||College Evensong (All Saints)||Professor Boyd Hilton FBA (Fellow in History at Trinity) preaches on F.D. Maurice.
|31st Oct 2009||21:00||Chapel||Reading by Candlelight||A dramatised reading by Nick Blackburn of two of the classic ghost stories of M.R. James (1862-1936).
31st October at 9.00pm, in the Chapel. Followed by Compline (at 10pm) (Chapel).
|30th Oct 2009||19:30||Music||Auf Wiener Art: concert of Baroque music from Vienna||Le Jardin Secret, prizewinners in the 2007 Early Music Network Young Artists Competition, perform music from the Habsburg imperial court. Soprano Elizabeth Dobbin is accompanied by four continuo players.
Tickets £15 (students, unwaged £10) available online at www.CambridgeEarlyMusic.org or at the door (Chapel). .
|29th Oct 2009||13:15||Music||TCMS Thursday Lunchtime Recital||1.15 - 1.55pm
Benedict Broy (violin) and Lydia Scadding (piano)
- Berg - Piano Sonata
- Fauré - Violin Sonata in A major
|29th Oct 2009||18:15||Chapel||Corporate Evensong||Christians of all denominations are invited to attend this service and share in the pizza and ice cream afterwards (Chapel).|
|27th Oct 2009||18:15||Societies||Panel discussion on Philosophy & Science.||Panellists: |
Wine and refreshments for the first 15 minutes and at the end. (Adrian House Seminar Room). TCSS.
- Prof. Simon Blackburn (Philosophy)
- Dr. Jeremy Butterfield (History and Philosophy of Science)
- Prof. Imre Leader (Mathematics)
|27th Oct 2009||18:30||Guest Speaker||"Complementary and Alternative Medicine"||Prof Lewith studied at Trinity before completing his studies in London. He is Professor of Health Research at Southampton University and has been one of the most potent forces to get alternative therapies fairly, and authoritatively, researched.
(Winstanley Lecture Theatre).
|25th Oct 2009||18:15||Chapel||College Evensong||The Dean of Chapel preaches on Ludwig Wittgenstein.
Preceded by 'Organ Music Before Evensong' at 5:40 pm:
Stephen Farr (St Paul’s Church, Knightsbridge)
- Praeludium in g, BuxWV 163 (Buxtehude)
- Magnificat Secondi Toni (Weckmann)
- Praeludium in e (Bruhns)
|23rd Oct 2009||10:00||Reading||Reading Tennyson||The Faculty of English and Trinity College, Cambridge present:
10am - 6.30pm in sessions
Judith E Wilson Drama Studio, Faculty of English
At the conclusion of these readings there will be a reception for surviving readers and listeners in the social space on the ground floor of the Faculty building. Please find full details here.
|23rd Oct 2009||14:00||Societies||"Science and Journalism"||Natasha Loder - Chair, Association of British Science Writers.
Wine and refreshments for the first 15 minutes and at the end. (Junior Parlour). TCSS.
|22nd Oct 2009||13:15||Music||TCMS Thursday Lunchtime Recital||1.15 - 1.55pm
Tom Wraith (cello) and Rupert Compston (piano)
- Martinu - Variations on a Slovak Theme
- J.S. Bach - Suite for solo cello in G major, BWV 1009
- Brahms - Sonata for cello and piano in E minor
|22nd Oct 2009||18:00||Societies||'History and Law'||Trinity College History Society: 'HISTORY AND LAW'. Four speakers will sharing their experience of law in history and history in law. Prof. Richard J. Evans will talk about the David Irving Case. Dr. Neil Jones from the Law Faculty will talk on his understanding of legal history. Dr. Phil Withington and Dr. Ben Griffin from the History Faculty will share their experience with law and history in their respective branches of British history. Free for Trinity Members, £1 for non-Trinity members (Junior Parlour). Further details (Facebook).|
|22nd Oct 2009||18:30||Academic||Michaelmas Fellows' Research Talks||Thursday 22nd October
6:30pm-7:50pm, Master's Lodge.
Ms Beci Carver: 'Comic Guinea Pigs and Floating Guns: a note on the impact of literary cartoons in Vladimir Nabokov's early work'
Dr Hugh Hunt: 'The Remarkable Accuracy of the Great Court Clock'
All are welcome, including partners. Drinks will be served. Please RSVP Ruth Easthope (ree23) if you are coming, or email Joel Cabrita (jmc67) if you have any questions.
|22nd Oct 2009||20:00||Film||Soiree Nouvelle Vague|
(Winstanley Lecture Theatre).
- 8 pm : Pierrot le Fou (J.-L. Godard, 105 mins)
- 10 pm: Cléo de 5 à 7 (A. Varda, 90 mins)
|20th Oct 2009||20:00||Chapel||University Vocations Group||A group for Cambridge students exploring the call to ordained ministry, led by Alice Goodman and Richard Lloyd Morgan (Chaplain of King’s). Meetings this term are at 8.00pm on 20th October and 17th November in F2 Whewell’s Court.|
|20th Oct 2009 to 22nd Oct 2009||20:00||Entertainment||"Let Newton Be!"||The Menagerie Theatre Company and the Faraday Institute warmly invite you to the first performance of "Let Newton Be!", a highly entertaining and compelling new play by Craig Baxter. Using Newton's own words, and those of his contemporaries, it reveals the complex, comical and obsessively driven man behind the myth. Performed exclusively for the Fellows and students of Trinity College, and special guests: Tuesday 20th and Wednesday 21st October. Prof Stephen Hawking will introduce the play on the Tuesday and a discussion led by Professor Robert Iliffe (Sussex University), director of the online Newton Project, will follow both performances. Both evenings will end with a drinks reception. The event is free but places are limited. To reserve, please contact Jonathan Edge or tel: 01223 337049. Members may bring guests and this production is suitable for ages 14+. There will also be a further free performance on Thursday 22nd October in Lady Mitchell Hall, Sidgwick Avenue at 5.30pm which is open to all members of the university. (Winstanley Lecture Theatre). Further information about the production.|
|18th Oct 2009||18:15||Chapel||College Evensong||Professor Angela Leighton FBA (Senior Research Fellow in English at Trinity) preaches on A.E. Housman.
Preceded by 'Organ Music Before Evensong' at 5:40 pm:
Gregory Drott (Pembroke College)
- Toccata V from Apparatus musico-organisticus (Muffat)
- Partite sopra passacagli (Frescobaldi)
- Worcester Brawls (Tomkins)
- Pavan (Gibbons)
- Galliarda (Byrd)
- Ciacona in D (Pachelbel)