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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

11th Mar 200918:30FellowsFellows' Research TalksA reminder that the second of the Lent Term Fellows' Research Talks will be
this Wednesday, 11th March, 6:30-7:50pm in the Master's Lodge.

Speakers will be Professor Philip Allot and Dr Mbou Eyole. Drinks will be served, and all are welcome, including partners. Please RSVP Ruth Easthope if you plan on coming, ree23@cam.ac.uk, or email Joel Cabrita, jmc67@cam.ac.uk if you have any questions.

10th Mar 200922:00ChapelSung ComplineLate evening service sung by the Choir and others who wish to join them. Please contact the Organ Scholars if you would like to sing. All are welcome to attend the service (Chapel) (Chapel).

7th Mar 200920:00MusicCUMS CHORUS AND PRIME BRASS CONCERTTim Brown conductor.
Soloists taken from CUMS Vocal Soloists Competition.
Tickets: £15, £12 concession, £5 students

DETAILS: Walton Coronation Te Deum
Henri Tomasi Procession Nocturne
Winning work in the CUMS Choral Composition Competition 2008-09
Rutter Gloria
Bruckner Four motets
Schoenberg Fanfare on motifs of Die Gurrelieder,
Lauridsen O Magnum Mysterium
Timothy Brown Jesus Christ's Expostulation
Arvo Pärt De Profundis
Walton Jubilate Deo
Tom Kimber Harvest Moon (world premiere) (Chapel). CUMS website.

5th Mar 200917:00Guest SpeakerLecture - Lost in the Big House: Anglo-Irishry and the Uses of the Supernatural This term's Clark Lecturer will be Prof. Roy Foster (Hertford College, Oxford), who will speak on the following theme:

‘Words Alone Are Certain Good’: Literature, nationalism and politics in nineteenth-century Ireland

Open to all, with no ticket required. Mill Lane Lecture Rooms.

5th Mar 200917:00AcademicHistory of Philosophy SeminarAndrew Hicks (University of Toronto) will give a paper on ''Philosophical contexts for musical theory in late ancient Platonism'. All welcome.
(Deighton Room).

4th Mar 200913:00ChapelLent Lunch - Aspects of TrinityMY ROAD TO TRINITY
Free lunch at 1.00pm in the Old Kitchen, followed by a talk by Mr Brian Trow (Accommodation and Conference Co-ordinator) and discussion; finishes by 2.00pm (Old Kitchen).

4th Mar 200919:30SocietiesTCMS presents the Cambridge Bach PlayersThe Cambridge Bach Players return to Trinity after last term's sell-out concert. Their all-Bach programme will include Brandenburg Concerto no. 5 (soloists Rupert Compston, Eugene Feygelson and Catherine Bradley) and cantata BWV 105 'Herr, gehe nicht ins Gericht', alongside a violin sonata (soloist Maxim Kosinov) and motet sung by Trinity choral scholars. Conducted by Samuel Hogarth. Tickets £8, £5 students, free for TCMS members (Chapel).

4th Mar 200920:00Guest SpeakerA Reading by the Acclaimed Novelist Iain BanksIn the Masters Lodge

Please email (masters.secretary@trin.cam.ac.uk) prior to the reading to reserve seats.

1st Mar 200917:40MusicSunday Organ Recital (before Evensong)Organist: Rupert Compston (Trinity College) (Chapel).

27th Feb 200920:00SocietiesTCMS presents- Schubert and MendelssohnThe Trinity Players return under the direction of Christian Stier and Tom Lovering with a programme including Schubert's Unfinished Symphony and Mendelssohn's much-loved Violin Concerto. Soloist Natasha Sachsenmeier. Tickets £5 (£3 concessions/free for TCMS members) available on the door (Chapel) (Chapel).

25th Feb 200913:00ChapelLent Lunch - Aspects of TrinityTRINITY: A MATHEMATICIAN'S VIEW
Free lunch at 1.00pm in the Old Kitchen, followed by a talk by Prof. Bela Bollobas and discussion; finishes by 2.00pm (Old Kitchen).

24th Feb 200917:00Guest SpeakerLecture - The First Romantics: Young Irelands between Catholic Emancipation and the FamineThis term's Clark Lecturer will be Prof. Roy Foster (Hertford College, Oxford), who will speak on the following theme:

‘Words Alone Are Certain Good’: Literature, nationalism and politics in nineteenth-century Ireland

Open to all, with no ticket required. Mill Lane Lecture Rooms.

24th Feb 200919:15ChapelShrove Tuesday Pancake PartyDr Martin and the Chaplains invite you to this year’s Chapel Pancake Party on Shrove Tuesday (24th February).
This will take place at 12 Bridge Street, soon after Choral Evensong has finished. Meet us outside Chapel or come along to the flat from 7.15 onwards. All welcome.

22nd Feb 200917:40MusicSunday Organ Recital (before Evensong)Organist: Philip White-Jones (Southwell)

21st Feb 200914:00AlumniTrinity in the City Panel DiscussionA number of Trinity Alumni working in the city are visiting the College to talk to students about their experiences in the financial world (14:00 - 15:30).

Organised by Trinity City Futures, Trinity in the City Association (TCA) and the Alumni Relations Department (Old Combination Room).

17th Feb 200917:00Guest SpeakerLecture: The Politicisation of Irish LiteratureThis term's Clark Lecturer will be Prof. Roy Foster (Hertford College, Oxford), who will speak on the following theme:

‘Words Alone Are Certain Good’: Literature, nationalism and politics in nineteenth-century Ireland

Open to all, with no ticket required.

. Mill Lane Lecture Rooms.

17th Feb 200918:15ChapelCorporate EvensongAn ecumenical service of Choral Evensong, to which members of all Christian denominations are warmly welcomed. The homily and prayers will be led by students, and the service is followed by supper for all (Chapel).

15th Feb 200917:40MusicSunday Organ Recital (before Evensong)Organist: Greg Morris (Temple Church) (Chapel).

11th Feb 200918:00FellowsDean's Wednesday EveningOliver Morton, Chief News and Features Editor of 'Nature', will speak about his latest book, 'Eating the Sun', hosted by Acting Dean of Chapel Jessica Martin. All welcome (Old Combination Room).

8th Feb 200917:40MusicSunday Organ Recital (before Evensong)Organist: Anne Elise Smoot (London)

5th Feb 200918:00ChapelRoman Catholic Mass (Chapel).

3rd Feb 200918:15SocietiesMike Coupe - Trading Director of Sainsburys - Trinity Politics Society eventTrinity Politics Society event (Old Combination Room).

2nd Feb 200918:15ChapelCandlemas Sung EucharistMesse pour Notre-Dame (Briggs)
Hail, gladdening light (Bednall)
Preacher: The Revd Dr Jessica Martin (Chapel).

1st Feb 200917:40MusicSunday Organ Recital (before Evensong)Organist: Michael Waldron (Trinity College) (Chapel).

30th Jan 200917:45SocietiesAndrew Duff MEP - Trinity Politics Society eventTrinity Politics Society event (Old Combination Room).

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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