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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

3rd May 200918:15ChapelCollege EvensongPreacher: The Revd Stephen Shipley
Producer, BBC Religious Broadcasting.

God and Music: Britten (Chapel).

2nd May 200920:00MusicThe Beethoven EnsembleBeethoven Piano Concerto No. 4
Saint-Saëns Symphony No. 2
Beethoven Choral Fantasy

Dan Hill – conductor
Tickets £10 (£8 concessions / £3 students / free for TCMS members) available on the door and in advance from the following website (Chapel). Beethoven ensemble website.

1st May 200920:00MusicBach and StravinskyBach - Brandenburg Concerto No. 3
Stravinsky - Dumbarton Oaks

Julian Black – conductor
Tickets £5 (£3 concessions / free for TCMS members) available on the door (Chapel).

30th Apr 200913:15MusicTCMS - Lunchtime recitalLucy Hayward – soprano
Admission free. No booking required, just turn up (Chapel).

30th Apr 200918:15ChapelChoral Evensong (Chapel).

29th Apr 200922:00MusicTCMS - Late Night SeriesCollege musicians performing late night music in the Chapel.
Dominic Kraemer – bass
Michael Waldron – piano
Admission free. No booking required, just turn up (Chapel).

28th Apr 200920:00SocietiesThe Trinity College Literary Society Presents: The Perdika PressFollowing their two, highly successful, previous readings to the TCLS, the returning Perdika line up will include Mario Petrucci, Peter Brennan, Nick Potamitis, Jacqui Rowe and Thomas Weber. For more information see www.perdikapress.com (Old Combination Room).

19th Apr 200913:00MusicTrinity College Choir ConcertLunchtime Recital in Chapel as part of Cambridge Cantat 800. This is a week-long celebration of the University’s rich and diverse tradition of choral music, as part of the University’s 800th anniversary

Holst - Choral Hymns from the Rig Veda
Laudridsen - Nocturnes
O'Regan - Care Charminge Sleepe
Bax - Mater ora Filium
Briggs - Messe pour Notre-Dame

Tickets: £5
Available from the Corn Exchange Box Office - 01223 357851 (Chapel). Cantat 800.

27th Mar 200919:30MusicLaydie Louthians LiltePantagruel (voices, flutes, lutes, gitterns and citterns) give a semi-staged performance of Scottish and English music published in the 17th century, soon after the unification of the two countries.

Tickets £15 (students / unwaged £10) available from Selene Webb in the Chapel Office, or online at www.CambridgeEarlyMusic.org (Chapel). .

13th Mar 200918:30ChapelCommemoration of BenefactorsAn address will be given by Lord Hurd (Douglas Hurd) (Chapel).

12th Mar 200913:15MusicTrinity College Choir - Lunchtime RecitalThe Choir will perform a lunchtime recital in Chapel from 1.15 to 1.55pm.

Including Bach Jesu, meine Freude and music by Mendelssohn and Lauridsen.

Admission Free (Chapel).


12th Mar 200917:10Guest SpeakerLecture - Oisin Comes Home: Yeats as InheritorThis 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.

11th Mar 200912:00ChapelLent Lunch - Aspects of TrinityTRINITY: A PATERNAL VIEW
Free lunch at 1.00pm in the Old Kitchen, followed by a talk by Mr Nick Denyer (Fellow and Father of the College) and discussion; finishes by 2.00pm (Old Kitchen).

11th Mar 200918:15SocietiesMichael Edwards - influential author on civil society and philanthropy - Trinity Politics Society eventTrinity Politics Society event (Old Combination Room).

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).

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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