Lunchtime Concert: Cadenza – acapella group

Kettle’s Yard student music programmer Naomi Warburton has curated this years Student Music series, performed by University of Cambridge students.

Cambridge University’s premier A Capella group, Cadenza, perform their own arrangements and mash-ups of pop and jazz hits.

FREE, come along

Access

The House is not fully wheelchair accessible. Please get in touch if you would like us to reserve a seat for a wheelchair user and carer. Email mail@kettlesyard.cam.ac.uk or call on 01223 748100.

Britten Oboe Quartet playing Mozart, Lutyens and Berkeley

Nicholas Daniel founded the Britten Oboe Quartet together with his colleagues and co-principals of the award-winning Britten Sinfonia; they all bring to this ensemble not only the highest musical standards but also the experience of playing together over many years, resulting in warm, expressive and above all enjoyable playing. They perform music of the highest quality and explore lesser-known works both from Britain and from abroad, as well as standard classics such as Mozart’s oboe quartet.

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Tickets are £20 (£5 full time students)

Albion Quartet playing Beethoven, Maconchy and Brahms

Formed in 2016, the Albion Quartet brings together four of the UK’s exceptional young string players who are establishing themselves rapidly on the international stage.

Having made their debuts last season at the Concertgebouw Amsterdam as well as the Auditorium du Louvre in Paris, the 2018/19 season sees the Albion Quartet’s debuts at the Wigmore Hall and at Town Hall/Symphony Hall Birmingham.

Lunchtime Concert: Cambridge University Instrumental Award Scheme

Kettle’s Yard student music programmer Naomi Warburton has curated this years Student Music series, performed by University of Cambridge students.

Classical music performed by a selection of the best student chamber music groups from Cambridge University’s Instrumental Award Scheme, who receive coaching sessions from professional chamber musicians. Featuring a commissioned piece by Ignacio Mañá Mesas, inspired by Kettle’s Yard.

FREE, come along