The Kellaway Concert Series have been made possible by a generous bequest from the estate of the late Donald Kellaway, a Fellow of St Catharine’s College. The series showcases the best instrumental and choral music in the University and also brings to the College professional musicians to coach and collaborate with students.
In recent years, the series has presented large-scale works such as Bach's St John Passion and Monteverdi's Vespers, and hosted artists such as His Majestys Saggbutts and Cornetts, singers singers Mark Le Brocq and Stephen Varcoe, percussionists Colin Currie and the ‘O’ Duo, organists Stephen Titterington and David Goode, and ensembles such as Chamber Domaine and The Clerks; with programmes ranging from the Classical chamber repertoire to a 24-Hour sound installation and from traditional Persian music to new student compositions.
Tickets are free to college members; and are priced £6/£4 (concs)/£2 (students) for non-members; unless otherwise stated.
Tickets can be reserved in advance by emailing email@example.com or calling 01223 337746.
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The Society for Strange and Ancient Instruments
The Ministry of Angels
Clara Sanabras - voice, renaissance and baroque guitars, oud
Clare Salaman –hurdy gurdy, nyckelharpa, hardanger violin
Jean Kelly– clasarch, bray harp, medieval harp
Peter McCarthy – unusual bass instruments
The Choirs of St Catharine's and Queen's Colleges
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Orchestra
Tickets £12/£8 (concessions)/£4 students
available from ADC Ticketing: adcticketing.com; 01223 300085
A contemporary programme from student composers and players
Programme details tbc
Chelys Viol Consort
with Rachel Ambrose Evans soprano
Music by John Dowland
An evening of Jazz:
Sara Mitra with The Acrobat Trio
Choral concert for Lent; featuring music by Browne, Fayrfax and Leighton
with St Catharine's College Choir
Choral and instrumental music from the College's choirs and instrumentalists.
Last modified 1st March 2014