Cambridge Music Festival

Cambridge Music Festival

Cambridge Music Festival (CMF) is held each year in November. The programme focuses on Music, Education and Technology -- three areas for which Cambridge is renowned worldwide. World-class artists feature in orchestral, choral and chamber music concerts, alongside a programme of education and community events, and outdoor sound/light projections.

Address: Cambridge
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://www.cambridgemusicfestival.co.uk
Membership type:Charity <100 staff (£50+VAT pa)

Festival director, Justin Lee, is currently putting together the programme for November 2016.

Plans for 2016 currently include world-class artists such as pianist Murray Perahia with the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, tenor Ian Bostridge sings Schubert's song cycle 'Winterreise', and pianist Paul Lewis performs Schubert, Brahms and Liszt. Choral programmes include the Choir of King's College Cambridge with Aurora Orchestra, and combined Cambridge College Choirs are joined by Britten Sinfonia for Elgar's 'The Dream of Gerontius'. Also planned are community and education projects, plus free events featuring new music and electronica.

The Festival's corporate sponsors confirmed for 2016: TTP Group, Artemis Fund Management, Birketts, Howard Group, Tees Law, ARM and Ashton Legal 

 

 

If you or your business is interested in sponsorship opportunities at Cambridge Music Festival, please contact Justin Lee at justin.lee@cambridgemusicfestival.co.uk.

The Colin Currie Group

Steve Reich’s work for percussion comes to this year’s Cambridge Music Festival

Steve Reich has been blurring the boundaries of classical music for more than a generation and has influenced artists from David Bowie to M83. Now his music is coming to the Cambridge Music Festival for a special performance this November.

5 October 2018Read in full

Classical music with a difference at Cambridge Music Festival this November

Classical music with a difference at Cambridge Music Festival this November

Cambridge Music Festival, the annual boutique classical festival, brings an explosion of sound to the city this November with some of the best classical musicians in the world - and this year’s programme is packed with novelty and surprise.

2 October 2017Read in full

 Steve Reich (photo credit: Wonge Bergmann)

Cambridge Music Festival injects the city with world class music

Cambridge will punch above its musical weight once again this November, when the Cambridge Music Festival (CMF) fills the air with an extraordinary range of classical and contemporary music heavyweights. The box office is open now.

13 September 2016Read in full

 Berlin Philharmonic String Quintet (BPSQ)

World’s best orchestra sends players to Cambridge

Members of the world’s best orchestra – the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra – will appear at the Cambridge Union on Tuesday 12 April (7.30pm) for a popular programme of music for string quintet, from Mozart to Piazzolla.

29 March 2016Read in full

Classic FM partners Cambridge Music Festival

Cambridge Music Festival is celebrating a major new partnership with Classic FM, the UK’s most popular classical music station, which will be providing national coverage of the CMF.

3 November 2015Read in full

Cambridge Music Festival

Cambridge Music Festival announces rise in corporate sponsorship for fourth year running

Cambridge Music Festival (CMF), the city’s leading classical music festival, has attracted more corporate sponsorship than ever before.

15 September 2015Read in full

violinist Joshua Bell

Cambridge Music Festival attracts international artists – tickets now on sale

The full programme for Cambridge Music Festival (CMF) is announced today and tickets are now on sale. Artists from the USA, Hungary and Italy feature alongside the UK’s best classical talent in a series of world-class events from Monday 9 – Thursday 19 November.

1 September 2015Read in full

Cambridge Music Festival logo

Cambridge Music Festival attracts international artists

The full programme for Cambridge Music Festival has been announced and tickets are now on sale. Artists from around the world – including the USA, Russia, Germany and Austria – feature in an ambitious series of world-class events, from Wednesday 12 – Saturday 22 November 2014.

2 September 2014Read in full

Cambridge Music Festival celebrates music, education and technology

Next month (12-22 November 2013), Cambridge Music Festival celebrates three areas for which the city is universally renowned: music, education and technology, in a programme of concerts and events in venues across the city.

21 October 2013Read in full