Events

Sunday Feb 3

BRIDGING THE DIVIDE

9.30am

Conservatorio Claudio Monteverdi

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Sunday Feb 3

BRIDGING THE DIVIDE

Amateurs and Professionals working together

An illustrated lecture as part of the ERPS (a society of professional recorder players in Europe) 

8th Biennale

In Bolzano, Northern Italy

9.30am

Conservatorio Claudio Monteverdi

Weekend Feb 15-17

THE AGE OF EXTRAVAGANCE

Madingley Hall CB23 8AQ

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Weekend Feb 15-17

THE AGE OF EXTRAVAGANCE

Baroque music & painting

with Evelyn (music) & Lydia Hammett (art

The Institute of Continuing Education

University of Cambridge

Madingley Hall

CB23 8AQ

https://www.ice.cam.ac.uk

+44 (0) 1223 746262

Madingley Hall CB23 8AQ

Saturday Feb 16

Illustrated lecture

4.30pm - 6.00 pm

University of Cambridge Madingley Hall CB23 8AQ

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Saturday Feb 16

Illustrated lecture

The Loves of Mars and Venus by John Weaver was the first modern ballet, telling a story through dance, gesture and music. Its first performance was at Drury Lane in 1717. The history books say the score and choreography are lost, but did they ever exist as such? 

A detective story led by 

Evelyn Nallen, recorder, with Chiara Vinci, dance, and David Gordon, harpsichord.

4.30pm - 6.00 pm

University of Cambridge Madingley Hall CB23 8AQ

Sunday Feb 24

Afternoon Concert

2.30pm - 4pm

Girton College Library Cambridge CB3 0JG

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Sunday Feb 24

Afternoon Concert

Concert by Zero Gravity, 

Cambridge’s recorder band directed by Evelyn with 

Derek Scurll, percussion

2.30pm - 4pm

Girton College Library Cambridge CB3 0JG