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Cambridge Music Festival 2018

Cambridge Music Festival 2018

Cambridge Music Festival: Ten days. 14 events. No previous experience necessary.

14 November 2018 –  26 November 2018 | Visit website | Book tickets

Cambridge Music Festival is the boutique classical event that attracts some of the very best musicians in the world to the city every November.
 
In fourteen performances over 10 days, top names in traditional classical repertoire and musicians leading the contemporary music field meet in an explosion of sound of the very highest quality. Some names you know, others you may not (…yet). All are wonderfully talented.
 
There’s music to cry to, music to dance to, music inspired by war and by love; sacred, profane, jazzed-up and pared-down; new works, old favourites; music for Popes and music for Pieces of Wood (yes, really).
 

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