Past projects

ACT_Trinity_posterThe inaugural concert of Cambridge Baroque took place in Trinity College Chapel on 29th March 2014 in support of the Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust ACT on Cancer Campaign raising £7000 for the campaign.  In addition to readings on the theme “A celebration of Life” the concert featured Purcell’s great verse anthems “Rejoice in the Lord alway” and “My Beloved Spake”; Bach’s double choir motet Singet dem Herrn, and Bach’s “St Anne” Fugue BWV 552, played by Mark Williams. The concert began with Monteverdi’s well-known psalm setting Beatus Vir, and was interspersed with readings by Jennifer Gosetti-Ferencei.

 

poster_smallIn January 2015, in Trinity College Chapel Cambridge Baroque performed “A Baroque Epiphany” which will centred on Heinrich Schütz’s great narrative work, his Weihnachts-Historie (Christmas Story) – a forerunner in form of the great German Passions, with an evangelist (Gerald Place), angels, wise men and chorus. It also featured Bach’s Brandenburg concerto No.4, and his motet Lobet dem Herrn.