The University of Cambridge Philharmonic Orchestra
The University of Cambridge Philharmonic Orchestra will be concluding the academic year with a May Week concert in the splendid surroundings of Trinity College Chapel (by kind permission of the Master and Fellows). We are delighted to welcome back Royal Academy of Music student Laura Rickard to perform Dvorak's Violin Concerto. Her performance will feature alongside Overture to The Barber of Seville by Rossini and Symphony No. 4 by Beethoven. Our conductors are Karol Jaworski and David Rice.
Tickets: £12/£7 on the door, £10/£5 in advance
Available now via www.adcticketing.com or tel: 01223 300085
UCPO is a fun, friendly student-run orchestra that welcomes players of all abilities. There are no auditions, regular pub trips, Easter term garden parties, memorable annual dinners, and the best post-concert parties in Cambridge. Hurrah!
We hold a concert once a term and aim to present classical music in a fun and unpretentious way.
If you're interested in joining, whether you're new to Cambridge or not, please check out the how to join page for more information. We welcome non-university members as well as undergrads, grads and staff from any university vaguely near Cambridge (or not)- e-mail the membership secretary if you want to know more, or just turn up to a rehearsal.