Haslingfield Choir and Orchestra: Christmas Oratorio

All Saints' Church Church Way, Haslingfield

Haslingfield Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Paul Jackson, perform parts 4–6 of JS Bach's Christmas Oratorio. Soprano – Ruth MurphyAlto – Ute Lepetit-ClareTenor – Owen ElsleyBass – Oscar Simms


New Palace Opera: The Rake’s Progress

Holy Sepulchre Holborn Viaduct, London

A concert performance of Igor Stravinsky's The Rake's Progress by New Palace Opera, conducted by Michael Thorne.

2023 Grainger Symposium: Lines of Beauty

Join the University of Melbourne’s Grainger Museum for a symposium exploring music history, composition, and performance in the context of innovation, exploration and engagement with new media and new technologies. Hear an international panel of academics and researchers respond to historical and contemporary ideas of music, new media and the archive. Topics range from historical


Newtown Ensemble: Poulenc’s Piano Concerto

Stockbridge Parish Church 7b Saxe Coburg Street, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Poulenc's Piano Concerto is performed by Paul Jackson, with the Newtown Ensemble, conducted by Michael Thorne. Programme: Hindemith – Nobilissime Visione Poulenc – Piano Concerto in C-sharp minor Sibelius – Symphony No. 7


Mifune Tsuji Trio

Downing Place URC, Downing Street, Cambridge CB2 3EL Renowned violinist Mifune Tsuji, pianist Paul Jackson and saxophonist Jin Theriault perform as a unique trio, playing solo and trio pieces from around the world. The three musicians have been performing together since 2012. The eclectic programme includes two original works, Marc Eychenne’s Cantilène et danse and

Free Admission

Saffron Opera Group: The Marriage of Figaro

Saffron Hall, Audley End Road, Saffron Walden, CB11 4UH Saffron Opera Group brings Mozart’s sparkling comedy of romantic misunderstandings to life with a luxury cast of internationally renowned singers - including many who have become favourites with SOG audiences - and dazzling new stars. Come and be delighted by Mozart’s ravishing melodies, and tickled by

£10 – £41

St Augustine’s Singers: Nelson Mass

St Augustine's Church, Richmond Road, Cambridge CB4 3PS The St Augustine's Singers, conducted by Paul Jackson, perform Haydn's Nelson Mass. Soprano: Shiona CormackAlto: Ute Lepetit-ClareTenor: Sam MaddenBass: Alistair Bamford Admission free (with retiring collection)


Haslingfield Choir and Orchestra: Fauré Requiem

All Saints' Church, Haslingfield Road, Barrington, CB22 7RE Haslingfield Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Paul Jackson, perform Gabriel Fauré’s beautiful Requiem. ProgrammeFauré – RequiemBruckner – Locus Iste, Pange LinguaFranck – Panis AngelicusWarlock – Capriol SuiteVaughan Williams – Fantasia on GreensleevesElgar – Serenade for Strings Further information at: https://haslingfieldchoir.org.uk/next-concert.php


Music of the Ether

Vestry Hall Ranelagh Road, Ealing

Charlie Draper and Paul Jackson present a concert of music for the earliest electronic musical instruments, the theremin. The concert includes well-known music by Saint-Saëns, Rachmaninoff and Gershwin, together with original music written for the instruments. The performance will be interspersed with explanations and demonstrations of this fascinating instrument. ProgrammeCamille Saint-Saëns – ‘The Swan’ from


St Augustine’s Singers: Landbeach Bells

All Saints' Church Green End, Landbeach, Cambridge

In a special concert to celebrate the installation of two new tower bells at All Saints' Church, Landbeach, the St Augustine's Singers perform two works by the choir's founder, Philip Mead, together with a setting of the Welsh lullaby Suo Gân. ProgrammeMead – The NightingaleMead – Landbeach BellsTraditional – Suo Gân


St Augustine’s Singers: Love is Love

St Augustine's Church Richmond Road, Cambridge

As part of Cambridge Pride, the St Augustine's Singers perform music by Britten, Smyth and the Beatles. ProgrammeBenjamin Britten – Hymn to St CeciliaEthel Smyth – The March of the WomenBeatles – All You Need Is LoveFrances Poulenc – Sonata for Flute and Piano


Haslingfield Choir and Orchestra: The Turning of the World

All Saints' Church Church Way, Haslingfield

Haslingfield Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Paul Jackson, present an evening an evening of readings and seasonal music by Joseph Haydn, Gustav Holst, 
Ralph Vaughan Williams, Benjamin Britten, Percy Grainger, and Edward German Baritone: Alistair BamfordReciter: Heidi GjertsenReciter: Ansy Stephen