The MagSoc Chorus

14th March 2013, 8.00 pm; West Road Concert Hall
Conductor: Lewis Owen

The MagSoc Chorus performance of the 2-piano and percussion version of Carl Orff's Carmina Burana.

Excerpt: Fortuna, Imperatrix Mundi

Excerpt: In taberna

Queens' Voices

23rd February 2013, 9.00 pm; Queens' College Chapel
Conductor: Lucy Morris

In their debut concert of secular songs and arrangements, Queens' Voices raised supported the Alzheimer's Society raising over £400 for the charity!

Finzi: My Spirit Sang All Day

Whitacre: With a lily in your hand

Chamber Opera - Purcell's Dido & Aeneas

16th February 2013, 7.30 pm; Queens' College Chapel
Conductor: Karol Jaworski

For the second year in a row, Queens' Chapel hosted a chamber opera during Week 5 of Lent Term. The performance, accompanied by a period baroque ensemble, was produced in partnership with the Cambridge University Opera Society, for a short but successful performance run.

Extract: Overture - Adagio

Extract: Aira - Come Away, Fellow Sailors

Extract: Chorus - With Drooping Wings

The Stanford Orchestra

17th November 2012, 7.30 pm; Queens' College Chapel
Conductors: Karol Jaworski and Alex Davan-Wetton

Stanford Orchestra performs well-known orchestral classics, usually to a packed out Chapel venue. Our Michaelmas featured well known works by Beethoven and Holst.

Excerpt from: Beethoven's Egmont Overture

Excerpt from: Holst's Marching Song

Queens' College Chamber Choir

3rd November 2012, 9.00 pm; Queens' College Chapel
Conductor: Karol Jaworski

The choir's Metamorphosis concert featured a sequence of sacred and secular music and poetry exploring themes of death, resurrection and afterlife, culminating in There is an Old Belief from Parry's Songs of Farewell.

Ralph Vaughan-Williams: The cloud capp'd towers

Harris: Bring Us, O Lord God

Parry: There is an Old Belief


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