Concert: A Courtly Garland by Orpheus Britannicus

Date & timeFriday, 16 November 7:30pm - 9:00pm
LocationTrinity Hall, Trinity Lane, Cambridge, CB2 1TJ
Cost£15 standard | £10 concessions | £5 students
Booking closing date Thursday, 15 November 12:00pm
Dress code None
Event type Concert and drinks reception

Concert information

Join us on Friday 16 November to hear Orpheus Britannicus, Trinity Hall’s ‘Ensemble in Residence’, perform music from A Courtly Garland, charting the rise of the trumpet within art music during the Baroque period. Featuring Robert Farley (Baroque Trumpet), Theresa Caudle (Baroque Violin) and Trinity Hall’s Director of Music, Andrew Arthur (Organ & Director). The following pieces will be performed:

Grossi – Sonata in D for Trumpet & Strings, Op. 3, No. 11
Handel – Organ Concerto in G minor, Op. 4, No. 1
Finger – Sonata in C for Trumpet, Violin & Continuo
Handel – Organ Concerto in F major, Op. 4, No. 4
Torelli – Sonata in D for Trumpet & Strings (G.6)

The concert will last for approximately 75 minutes after which, you are invited for a post-concert drink (included in the ticket price). Please note that there will not be an interval and entry after the concert has begun may not be permitted. The doors will be open from 7pm and we ask that guests take their seats by 7.25pm. Seats will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Booking and cost

Advance bookings will be taken until midday on Thursday 15 November, after which, tickets can be purchased on the door from 7pm. Online booking is now available – please click here.

Tickets cost £15 standard, £10 concessions and £5 students (ticket prices include a post-concert drink).

Tickets

Once you have booked your ticket(s) you will receive a booking confirmation which you will be asked to present on arrival. Please either print a copy or display using a handheld electronic device. You will not be issued tickets.

Location

Trinity Hall, Trinity Lane, Cambridge

The concert will take place in the Dining Hall: Dating back to 1350 and updated in the Georgian period, the dining hall includes a beautiful timber framed high-vaulted ceiling and original medieval features including stained glass crests and its minstrels’ gallery.

Contact

If you have any queries, please contact Emma Grieveson on arts@trinhall.cam.ac.uk or call +44 (0)1223 332550.