The Cambridge Brahms Festival
An orchestral performance to close the Festival
Friday 21st April
The Cambridge Brahms Festival is a new festival to celebrate the life and music of Johannes Brahms, featuring performers from across the University of Cambridge, as well as guest artists and expert speakers.
This evening's performance is an orchestral concert featuring some of Brahms’ most popular compositions and some lesser known works, to conclude the inaugural Festival.
Edward Reeve piano
Toby Hession, Richard Gowers, Edward Reeve, Roc Fargas-i-Castells conductors
With a free pre-performance talk by Dr Martin Ennis at 7:30pm
Brahms Tragic Overture
Brahms Academic Festival Overture
Brahms Second Piano Concerto
Ticket & Booking Information
£12 standard, £10 concessions, £5 students
ADC Ticketing 01223 300085