Feedback from Midwinter Celebrations concert, February 2022

' ........we had a wonderful evening and thank you so much ........ It was a fantastic gig.

 I play in (local band) and could tell how much work went into the pieces. Well done to everyone involved as it was a great success. It was great to see the turnout as clearly people are loving the opportunity to see live music again......'

SB 

'Thank you so much ......... my daughter and I watched a brilliant and world class performance last night. We both enjoyed it a lot.

My daughter met Mark Bebbington in CCMF a few years back and she was so proud then that he gave her a merit on her performance. She relived that moment after watching and listening to him last night.'

RL

 

Some past highlights from the Sinfonia of Cambridge are presented below:

New Cambridge Singers & Sinfonia of Cambridge: Christmas Concert at St John the Evangelist Church, December 2018

'The Sinfonia of Cambridge provided some beautiful accompaniment to the drama, the ‘oriental’ oboe melody heard from time to time being particularly effective'.

Joy Lisney performs Elgar’s Cello Concerto

West Road Concert Hall, January 2018

'One of the most exciting young musicians to emerge in recent years, Joy returned to play with the Sinfonia after making her debut playing Walton’s Cello Concerto in 2014. Joy is currently studying for a PhD at King’s College, Cambridge'.

Marie-Noelle Kendall plays Brahms’ Piano Concerto

West Road Concert Hall, October 2017

'Cambridge-based Marie-Noelle was a BBC Young Musician of the Year finalist and has performed widely in the UK, Europe and Australia and recorded for BBC radio and television and for Classic FM'.

Strauss, Mozart & Beethoven with Tom Poster

West Road Concert Hall, May 2015

'In demand internationally as soloist and chamber musician across an unusually extensive repertoire, Tom Poster has been described as “a marvel” (The Herald) and “mercurially brilliant” (The Strad). In this concert he performed Mozart’s Piano concerto K467 to great acclaim'.