Saturday 2nd July 2016
Saturday 10th September 2016
2016 marks 100 years since the Battle of the Somme. To commemorate the event the Imperial War Museum has commisioned the film music composer Laura Rossi to write a soundtrack to accompany the 1916 film of the battle. 100 orchestras across the land will perform the new work alongside live screenings of the film between July 2016 and July 2017. On Saturday the 10th of September 2016 the Cambridge Concert Orchestra are bringing the project to Cambridge. We will perform in St George's church (Chesterton) as part of the Cambridge Film Festival. We are enormously proud to be part of this national event. You can find out more about the project on the project's website: www.somme100film.com
Future venues and charities
In 2015 the CCO raised over £4,900 for other charities through our concerts.
We are always eager to play in new venues and we are now taking bookings for next year. If you would like to arrange a concert please email our Concert Manager at email@example.com.
We are very keen to hear from local violinists. We have a healthy membership in most other sections, but there are vacancies. For information on joining please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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This term's repertoire
You can get a sense of what we play by glancing through the music we have in our pads presently. Some of this will show up in our forthcoming concerts and some pieces are just there because we enjoy playing them in rehearsals.
|CCO Rehearsals - Current Pad Contents|
|The Battle of the Somme||Laura Rossi|
|The Beauty of Life||Edwin Sung|
|Fanfare for Richard III (trumpets, trombones and percussion only)||Paul Lewis|
|Mambo (from West Side Story)||Leonard Bernstein|
|The Merry Wives of Windsor Overture||Nicolai|
|Suite from As You Like It||Roger Quilter|
|Two Shakespeare Sketches||Ralph Vaughan Williams|
|West Side Story Leonard||Bernstein|
|Kiss me Kate Selection||Cole Porter|
|March - "Youth of Britain" from the Three Elizabeths Suite||Eric Coates|