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    Recital: 24 May 2021– Cambridge Crossing Borders Recital

    Diasporic songs of Belonging: Judeo-Spanish women’s songs
    Dr Vanessa Paloma Elbaz

    Women's songs in the vernacular have served for centuries as spaces of intergenerational communication and for the sonic meeting of oral and written knowledge. Paloma Elbaz is one of the world's experts in Judeo-Spanish women's songs and is recognized internationally as a performer of this repertoire.

    Recital: 17May2021

    Estonian music for violin and piano.Violin – Ella Fraser; Piano – Julia De Luca

    Frates Arvo Pärt
    The Cock’s Dance Eduard Tubin

    Recital: 10May2021

    Second-year Music student, Emily Porter, presents a flute recital of pieces inspired by nature, including Messiaen's challenging 'Le Merle Noir'. With Jill Morton on piano.

    Night Soliloquy Kent Kennan
    Honami Will Offermans
    Le Merle Noir Olivier Messiaen

    Recital: 8March 2021– Cambridge Crossing Borders Recital

    Xi Zhang – guzheng
    Pieter Magusin – Slovakian folk music: an introduction with accordion

    For more details about Slovakian folk dance and instruments please look at the .

    Recital: 2 November – Emily Porter (flute) with Noah Jay (piano)

    2nd Year music student, Emily,presents a programme of 20th century flute works.

    Kokopeli Katherine Hoover
    Eight Pieces Paul Hindemith
    Homani Wil Offermans
    Suite Paysanne Hongroise Béla Bartök





    Recital: 9 November – Ella Fraser (violin) with Julia DeLuca (piano)

    Violin Sonata in G major Johannes Brahms
    Prelude No. 1 George Gershwin
    Vocalise Sergei Rachmaninoff
    Banjo & Fiddle William Kroll





    Recital: 30 November – Cambridge Crossing Borders Recital

    This is the inaugural recital in what hopes to be a series of concerts featuring music and instruments from around the globe. Some performances could not happen due to lockdown, but we are pleased to present these two:

    • Anna Ryan (shakuhachi) – Sokkan
    • Dr Lucy Delap (uilleann pipes) & Clive Lawson (bouzouki & fiddle) – Irish Reels & Jigs

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    Music & Words: 16 May 2021– Women's leadership

    No Coward Soul is mine By Emily Brontë
    Hymne to Christ Imogen Holst, words by John Donne
    Cryogenic By Sridala Swami
    To my daughter in a red coat By Anne Stevenson
    The Call Gail Randall
    Women’s Leadership Dr Jill Armstrong
    Progress By Rupi Kaur
    We shall walk through the valley Undine Smith-Moore

    Music & Words: 8 November – In honour of Black History Month

    We wear the mask Paul Lawrence Dunbar
    Steal Away Traditional, attr. Wallace Willis, arr. Edward Eicker
    Slaughters of Silence Dani Ladipo (PhD student)
    I know why the caged bird sings Maya Angelou
    Summer is Gone Samuel Coleridge-Taylor
    Remembering, Re-membering Patricia Glinton-Meicholas
    Deep River Traditional, attr. Wallace Willis
    The British Benjamin Zephaniah
    Lean on Me Bill Withers, arr. Ewan Campbel

    Music & Words: 22November – Music, when soft voices die

    Music, when soft voices die Percy Bysshe Shelley
    Music, when soft voices die Rebecca Clarke
    I am in need of music Elisabeth Bishop
    To be sung on the Water Louise Bogan
    To be sung on the Water Samuel Barber
    Music A. S. J. Tessimond
    The Sunny Side of the Street Dorothy Fields
    Peace I leave with you Amy Beach