Cambridge University Symphony Orchestra

Date: 16 May 2008 - 20:00
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Cambridge University Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1990 to be the first - and only - entirely student-run orchestra in Cambridge. It has quickly risen to prominence as an orchestra that not only produces results of consistently high artistic quality, but also has a reputation across the University as the friendliest musical institution.

Conducter: Julian Black and Carlos Del Cueto. Flute: Harry Winstanley.

Programme details
Vaughan Williams

Ibert - Flute Concerto

Nielsen - Symphony No. 3 (Sinfonia Espansiva)

Ticket info £12/£6 (concessions)/£4 (students)
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