Moving Tone - Spiritual en Michaelhouse - Trinity Street, Cambridge <div align="justify"> St Michael's Church is a Ministry of the Parish of St Mary the Great with St Michael, Cambridge. The Michaelhouse Centre, situated in St Michael's Church, opened in 2002 as a unique Community resource in the City Centre. It is a place of beauty and tranquillity offering affordable meeting space for groups in an accessible venue. It comprises a modern and well-equipped café, meeting rooms for hire, display/exhibition space, performance space and the medieval Hervey de Stanton Chapel, set aside for meditation and prayer. It is a registered charity.<br /> </div> acoustic charities choirs choirs classical community community events composition electric gigs - acoustic new music new music and improv poetry spiritual Spiritual venue workshops Sun, 02 Nov 2008 16:24:41 +0000 1834 at Concerti for Christmas - Cambridge Early Music Concert Series 2008 <div class="event-nodeapi"><div class="event-start"><label>Start: </label>13 Dec 2008 - 19:30</div></div> <div class="event-nodeapi"><div class="event-tz"><label>Timezone: </label>Etc/GMT</div></div> The Musical and Amicable Society <p> The Cambridge Early Music Concert Series 2008 are delighted to welcome back this vibrant young period-instrument chamber orchestra for a Christmas concert. This year they will play Bach's Concerto for 3 violins, Vivaldi's Concerto for 4 violins, Telemann's Concerto for 2 violas, and Graun's Harpsichord Concerto. </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> acoustic classical classical clubs and societies community events early music gigs - acoustic new music and improv Orchestral spiritual Spiritual Wed, 16 Jul 2008 11:06:04 +0000 Corinna Moving Tone 905 at A Performance by the Cologne New Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra <div class="event-nodeapi"><div class="event-start"><label>Start: </label>21 Jul 2008 - 19:30</div></div> <div class="event-nodeapi"><div class="event-end"><label>End: </label>21 Jul 2008 - 23:00</div></div> <div class="event-nodeapi"><div class="event-tz"><label>Timezone: </label>Etc/GMT</div></div> <br /> The Cologne New Philharmonic Orchestra (Junge Philharmonie Köln) was founded in 1972.<br /> Its membership is mainly composed of graduates of the most important German conservatories who, upon finishing their studies, wish to experience the reality of a practical musical life playing chamber music and symphonic repertoire at a high level before furthering their careers as soloists or as members of full-time professional orchestras.<br /> In the last 34 years the CNPO Chamber Orchestra has given more than 10.000 concerts worldwide with different programs and varying formations.<br /> In Germany, it has realized 25 Television Programs and made numerous recordings.<br /> Since 1978 it has made itself well-known by its tours through most European countries, especially France, Great Britain and Spain, countries where it today enjoys the goodwill of numerous friends and admirers. <p> On the 21st July the Cologne New Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra will perform a number of popular pieces including: </p> <p> <b>Vivaldi</b> - The Four Seasons - &quot;Summer&quot; </p> <p> <b>Mozart</b> - Concerto for Horn and Orchestra in E Flat Major KV 447 </p> <p> <b>Mendelssohn </b>- Music to &quot;A Midsummer Night's Dream&quot; </p> <p> <b>Purcell </b>- &quot;Pavane et Chaconne&quot; for String Orchestra </p> <p> <b>Pachelbel</b> - &quot;Canon&quot; for 3 Violins and basso continuo </p> acoustic Choral classical classical clubs and societies community events gigs - acoustic gigs - electric new music and improv Orchestral spiritual Spiritual Wed, 16 Jul 2008 10:24:14 +0000 Corinna Moving Tone 901 at Throat-singers of Sacred Altai - AltaiKAI - Workshop <div class="event-nodeapi"><div class="event-start"><label>Start: </label>24 Jul 2008 - 19:00</div></div> <div class="event-nodeapi"><div class="event-end"><label>End: </label>24 Jul 2008 - 20:30</div></div> <div class="event-nodeapi"><div class="event-tz"><label>Timezone: </label>Etc/GMT</div></div> The music of Altai Kai exudes the energy and mystery of a snow-capped mountainous homeland in which powerful spirits need to be brought on side in order for herders and hunters to survive. By combining kai ('throat-singing' whereby a single performer creates a melody fattened by spectral overtones) and traditional instruments (horse-hair fiddles, lutes, jaw's harps, end-blown pipes and shamanic drum) with their own song-writing, this prize-winning six-piece group evokes the mythology, beliefs and everyday ambience of the sacred 'golden' Altai Mountains of southern Siberia.<br /> The 6 musicians of Altai Kai will be playing at WOMAD and the Royal Opera House as well as providing this workshop in Cambridge. acoustic choirs classical classical clubs and societies community events gigs - acoustic gigs - electric new music and improv spiritual Spiritual workshops world music Tue, 15 Jul 2008 10:58:11 +0000 Corinna Moving Tone 890 at St Luke's Church <br /> St Luke's Church Community Centre is just that, a Church which is used for worship jointly by Anglicans and the United Reformed Church. It is also a community centre, used widely by local groups and organisations. The building has rooms which can be hired, along with two kitchens all of which are available to all users. It is the aim of the centre to provide a good value facility which will be used by the local community for education, leisure and fun!  <p> The Church Centre is located near the centre of Cambridge on Victoria Road. There is a car park adjacent to the Church which is available for use by users of the centre. </p> charities choirs Church music classical clubs and societies community events community music gigs - acoustic spiritual Spiritual venue workshops Thu, 03 Jul 2008 09:31:33 +0000 Corinna Moving Tone 816 at ST EDMUNDSBURY CATHEDRAL <p> &nbsp; </p> <p> <b>Music</b> </p> <p align="justify"> Music has been offered to God in this corner of Bury St Edmunds for over a thousand years. The monks in the mediaeval Abbey were replaced after its closure in the sixteenth century by choirs of men and boys. Today, that tradition continues at St Edmundsbury Cathedral and has been expanded to include several choirs numbering over 100 young people and nearly 50 adults. Music is the principal means of expressing the worship of God in this holy place. </p> <p> &nbsp; </p> choirs Choral classical classical gigs - acoustic improvisation new music new music and improv spiritual Spiritual venue Wed, 14 May 2008 16:53:03 +0000 anneryan 481 at Histon Baptist Church On April 16th, 1858, a meeting was held in the house of James Burkett to consider the possibility of forming a Baptist church in Histon. No decision was reached and the meeting was adjourned, it was resumed three days later in John Chapman's house, where the offer by James Burkett of a section of his garden for a site on which to erect a Chapel was accepted. It was also agreed at this meeting that services should be held in the Clubroom of the &quot;Rose &amp; Crown&quot; until the new premises were ready for occupation.  <div> <br class="khtml-block-placeholder" /> </div> <div> The Chapel was opened on September 14th, 1858 on the edge of the village green (now converted to apartments). The first official meeting of members, nineteen in all, appears to have taken place on November 12th of that year, when three deacons were elected by ballot. With the exception of one person, all present at the meeting on April 16th, 1858 were baptised on October 7th, 1858. Thirteen of the nineteen original members forming the Church were baptised on that day, the majority being people in middle life.  </div> <div> <br class="khtml-block-placeholder" /> </div> <div> In order to form any adequate conception of the courage and faith of the small band of men and women who embarked on the task of building a Baptist Chapel in Histon in 1858, it is necessary to picture the conditions prevailing in the village at that time. The total population over 20 years of age in 1841 was 418, and that of Impington, 138. A very small proportion of the older men and women living in the village could read or write. (Note: No child who had not been christened was allowed to attend Day School in Histon at the time). No one in Histon owned a bicycle until about 15 years after the formation of the Baptist Church. Histon station was built in 1847, nearly a mile away from the then centre of the village. </div> <div> <br class="khtml-block-placeholder" /> </div> <div> <p><a href="">read more</a></p> community events gigs - acoustic spiritual Spiritual venue Thu, 01 May 2008 15:55:20 +0000 tomadams 287 at