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Classical Series 15/16

Experience the thrill of seeing the world’s greatest orchestras, soloists and conductors in the 2015/16 Cambridge Classical Concert Series.

Classical Series 2015/16

1 Oct 2015 - Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra
24 Nov 2015 - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
5 Feb 2016 - European Union Chamber Orchestra
2 Mar 2016 - Philharmonia Orchestra
1 Apr 2016 - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Extra event: 26 Apr 2016 - Dame Evelyn Glennie in Conversation
18 May 2016 - Moscow State Symphony Orchestra
9 Jun 2016 - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Please note the Dame Evelyn Glennie in Conversation event is an additional event to the seven concerts making up the Classical concert series and therefore is not part of the ticket subscription deals.

Ticket subscriptions

Subscribe to all seven concerts and save up to £80 across the series. You can also make savings by buying for six or four concerts. For more information, see individual event pages.

Welcome to the 2015/16 series

Award-winning percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie is our new Artist in Residence and to celebrate her fiftieth birthday, Debbie Wiseman (composer of the score for BBC TV’s Wolf Hall) has composed a brand new piece which Evelyn will be playing in the final concert of the series in June 2016.

Our resident orchestra the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra performs three out of our seven concerts this year, while its outreach wing, RPO Resound, will continue to inspire young musicians with a range of innovative education projects.

For the first time this season we welcome the RPO’s Principal Conductor Charles Dutoit and also extend a warm welcome to maestro Vladimir Ashkenazy who conducts the Philharmonia Orchestra. With a return visit from the ever-popular European Union Chamber Orchestra, a unique ‘In Conversation’ evening with Dame Evelyn Glennie, a concert by the Moscow State Symphony Orchestra and a début appearance from Dresden Philharmonic, this promises to be a season to remember.

Whether you are a seasoned concert-goer, a loyal subscriber, or are dipping your toes into classical waters for the first time, we hope to welcome you soon.

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