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First Fitz Organ Trainee becomes Organ Scholar
After a year as Trainee, Anna Sozanska (Medicine 2012) was elected as Organ Scholar for 2017-18 and will run the College Chapel Choir.
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Outreach workshop for young violinists
In July 2017, Fitzwilliam College was proud to welcome 12 young musicians from the Cambridgeshire area for a free violin workshop with Akiko Ono.
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Chapel Choir visits Truro Cathedral
A number of singers from the Chapel Choir, joined by several former members, have recently returned from a summer visit to Truro Cathedral.
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Sonic improvisation
Innovative music sessions in Chapel organised by Musicology student in collaboration with Chaplain.
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Young women’s conducting course
Fitzwilliam College is inviting young state school women musicians aged 12-15 to a free, pioneering conducting workshop on Sunday May 28.
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Conducting workshop
Early career researchers at Fitzwilliam take part in innovative choral conducting workshop designed to develop critical academic skills.
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White Christmas
The Sirens, Fitzwilliam’s all-female a cappella group, sing the classic Christmas song!
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Two Yehudi Menuhin awards
Awards to Fitzwilliam students Hannah Roper and Sam Franklin mark the centenary of the birth of violinist and Honorary Fellow Yehudi Menuhin.
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Singing in China
The Fitz Sirens, Cambridge’s oldest all-female a cappella group, and Fitz Barbershop, the all-male harmony group, visited China in September.
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Fifteen new music premieres
Music Fellow Francis Knights (harpsichord) and the Dulcis Venti recorder quartet gave fifteen world premieres on 4 June.
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Menuhin centenary celebrations
Katharine Parton, Director of Music, has organised a series of musical events in celebration of former Honorary Fellow Yehudi Menuhin.