20th July to 7th September 2016
In the Cathedral at the tower crossing
ENTRY: Free of charge, donations invited. Any donations raised at these performances will pay for
Each recital will last around 45 minutes.
Music includes Mozart Sonata No 11 in A major K331 (including the popular Rondo alla turca); Beethoven Sonata No.14 in C sharp minor Op.27 no.2 “moonlight”; Brahms Six pieces Op.118.
In the Portico at the West Front. This performance will take place whatever the weather. You may like to bring a deckchair or picnic mat, or an umbrella and travel rug, depending on the forecast.
Supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund. Read more
The Classic FM favourites bring some silliness to the Cathedral! Expect Schubert played on a quartet of rubber trout and a dazzling array of improbable pieces played on small clay instruments. Read more
Peterborough twins Hannah and Naomi Moxon, who won widespread acclaim for their appearance on The Voice talent show (BBC1, 2015), with a programme of classical and light operatic music. Read more
Recent first class music graduate, Leilani Barratt, will sing a programme including Schumann Frauenliebe und Leben. Read more
Internationally renowned pianist and virtuoso Roman Rudnytsky returns to the Cathedral having played here during the Summer Recital series of 2014. Read more
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Eighteen year old Daniel Nugent recently completed his A levels at Ormiston Bushfield Academy and hopes to progress to university. Recently he won Peterborough Music Hub's Peterborough Musician of the Year award in the Under 16 category. Read more
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Fifteen year old Nathaniel Watson was a member of the National Children's Orchestra for five years and spent a year with the Britten Sinfonia Academy. He will be performing Rachmaninov Sonata for Cello in G minor. Read more
Cathedral Lay Clerk, Robbie Haylett, will be singing pieces by Schubert, Fauré and Eisler, accompanied by pianist Naomi Woo. Read more