Tag Archive: Marlowe Theatre

Nov 09

Out of this world: University singers perform with the Philharmonia at the Marlowe

Music truly was out of this world on Wednesday 8 November, when ten singers from the University performed alongside the Philharmonia Orchestra and Philharmonia Voices, in a sell-out performance of Holst’s The Planets Suite under the baton of John Wilson at the Marlowe. Ten members of various University choirs, including several University Music Scholars, headed down the …

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Nov 10

In conversation: conductor Jaime Martín with Susan Wanless

The Director of Music will be on stage in the Marlowe Theatre this Saturday in a different guise, as she hosts an ‘In Conversation’ with the conductor of the Philharmonia, Jaime Martín, ahead of the orchestra’s concert. The Philharmonia Orchestra is back at the Marlowe Theatre on Saturday for its second concert of the season, …

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Oct 08

Canterbury Festival starts this Saturday

The wonderfully eclectic mix of music, drama, dance, art, comedy, lectures and more that is the Canterbury Festival swings into acton this Saturday, offering two weeks of artistic celebration at the heart of the city and beyond. Highlights of this year’s festival include: Local star of the international piano world, Freddy Kempf, will be performing …

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Oct 06

Theatre of Dreams: the new Marlowe

Tuesday evening’s gala opening concert at the new Marlowe Theatre celebrated the completion of a two-year refurbishment of the theatre, at the heart of Canterbury city. The star-studded evening saw the theatre’s official opening by the Duke of Wessex, and a performance with the Philharmonia Orchestra under David Parry, together with illustrious bass, Sir John …

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