St Luke's Church
Sun 19 November
CSD Brass

CSD Brass Autumn Concert

CSD Brass (conductor: Christopher Lawrence) returns to St Luke's for another exciting programme of music for brass band, including 'Kenilworth' by Arthur Bliss and the Little Suite No.2 by Malcolm Arnold. Joining CSD for this concert is euphonium soloist Cameron Scott, in the Concerto by Joseph Horovitz.

La Mourisque - T. Susato arr. D. Lancaster
Agnus Dei - W. Byrd arr. D. Jenkins
Little Suite for Brass Band No.2 - Malcolm Arnold
Concerto for Euphonium** - Joseph Horovitz
- Interval -
Orfeo! - D. Lancaster, after C. Monteverdi
California Concerto - Rodney Newton
Kenilworth - Arthur Bliss
Winter Walk - Dan Jenkins
Twm Sion Cati** - Rodney Newton

** Euphonium soloist: Cameron Scott
Cameron was Principal Euphonium in the National Youth Brass Band of GB and Finalist in the BBC Radio 2 Young Brass Award.

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Sun 19 November at 3:00pm


120 minutes


St Luke's Church


£8 (£2 for under 18s)

St Luke’s Church makes an ideal concert venue, with its generous proportions creating an excellent acoustic for music. There is on-site parking with designated disabled spaces and easy access into the Church. For those that don’t know St Luke’s, its tall spire is visible the length of Victoria Road and further afield in the Chesterton area of Cambridge.

St Luke’s is a Victorian building which has been extensively updated. It was built in 1884 to serve the rather rural area of ‘New Chesterton’, which was at that time surrounded by fields, allotments and orchards all the way out to Histon. St Luke’s continued to serve the rapidly developing area as the separate new parish of St Luke’s Chesterton. In 1982 St Luke’s Chesterton joined the neighbouring parish of St Giles’ Cambridge and the Parish of the Ascension was formed.


St Luke's Church
Victoria Rd,
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