St Luke's Church
Sun 2 April
CSD Brass

CSD Brass Spring Concert

Tickets for this event are no longer on sale online or at the ADC Box Office. A limited number of tickets will still be available to purchase on the door of the venue.

CSD Brass
presents its latest concert of original works for brass band, including Holst's classic 'A Moorside Suite', and featuring former BBC Young Musician Brass Finalist, Zoë Perkins:

Rodney Newton - A Tallis Fanfare
Malcolm Arnold - Little Suite for Brass Band No.1
Ted Chance - Black is the Colour of my True Love's Hair
Rodney Newton - Concerto for Flugel Horn*
- interval -
Dan Jenkins - Walthamstow Fanfare
Holst - A Moorside Suite
Malcolm Arnold - The Padstow Lifeboat
David Lancaster -

Conductor: Christopher Lawrence
Solo Flugel Horn* & Trumpet**: Zoë Perkins

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120 minutes


St Luke's Church


£8 (Under-18's free)

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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