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Music at All Saints’

Since our project launched with October Fest in autumn 2021, music lovers can look forward to recitals held on the first Sunday of every month, as well as every Sunday in October and a very special Christmas concert in December.

Freshly-brewed coffee and teas (with complimentary biscuits) are on sale before the Sunday recital from 12:30pm. You are also welcome to stay behind and explore the church. Volunteers are on hand to answer any questions you may have.


The Instrumental Awards for Chamber Music support the most talented chamber musicians from across the University, and this year we present a programme featuring three different ensembles: a Wind Quintet, a Piano Duo and a String Quartet.

Milhaud: La cheminée du roi René
Clarinet: Iona Salter, Oboe: Jessica Ellis, Bassoon: Betty Thompson, Flute: Millie Clark, Horn: Daniel Blaze
Piano duo playing Schubert Fantasie in F minor
Lilly Vadeneaux, Einav Grushka
Haydn Emperor Quartet
Violin: Tamara Redmond, Violin: Priya Berks, Viola: Polly Almond, Cello: Anna Sanderson

Tickets only £6, students £5, and under 16's are free, and you can buy them here.


A recital of works by female composers to celebrate International Women’s Day, with Hannah Watson Emmrich, Piano.

Amy Beach Three pieces, op. 128
Elizabeth Jacquet de la Guerre Prelude, Corrente and Gigue from Harpsichord suite no.3 in A minor
Fanny Mendelssohn No.s 1 & 4 from Four songs for piano, op.8
Vitĕzslava Kaprálová Tempo di marcia funebre from Five piano compositions
Emahoy Tsegue Mariam Guebrou The Homeless Wanderer
Hélène de Montgeroult from Etudes
Margaret Bonds Troubled Water

Tickets only £6, students £5, and under 16's are free, and you can buy them here.

More than music


WOMEN, WILLS AND WINDOWS: Two free talks to mark International Women’s Day

Join us to learn more about some key women in the All Saints’ story.

11.30am Bequests from the Eighteenth and Nineteenth centuries
2pm Memorial Windows from the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries

The church will be open for visitors from 11am to 4pm.


March 10 -24, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays 1 – 5pm

Our third annual art exhibition has been inspired by the elaborately decorated Painted Church, and explores craft and fine art by showcasing a range of artworks that draw inspiration from the traditional craftsmanship and unique interiors of All Saints’. Craft techniques and mediums are reimagined through weaving, quilting, ceramics, printing and painting.

Artists exhibiting: Will Cruickshank, Sophie Giller, Ralph Anderson,Dominic Beattie, Melania Toma, Cecilia Charlton and Imogen Wetherell

Admission free.

Generously supported by The Arts Society Cambridge.

Dates for your diary 2024

May be subject to change. More details to follow

March 3: Cambridge University Instrumental Awards Scheme
March 10: International Women’s Day – Hannah Watson Emmrich, piano
April 7: Eleanor Medcalf , harp; Susan Gritton, soprano
May 5: CUBE – Cambridge University Brass Ensemble
June 2: Oliver Morrell, tenor; Will Sims, piano
July 7: Georgia Morse, cello
August 4: Galliard Trio
September 1: Patrick Hemmerlé, piano
September 21: Opus 1 - Britten Sinfonia

October Fest 2024
October 6:
Mitchison Ensemble
October 13: Rosie Moon, double bass
October 20: Accorde – Andrew Foxley, conductor
October 27: Peter Mallinson, viola

November 3: Richard Scofield, saxophone; Iain Clarke, piano
December 1: Eduard Sanchez, flute; Claudi Arimany, flute
December 14: Granta Chorale – Janet Wheeler, director

There are no toilets at All Saints' but our friends at d'Arry's on King Street (literally three minutes away) have generously offered our visitors use of their facilities. In addition if you choose to eat there you will receive 20% discount on your food bill, if you have a ticket for that day's event. 


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